reply to post by warza
I'm new to this, but I also am not afraid of ghosts, demons and such.
I used to live across from a gigantic cemetary, and I actively tried to search for ghosts by visiting there at night, but never had any luck.
I do believe that ghosts do exist, though, and that non-material objects are possible, memory, thought, dreams, etc, are examples of the
"non-material." Subatomic particles are said to be "ghostly" when broken down to their smallest component, "there but not really there," and
when shot through one hole, come out through a hole they weren't supposed to come out of, (Uncertainty Theory?) Weird!
I believe that people create ghosts, demons, etc., because they so strongly want to believe they exist. I believe that people are able to literally,
and physically will them into existence, projecting them onto reality, manifesting them as actual entities.
Otherwise, ghosts do not exist per se. As least to me.
I worked in a mental hospital and saw some incredible things. I saw a little old 90 lb. woman gain superhuman strength, ripping a heavy water fountain
off a wall and throwing it across a tall room, hitting the top of a 10 -12 ft "unbreakable" plexiglass window, and breaking it! She then picked up &
threw heavy, heavy furniture across the same room, and throwing big men, 6 ft+ around like rag dolls. I used to bench press 500 lbs then. It took
about 10 of us to finally restrain her. There were other similiar occurences. I can see why people believed that demons and spirits existed and
possessed people. There was no other way to explain, "a psychotic episode," and the superstrength and delusions that accompanied mental illness. She
and others with schizophrenia, really do believe that the devil or others are out to harm them, and so they respond, and sometimes with so much fear
and desparation that they become superhuman trying to defend themselves.
I get the feeling that we as human beings do not realize how much strength or brain power we actually have. To be able to call up that energy at will,
damn. Thanks for your thread.