‘Ghosts’ spotted in Lanes twitten

The ‘ghosts’ in the twitten

The ‘ghosts’ in the twitten

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by , Chief reporter

Is there something spooky in the picture?

David Ross took the snap in the twitten between Black Lion Street and Ship Street in Brighton’s Lanes.

He sent the picture to ghost story expert Rob Marks, who runs Ghost Walks of the Lanes.

The picture seems to show a ghostly image of a woman and a small child in the alleyway.

Promotions manager Mr Ross said the woman looked like a nun.

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6:30am Wed 3 Sep 14

Mart says...

I haven't seen a ghost, but on a dark stormy night my friends from Kemp Town like to go round and put the willies up one another.
I haven't seen a ghost, but on a dark stormy night my friends from Kemp Town like to go round and put the willies up one another. Mart
  • Score: 69

7:33am Wed 3 Sep 14

the taffster says...

Sounds like tosh to me...all I can see is a member of the public peering round the end corner of the alleyway on a busy night in Brighton town centre.
Sounds like tosh to me...all I can see is a member of the public peering round the end corner of the alleyway on a busy night in Brighton town centre. the taffster
  • Score: 6

7:39am Wed 3 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

Walking home last night I sae a dead ghost child and I am not ashamed to say I was scared and cried ....although in hindsight....it might have been a handkerchief.....


It is all fun and games until you realise Casper is a dead child....



While walking through Lemp Town, a local...community member confided in the guide that he was terrified of Ghosts and dreaded meeting one on the seafront 'tour' or in the Park...
To reassure him, I informed him that in all the years i had worked in the area i had never seen a single Ghost.
"And how long have you worked here?" asked the homosexualist
"Three hundred years."I replied
Walking home last night I sae a dead ghost child and I am not ashamed to say I was scared and cried ....although in hindsight....it might have been a handkerchief..... It is all fun and games until you realise Casper is a dead child.... While walking through Lemp Town, a local...community member confided in the guide that he was terrified of Ghosts and dreaded meeting one on the seafront 'tour' or in the Park... To reassure him, I informed him that in all the years i had worked in the area i had never seen a single Ghost. "And how long have you worked here?" asked the homosexualist "Three hundred years."I replied Valentinian
  • Score: 4

8:13am Wed 3 Sep 14

G Wiley says...

Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no. G Wiley
  • Score: 9

8:26am Wed 3 Sep 14

comanche762 says...

i'd swear i saw ghost dressed as road workers above the fortune of war this morning couldn't believe what i was seeing
i'd swear i saw ghost dressed as road workers above the fortune of war this morning couldn't believe what i was seeing comanche762
  • Score: 27

9:40am Wed 3 Sep 14

Morpheus says...

I've got fairies living at the bottom of my garden but they run off every time I try to take a picture of them.
I've got fairies living at the bottom of my garden but they run off every time I try to take a picture of them. Morpheus
  • Score: 8

10:03am Wed 3 Sep 14

applecore says...

I photographed a UFO actually, and I was going to send it to the Argus. But then I looked closer and realised I was brain dead and it was a seagull.
Now I wish I had because they would probably have published it.
I photographed a UFO actually, and I was going to send it to the Argus. But then I looked closer and realised I was brain dead and it was a seagull. Now I wish I had because they would probably have published it. applecore
  • Score: 10

12:00pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

G Wiley wrote:
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
You are wrong on the first and last part of your post.

1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo.

2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence.

Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World.

The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency.

Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional.

I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no.[/p][/quote]You are wrong on the first and last part of your post. 1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo. 2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence. Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World. The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency. Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional. I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact. maxiboy_
  • Score: 0

12:07pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Duckorange says...

maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
You are wrong on the first and last part of your post.

1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo.

2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence.

Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World.

The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency.

Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional.

I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.
Show me a peer reviewed paper backing up your "facts", or I shall just have to dismiss you as an idiot.
[quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no.[/p][/quote]You are wrong on the first and last part of your post. 1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo. 2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence. Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World. The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency. Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional. I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.[/p][/quote]Show me a peer reviewed paper backing up your "facts", or I shall just have to dismiss you as an idiot. Duckorange
  • Score: 3

12:11pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

Morpheus wrote:
I've got fairies living at the bottom of my garden but they run off every time I try to take a picture of them.
Something makes me think you have a few DVD's of them though.
[quote][p][bold]Morpheus[/bold] wrote: I've got fairies living at the bottom of my garden but they run off every time I try to take a picture of them.[/p][/quote]Something makes me think you have a few DVD's of them though. Valentinian
  • Score: -15

1:12pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Cave Johnson says...

maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
You are wrong on the first and last part of your post.

1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo.

2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence.

Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World.

The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency.

Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional.

I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.
Witness testimony is worthless. You need to see a doctor.
[quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no.[/p][/quote]You are wrong on the first and last part of your post. 1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo. 2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence. Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World. The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency. Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional. I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.[/p][/quote]Witness testimony is worthless. You need to see a doctor. Cave Johnson
  • Score: 4

1:51pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

Cave Johnson wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
You are wrong on the first and last part of your post.

1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo.

2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence.

Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World.

The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency.

Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional.

I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.
Witness testimony is worthless. You need to see a doctor.
You need to understand the nature of reality because it is certainly not what you perceive it to be my friend. You are guided by mainstream science and their paradigm. This boxes in any attempt to think outside of that box.

If you take the time to study (instead of making knee jerk reactions) human civilisation going right back to the Sumerians then you will perhaps start to see the big picture. You cannot just look at this huge subject without understanding our ancient past because they had vast knowledge and understanding of 'Conciousness'.

Suffice it to say that plain ignorance will get you know where and I do not mean that to be an personal insult. You have to study ancient human civilisation and their relationship to death to understand what they were aware of. It is a sad reflection on today's society that we have lost our way on what we really are other than just flesh and blood.
[quote][p][bold]Cave Johnson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no.[/p][/quote]You are wrong on the first and last part of your post. 1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo. 2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence. Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World. The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency. Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional. I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.[/p][/quote]Witness testimony is worthless. You need to see a doctor.[/p][/quote]You need to understand the nature of reality because it is certainly not what you perceive it to be my friend. You are guided by mainstream science and their paradigm. This boxes in any attempt to think outside of that box. If you take the time to study (instead of making knee jerk reactions) human civilisation going right back to the Sumerians then you will perhaps start to see the big picture. You cannot just look at this huge subject without understanding our ancient past because they had vast knowledge and understanding of 'Conciousness'. Suffice it to say that plain ignorance will get you know where and I do not mean that to be an personal insult. You have to study ancient human civilisation and their relationship to death to understand what they were aware of. It is a sad reflection on today's society that we have lost our way on what we really are other than just flesh and blood. maxiboy_
  • Score: -4

1:53pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

Srry about the spelling mistakes on my last reply. An editing function would be good here!
Srry about the spelling mistakes on my last reply. An editing function would be good here! maxiboy_
  • Score: 2

1:54pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Hotbeans says...

maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
You are wrong on the first and last part of your post.

1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo.

2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence.

Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World.

The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency.

Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional.

I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.
Is there foresight with this reincarnation choice? If so, why would a spirit choose to have a body that would die, say, soon after birth, having earned nothing.
[quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no.[/p][/quote]You are wrong on the first and last part of your post. 1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo. 2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence. Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World. The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency. Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional. I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.[/p][/quote]Is there foresight with this reincarnation choice? If so, why would a spirit choose to have a body that would die, say, soon after birth, having earned nothing. Hotbeans
  • Score: -2

1:55pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Hotbeans says...

Hotbeans wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
You are wrong on the first and last part of your post.

1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo.

2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence.

Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World.

The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency.

Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional.

I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.
Is there foresight with this reincarnation choice? If so, why would a spirit choose to have a body that would die, say, soon after birth, having earned nothing.
*learned nothing, I mean
[quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no.[/p][/quote]You are wrong on the first and last part of your post. 1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo. 2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence. Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World. The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency. Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional. I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.[/p][/quote]Is there foresight with this reincarnation choice? If so, why would a spirit choose to have a body that would die, say, soon after birth, having earned nothing.[/p][/quote]*learned nothing, I mean Hotbeans
  • Score: -3

1:58pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Hotbeans says...

maxiboy_ wrote:
Cave Johnson wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
You are wrong on the first and last part of your post.

1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo.

2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence.

Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World.

The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency.

Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional.

I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.
Witness testimony is worthless. You need to see a doctor.
You need to understand the nature of reality because it is certainly not what you perceive it to be my friend. You are guided by mainstream science and their paradigm. This boxes in any attempt to think outside of that box.

If you take the time to study (instead of making knee jerk reactions) human civilisation going right back to the Sumerians then you will perhaps start to see the big picture. You cannot just look at this huge subject without understanding our ancient past because they had vast knowledge and understanding of 'Conciousness'.

Suffice it to say that plain ignorance will get you know where and I do not mean that to be an personal insult. You have to study ancient human civilisation and their relationship to death to understand what they were aware of. It is a sad reflection on today's society that we have lost our way on what we really are other than just flesh and blood.
Were they aware of it though, or were their theories simply primitive superstitious speculations.
[quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cave Johnson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no.[/p][/quote]You are wrong on the first and last part of your post. 1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo. 2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence. Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World. The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency. Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional. I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.[/p][/quote]Witness testimony is worthless. You need to see a doctor.[/p][/quote]You need to understand the nature of reality because it is certainly not what you perceive it to be my friend. You are guided by mainstream science and their paradigm. This boxes in any attempt to think outside of that box. If you take the time to study (instead of making knee jerk reactions) human civilisation going right back to the Sumerians then you will perhaps start to see the big picture. You cannot just look at this huge subject without understanding our ancient past because they had vast knowledge and understanding of 'Conciousness'. Suffice it to say that plain ignorance will get you know where and I do not mean that to be an personal insult. You have to study ancient human civilisation and their relationship to death to understand what they were aware of. It is a sad reflection on today's society that we have lost our way on what we really are other than just flesh and blood.[/p][/quote]Were they aware of it though, or were their theories simply primitive superstitious speculations. Hotbeans
  • Score: -4

2:04pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

Hotbeans wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
Cave Johnson wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
You are wrong on the first and last part of your post.

1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo.

2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence.

Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World.

The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency.

Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional.

I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.
Witness testimony is worthless. You need to see a doctor.
You need to understand the nature of reality because it is certainly not what you perceive it to be my friend. You are guided by mainstream science and their paradigm. This boxes in any attempt to think outside of that box.

If you take the time to study (instead of making knee jerk reactions) human civilisation going right back to the Sumerians then you will perhaps start to see the big picture. You cannot just look at this huge subject without understanding our ancient past because they had vast knowledge and understanding of 'Conciousness'.

Suffice it to say that plain ignorance will get you know where and I do not mean that to be an personal insult. You have to study ancient human civilisation and their relationship to death to understand what they were aware of. It is a sad reflection on today's society that we have lost our way on what we really are other than just flesh and blood.
Were they aware of it though, or were their theories simply primitive superstitious speculations.
They were completely aware.
[quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cave Johnson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no.[/p][/quote]You are wrong on the first and last part of your post. 1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo. 2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence. Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World. The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency. Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional. I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.[/p][/quote]Witness testimony is worthless. You need to see a doctor.[/p][/quote]You need to understand the nature of reality because it is certainly not what you perceive it to be my friend. You are guided by mainstream science and their paradigm. This boxes in any attempt to think outside of that box. If you take the time to study (instead of making knee jerk reactions) human civilisation going right back to the Sumerians then you will perhaps start to see the big picture. You cannot just look at this huge subject without understanding our ancient past because they had vast knowledge and understanding of 'Conciousness'. Suffice it to say that plain ignorance will get you know where and I do not mean that to be an personal insult. You have to study ancient human civilisation and their relationship to death to understand what they were aware of. It is a sad reflection on today's society that we have lost our way on what we really are other than just flesh and blood.[/p][/quote]Were they aware of it though, or were their theories simply primitive superstitious speculations.[/p][/quote]They were completely aware. maxiboy_
  • Score: 0

2:09pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

Anyone who wants to look at just one piece of modern witness testimony just take a look at Eben Alexander who is an American neurosurgeon, which is quite ironic really! He had a NDE and his account of what happened is on the internet for free.

I'm only giving his account as one of thousands of modern witness testimony because perhaps his experience is extraordinary considering his vocation.
Anyone who wants to look at just one piece of modern witness testimony just take a look at Eben Alexander who is an American neurosurgeon, which is quite ironic really! He had a NDE and his account of what happened is on the internet for free. I'm only giving his account as one of thousands of modern witness testimony because perhaps his experience is extraordinary considering his vocation. maxiboy_
  • Score: -3

2:14pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

By the way his account and personal integrity was attacked after his book was published because they tried to debunk him; mainstream academia do this often when their view of the universe is questioned.
By the way his account and personal integrity was attacked after his book was published because they tried to debunk him; mainstream academia do this often when their view of the universe is questioned. maxiboy_
  • Score: -6

2:26pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

Hotbeans wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
You are wrong on the first and last part of your post.

1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo.

2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence.

Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World.

The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency.

Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional.

I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.
Is there foresight with this reincarnation choice? If so, why would a spirit choose to have a body that would die, say, soon after birth, having earned nothing.
Because 'time' as we perceive time does not really exist. We think of time as representing decay but in the higher energy frequencies of the Multiverse there is no decay. The individual spirit is immortal and every Soul stores all of its experiences.

If a Spirit decides a soul incarnation into this lower energy frequency ie the physical part of the Universe, it doesn't make any difference whether it is here for 1 second or 100 years; it simply expands its conciousness depending on what it has decided by free will to experience.
[quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no.[/p][/quote]You are wrong on the first and last part of your post. 1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo. 2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence. Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World. The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency. Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional. I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.[/p][/quote]Is there foresight with this reincarnation choice? If so, why would a spirit choose to have a body that would die, say, soon after birth, having earned nothing.[/p][/quote]Because 'time' as we perceive time does not really exist. We think of time as representing decay but in the higher energy frequencies of the Multiverse there is no decay. The individual spirit is immortal and every Soul stores all of its experiences. If a Spirit decides a soul incarnation into this lower energy frequency ie the physical part of the Universe, it doesn't make any difference whether it is here for 1 second or 100 years; it simply expands its conciousness depending on what it has decided by free will to experience. maxiboy_
  • Score: -1

2:31pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Hotbeans says...

You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are. Hotbeans
  • Score: 3

2:35pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

Every time you sleep your soul leaves your body and re-enters the Spirit World. In essence, it is raising its energy frequency to exist in the alternate reality of another part of the Multiverse. 'Dreams' are not a figment of your imagination but a real experience. You may wake and remember an encounter with a deceased loved one because you really were rejoining them! In terms of 'time' this is why when you awake 8 hours later, you don't feel like that amount of time has passed but feel it was just a few minutes! The time we perceive is relative and Einstein was correct in that assumption.
Every time you sleep your soul leaves your body and re-enters the Spirit World. In essence, it is raising its energy frequency to exist in the alternate reality of another part of the Multiverse. 'Dreams' are not a figment of your imagination but a real experience. You may wake and remember an encounter with a deceased loved one because you really were rejoining them! In terms of 'time' this is why when you awake 8 hours later, you don't feel like that amount of time has passed but feel it was just a few minutes! The time we perceive is relative and Einstein was correct in that assumption. maxiboy_
  • Score: -5

2:37pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

Duckorange wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
You are wrong on the first and last part of your post.

1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo.

2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence.

Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World.

The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency.

Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional.

I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.
Show me a peer reviewed paper backing up your "facts", or I shall just have to dismiss you as an idiot.
How could I ever show you a paper backing the facts when this reality exists outside of the current paradigm mainstream science!? How could anyone prove this unless quantum mechanics or string theory can be reassessed as all part of consciousness!!
[quote][p][bold]Duckorange[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no.[/p][/quote]You are wrong on the first and last part of your post. 1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo. 2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence. Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World. The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency. Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional. I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.[/p][/quote]Show me a peer reviewed paper backing up your "facts", or I shall just have to dismiss you as an idiot.[/p][/quote]How could I ever show you a paper backing the facts when this reality exists outside of the current paradigm mainstream science!? How could anyone prove this unless quantum mechanics or string theory can be reassessed as all part of consciousness!! maxiboy_
  • Score: -8

2:40pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

Hotbeans wrote:
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
If I told you my sources you would NEVER believe me.

"We fear what we do not understand. There is nothing to fear but fear itself."
[quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.[/p][/quote]If I told you my sources you would NEVER believe me. "We fear what we do not understand. There is nothing to fear but fear itself." maxiboy_
  • Score: -5

3:02pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

Hotbeans wrote:
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you.

They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand!
[quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.[/p][/quote]Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you. They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand! maxiboy_
  • Score: -8

3:32pm Wed 3 Sep 14

NathanAdler says...

I don't believe in ghosts but I do believe that the Greens have ruined Brighton !
I don't believe in ghosts but I do believe that the Greens have ruined Brighton ! NathanAdler
  • Score: 5

4:22pm Wed 3 Sep 14

G Wiley says...

maxiboy_ wrote:
Hotbeans wrote:
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you.

They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand!
@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof.

If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge.

I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities.

But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'.

BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?
[quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.[/p][/quote]Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you. They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand![/p][/quote]@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof. If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge. I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities. But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'. BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy? G Wiley
  • Score: 1

4:57pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

G Wiley wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
Hotbeans wrote:
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you.

They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand!
@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof.

If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge.

I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities.

But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'.

BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?
I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals!

I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!).

What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble.

I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research.

Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member.

A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew!
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.[/p][/quote]Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you. They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand![/p][/quote]@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof. If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge. I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities. But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'. BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?[/p][/quote]I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals! I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!). What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble. I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research. Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member. A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew! maxiboy_
  • Score: -1

5:07pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Hotbeans says...

Trouble is there are billions of other people who think THEIR insight into the nature of reality is the correct one. Christianity alone has around 33,000 denominations.
Trouble is there are billions of other people who think THEIR insight into the nature of reality is the correct one. Christianity alone has around 33,000 denominations. Hotbeans
  • Score: 4

5:16pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Hotbeans says...

G Wiley wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
Hotbeans wrote:
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you.

They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand!
@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof.

If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge.

I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities.

But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'.

BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?
I was on my mobile phone and went into Neals Yard a while back - I was asked to stop using my phone as it 'interfered with the homeopathic remedies'. Then when I paid for my items, the same woman handed me a wireless card machine...
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.[/p][/quote]Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you. They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand![/p][/quote]@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof. If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge. I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities. But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'. BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?[/p][/quote]I was on my mobile phone and went into Neals Yard a while back - I was asked to stop using my phone as it 'interfered with the homeopathic remedies'. Then when I paid for my items, the same woman handed me a wireless card machine... Hotbeans
  • Score: 7

6:03pm Wed 3 Sep 14

maxiboy_ says...

Hotbeans wrote:
Trouble is there are billions of other people who think THEIR insight into the nature of reality is the correct one. Christianity alone has around 33,000 denominations.
All man-made religion based upon mostly faith. The real juicy stuff in the bible has been twisted and contorted to serve their control system which is what man-made religion is.

Controlling us all is what people at the top are into. The last thing they want the masses to do is to wake up and realise what the true nature of reality is and what human beings really are.

It really is all about spirituality and it is no coincidence that westerners have become more and more immersed in material things because this cuts them off from their origin.

The creationists are completely wrong and the Darwinian theory is not complete either. Modern man never entirely descended from earlier primates.
[quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: Trouble is there are billions of other people who think THEIR insight into the nature of reality is the correct one. Christianity alone has around 33,000 denominations.[/p][/quote]All man-made religion based upon mostly faith. The real juicy stuff in the bible has been twisted and contorted to serve their control system which is what man-made religion is. Controlling us all is what people at the top are into. The last thing they want the masses to do is to wake up and realise what the true nature of reality is and what human beings really are. It really is all about spirituality and it is no coincidence that westerners have become more and more immersed in material things because this cuts them off from their origin. The creationists are completely wrong and the Darwinian theory is not complete either. Modern man never entirely descended from earlier primates. maxiboy_
  • Score: 0

6:46pm Wed 3 Sep 14

G Wiley says...

@maxiboy_ - just had a search on spiritualism - I can see why you resist talking about it - IMHO utter quackery.

I was invited to attend one of the sessions by a friend, but it turned out they had already been 'converted' and had chosen to believe the spiritualism story and wasn't even willing to accept that what was being said was wrong. - stating that we don't know everything and the spiritualists could well be correct!

As an example, my friend had taken some photos that showed white circular 'blobs' - she had been told by her spiritualist 'friend' that these ghosts of the departed re-appearing in our universe and if you squinted at the 'blobs' you could see their faces.

Turns out that these 'blobs' are just out-of-focus dust particles captured by the flash on a digital camera - but my friend was still convinced that the 'ghost' story 'could' be true.

The information on my friend's past that the psychic identified had had turned out to be such general topics (i.e. cold reading).

So yes - I would love to come to a spiritualist reading - I offered to go with my friend - just so that I could debunk these well meaning, but confused, people.
@maxiboy_ - just had a search on spiritualism - I can see why you resist talking about it - IMHO utter quackery. I was invited to attend one of the sessions by a friend, but it turned out they had already been 'converted' and had chosen to believe the spiritualism story and wasn't even willing to accept that what was being said was wrong. - stating that we don't know everything and the spiritualists could well be correct! As an example, my friend had taken some photos that showed white circular 'blobs' - she had been told by her spiritualist 'friend' that these ghosts of the departed re-appearing in our universe and if you squinted at the 'blobs' you could see their faces. Turns out that these 'blobs' are just out-of-focus dust particles captured by the flash on a digital camera - but my friend was still convinced that the 'ghost' story 'could' be true. The information on my friend's past that the psychic identified had had turned out to be such general topics (i.e. cold reading). So yes - I would love to come to a spiritualist reading - I offered to go with my friend - just so that I could debunk these well meaning, but confused, people. G Wiley
  • Score: 2

6:51pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Telscombe Cliffy says...

maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
Hotbeans wrote:
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you.

They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand!
@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof.

If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge.

I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities.

But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'.

BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?
I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals!

I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!).

What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble.

I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research.

Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member.

A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew!
Well I must disagree with you there. My wife died of cancer 14 years ago and we were really close. We agreed before she died that if there was an afterlife etc she would contact me in a special way only we two knew to let me know. Not a dickie bird, no signs , weird happenings or messages of any kind, nothing since. I concluded, once you're gone you're gone. No going back.
[quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.[/p][/quote]Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you. They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand![/p][/quote]@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof. If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge. I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities. But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'. BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?[/p][/quote]I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals! I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!). What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble. I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research. Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member. A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew![/p][/quote]Well I must disagree with you there. My wife died of cancer 14 years ago and we were really close. We agreed before she died that if there was an afterlife etc she would contact me in a special way only we two knew to let me know. Not a dickie bird, no signs , weird happenings or messages of any kind, nothing since. I concluded, once you're gone you're gone. No going back. Telscombe Cliffy
  • Score: 3

8:36pm Wed 3 Sep 14

G Wiley says...

@maxiboy_ - just read your statement 'multiverse is fact' - go on the prove it - prove that we are multi-dimensional beings.

The great thing about spiritualists is the way they jump on to the latest scientific terms and then claim it is proof of their beliefs.

Didn't they jump onto photography, electricity, electronics, radiation? Now it's multiverse and quantum are ways of contacting the dead. I bet you even have mobile phones and iPads being able to communicate wit the dead.

Truth is, you have to be extremely gullible to be a spiritualist - ideally with little knowledge or understanding of science - in fact contrary to your earlier claim - I think you'd be an ideal person to join the green party!
@maxiboy_ - just read your statement 'multiverse is fact' - go on the prove it - prove that we are multi-dimensional beings. The great thing about spiritualists is the way they jump on to the latest scientific terms and then claim it is proof of their beliefs. Didn't they jump onto photography, electricity, electronics, radiation? Now it's multiverse and quantum are ways of contacting the dead. I bet you even have mobile phones and iPads being able to communicate wit the dead. Truth is, you have to be extremely gullible to be a spiritualist - ideally with little knowledge or understanding of science - in fact contrary to your earlier claim - I think you'd be an ideal person to join the green party! G Wiley
  • Score: 0

9:33pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Nikski says...

maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
Hotbeans wrote:
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you.

They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand!
@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof.

If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge.

I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities.

But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'.

BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?
I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals!

I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!).

What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble.

I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research.

Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member.

A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew!
You like to watch action movies and play golf....jeez you lead an exciting life!
[quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.[/p][/quote]Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you. They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand![/p][/quote]@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof. If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge. I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities. But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'. BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?[/p][/quote]I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals! I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!). What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble. I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research. Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member. A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew![/p][/quote]You like to watch action movies and play golf....jeez you lead an exciting life! Nikski
  • Score: 1

9:35pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Nikski says...

I woke up last night and saw the ghost of Gloria Gaynor.........at first I was afraid then I was petrified
I woke up last night and saw the ghost of Gloria Gaynor.........at first I was afraid then I was petrified Nikski
  • Score: 7

9:58pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Fairfax Aches says...

Valentinian wrote:
Walking home last night I sae a dead ghost child and I am not ashamed to say I was scared and cried ....although in hindsight....it might have been a handkerchief.....


It is all fun and games until you realise Casper is a dead child....



While walking through Lemp Town, a local...community member confided in the guide that he was terrified of Ghosts and dreaded meeting one on the seafront 'tour' or in the Park...
To reassure him, I informed him that in all the years i had worked in the area i had never seen a single Ghost.
"And how long have you worked here?" asked the homosexualist
"Three hundred years."I replied
I liek the cut of your gib. More comments of your wit please, across miscellaneous topics.
[quote][p][bold]Valentinian[/bold] wrote: Walking home last night I sae a dead ghost child and I am not ashamed to say I was scared and cried ....although in hindsight....it might have been a handkerchief..... It is all fun and games until you realise Casper is a dead child.... While walking through Lemp Town, a local...community member confided in the guide that he was terrified of Ghosts and dreaded meeting one on the seafront 'tour' or in the Park... To reassure him, I informed him that in all the years i had worked in the area i had never seen a single Ghost. "And how long have you worked here?" asked the homosexualist "Three hundred years."I replied[/p][/quote]I liek the cut of your gib. More comments of your wit please, across miscellaneous topics. Fairfax Aches
  • Score: -6

5:18am Thu 4 Sep 14

allykatz says...

maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
Hotbeans wrote:
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you.

They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand!
@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof.

If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge.

I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities.

But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'.

BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?
I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals!

I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!).

What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble.

I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research.

Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member.

A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew!
Nice to see someone who understands much of this side of life. And a shame to see how many are so ready to mock, I wonder if you had mentioned the bible and god how many would mock. The fact is people are pre conditioned to accept the religious faiths, before they would accept the so called heebie geebies of more spiritual existence for which there is a mountain more proof to be something that exists. Thank you for imparting your knowledge on the matter.
[quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.[/p][/quote]Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you. They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand![/p][/quote]@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof. If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge. I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities. But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'. BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?[/p][/quote]I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals! I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!). What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble. I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research. Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member. A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew![/p][/quote]Nice to see someone who understands much of this side of life. And a shame to see how many are so ready to mock, I wonder if you had mentioned the bible and god how many would mock. The fact is people are pre conditioned to accept the religious faiths, before they would accept the so called heebie geebies of more spiritual existence for which there is a mountain more proof to be something that exists. Thank you for imparting your knowledge on the matter. allykatz
  • Score: 0

7:48am Thu 4 Sep 14

hoveguyactually says...

Why should the sight of a woman with a child be assumed to be of ghosts? Did they suddenly disappear when he took the picture? What time of day or night was it taken? Maybe the woman, who looked like a nun, was a woman in a black hijab. Great publicity for the Ghost Walks of Brighton though.
Why should the sight of a woman with a child be assumed to be of ghosts? Did they suddenly disappear when he took the picture? What time of day or night was it taken? Maybe the woman, who looked like a nun, was a woman in a black hijab. Great publicity for the Ghost Walks of Brighton though. hoveguyactually
  • Score: 0

11:43am Thu 4 Sep 14

Lady Smith says...

the taffster wrote:
Sounds like tosh to me...all I can see is a member of the public peering round the end corner of the alleyway on a busy night in Brighton town centre.
That won't stop Rob Marks including it in his preposterous tours...
[quote][p][bold]the taffster[/bold] wrote: Sounds like tosh to me...all I can see is a member of the public peering round the end corner of the alleyway on a busy night in Brighton town centre.[/p][/quote]That won't stop Rob Marks including it in his preposterous tours... Lady Smith
  • Score: 0

11:45am Thu 4 Sep 14

G Wiley says...

allykatz wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
Hotbeans wrote:
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you.

They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand!
@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof.

If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge.

I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities.

But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'.

BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?
I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals!

I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!).

What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble.

I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research.

Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member.

A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew!
Nice to see someone who understands much of this side of life. And a shame to see how many are so ready to mock, I wonder if you had mentioned the bible and god how many would mock. The fact is people are pre conditioned to accept the religious faiths, before they would accept the so called heebie geebies of more spiritual existence for which there is a mountain more proof to be something that exists. Thank you for imparting your knowledge on the matter.
@allykatz - this is nothing to do bibles or god. That is all part of faith and beliefs and is up to the individual.

If someone had produced a photo saying that it was of an angel or of Jesus then we would ask for proof - scientific proof. If it turns out that whoever interpreted the picture was mistaken, or there is another more normal explanation, or indeed if it was fakery (remember Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the fairy photos), then I would have every right to dismiss the validity of the photo.

If you are happy to believe in something without any scientific proof, then that is up to you - but please don't try and pass your beliefs off as truth to others unless you can actually prove them.
[quote][p][bold]allykatz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.[/p][/quote]Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you. They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand![/p][/quote]@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof. If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge. I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities. But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'. BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?[/p][/quote]I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals! I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!). What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble. I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research. Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member. A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew![/p][/quote]Nice to see someone who understands much of this side of life. And a shame to see how many are so ready to mock, I wonder if you had mentioned the bible and god how many would mock. The fact is people are pre conditioned to accept the religious faiths, before they would accept the so called heebie geebies of more spiritual existence for which there is a mountain more proof to be something that exists. Thank you for imparting your knowledge on the matter.[/p][/quote]@allykatz - this is nothing to do bibles or god. That is all part of faith and beliefs and is up to the individual. If someone had produced a photo saying that it was of an angel or of Jesus then we would ask for proof - scientific proof. If it turns out that whoever interpreted the picture was mistaken, or there is another more normal explanation, or indeed if it was fakery (remember Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the fairy photos), then I would have every right to dismiss the validity of the photo. If you are happy to believe in something without any scientific proof, then that is up to you - but please don't try and pass your beliefs off as truth to others unless you can actually prove them. G Wiley
  • Score: 1

12:32pm Thu 4 Sep 14

Cave Johnson says...

maxiboy_ wrote:
Cave Johnson wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
Is there something ghostly in the picture - no.

Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no.

Do ghosts exist - no.
You are wrong on the first and last part of your post.

1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo.

2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence.

Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World.

The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency.

Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional.

I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.
Witness testimony is worthless. You need to see a doctor.
You need to understand the nature of reality because it is certainly not what you perceive it to be my friend. You are guided by mainstream science and their paradigm. This boxes in any attempt to think outside of that box.

If you take the time to study (instead of making knee jerk reactions) human civilisation going right back to the Sumerians then you will perhaps start to see the big picture. You cannot just look at this huge subject without understanding our ancient past because they had vast knowledge and understanding of 'Conciousness'.

Suffice it to say that plain ignorance will get you know where and I do not mean that to be an personal insult. You have to study ancient human civilisation and their relationship to death to understand what they were aware of. It is a sad reflection on today's society that we have lost our way on what we really are other than just flesh and blood.
There is no 'mainstream'science. Just science. You sound like a nut from Ancient Aliens.
[quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cave Johnson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: Is there something ghostly in the picture - no. Have I ever taken a picture of a ghost - no. Do ghosts exist - no.[/p][/quote]You are wrong on the first and last part of your post. 1. There is indeed an apparition in that photo. 2. Ghosts do indeed exist and limitless numbers of witness testimony over a century or so is overwhelming evidence. Notwithstanding the fact that the human body contains a unique energy which is the soul ie the mind and the sum of all experience in this lifetime. Each and every one of us reincarnates as many times as we decide when in the Spirit World. The Spirit World is simply a part of the Multiverse where the Universe is in fact made up of different dimensions or vibrational frequencies. In the Spirit World, our energy vibrates at a much higher frequency. Mainstream science is now quite happy with the Multiverse model of the universe but it will take time before they come around to the fact that humans (and other living organisms) are multidimensional. I'm not preaching here, just take this information with a pinch of salt if you will or follow it up. Trust me, it is a fact.[/p][/quote]Witness testimony is worthless. You need to see a doctor.[/p][/quote]You need to understand the nature of reality because it is certainly not what you perceive it to be my friend. You are guided by mainstream science and their paradigm. This boxes in any attempt to think outside of that box. If you take the time to study (instead of making knee jerk reactions) human civilisation going right back to the Sumerians then you will perhaps start to see the big picture. You cannot just look at this huge subject without understanding our ancient past because they had vast knowledge and understanding of 'Conciousness'. Suffice it to say that plain ignorance will get you know where and I do not mean that to be an personal insult. You have to study ancient human civilisation and their relationship to death to understand what they were aware of. It is a sad reflection on today's society that we have lost our way on what we really are other than just flesh and blood.[/p][/quote]There is no 'mainstream'science. Just science. You sound like a nut from Ancient Aliens. Cave Johnson
  • Score: 1

12:38pm Thu 4 Sep 14

allykatz says...

G Wiley wrote:
allykatz wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
Hotbeans wrote:
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you.

They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand!
@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof.

If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge.

I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities.

But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'.

BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?
I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals!

I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!).

What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble.

I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research.

Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member.

A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew!
Nice to see someone who understands much of this side of life. And a shame to see how many are so ready to mock, I wonder if you had mentioned the bible and god how many would mock. The fact is people are pre conditioned to accept the religious faiths, before they would accept the so called heebie geebies of more spiritual existence for which there is a mountain more proof to be something that exists. Thank you for imparting your knowledge on the matter.
@allykatz - this is nothing to do bibles or god. That is all part of faith and beliefs and is up to the individual.

If someone had produced a photo saying that it was of an angel or of Jesus then we would ask for proof - scientific proof. If it turns out that whoever interpreted the picture was mistaken, or there is another more normal explanation, or indeed if it was fakery (remember Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the fairy photos), then I would have every right to dismiss the validity of the photo.

If you are happy to believe in something without any scientific proof, then that is up to you - but please don't try and pass your beliefs off as truth to others unless you can actually prove them.
Would it help to know I own the original photo of the solway firth spaceman and the letter from Kodak stating scientifically there is no fakery ? There have been countless TV programmes on the photo and yet no explanation. There is never enough proof on this sort if matter.

However I wasn't referring to the photo which looks a little non entity if you want my opinion. As for imparting my beliefs I didn't think I was. What I was stating was that people are pre conditioned to mock any other beliefs other than a set religion ie one with many followers. I would never presume to offer my beliefs up, but what the previous poster was saying is that ghosts do exist. And from my experiences they most certain do.
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]allykatz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.[/p][/quote]Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you. They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand![/p][/quote]@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof. If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge. I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities. But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'. BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?[/p][/quote]I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals! I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!). What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble. I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research. Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member. A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew![/p][/quote]Nice to see someone who understands much of this side of life. And a shame to see how many are so ready to mock, I wonder if you had mentioned the bible and god how many would mock. The fact is people are pre conditioned to accept the religious faiths, before they would accept the so called heebie geebies of more spiritual existence for which there is a mountain more proof to be something that exists. Thank you for imparting your knowledge on the matter.[/p][/quote]@allykatz - this is nothing to do bibles or god. That is all part of faith and beliefs and is up to the individual. If someone had produced a photo saying that it was of an angel or of Jesus then we would ask for proof - scientific proof. If it turns out that whoever interpreted the picture was mistaken, or there is another more normal explanation, or indeed if it was fakery (remember Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the fairy photos), then I would have every right to dismiss the validity of the photo. If you are happy to believe in something without any scientific proof, then that is up to you - but please don't try and pass your beliefs off as truth to others unless you can actually prove them.[/p][/quote]Would it help to know I own the original photo of the solway firth spaceman and the letter from Kodak stating scientifically there is no fakery ? There have been countless TV programmes on the photo and yet no explanation. There is never enough proof on this sort if matter. However I wasn't referring to the photo which looks a little non entity if you want my opinion. As for imparting my beliefs I didn't think I was. What I was stating was that people are pre conditioned to mock any other beliefs other than a set religion ie one with many followers. I would never presume to offer my beliefs up, but what the previous poster was saying is that ghosts do exist. And from my experiences they most certain do. allykatz
  • Score: -1

3:19pm Thu 4 Sep 14

G Wiley says...

allykatz wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
allykatz wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
maxiboy_ wrote:
Hotbeans wrote:
You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.
Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you.

They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand!
@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof.

If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge.

I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities.

But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'.

BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?
I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals!

I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!).

What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble.

I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research.

Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member.

A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew!
Nice to see someone who understands much of this side of life. And a shame to see how many are so ready to mock, I wonder if you had mentioned the bible and god how many would mock. The fact is people are pre conditioned to accept the religious faiths, before they would accept the so called heebie geebies of more spiritual existence for which there is a mountain more proof to be something that exists. Thank you for imparting your knowledge on the matter.
@allykatz - this is nothing to do bibles or god. That is all part of faith and beliefs and is up to the individual.

If someone had produced a photo saying that it was of an angel or of Jesus then we would ask for proof - scientific proof. If it turns out that whoever interpreted the picture was mistaken, or there is another more normal explanation, or indeed if it was fakery (remember Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the fairy photos), then I would have every right to dismiss the validity of the photo.

If you are happy to believe in something without any scientific proof, then that is up to you - but please don't try and pass your beliefs off as truth to others unless you can actually prove them.
Would it help to know I own the original photo of the solway firth spaceman and the letter from Kodak stating scientifically there is no fakery ? There have been countless TV programmes on the photo and yet no explanation. There is never enough proof on this sort if matter.

However I wasn't referring to the photo which looks a little non entity if you want my opinion. As for imparting my beliefs I didn't think I was. What I was stating was that people are pre conditioned to mock any other beliefs other than a set religion ie one with many followers. I would never presume to offer my beliefs up, but what the previous poster was saying is that ghosts do exist. And from my experiences they most certain do.
@allykatz - No it doesn't help!

You say that you 'own the original photo of the solway firth spaceman and the letter from Kodak stating scientifically there is no faker- you have a copy' from 50 years ago.

Have you seen 'The Solway Firth spaceman-SOLVED!!!!!
!' or the BBC new item form May 2014, where it appears the 'spaceman' is just the back of the photographers wife. It is no 'fake' - just misinterpretation of what the photo shows.

You just WANT to see a fuzzy spaceman to justify your beliefs - just like you WANT to see a ghost in The Lanes. I bet you also believe the earth is flat, man never landed on the moon, and Elvis is still alive and well and living in a trailer park in Texas.
[quote][p][bold]allykatz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]allykatz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]maxiboy_[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hotbeans[/bold] wrote: You seem to have adopted this viewpoint as your personal faith so good luck with it, I wonder what your sources are and how verifiable they are.[/p][/quote]Not faith, but with my own physical eyes, ears and smell. Of course I don't need these as proof but those who reside in other parts of the Muiltiverse can enter this reality by lowering their energy frequency; they can manifest in any form but of course they want to show you they were human (if they were last time around). Most won't do this in case they scare you because most of the time they cannot manifest into a perfect physical human form and so look distorted and contorted which will cause fear to you. They will only ever do this if you are ready. To be ready is to understand![/p][/quote]@maxiboy_ - I am always ready to understand anything - as long as whoever states it can provide proof and the claims are open to scientific validation - just defending your claims based upon your belief that I 'do not understand' or I am 'scared' is no proof. If you are so sure then I suggest you contact James Randi and go after the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge. I can then guarantee you can then join the list of psychics, dowsers, clairvoyants, homoeopath, healers, telepathists, chiropractors, mind readers, magicians and other geniuses who have failed to pass even the preliminary tests to prove they have paranormal, pseudo-scientific or supernatural capabilities. But of course, 'believers' such as yourself do not need proof as you are 'believers'. BTW - did you know that Doctor (of English) Caroline Lucas firmly believes in the power of homoeopathy?[/p][/quote]I am not a 'greeny' nor am I a wishy washy liberal nor a 'new age' airy fairy luvvy duvvy! :) I do not have frizzy, dirty hair nor wear dungarees and sandals! I am a person you wouldn't look at twice in the street because I wear ordinary clothes and work in a normal job. I like to watch action movies, play golf, go to the pub etc. (though I never speak about this subject matter at pub - EVER!). What I do know is what I have experienced and the fact that I have been lucky to gain insight into the true nature of reality rather than the stale and sterile world that academia, man-made religion and other control mechanisms that are in place to keep human beings in a bubble. I cannot change how other people perceive the true nature of reality other than to say just pause, stand back and re-examine what you have been told since your childhood. Do read up about this subject and don't make off the cuff comments without doing the research. Here is a simple experiment you can try. Go and visit a spiritual medium or a Spiritualist Church and go with an open but CRITICAL mind; do be sceptical because that is healthy. Don't tell them anything about yourself except your name. You might need a few visits but be prepared for an amazing experience because if someone on the other side of life wants to contact you (through a medium) they will - especially if you have a deceased family member. A little piece of the jigsaw will come through via some information you know that ONLY YOU knew![/p][/quote]Nice to see someone who understands much of this side of life. And a shame to see how many are so ready to mock, I wonder if you had mentioned the bible and god how many would mock. The fact is people are pre conditioned to accept the religious faiths, before they would accept the so called heebie geebies of more spiritual existence for which there is a mountain more proof to be something that exists. Thank you for imparting your knowledge on the matter.[/p][/quote]@allykatz - this is nothing to do bibles or god. That is all part of faith and beliefs and is up to the individual. If someone had produced a photo saying that it was of an angel or of Jesus then we would ask for proof - scientific proof. If it turns out that whoever interpreted the picture was mistaken, or there is another more normal explanation, or indeed if it was fakery (remember Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the fairy photos), then I would have every right to dismiss the validity of the photo. If you are happy to believe in something without any scientific proof, then that is up to you - but please don't try and pass your beliefs off as truth to others unless you can actually prove them.[/p][/quote]Would it help to know I own the original photo of the solway firth spaceman and the letter from Kodak stating scientifically there is no fakery ? There have been countless TV programmes on the photo and yet no explanation. There is never enough proof on this sort if matter. However I wasn't referring to the photo which looks a little non entity if you want my opinion. As for imparting my beliefs I didn't think I was. What I was stating was that people are pre conditioned to mock any other beliefs other than a set religion ie one with many followers. I would never presume to offer my beliefs up, but what the previous poster was saying is that ghosts do exist. And from my experiences they most certain do.[/p][/quote]@allykatz - No it doesn't help! You say that you 'own the original photo of the solway firth spaceman and the letter from Kodak stating scientifically there is no faker- you have a copy' from 50 years ago. Have you seen 'The Solway Firth spaceman-SOLVED!!!!! !' or the BBC new item form May 2014, where it appears the 'spaceman' is just the back of the photographers wife. It is no 'fake' - just misinterpretation of what the photo shows. You just WANT to see a fuzzy spaceman to justify your beliefs - just like you WANT to see a ghost in The Lanes. I bet you also believe the earth is flat, man never landed on the moon, and Elvis is still alive and well and living in a trailer park in Texas. G Wiley
  • Score: 1
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