On a personal note, I am neither opposed to the paranormal, or to religion for that matter, and think both are interesting human constructs within their own particular historical and cultural contexts. However, I am a staunch supporter of objective science as a means for discovering and developing genuine knowledge. It is objective science that must prove the paranormal to be real – not idealism or personal opinion.
I received today, an unexpected email from the UK entitled ‘Help with an Exorcism’. As this email contains private information from ‘D’, I will not
Research & Translation by Adrian Chan-Wyles (PhD) The Western paranormal and conspiracy theory communities are awash with tales of ‘out of place artefacts’, and government
The speed of this event probably excludes water evaporation, or even the highly unlikely event that the water was deliberately drained by people unknown, for purposes unknown.
Whereas the Western narratives end to focus on an imagined ‘paranormal’ reason for her death, the Chinese narratives focus on the unjust nature of her death, and the apparent failure of the Western police (and other authorities) to pursue the matter properly.
Although there is every form of evidence for the existence of the physical world (with regard to it being ‘sensed’), there is no similar evidence to ‘prove’ in the material sense that religion ‘exists’ either on this plane, or any other.