Does anyone here believe in the paranormal?

  • Joshthegaymer

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    Aug 08, 2016 1:31 AM GMT
    I am just curious because I am interested in reading your answers, regardless of whether you believe in the paranormal or not. I personally have had many paranormal things happen in my life that I can't honestly explain.
  • Nakedman1969

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    Aug 08, 2016 11:11 PM GMT
    Oh I believe in it. In the one house we lived in, in the bedroom I slept in one night I was trying to sleep and the end of my bed where my feet were started to shake, there was no earthquake, no one in my room. Felt like someone had their foot on my bed and shaking it. It only happned once but it did happen.
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    Aug 09, 2016 1:12 AM GMT
    I've seen and felt disembodied energy. I've spoken with children who can describe deceased family they've never met and have held conversations with them.

    There's more out there beyond what we can see. I'm sure of it.
  • Brandon_Dale

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    Aug 09, 2016 1:21 AM GMT
    Well we are tought that energy is not created or destroyed. So where does it go when we die. And where did it come from..
    That's just a thought.
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    Aug 09, 2016 5:32 AM GMT
    Brandon_Dale saidWell we are tought that energy is not created or destroyed. So where does it go when we die. And where did it come from..
    That's just a thought.

    I feel the same way.
    and ur super hot
  • Dynamo_spark

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    Aug 09, 2016 8:09 AM GMT
    In the scriptures, such as the verse in Matthew 27:52. We read that when we die we don't actually die, we fall into a sleep. Our souls and spirits are released, to the place where God has deemed them to go. So what is Paranormal activity then? It is not lost souls, but demonic activity. So the term, 'At night Demons come out to play', or 'The freaks come out', is not an understatement.
  • Fireworkz

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    Aug 10, 2016 6:54 AM GMT
    I've had a few experiences of disembodied energies.
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    Aug 11, 2016 1:31 AM GMT
    The paranormal is a fact, not a term of belief.

    See the books

    Ghosts Caught On Film: Photographs of the Paranormal

    The Paranormal Caught On Film

    There's also Electronic Voice Phenomenon.

    See books in the Journey of Souls grouping. The first two books were by Michael Newton.
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    Aug 11, 2016 7:20 PM GMT
    Fireworkz saidI've had a few experiences of disembodied energies.

    Same here, but only on RealJock.
  • nzfarmboy

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    Aug 11, 2016 11:10 PM GMT
    Coud you clarify paranormal? Is it code for 'Spiritual intervention/awareness', something that could not be explained by logic and reason, the presence or manifestation of the Holy Spirit? Or, are you refering to what some call 'aliens'? If you are referring to the working of the Holy Spirit in ways that cannot be explained by human logic or reason, then yes, it is very real. I have completed a 17 year study on the topic, based on personal and evidence-based experiences, and it is very real. Sadly, throughout history, this aspect of 'being' has been consciously underplayed in religious dogma...for good (although sinister) reason.
  • Joshthegaymer

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    Aug 12, 2016 3:52 AM GMT
    nzfarmboy saidCoud you clarify paranormal? Is it code for 'Spiritual intervention/awareness', something that could not be explained by logic and reason, the presence or manifestation of the Holy Spirit? Or, are you refering to what some call 'aliens'? If you are referring to the working of the Holy Spirit in ways that cannot be explained by human logic or reason, then yes, it is very real. I have completed a 17 year study on the topic, based on personal and evidence-based experiences, and it is very real. Sadly, throughout history, this aspect of 'being' has been consciously underplayed in religious dogma...for good (although sinister) reason.


    What I mean when I say paranormal, I mean stuff like the Holy Spirit as well as things like ghosts/spirits, demons, unexplained creatures (like the Jersey Devil, Sasquatch, etc.), Oujia boards, seances, and anything to conjure ghosts/spirits, and demons. As for aliens, I don't believe in aliens.
  • nzfarmboy

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    Aug 13, 2016 12:49 AM GMT
    Hey Josh...thanks for your response. The short answer is yes, there is a very Real spiritual realm, and we all have the ability to access that realm. However, it comes with great risks, as well as rewards. The risks are that we as psycical being access and use these abilities for our own purpose or enjoyment, i.e. to communicate with souls who have passed over, to look into the future, etc. This is often referred to as 'mixture' and is highly inappropriate. The spiritual aspects of creation is governed by good, as well as very bad forces, and should not be played with like so many tend to do. On the other hand, the rewards associated with our physical ability to have union with the Spiritual realm is that we do have a very real opportunity to be one with God, right here, right now. It is a unity that surpasses basic human understanding, but it should only be used as a tool to guide us in a relationship of total surrender to God the Father... "Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ...." (Ephesians 1:3 NIV)
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    Aug 13, 2016 3:35 AM GMT
    nzfarmboy saidHey Josh...only be used as a tool to guide us in a relationship of total surrender to God the Father... "Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ...." (Ephesians 1:3 NIV)


    nzfarmboy,

    You're providing faulty information when you speak of God the Father and Jesus.

    New Conclusions and Perspectives on Christianity video:
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    Aug 13, 2016 3:42 AM GMT
    There is an existential difference between thought forms that are imaginary and say spirits that did have incarnate bodies.
    There is a difference, say, between fictional characters and non-fictional people; same with fictional entities and nonfictional entities.

    Thoughts forms can be powerful.

    We must be cognizant of the integrity of spiritual beings are they fiction/imagined or nonfiction/evidential.
  • rrazvy

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    Aug 13, 2016 11:54 AM GMT
    JonSpringon saidI've seen and felt disembodied energy. I've spoken with children who can describe deceased family they've never met and have held conversations with them.

    There's more out there beyond what we can see. I'm sure of it.


    Wow. What do you mean by disembodied energy?
  • nzfarmboy

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    Aug 16, 2016 9:25 AM GMT
    [quote][cite]StephenOABC said[/cite]
    nzfarmboy saidHey Josh...only be used as a tool to guide us in a relationship of total surrender to God the Father... "Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ...." (Ephesians 1:3 NIV)


    nzfarmboy,

    You're providing faulty information when you speak of God the Father and Jesus.

    Stephen, believe me, I've been where you are for many years. I have even read, and promoted, the contemporary books you shared... However, through no doing of my own (I'm utterly undeserving) God, through the incarnation of His Son, graced me with His presence during a period where I had lost all faith. Don't give up, keep searching...He choses us, we don't choose Him. Unfortunately, traditional 'religion', and the Word of God, has become nothing but words to the majority of those who seek Him. Our greatest need today is to become, again, believers with the belief of a child...a child who still believes in miracles, who doesn't care for academic, theosophical, or logical arguments and rational thought - God, and the working of Spirit, has no interest in this. God exists all around us, and in the spaces between people. Seek His/Her presence in the quiet moments of life...in Love...in giving...and in sharing, then, and only then can we experience God's 'supernatural' (or 'paranormal' for the purposes of this discussion) presence.
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    Aug 16, 2016 9:53 AM GMT
    Joshthegaymer said
    What I mean when I say paranormal, I mean stuff like the Holy Spirit as well as things like ghosts/spirits, demons, unexplained creatures (like the Jersey Devil, Sasquatch, etc.), Oujia boards, seances, and anything to conjure ghosts/spirits, and demons. As for aliens, I don't believe in aliens.


    That's strange, since of that list aliens are probably the most likely to actually exist. The universe is so vast, much bigger than humans can even comprehend so the chance of there being no other forms of life out there (aliens) are slim to none.

    I do believe there are phenomena that cannot currently be explained by science, but I don't know for sure if they are truly supernatural or just unexplained. After all, if you showed a person from the stone age a computer they would think it was supernatural. I want to believe though.
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    Aug 21, 2016 4:12 PM GMT
    I don't believe. It is fiction
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    Sep 12, 2016 3:01 AM GMT
    I do believe. I have had many experiences with spirit and such. That lead me to do a lot of research. Been very into it for a long time.
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    Sep 14, 2016 4:16 AM GMT
    Count another tally for 'fiction' here.

    Yes, there's lots of things in the universe we don't know about, can't explain (yet), or may never be able to explain (ever)...but the answer then becomes, "We Don't Know". And until we have a way of knowing--a way that is verifiable, and testable, and repeatable--the correct answer is to remain unconvinced, and say "I don't know".