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 on: December 21, 2011, 07:52:46 AM 
Started by Eric Extreme - Last post by Mike Lucas
Eric, a nice simple way to show people we all have abilities. Happy Holidays!


 on: December 18, 2011, 10:41:15 AM 
Started by Eric Extreme - Last post by Doug Kelley
Hey Eric,
Nice blog and interesting article!


 on: December 17, 2011, 02:45:57 AM 
Started by Eric Extreme - Last post by Eric Extreme
I started a blog several weeks ago for members of my paranormal investigation group. Today I posted a new blog entitled "Everyone Has a Psychic Ability." It describes the various psychic abilities and reiterates that everyone has a psychic ability even if they haven't realized it yet. You can check it out here A few of the topics I have covered may be of interest to members of Paranexus.

 on: December 09, 2011, 07:21:39 PM 
Started by Grant Rubendunst - Last post by Brian Parsons
Awesome tune. I was never a big Who fan until I met Roger Daltrey in California in the late 1990's. He's a great guy and very down to Earth after all that he's accomplished.

Merry Christmas   police

Happy Holidays!

 on: December 09, 2011, 03:59:49 PM 
Started by Grant Rubendunst - Last post by Grant Rubendunst
Merry Christmas everyone!
This tune is dedicated to all of our collegues and members!


 on: November 25, 2011, 07:58:06 AM 
Started by Grant Rubendunst - Last post by Grant Rubendunst
Interesting article about Europa and it's ocean.

 on: November 20, 2011, 05:01:30 PM 
Started by James Gilberd - Last post by April Roberts
I believe there are malevolent human spirits that claim to be "demons", I have actually come across that kind of situation and in the end, it had no power at all. But, no, I think like the others stated before me, it is religious construct. I have seen no evidence of demons. It is all belief, If you believe in demons, there will, in fact, be demons.

 on: November 18, 2011, 04:59:21 PM 
Started by James Gilberd - Last post by Grant Rubendunst
Nope I don't and its gotten me in trouble for being obtuse about it. I've come to the conclusion that demons can only be conjured in the mind. An individuals culture, mythology, and religious constructs influences their belief systems. Doug and I have discussed this topic many times and often  pondered the role that psychokinesis may play if projected unconsciously by the observer/Believer.

Its just conjecture but what if this energy is the product of internal mental processes such as conflict, turmoil, or trauma ?

My problem with demons and demonologist is the harm they can do by frightening folks. I don't care how many demons they can name and classify, they only hold dominion in a mind that accepts their existence.

 on: November 17, 2011, 04:23:36 PM 
Started by James Gilberd - Last post by James Gilberd
Hi guys - thank you for those great responses. What triggered my post was a recent discussion with a fellow PI in NZ who definitely believes in demons. What I find disturbing is that sometimes, extreme violent behaviour which is most likely attributable to mental illness is being attributed to demonic presences and possession, and I feel strongly that as paranormal investigators, we should keep well clear of those situations - we cannot help, and can only really further the potential for harm by our involvement if we perpetuate the myth that demons are responsible.
Also, (and I think the demonologist portrayed in the Will Storr book is a great example) demonologists have a poor record of faking, manipulating or falsely attributing videos and sound files to substantiate their claims of demonic interference in human lives. They are often very dangerous people, whether they know this or not.

I heard an interview on NZ radio with a vampire & werewolf expert (it coincided with a the previous Twilight film release) and expected him to be a nutter, but he was in fact incredibly intelligent and articulate, and talked in depth about the mytholgical and sociological origins of said creatures, without claiming that they exist in reality (he didn't believe that they do). He is also university professor. One would hope that there are demonologists of similar background and approach.

 on: November 17, 2011, 12:21:00 PM 
Started by James Gilberd - Last post by Eric Extreme
The funny thing is half of the cases I get are claims of "a demon" in the house. Right off the bat some client education is required.

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