This event is coming up very fast. And so is Halloween!
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“Enquête sur le monde invisible” (original French title), a 2002 documentary by French director Jean-Michel Roux
It was so fascinating and entertaining. The video is about exactly what the title says it’s about – an investigation into the invisible world in Iceland. The people in Iceland are much more open-minded than we are in Canada or the US concerning what cannot be seen by the naked eye, but yet exists in some dimension. A huge part of their population believe in elves, fairies, ghosts and cryptozoological beasts. If they believe a rock is being used or inhabited by fairies, the roadway must go around it rather than moving it or disturbing it in any way.
In the middle of the video, this man named Ananda appeared. He is a Fractal Cosmology Researcher. He made an excellent observation on weird stuff we see and how little of our brain that we use. His analogy with radio stations and frequencies was so astute and really resonated with me.
Quote from the above video by Ananda – a Fractal Cosmology Researcher:
Strange phenomena can be explained when we understand that our reality is like one radio station of a plurality of radio stations or frequencies. Our brain registers less than 0.5 degrees or percent of all emanations that are actually out there. So our life is tuned to one radio station.
However sometimes, there is an interference between other radio stations and our radio station, creating strange and anomalous phenomena.
This is part of that head-spinning world of quantum physics, black holes and other strange scientific stuff I am still trying to get a grip on. I just know, somewhere down the road, quantum physics and radio frequencies are going to show people out there that the “invisibles” like ghosts, elves, fairies, crypto beasts and other phenomena actually do exist.
Maybe YOU can’t see them, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t in OUR cosmos. What an amazing world we live in.
I received a phone call today from a woman whose house I had previously cleared of earthbound spirits. She was excited about a video she had. The video depicts lots of spirit orbs flying around in her house. She wanted me to come over to her house to see the video stating “you’re not going to believe what you see”.
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Let me explain how people see, hear or feel spirits. EVERYONE is PSYCHIC. Really, no kidding around. It’s from our caveman days. It’s our intuition, what kept us alive with all the dangers that were out there. We all have the capabilities to experience paranormal activity. But not everyone wants to and with some people they have their 6th sense blocked or closed off from day one. That’s okay.
I have found that very adamant skeptics are usually ones who will not go into a dark basement or a dark area that is supposed to be haunted. Are they scared of the dark? No. They are scared of the unknown. It’s a natural human reaction.
I have tried to get people who said they didn’t believe in ghosts to come with me into some creepy buildings or rooms and for some reason they say “I don’t need to go in there, nothing…
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So, I’m sitting in the living room, listening to dead people singing Christmas songs written by dead people. Not being flippant or negative, but if you stop to think, the majority of Christmas songs are from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and the people who wrote them are dead. Bing Crosby and a lot of other crooners are dead.
Our ancestors sat around a fire and listened to stories and people singing stuff that dead people had written also. Okay, not too sure about my segue way into this.
The Winter Solstice is a time to remember our loved ones who are with us and those who have passed. Those who cannot light the Yule Log, have a bonfire in the backyard, or a fire in the hearth; can light a candle and ask the Universe for an abundant 2016 and for Spring to come sooner than later.
(North America, Central America, Europe, Asia, Northern Africa)
Create your own traditions and rituals with the Winter Solstice. Ones that will help you get through the dark, cold winter and take you away from the commercial Christmas buying and pressure. Start with a candle or a drum and photos of family present and past. Honour your dead with memories and stories. This is the time of year that our relatives who have passed on and crossed over will come and visit and watch us enjoy the holiday celebrations.
Take note that in these celebrations, when you are taking pictures with your cell phone or a camera; to consciously ask your loved ones who have passed, to be in the pictures with everyone. And double check your photos to see if you have a glowing orb or two, or some mist-like stuff in the pics. You might even be lucky enough to get part of a figure or head. (e-mail us the pic if you do-we’d love to put it up on here!!!!)
Help a needy family, donate to a deserving charity, feed some animals in your neighbourhood. And have a wonderful Yule/Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa – everything!
Over the years, we have submitted our investigations to authors that were compiling non-fiction books on haunted places and paranormal investigators. So, we are going to “toot” our own horn and let you know about the books out there that we are in!
Some of our investigations in Edmonton are compiled in Jeff Belanger’s book.
Dorah was so great to interview Paranormal Rona for her book. Felt very privileged to be included.
Good reading to you all!!
Canada might be a “young” country, but we have a plethora of haunted places just waiting to be explored and investigated. I hope this year we’ll have a couple of investigations to add here that will be curious and fascinating.
Bone-Apart says Happy Canada Day to all, along with Dead Danny. You can check out Dead Danny’s adventures here: