Discussion in 'Paranormal' started by TheParser, Dec 7, 2017.
I just don't believe in supernatural things. That is just too far out for me.
I believe in them because they happen to me. I can only give my own opinion of what they mean to me.
'K. But if you're wrong and I go first I'm gonna be standing there at the Pearly Gates when you get there with my arms folded and saying "So, what do you think now?".
At least not in this dimension.
I have just learned about this comment from the novelist Stephen King:
"Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win."
I'm still not convinced! There are no such things as ghosts! When you die, you are dead. End of story for you.
Ever watch that "Ghost Adventures" show. Man, that poor guy Zack has really lost his marbles, and they never see any ghosts either! Where are all the damn ghosts, man?
There is an argument among believers that "unclean spirits" sometimes communicate to humans and pretend to be former loved ones in order to trick them. There is also the belief that humans can invite demonic possession by engaging in communications with such spirits. Allegedly, that is a reason that the bible warns people to have NOTHING to do with such things, including psychics, Ouji boards, fortune tellers, palm readers or "mediums" that allegedly speak to the dead.
Do you believe it's possible that there is more to our existence than meets the eye? Or do you have it on good authority that this is all there is and that, once we physically die, that's it and we don't go to another dimension such as "Heaven" or "Hell"? In other words, we just cease to exist. Is that how it is? And who died, came back and told you this is how it is?
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