I was dreaming about a haunted house, a severely haunted room and dreaming a lucid dream within a dream.
I woke up and then I woke up again but still…
Because They were still there and objects were still flying around the room, suddenly conscious of dimensions shifting.
Then I fell asleep in the sleep and…
At once awakened and still again I dream.
Readers, I ran across an interesting case of a ghost following a family from house to house. They moved several times to evade it, even building their own home from the ground up as a last resort: to no avail. What was it? To learn more, see http://www.riseupparanormal.com/database/batzelhaunting.htm
and a Discovery Paranormal documentary which can be viewed on youTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHSTCsclO5U
This isn’t the first I’ve heard of a haunting following a family. This raises many questions: why is the phenomena attaching to individuals or a family? Are ghosts not tied to places? Or, is it not a ghost but something else? I wondered, so back to google I went. I found this link at The Shadowlands, by Dave Juliano http://theshadowlands.net/ghost/follow.htm
In this post from Ghost City, paranormal investigator Tim Nealon discusses ghosts that follow him home https://ghostcitytours.com/about/tim-nealon/ghosts-follow-me/
What do you think? Feel free to discuss/share…
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“I’m not a conspiracy theorist – I’m a conspiracy analyst” – Gore Vidal
Nope, no conspiracy here…
In logic, a “vacuous truth” is a statement that ascribes a property to an empty set, which is tons of fun at parties and makes for a lively conversation, but otherwise imparts no knowledge. If I say, “No dogs in the room are brown”, whenever no dogs are in the room, the statement is true. Of course, whenever no dogs are in the room, it is equally valid to say, “No dogs in the room aren’t brown”. Thus, you end up able to say, “No dogs in the room are or aren’t brown”. Totally true, and not very helpful. There are more technical definitions in formal logic and pure mathematics, but if you are engaged in either enterprise, you’re probably not allowed access to the internet, or forks really, from your padded cell…
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Hawkinsville State Hospital, Georgia Archives.
Why Hospitals Are Haunted
Ghosts haunt hospitals. Paranormal teams can investigate a lot of shuttered hospitals; however, very few have access to those that are open. Unlike cemeteries where the dead don’t have a strong connection, hospitals across the nation are the perfect locations for residual hauntings.
Prior to 1885, sick people were cared for at home by their family. According to Wendy Cage, author of Paging God: Religion in the Halls of Medicine, early American hospitals “provided lodging for the homeless, the poor, and travelers.” While some cities operated hospitals, a large number were established by religious organizations, specifically Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish organizations. Volunteer chaplains in many of these hospitals visited nearly every patient who died while admitted. Religious beliefs, prayer, and spirituality played a large role in the hospital ministry, even in an unofficial capacity. God and the afterlife may have…
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You might be a ghost and don’t realize it. It will make you think, reread, and think some more.
“I think that humans may have evolved from apes, because the simians openly imitate humans, as if conscious of a higher state, whereas the humans who act like apes are likely to deny it when criticized” – Charles Hoy Fort
I think you may be a ghost. Don’t take it the wrong way. It’s not a reflection on your character. You’re actually quite charming. You’re just not real. Well, maybe you are real, but you certainly aren’t metaphysically necessary, that is, in the purely necessetarian sense that absolute volition is an illusion and that all action is predetermined by external or internal antecedents. An amorphous blob of protoplasm would serve just as nicely. Maybe this implicit denial of free will and devaluation of our presumed special dispensation in the universe offends you? You could fall back on the slightly milder “hard determinism” and admit that the…
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Here is an absolutely wonderful post by fellow blogger Book ‘Em, Jan O encouraging much needed compassion and support to those who are traumatized in some way by paranormal activity.
Ghosts: Some Thoughts About Support For Those Who’ve Seen Ghosts
Rain on the roof, sounds like a melody, brings back a memory, sings to me in harmony.
Rain on the roof, throbbing through my mind, a rhythm of a kind, putting worries far behind.
Rain on the roof, moves like a song to me, enables me to really see, comforts me in a way that will always be.
Rain on the roof, there gently do I hear, a music that can conquer the fear, a regal tune I hold so dear.
* I took the above photo a few days ago when the sun came out and began to melt the ice off the trees. There was a rainbow of glittering, and the sound of “rain” on the roof inspired me to revamp a poem I wrote 25 years ago. DG