What’s Paranormal and What’s Normal?

Creativity comes in many forms. We are all creative in one form or another. Some people are natural poets, musicians, writers, dancers or artists and driven by their innate abilities to create works of art that enhance society or culture.  We are entertained by people gifted in the art of film making and storytelling in the cinema and television. Are we so overwhelmed by the outpouring of the creative arts that we are in danger of becoming blase to their gifts? Are we to be merely entertained by the arts, or can they be instrumental in educating and informing us of uncomfortable truths as well?

Creativity can come in the most unexpected and surprising forms.  I mention this because I want to offer an example for our subscribers, clients and contributors to consider.  Below is a very short film clip made by a very creative filmmaker. This came as a shock and surprise to me because I had no idea just how creative this person is.

His creativity is not for entertainment, but to inform. The clip below was created without any input or creative idea or instruction from anyone else. It wasn’t expected or invited but was created on the impulse and initiative of its creator. His motivation for producing the clip is to make a contribution to inform and educate on a topic that, for some, is taboo. There are those who see films about the paranormal as amusing or entertaining. But for those who have been adversely affected in their health and well-being by something that could be described as paranormal would agree with me that it is far from entertaining.

My research demonstrates that such events are not paranormal at all. In fact, they are surprisingly common and, in that sense, quite normal.  My colleagues and I deal with such events every single day in order to help people who need relief and protection from the paranormal and we need creative ways to inform an otherwise uninformed audience.

There are those who would be critical of the short film clip below because it addresses the paranormal in ways that some may not agree with. I beg to differ and I offer this film clip as an example of spontaneous creativity that can inform and educate. What say you?

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SPR Lecture 2018

My lecture on Telepathic Hypnosis, delivered to the Society for Psychical Research in June 2018. This lecture gives the historical background on the scientific validity of using hypnosis with telepathy that inspired the remote viewing program of the United States Department of Defense. In this lecture I cite three case studies that demonstrate the potential of this treatment method for healing serious mental disorders such as psychosis and dissociative disorders.

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Hospital Earthbounds

Here is a recording of my presentation on earthbound spirits in hospitals that I presented to the Society for Psychical Research annual conference in Newcastle in September 2018.


 

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Ingo Swann in 2006

For serious students and researchers of parapsychology and the science of consciousness, this video is essential viewing. It is long, so not for entertainment.


 


 

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Hospital Earthbound Spirits Released

Here is a video recording taken over the course of a two-day training program where spirit release trainees were instrumental in releasing earthbound spirits from a local hospital in the UK. The course was attended by an anthropologist and a doctor of medicine. It is suggested that a soul rescue group ought to be a part of the staff infrastructure of every hospital where people die and remain trapped on the Earth plane.


 


 

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Shane Gadd Talks about Sympathetic Resonance and Vulnerability

Shane Gadd is an experienced medium with a wealth of knowledge about connecting with the spirit realms. This video explores several concepts that would interest the spirit release practitioner, developing mediums and anyone experiencing psychic attack. This is the kind of topic that demands feedback and comments.



 

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