The term “Faraday Cage” refers to what physicist Michael Faraday, invented in 1836. Also known as a “Faraday shield,” Faraday cages do not have to take the form of an actual cage, but rather they can be any sort of enclosure surrounded by or lined by a mesh of conducting material that blocks electrical fields and radio frequencies. Its use in paranormal investigating is largely experimental and theoretical: it works on the idea that electromagnetism is a common principle of our physical universe and the unknown physical universe of the spirit realm, it provides an opportunity to rule out localized E.M.F. pollution as the source of paranormal activity: if activity occurs within the Faraday enclosure, and it cannot be rationally explained by any other devices within, then its origins are potentially paranormal.
The theory that sitters in a séance can effect the occurring phenomena by unknowingly sending their thoughts and expectations of what will happen to the medium. The medium will then create what was expected by the group.
The first “Mothman” reports date from the mid 1960s. Mothman has been sighted many places in Virginia and West Virginia, but the largest number of sightings happened in or near a place known as “the TNT Area” an abandoned ammunition dump dating from World War II that is near Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Continue reading Mothman
In animal totems Native American’s believed that their spirit guide was in the form of an animal and that they could embody the characteristics and strengths of said animal during their life. Examples included: those with the Eagle/Owl possessed keen sight and higher knowledge, the Lion/Panther/Tiger meant strength and courage, Cheetah/Hare meant speed, and Fox meant cunning and wit. Continue reading Animal Totems
Ringing Rocks, also known as Sonorous rocks and Lithophonic rocks, are some of the most interesting, and most unusual, geologic formations to be found in the United States. When struck, the rocks release a tone as they resonate against each other, a tone that is both audible and pleasant to the human ear. Continue reading Ringing Rocks
Karma is the accumulation of the actions and/or deeds from previous lives, either positive or negative. Most people believe that Karma is instantaneous “what goes around, comes around” in this life. Continue reading Karma
Dharma is an Indian term that most people confuse with karma. Dharma is an instant (as in, at some point in this lifetime) payback for the deeds and actions taken during one’s life, either positive or negative. Continue reading Dharma
A Spirit Guide is a helpful being that assists a person along their path in life. Many religious and faith practices call upon these guides during rituals, energy work, or times of trouble. The guides are, more often than not, an animal form or an undefined being of light or shadow. They arrive when they are needed, and depart after the lesson is learned. Continue reading Spirit Guide
A saint is a person of holiness that lived and died serving the Christian god. Usually, the person did not achieve Sainthood during their life; they were canonized after death. Continue reading Saint