if you find yourself kicking around NY State, here is the latest list of haunted houses you might want to take a look at.
In my opinion, booze is not a good idea. This is what gets Ouija board users in trouble. It only makes people disrespectful of the living and the dead. Plus the impairment of the senses will distort any paranormal phenomena experience. How would you know if you made contact or hallucinated?
Former President Jimmy Carter has left his church because he believes in equality. For any white male to take a stand for women’s rights, this is huge. I applaud anyone who stands up for their beliefs, especially against huge opposition. In the wake of the HBO released documentary on Scientology,interviewing leaders that left that church, I hope this becomes a trend.
I left organized religion at age 15, after being badgered into participating in one last rite solely to please my family. It pains me to see intelligent people push agendas because they blindly accept the claim that God is behind their actions. And they hold the Bible up every time.
Use your “God given” free will and stand up for you own beliefs instead of following the herd.
Here’s the article President Carter wrote:
Do you think the spirit of the person buried for so long is disturbed now? I’ve heard stories of cemeteries being moved, or relocated for new construction becoming paranormally active and wondered how long someone needs to be interred before they are no longer offended by physical disturbance. Reports of energy attached to objects that create chaos, even illness, for the person who claimed possession of them are spooky. I think of this every time I find something unique in an antique or consignment shop. I never knew who owned it before, how deep their attachment was to it, or from where the object originated.
Would you bring home something you thought was buried in an ancient tomb?
I love realistic animation. And Pudding Lane Productions piece allows the art of six students to take you to tour 3D 17th century London as it was before the Great Fire of 1666. You’ll feel like the first person at the Renaissance Fair.
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