This author considers the paranormal to be a normal, little understood part of life. Our ancestors took the paranormal on faith, without proof. For the most part, in modern times, we refuse to take the paranormal seriously because we don’t understand it. That’s the key. One day we will have all the scientific proof we need. But, for now, the paranormal is truly “para” – outside the normal.
While researching the period of witch trials and piracy, 1692, this author discovered some wild, little-known facts about the 17th Century and the ways of pirates.
Imagine what an epic impact this would have if mankind discovered not only that we're not alone, but also that aliens are actually humans living in the distant reaches of the universe, who seeded Earth to ensure survival of the species outside of more dangerous areas. In the probability of quantum mechanics, this is one possible outcome.
Creative, alternative, and esoteric philosophical concepts of existence.
How did the universe really begin? Can we fluidly access our subconscious and communicate with each other? Did the Egyptians build pyramids differently than previously conceived?
These questions, along with many more, are addressed in Mysteries of the Universe; J.C. Vintner's second volume of the Ancient Earth Mysteries series. Volume II: Philosophy covers selected topics examining ancient cultures and their philosophical influence on the world while touching upon mankind's position in the universe. Explore new avenues of thinking through the mind's eye, and find out how we can change our futu
The Days of Laméch is the long-anticipated prequel to the award-winning The Days of Peleg, delving into the mysteries of the ancient Family Wars and drawing back the curtain on an age of antediluvian enlightenment—and ultimate devastation.
Read about the PIHA Grey Team’s investigations of haunted museums and public historic sites in Washington State. Discover the true history and the mystery of these ghostly locations. Read the team’s actual results of every paranormal investigation.
It is a detailed and comprehensive work with practical tips for all ghost hunters. There are very good historical references as well as interesting explanations of terms used by paranormal professionals. I recommend this guide as a great primer for those who want to start investigations and a ’must-have’ addition to any paranormal library.
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The first thing you’ll notice about Phyllis Galde when she comes to the door of her Lakeville split-level is her T-shirt. "UFOs are real," it reads. "The Air Force doesn’t exist." Beneath this koan is a picture of a flying saucer. At first, you might suspect that the shirt is a cute novelty. It’s not. Galde is a believer.