By Amy Major
Monday, May 18, 2015
In recent times, there’s been increasing interest
in the field of Spirit Rescue. Spirit Rescue has
been a form of mediumship that has been pushed aside, hidden, or even looked down
upon at times. This happens for many reasons, but the most common reasons would be
due to fear and misconceptions. Working with ghosts or earthbound energies has always
been seen as something that was negative. I’ve been told many times as a Rescue Medium to
stay away from rescue work, as this will bring me nothing but negative energy and bad
situations that will hurt me in the end. I can now tell you, that as a Rescue Medium for the
past 12 years, that this is simply not the case. Though you do have to work with heavier or
more dense energy, it does not mean that this energy is always negative.
By Louis Proud
Monday, November 24, 2014
What we perceive with our eyes is less than one percent of the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum, the range of wavelengths over which EM radiation extends. This tiny portion of the EM spectrum, called visible light, consists of the colors red through violet. Making up the remainder of the spectrum are extremely low frequency (ELF) waves, radio waves, microwaves, infrared, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma rays. Although we cannot see these energies, they are an ever-present part of our environment and affect our minds and bodies in profound ways.
By Bill Hall
Monday, August 25, 2014
Laura Goodin was distraught. She was exhausted and concerned, fearing she was nearing the end of her rope. She was exhausted and concerned, fearing she was nearing the end of her rope. "Why us? Why us?" she repeated in her characteristic loud and less than pleasant voice. It had been her question for many days now but something about it was different that time. Her tone seemed more reflective than before. She lowered her head into her hands and sobbed.
By Joshua Warren
Monday, August 25, 2014
I have spent over twenty years traveling the world, documenting evidence of the paranormal and downright weird. From Mayan ruins, to the castles of Vlad the Impaler in Transylvania, to my Bermuda Triangle Research Base in Puerto Rico, I’ve pulled all the stops, measuring everything before my restless eyes—EMF, electrostatics, IR and UV, alpha, beta, gamma, temperature, optics—you name it. And yet, why do we still understand so little about these things called “paranormal,” “mystical,” or “Fortean”? Whether investigating ghosts, UFOs, ESP, cryptids, or common spirituality and consciousness, why does it sometimes seem we are spinning our wheels? Maybe it’s because we’ve gotten just a little too far from the most important thing . . .
By John Moore
Saturday, December 13, 2014
Lately it seems everyone I speak to about a new case believes they have some negative entity or demon haunting them. Most forget that about 80% of paranormal claims have a perfectly logical and natural cause. Of the remaining 20% of claims that are paranormal less than 1% are truly in human or demonic in nature. This article is for after those cases that truly are paranormal in nature and have no natural explanation. The most common cause I have run across for this idea that there is a demon in the house is simply a misinterpretation of a spirits attempts to communicate. There are some key factors to look for during a paranormal investigation that indicate a negative or demonic entity which we will discuss later...
By Dennis Balthaser
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
I had a personal experience with this a few years ago when I was master of ceremonies at a conference, and was asked to introduce some of the best-known serious researchers in the field of Ufology. I was also asked to introduce the other types mentioned above, and a “tin foil hat contest.” Since then I have refused to attend or be part of such conferences. Personally I have nothing against them, but feel UFO research is of such importance that it should not be combined with many that refer to themselves as paranormal.
By Corker Johnston
Thursday, April 3, 2014
THE OLD FARMHOUSE WAS quickly engulfed in furious flames and responders were doing all they could to guard their eyes from the bright glare that illuminated in the blackness of the 3 a.m. sky, and scalding heat, but there was little to nothing that anyone could have done to stop the fire from destroying the simple structure. However, firefighters were successful in preventing the flames from extending to the various outbuildings and, even more importantly, the surrounding neighborhood. Reports were coming in by people from across the entire county of the blaze in the sky.
By Michael Reneger, Amy Spease
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Salem Academy And College is a highly respected school for women in the heart of Winston-Salem. It was founded by the Moravian Church in 1772. By the mid 1800’s, it had become a renown boarding school, famous for its quality education and wonderful environment. By 1866, Salem Female Academy was the place to send young women for “finishing school.”
By Michael Reneger, Amy Spease
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Waughtown is one many historic areas in Winston-Salem. The community is rich in history, steeped in the past of industrial growth in the late 1890’s and the early Twentieth Century. One of the largest and most successful of the businesses that arose in the area was the J.I. Nissen Wagon Works. Established in 1834, by 1870, the complex had spread to cover a 600 acre tract...
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