What is the ‘supernatural’ and is it merely a label for something as yet undetermined and undefined by conventional wisdom? Is there a lot of stuff that works, but the conventional scientific mind set, for whatever reason, merely does not want to explore it?
I suggested there may be transference of information between cells that is ‘invisible’ and generally misunderstood that we refer to as supernatural or paranormal. When we understand this energy transference, we will recognise it as natural and normal.
From the following video….
Remote viewing for example… the moment a remote viewer has the task for the future, he has the answer already. Some one can describe a sequence of events in the future is well established as a sci-phenomenon. Even in medium-ship, we don’t know where the information comes from.
If everything is a thought from, then all bets are off. What is measuring it? All that stuff goes out the window.
Every experiment in your lab can be explained by spirit intervention that you’re not aware of.
Can we approach magical concepts that is not dependent upon faith?
May be we need our artificial intelligent overlords who are smarter than us to figure out that domain… I’m not interested in accepting science because we’re clever enough to figure out what to do with it.
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