This story comes from one of the better blogs about parapsychology. Instead of simply accepting the claims of parapsychology, Dr. Alvarado tries to apply a critical, scientific method. Whether or not this approach is always suitable for the subtle dynamics of parapsychology is another issue. What matters is that we use the mind and lived experience to analyze parapsychological truth claims and not fall into sheer hucksterism. So even if we can’t always be “scientific” as currently understood, we still can approach parapsychology with a scientific attitude.
Here’s an interesting article that I do not entirely resonate with. The issue I have with this piece has to do with protecting oneself from spiritual attack with “Rose Light.”
Since becoming a Catholic I believe that it’s best to call on God for protection, and to not play the shaman, guru or gnostic mystic on one’s own. In my view this can lead to deception and self-aggrandizement. But that’s just my opinion. I understand that many others seem to receive protection from bad vibes by invoking some kind of white or, as in this piece, rose light.
Because I agree with a lot – if not all – of what this article says, it makes today’s headline. —MC
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Nov 23, 2015
What if parts of history were whipped out or re-written because they would simply be inconvenient for modern society? But, as you all know, the “what if” part is unnecessary.
There are many documented ancient tribes from all over the globe, some still surviving, telling stories of gods much older than the one we believe in who came to Earth to shed some light upon the lesser human race.
They called them the children of Enoch and described them as superior beings from a distant space or dimension, specifically the vicinity of a star we now call Sirius, who either visited or indirectly gave birth to the Sumerian civilization and presumably erected later dominating civilizations like the Toltec and the ancient Egyptian and Mayan…
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