Paranormal ExperimentsParanormal research is the study of unexplained phenomena or things we still do not fully understand. Many scientists and researchers have changed the way we look in the world. Without their ideas and experimentís we would still believe the planet Earth is flat. And the concept of time and space would not be understood. It is the desire for knowledge that keeps a researcher researching. Paranormal Researcherís have different objectives which include; educating the public, to gather information to better understand unusual or unexplained phenomenon, to scientifically prove the existence of paranormal eventís and to bring the paranormal study to the mainstream sciences.
Our experiments are based the ancient technique of gazing or scrying in combined with modern technology of using a video camera. With scrying the goal is a transition into an altered state of consciousness or heightened state of awareness. By exploring these ancient techniques in combination with a video camera we are researching into an area of unexplained paranormal phenomena. Could these experiments offer the living a chance at a visual communication with spiritual world? Or a vision or omen of the future?
Our Paranormal Experiments
In our experiment we we used a Ion Air Purifer which puts ion changed energy in the air. We are also using a Digital Video Camera but any kind of video camera would probably work for this experiment. We also used a full length mirror for maxium coverage. In the same room we had our Ion Air Purifer located directly behind the mirror. And in front of the mirror we had a psychic medium holding the camera while sitting on the floor aiming the camera in all directions at the mirror. At the moment in the video when the medium sensed spirits in the room, is when the images appeared on our video.
In this experiment we used modern day technology, of a video camera, with a twist of old fashioned methods of what the ancient people once did. Offering a modern person a glimpse of what was once comsidered heresy or witch craft. In our experiment the photographer aimed the video camera at a bonfire in the evening hours and simply took a video. Gaze and see the images yourself and decide if it's a vision of the future, glimpse of the spiritual world, random and meaningless, or heresy from a time long ago.
The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) is a scientific experiment whose goal is to detect intelligent life outside of our planet Earth. Seti@home is a nonprofit University of California educational and research organization. We have been a participate in the SETI@home scientific experiment project since Aug 27, 2003. SETI uses BOINC software program to compute user data, as our user data image above shows.Optimal Time For Research
It is widely believed by the ghost hunting community that times of increased solar activity are ideal for ghost hunting.
It seems that heightened paranormal activity happens durring a geomagnetic storm or solar flare (X, M or Mega class).
On these days when the air is full of excess energy in the air from charged ions, spirits have the extra boost they need
in order to manifest and interact.
Over the centuries people have associated the full moon with the paranormal and supernatural. And it would seem that the moon and it's phases can create favorable times to ghost hunt. The pulling effect of gravity can also effect the paranormal.
The witching hours is the best time to go on a ghost hunt. But many people falsely think the witching hour is at midnight, or the hour before or after midnight, but this is not the case. The whole day is divided into 24 planetary hours, but they are usually not 60 minutes long. The night is then divided into 12 planetary hours, which start at the time of dusk and it ends at dawn, divide that by 12.
From the acclaimed New York Times science writer George Johnson, an irresistible book on the ten most fascinating experiments in the history of scienceómoments when a curious soul posed a particularly eloquent question to nature and received a crisp, unambiguous reply. Johnson takes us to those times when the world seemed filled with mysterious forces, when scientists were dazzled by light, by electricity, and by the beating of the hearts they laid bare on the dissecting table. We see Galileo singing to mark time as he measures the pull of gravity, and Newton carefully inserting a needle behind his eye to learn how light causes vibrations in the retina. William Harvey ties a tourniquet around his arm and watches his arteries throb above and his veins bulge below, proving that blood circulates. Luigi Galvani sparks electrical currents in dissected frog legs, wondering at the twitching muscle fibers, and Ivan Pavlov makes his now-famous dogs salivate at ascending chord progressions.For all of them, diligence was rewarded. In an instant, confusion was swept aside and something new about nature leaped into view. In bringing us these stories, Johnson restores some of the romance to science, reminding us of the existential excitement of a single soul staring down the unknown.