Tuesday, September 11, 2012

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Residual Hauntings Aren't Recordings, But Views in Time

Residual Hauntings Aren't Recordings, But Views in Time

abbey_monk_ghost_story-523x611-425x497Residual Hauntings are not naturally occurring recordings of past events into the surrounding environment. The truth is they are views in time. When you stand on the Gettysburg battlefield, the only thing that separates you from the men who fought there is time. In other words, you are there and so are they, you both occupy the same space. If people do give off psychic energy under incredible situations, this energy flows through time like water leaking through a dam. Residual Hauntings are not recordings, they are the actual events happening at that time, except by emotional or psychic energy it punches through time to our present day and we witness the event as it is happening in the past. The event happened only once in time. The true name for a residual haunting should be a "Time Leak Haunting", or just a "Time Leak".

No law of physics prevents time travel. But there are many things that tell us events cannot be "recorded" into their surroundings and then played back at a later time. The basic laws of mass and energy don't work that way. But physics is learning more and more about time such as space-time. Einstein determined that space and time are one and the same. They are merged together in something called space-time. Space-time can be manipulated, stretched, changed, etc.

Could the heightened emotional or psychic energy given off by one or thousands of humans be enough to punch a whole through or manipulate space-time?

We already know that we can view the past. Just look through a telescope at a distant star in the night sky and you are looking into the past. What you are seeing through your telescope is actually what the star looked like hundreds, thousands, or millions of years ago. What you are looking at may no longer even exist. When you look at the sun, you are looking at it 8 minutes in the past. We know this because we know the distance to the sun and also the speed of light. If the sun were to explode we would not see it until 8 minutes have passed.

Witnesses in present day Gettysburg have reported seeing and hearing a long line of troops, wagons, and horses. What they were seeing is Lee's Retreat after the battle of Gettysburg. It was a massive train of wagons carrying the severely injured Confederate troops. This massive train stretched for miles. The sadness and pain of this retreat no doubt expended huge amounts of emotional energy. Confederate General John Imboden wrote down an actual account of Lee's retreat:

"... from almost every wagon for many miles issued heart-rending wails of agony. From nearly every wagon as the teams trotted on, urged by whip and shout, came such cries and shrieks as these: 'O God why can't I die!', 'My God why will no one have mercy and kill me!', 'I am dying! I am dying! My poor wire, my dear children, what will become of you?' " - from the diary of Confederate General John Imboden, July 1863.

The human energy whether emotional or psychic is so great that it pushes the event across the dimension of time or across space-time. What would happen if someone from our time enters into this train of confederate soldiers when it next appears? I don't know.

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Monday, September 10, 2012

Would it be "WEIRD" To Write About Me Teaching myself about "Astrology" in a College Application?

Question by : Would it be "WEIRD" To Write About Me Teaching myself about "Astrology" in a College Application?
I want to know whether thats a weird.... "hobby" to write about in a University application, lets say to UCLA and/or USC...

I taught it to myself and Im interested in it but its not something Ill pursue in a career, its just like a little side hobby I have... is it worth writing about it. or is it too unimportant/ weird to even mention?

What do you think? Answer below!

Isolated Amazon Tribe Massacre Mystery

IROTATHERI, Venezuela -- Venezuelan officials and journalists investigating reports of a possible massacre in a remote indigenous village in the Amazon have found people peacefully cooking plantains over a communal fire, and no sign of any killings.

Yanomami Indians in the village of Irotatheri spoke with journalists through a guide, who translated their accounts that there had been no violence. The government flew in journalists by helicopter Friday after a report of killings in the community by an indigenous group.

The villagers stood and watched in apparent amazement as the helicopter passed over their huts and landed nearby in a clearing. Women in the village carried their babies in slings, and people of all ages had their lips bulging with tobacco leaves that they stuff into their mouths and keep there without chewing throughout the day.

Leaders of the Horonami Yanomami Organization released a statement late last month saying that people from a nearby village had visited Irotatheri and reported a mass killing of unknown proportions in early July.

About 40 people live in Irotatheri, a collection of huts that officials say is 19 kilometers (12 miles) from the border with Brazil.

The villagers still largely keep to their traditional ways, wearing face paint and loincloths. But government officials who reached the village ahead of the journalists brought the people T-shirts to cover themselves, and also brought hammocks and cooking pots, which the Yanomami quickly accepted.

Officials gave them pasta and dried manioc that they could cook in their new pots, and also handed them their first spoons.

A doctor traveled with the group and was providing check-ups. Many people in the village were treated for skin ailments and conjunctivitis.

The villagers performed a dance for the visitors, holding bows and arrows.

The Yanomami are one of the largest isolated indigenous groups in the Amazon, with a population estimated at roughly 30,000 on both sides of the Venezuela-Brazil border.

The Yanomami have often had to contend with Brazilian gold miners, who for years have crossed into Venezuela and torn up the forest, leaving water laced with mercury. But military officials who reached the village said that patrols in the area had found no miners.

The government is providing the community with a radio so it communicate with the authorities if they have problems. Two men from the village climbed aboard a helicopter for the first time and flew to a nearby military outpost in La Esmeralda to learn how to use the radio system.

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