Re: Debunking Common Skeptical Arguments Against Paranormal and Psychic Phenomena
Dec 14, 2001 02:31 PM
Now to try and do me off as a skeptic, where I have always written I
am not, can only be seen as one of Daniels litle tricks.
In my opinion there is enough scientific evidence (see for example
Dean I. Radin's work) to prove the existence of psychic abilities,
(if one takes away the unrealistic glamour that is projected into it
by some), the Ganzfeld theory, probably some form of survival after
death, and a few others. Is what I have stated before. Skeptics do
NOT believe the above.
Daniel sofar has only given evidence in the Parapsychological
research he presented sofar also, only the above has been confirmed.
What is still missing (in spite that it is such incidents Daniel
wants us to ultimatly believe in) among the information send by Daniel
is conclusive proof of;
1) Materializes and de-materializes objects as Blavatsky is claimed
to have done.
2) Modern testings where an individual has dissapeared and
re-appeared at will (without any equipment).
--- In theos-talk@y..., "danielhcaldwell" <danielhcaldwell@y...>
> As a backdrop to our discussions about the paranormal and Madame
> Blavatsky, there is an excellent article addressing some of the
> skeptical arguments against the paranormal. I notice that some of
> these arguments have been hinted at or mentioned by Brigitte
> M. in her posts to Theos-Talk.
> The article is titled:
> "Debunking Common Skeptical Arguments Against Paranormal and
> By Winston Wu
> To read this article go to:
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