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The unchanging purpose of this website is to encourage others to think for themselves using their own instictive common sense (logic).


dictionary.com: Haunt: to visit habitually or appear to frequently as a spirit or ghost: to haunt a house; to haunt a person. http://www.dictionary.com/browse/haunting

A haunting, as far as this page is concerned is the persistence of a troubling ghost bothering the same person or persons permanently or over a period of time. There is nothing in science, education, in religion, or in the mainstream media that tells us what to do, or who to consult if we experience a personal haunting. For this reason there are those who spend their lives in utter misery, afraid to ask for help because they will not be believed or afraid they will be considered insane. A personal haunting is taboo outside of entertainment, a subject of conversation for a very small number of persons. Haunting is not just unpleasant, it’s a lonely place to be.

My advice to those who are experiencing such miseries is to contact a recommended psychic.

The odds dictate that just about everyone is going to see a ghost at some point in their lives. I know, I’ve seen one whilst I was at my workplace, a full body apparition of a man in a lab-coat. Ghosts really don’t care that you’re a sceptic, they will appear to you if they choose to do so.

The science of hauntings is unhelpful

Science tends to be opposed to the idea of spirits, ghosts and hauntings, there seems to be a campaign of ghost debunking at the present time. The majority of science-based websites on haunting and ghostly apparitions are by debunking sceptics. This is encouraged (enforced) by Google-ratings aiming at mainstream approved opinion that is biased against any form of paranormal activity. Basically, you get to know what Google thinks you ought to know weather you like it or not.  See: Google: Always Blocking
Wiki: Parapsychology is a field of study concerned with the investigation of paranormal and psychic phenomena which include telepathy, precognition, clairvoyance, psychokinesis, near-death experiences, reincarnation, apparitional experiences, and other paranormal claims. It is identified as pseudoscience by a majority of mainstream scientists.

Note: The word pseudo-science means anything that science does not study or anything that casts doubt on a scientific discipline. All scientists should know that it is illogical to declare that something does not exist and impossible to prove.

The following is a typical example in that it is based on the scientific credo of materialism.

livesciencelivescience.com: “There are many contradictions inherent in ideas about ghosts. For example, are ghosts material or not? Either they can move through solid objects without disturbing them, or they can slam doors shut and throw objects across the room. According to logic and the laws of physics, it’s one or the other. If ghosts are human souls, why do they appear clothed and with (presumably soulless) inanimate objects like hats, canes, and dresses — not to mention the many reports of ghost trains, cars and carriages?…”

What the writer is discussing here is energy – does an apparition fit into the physics energy box? It is first assumed by the Livescience writer that physics knows everything about all possible energies, which is absurd.

Again we have Sean Carroll, a cosmologist and physics professor and headlines at express.co.uk:
There is NO life after death: Scientist insists afterlife is IMPOSSIBLE
“For example, all the photons in the universe are on one level, and all the electrons too have their own field, and for every other type of particle too.
Dr Carroll explains if life continued in some capacity after death, tests on the quantum field would have revealed “spirit particles” and “spirit forces”.
Dr Carroll writes in the Scientific American: “If it’s really nothing but atoms and the known forces, there is clearly no way for the soul to survive death.” http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/848991/life-after-death-what-happens-when-you-die-quantum-physics

Brian Cox: The Large Hadron Collider has proved that ghosts don’t exist

See also: The Standard Model of particle physics.

And then we have: sputniknews.com: Experiments in particle physics carried out using the Large Hadron Collider have spotted an anomaly in the behavior of particles which does not correspond to the standard model of physics.

And again: LIFE AFTER DEATH: When you die you KNOW you’re dead as consciousness persists – study
WHEN you die you KNOW you’re dead, according to terrifying new real-life Flatliners research. http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/867626/LIFE-AFTER-DEATH-do-you-know-you-re-dead-consciousness-persists-Flatliners

Louis Hissink retired diamond exploration geologist:
All scientific theories are ultimately false since they invariably involved explaining something with incomplete extant knowledge. Since no one is omniscient or knows everything, so too scientific theories which are solely limited to existing knowledge. Because the future always yields new data, scientific theories must change to be compatible with the new data. Thus a true scientist is never in love with any particular theory, always knowing that when the facts change, so too must he/she change their minds.

What are particles and what are they made of?

Where are the LIFE particles?

According to Wiki: Abiogenesis, biopoiesis, or informally the origin of life, is the natural process by which life arises from non-living matter, such as simple organic compounds. On Earth, the transition from non-living to living entities was not a single event but a gradual process of increasing complexity. Abiogenesis is studied through a combination of paleontology, chemistry, and extrapolation from the characteristics of modern organisms, and aims to determine how pre-life chemical reactions gave rise to life on Earth.

But if we take a look at abiogenesis we find that nothing is known about the origin of life itself.
Nothing is known about the transition from non-living to living entities.
It is not known if life started on Earth as the most simple cell, if life was seeded from space or if life is thanks to cosmic gardeners.
It is not known when this unexplained event occurred.
Evolution has no start point!

Abiogenesis is largely ignored and disguised by the claims of evolution:

It’s turtles all the way down
britannica.com: Evolution, theory in biology postulating that the various types of plants, animals, and other living things on Earth have their origin in other preexisting types and that the distinguishable differences are due to modifications in successive generations. The theory of evolution is one of the fundamental keystones of modern biological theory.

The problem here is that if the simplest cell were is given as the origin of all life it cannot mutate or change in any way because it has only the basics for life – eating and reproduction. And so any change to its genetics would kill it. We have a life-form that cannot evolve unless it aquires genetic material from elswhere. It’s alone, the first cell!

life_before Life

Life before life

If then, I were to say, that life existed in the form of mind before biological life, there is no scientist on the planet who could refute my theory because there is no scientific answer, no data on the origin of life. Mind is an energy unknown to physics because physics does not have a detector. However, this energy has been detected over and over again by scientists who wanted to know what the ancients were talking about and it has been rejected by mainstream for several hundred years. This is of course, an energy that has existence and is not just “Work Done”.

livescience.com again:” If ghosts are the spirits of those whose deaths were unavenged, why are there unsolved murders, since ghosts are said to communicate with psychic mediums, and should be able to identify their killers for the police? And so on — just about any claim about ghosts raises logical reasons to doubt it.”

But this is exactly what happens, ghost do tell mediums about their murders. Mediums tell authorities about kidnap victims and those who have disappeared. The police often use psychics in their investigations, but this is not widely publicised. The problem is that many of the authorities tend to be sceptical just like the Livescience writer and assume it to be a scam. Sceptics think there are thousands of people around the world who have nothing better to do but tell lies for no apparent reason and no possible gain to themselves. There is a serious problem with scepticism and its devotees, in that they only read books written by other sceptics. There is a whole library on the subject.

Psi Missing
psimissingAll of this has a solid scientific basis in the Sheep and Goats Effect, also called Psi Missing by parapsychologists.
archived.parapsych.org says: “Psi missing is one of the most startling discoveries of modern parapsychology. At times, certain individuals persist in giving the wrong answers in psi tests. The accumulation of systematically wrong answers can be so flagrant that it suggests something quite different than a mere lack of psi abilities: it is as if people use psi to consistently avoid the target, unconsciously “sabotaging” their own results!” Read it all here

The effect suggests that the sceptics are themselves using psi but in a negative fashion for sabatage. Psi is an energy unrecognised by physics. Denial is unrecognised by all sceptics, even those who practice psychology. See Psychology in denial

Our writer at livescience.com had only to do a little research to find the answers but preferred to use debunking, sceptical-pre-conceived and therefore wrong-headed ideas.

Haunted Religion


If the producers of US and UK haunted house TV programs are to be believed, 90% of the victims of ghosts and “demons” are catholic. There is a common theme:
Having moved into the house of their dreams the victim or all of the family, experience random, unusual, frightening events. The husband usually works away for long periods and the wife is left alone in the house. Often when the wife complains to her husband she is met with disbelief. The haunting becomes so alarming or even dangerous, due to polterguist activity, that they call in a priest who often fails to exercise the spirit or it returns at a later date.
It’s not unusual for the priesthood to blame the victim.
They eventually find a friendly psychic medium who successfully completes the job. Alternately they leave the house for good and the haunting stops.

There is very little useful information online, but I found this on Yahoo Answers: Why are only Catholics (are) haunted?
Every time you hear about a haunting the first thing they do is run for the priest. How come it’s never a buddhist or a hindu etc?

The only answer that directly addressed the question: “B/c Satan only attacks believers. If he were to go after non-believers it would make them believe in evil/Satan which in return would make them believe in God. Hes already got them in his grip.”
I have strong reservations about this answer but no facts – yet.

What does the Catholic Church say about ghosts?
I found this somewhat confusing as it seems the church does not believe in ghosts and then again it does. Read it for yourself here

The – Elephant In The Room – questions are:
Why don’t true believers get more protection?
Why are the priesthood so inept when confronted with something they claim to know all about?

Huffpost: A Catholic’s Guide to Living In a Haunted House

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