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Those skeptical of the existence of a spirit world will often cite that there is no credible evidence leading to proof, this being the basis for their disbelief. Yet what constitutes as evidence or proof seems to be a personal decision, as there is an endless supply of visual and audio recordings and environmental data which at the least appear to be genuinely anomalous and unexplainable. For the mainstream scientific community, these anomalies would need to be consistently repeatable under laboratory conditions for the implications of the data to be accepted. But for paranormal researchers attempting communication with the "Other Side," although elusive, there are enough occurrences of contextual dialogue that their practices have become meaningful. The phenomenon of contact with the unseen world via electronic devices is described generally as "Instrumental Trans-Communication" or ITC. First defined in the s by Ernst Senkowksi, researchers have been refining and evolving new techniques for ITC ever since, employing new technologies and modifying established methodologies. One such creative experimentation resulted in the "Estes Method," developed by our last episode's guest, Connor J.
I have a confession to make, now this is an outpouring of honesty that will create a similar kind of reaction to when you ask people if they like marmite or not. Here it is, I love a good paranormal gadget, I really do and whilst I have said this with my tongue kind of in my cheek it is true. The options and possibilities for experiments with the gadgets are innumerable, as is the tweaking of existing methods such as Estes.
Is your mind made up and you want justifying support. I clearly stated twice that I severed things with the girl. If you marry him, you are committing to accepting him without the church and all that this entails.