ha, there's no spell strong enough for that. i don't believe in hell, and I strongly advise you don't kill yourself. seriously.Hey Angie quick question, can you cast a spell to ignite the upcoming civil war in the US please. Also do you know of any spells that can make me kill myself without going to hell? I know magic is actually the work of Evil but its worth an ask innit.
bookmarking those to read later! you're right in asking the questions that lead to discovery. im pleased you could put it into words, im shit with explaining what I mean. that's the autism for yaThing about science is that it's a method of exploration and examination, not a set of beliefs (which is why those "I trust the science" people are being retarded). One of the first steps in the scientific process is observation and objectivity. If someone tells you "This lake heals illnesses!" you don't say "We don't have an understanding of magic lakes, therefore this is just a stupid folk belief." You're supposed to say "Okay, what kind of illnesses, and to what degree?" and start throwing people in the lake to test it.
Some of my favorite examples of magic and mythology turning out to be real off the top of my head:
Just because we explain the magic doesn't make the phenomenon itself less real, and just because we named the monster "bear" doesn't make it less deadly.
- The Aborginal story of a volcano going off 37,000 years ago (holy fuck that's a long time)
- Slightly younger, but the Klamath people of Oregon have a 7,000 year old story about the creation of Crater Lake
- Multiple cultures in the Americas have stories of the world being reborn multiple times (Including the Hopi, Maya, and Olmec) which correspond with our current understanding of the effects of the Younger Dryas impact
- There's a "cursed" lake in Cameroon that kills everyone around it once in a while
- Here's a cursed rock in Japan
- Radioactivity as a whole is also basically just a curse
- "Animal gods" (extra large versions of local fauna) are definitely real and are just gigantism in a non-human species
- Large versions of normal animals also exist (E.g. This turtle, and giant squids)
- Same for little bitty versions. (E.g. These giraffes)
- Santorini is probably Atlantis
thin splicing is fascinating! its the last scientific concept I explained to my mum before she passed. she thought it was cool.Had to google 'Thin-splicing' quickly, that's something I personally practice a lot just to help me cut down on information intake. It can be helpful in a lot of ways.
absolutely agree. I think buildings can "hold" human energy. like when people go to auschwitz, even if they have no Jewish ancestry, they end up weeping. I think ghosts a lot of the time are just human energy. theres nothing scary about them.To sperge a bit more, I think 'ghosts' in certain areas or homes exist due to there being an abundance of those emotions, and it's easier to keep building off of those emotions if you keep feeding into them. Which can be seen as ghosts feeding from fear, which in an abstract way, is true. The ghosts of the pasts keep existing because they keep feeding from the same emotions that allowed them to be there.
It's why 'airing' out your homes was a good idea because it helped to create a sense of 'cleansing' in mind and self (As well as your home, reminder to change your bed sheets lest you be haunted with the sweat of previous nightmares.) It does give an air flow to wash out the emotions that are left to mingle and sit stagnant in the areas, and gives you and others a psychological/physical boost making you feel good and full of 'good spirits.'
I could go on and on about this as I love to study it extensively, and daily.
I think certain people can see them because ghosts are like moths to a flame. the brighter the "energy" of the person, the more a spirit is attracted to them. putting it simply.
I also think the reason people report cats and dogs can see ghosts is due to the extra cones in eyes. like those insects that can see colours humans can't. I think they can "see" energy in a different way to us. like with my rats, they seem to know how im feeling just from how I smell. I think there's a lot to learn with this.