EMFs and the paranormal
When I read the story about emails sent from beyond the grave, I wasn’t surprised (though I did think it cool). http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/emails-dead-man-account-helping-family-friends-closure-193306965.html.
The relationship between electromagnetic frequencies and the paranormal is nothing new. As I write in my book Angels and Engineers, Volume I Spirits Among Us, Thomas Edison was working on a phone like device that would enable him to talk with those who had passed on. In the book Phone Calls From the Dead, Raymond Bayless and Scott Rogo write about the phenomenon of the spirits of those who have passed on using the telephone to communicate with people.
In my book After Here, The Celestial Plane and What Happens When We Die, I write about the ghosts who used to sit in my living room and watch television while keeping me company as I recovered from the aneurysm.
In Riding the Waves, Dianosing, Treating and Living with EMF Sensitivity, I write of discovering that problematic electromagnetic frequencies can actually inhibit paranormal abilities. I’m not the only one to document this. Remote Viewers have reported that when individuals were below sea level, they got better results.
As I write in Riding the Waves, salt is a great insulator against electromagnetic frequencies.
In the Intention Experiments, researchers document that individuals sitting inside a Faraday Cage got better results when conducting experiments utilizing various aspects of telepathy.
In Angels and Engineers, I point out that it’s no coincidence that battlefields are places frequented by spirits. These locations were often chosen for geographic advantages, such as mountains that would provide natural shielding or proximity to rivers for transportation of supplies. These same geographic strengths have a geologic component. The presence of geologic fault lines in mountains and with rivers is well documented. Fault lines emit electromagnetic frequencies. I believe that certain frequencies can act as a medium for the spirits.
I’m not the only one to come up with such a hypothesis. Dr. Michael Persinger has been investigating the association between paranormal phenomena and geography/geology for years.
Perhaps science and the supernatural aren’t as far apart as some might expect.
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