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cymrudynnion

Re: Religious phenomena

floo wrote:
When our house was going through its 'haunted' phase, which all stopped abruptly in January 2008 crosses where one of the most prolific things we kept encountering.

Here are a few!







I would like a lot more information on the history of your house and would hope those pictures aren't "set-up"
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cyberman

floo wrote:
The photos I have displayed here, and the scores of others I have taken, reflect what was going on in our property for about eleven years from almost the time we moved in, until January 2008. We have checked with two sets of previous owners and the neighbours, an dit would appear there was absolutely no activity until we moved into the property in 1997, so it was seemingly all to do with us!

It was all so OTT we did wonder if it was a hoax, but couldn't work out how it was done, as stuff would appear or move whilst we were in the room. Six policemen, on a tour of the house, were more than spooked when the figure of a monk appeared on the wall behind them.

It was noticeable that happy or traumatic events, like births and a death, would trigger even more activity, as did stress on the part of my husband and myself.

Although it could be disconcerting, at no time did it ever frighten us, probably because we didn't believe it to be 'supernatural', even though we couldn't explain it.


So you don't believe it to be suypernatural, and you don't believe it to be a hoax.

Can you explain your reasons for discounting each of these?
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cyberman

floo wrote:
I think everything is explainable, if not now, in the future when science catches up.


Do you have any evidence in support of this belief?
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cymrudynnion

cyberman wrote:
floo wrote:
The photos I have displayed here, and the scores of others I have taken, reflect what was going on in our property for about eleven years from almost the time we moved in, until January 2008. We have checked with two sets of previous owners and the neighbours, an dit would appear there was absolutely no activity until we moved into the property in 1997, so it was seemingly all to do with us!

It was all so OTT we did wonder if it was a hoax, but couldn't work out how it was done, as stuff would appear or move whilst we were in the room. Six policemen, on a tour of the house, were more than spooked when the figure of a monk appeared on the wall behind them.

It was noticeable that happy or traumatic events, like births and a death, would trigger even more activity, as did stress on the part of my husband and myself.

Although it could be disconcerting, at no time did it ever frighten us, probably because we didn't believe it to be 'supernatural', even though we couldn't explain it.


So you don't believe it to be suypernatural, and you don't believe it to be a hoax.

Can you explain your reasons for discounting each of these?
If it isn't natural i.e. with an explanaition all sceptics will troll out then it has to be supernatural.To say we don't believe one thing and then dismiss the only alternative is blind folly.
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cymrudynnion

floo wrote:
cymrudynnion wrote:
cyberman wrote:
floo wrote:
The photos I have displayed here, and the scores of others I have taken, reflect what was going on in our property for about eleven years from almost the time we moved in, until January 2008. We have checked with two sets of previous owners and the neighbours, an dit would appear there was absolutely no activity until we moved into the property in 1997, so it was seemingly all to do with us!

It was all so OTT we did wonder if it was a hoax, but couldn't work out how it was done, as stuff would appear or move whilst we were in the room. Six policemen, on a tour of the house, were more than spooked when the figure of a monk appeared on the wall behind them.

It was noticeable that happy or traumatic events, like births and a death, would trigger even more activity, as did stress on the part of my husband and myself.

Although it could be disconcerting, at no time did it ever frighten us, probably because we didn't believe it to be 'supernatural', even though we couldn't explain it.


So you don't believe it to be suypernatural, and you don't believe it to be a hoax.

Can you explain your reasons for discounting each of these?
If it isn't natural i.e. with an explanaition all sceptics will troll out then it has to be supernatural.To say we don't believe one thing and then dismiss the only alternative is blind folly.


It is always best to strive for a natural explanation for the seemingly inexplicable, in my opinion.
Strive yes if possible but unfortunately the vast majority of sceptics having strove and failed to find a logical solution dismiss what is left i.e. a syupernatural one. Hence, as one famously said Man is NOT INTELLIGENt enough to be an athiest
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cymrudynnion

floo wrote:
Whatever!

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