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Only Known Spirit Portal in a Painting
#1
I always knew that water had spirit in it.

So when I flicked water at my canvas I knew there was a chance I could create a spirit portal.

And that's exactly what happened.

The water mixed with the watercolor and dried forming the spirit portal.

Below is a link for you to see the spirit portal, and below the link is another link for you to see the actual painting that contains the spirit portal.

http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5462/99852...ae64_c.jpg
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7297/11156...7fe2_c.jpg

I had a very talented psychic medium do a reading on the spirit.

I hope you enjoy the photos.Owl Eyes

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#2
You offer 2 images and the word of a medium as proof of a portal. Any other evidence? EVP's, experiences of interaction with spirit?

I'm not doubting any personal experiences you may have had... But for me it's just not enough evidence to make that big of a claim.
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#3
I'm curious who the medium was that did a 'reading' on this....
“Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.” ~Philip K. Dick

http://paranormalinreview2.zohosites.com/home.html

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#4
[undefined=undefined]feel like energy from other world, but not a portal..
[undefined=undefined]i like that[/undefined][/undefined]
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#5
jalakpaningal..if you are trying to post a picture, you will have to go through a photosharing site such as Photobucket or TinyPic...otherwise it won't show up. Either that or post a link to where it can be seen elsewhere.
“Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.” ~Philip K. Dick

http://paranormalinreview2.zohosites.com/home.html

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#6
Woah, woah, woah-- you mean to tell me that if I flick water at canvas that I can make spirit portals? AWESOME SAUCE! Let's start a line of Spirit Portal Jeans and Jackets! Woo! And back-yard furniture covers!!! Yeah! Do you think they'd port like... snow and moisture away, making the furniture last longer?

Yes, I'm being ridiculous... on purpose. Saying that flicking water at painter's canvas (or whatever canvas) creates a spirit portal is like saying if you make an inappropriate face, it'll stick that way.

Sounds more, to me, like the "talented" and "psychic" medium is very talented at making money.
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#7
(01-10-2014, 12:55 AM)jadewik Wrote: Woah, woah, woah-- you mean to tell me that if I flick water at canvas that I can make spirit portals? AWESOME SAUCE! Let's start a line of Spirit Portal Jeans and Jackets! Woo! And back-yard furniture covers!!! Yeah! Do you think they'd port like... snow and moisture away, making the furniture last longer?

Yes, I'm being ridiculous... on purpose. Saying that flicking water at painter's canvas (or whatever canvas) creates a spirit portal is like saying if you make an inappropriate face, it'll stick that way.

Sounds more, to me, like the "talented" and "psychic" medium is very talented at making money.

You can't create a spirit portal for the main reason that you
don't believe you can. Also, you are going to have a tough time disproving the claim because you have no evidence to support your claim.
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#8
Have to love people and what they want to believe. Great job you painted pareidolia.
Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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#9
Have you seen anything come in or out of the painting?
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#10
'Evidence' aside, I'm still lost on the mechanics of this whole thing. So...water has spirit in it, and thus, if flicked on an object, can turn that object into a portal but ONLY if one believes it will. Okay. So let's play devil's advocate here. The OP obviously believes this to be true. Does that mean the OP's toilet is a portal? It contains plenty of water and even has a built in 'vortex.'

Whenever you shower or get caught in the rain, do you become a portal?

Is every lake, pond, river or puddle of water on the ground a portal?

I boiled my spaghetti noodles last night in water...did I EAT a portal?

If not, why not based on this logic? What was so different about flicking water on a canvas that turned that particular piece into a portal and aside from a photo showing...nothing...and a dubious validation by an alleged psychic medium, why is it believed to be so?

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