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missing objects?
#11
Excellent suggestion Nate...that would be a good way to find out what is going on...or to rule out anything. If there is any way possible to do this, ghostwisp, I think it would help you a lot in finding out what might be happening.

I would recommend reading about video and audio equipment...find out the different things that can appear on film or tape that may seem paranormal, but in reality have a logical explanation. Sounds on tape especially can be matrixed in our minds, and cameras with the shutter speeds at improper settings can make things appear as paranormal. It's something I am still learning a lot about...and I've found a lot of good info here.

And yes...I have had that happen! (objects disappearing and reappearing). I take all the logical explanations for it into consideration of course...**doesn't help when I'm scrambling around trying to FIND the darn thing!**
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#12
....and who do spirits try to communicate with? People with psychic gifts. It's a part of mediumship.
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#13
I have had many things go missing thru my lifetime..It drives me nuts!! Mrteeth

I search and search for the items yet never seem to find them, then..I think I'm getting some form of early onset of Alzheimer's or something. No joke, I really get that frustrated at times. Especially if I'm in a hurry and can't seem to find what I need.

I am very organized and keep a neat, clean home..everything has it's place, but sometimes...not everything is in its place. Icontexto-emoticons-04-032x032
(06-20-2010, 07:23 PM)Lady Kamae Wrote: ....and who do spirits try to communicate with? People with psychic gifts. It's a part of mediumship.

Now that's a true statement! Icontexto-emoticons-01-032x032
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#14
I've had tonnes of things go missing and then reappearing; it creeped me out b4, but now not so much.

once,when i was like 13,i was looking for this book i was writing, and i knew i'd put it on my desk. i went into my room, and looked at my desk. ALL of it. there was nothin there at all. i turned away to look for it on my bed. Zilch. i was confused; i really thought i'd left it on my desk. i looked at the desk again andBlueoh

so it had to have happened in a space of seconds, or a minute.

One thing, tho, how can u guys record the occurrence on vid, if u don't know which things r about to go missin?
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#15
Very good point, Soul of a Hound. I believe what Nate is suggesting is setting up video and audio equipment for a controlled period of time...and see what shows up. Not necessarily showing the objects moving around or anything..but if there is something that may be trying to make contact, it could possibly show up.
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#16
Its easy to misplace something in plain site. I think most of the time we are preoccupied when we do it. I have done it many times and usually when I find it I feel pretty stupid for missing it during my search. One of the biggest areas I lose things is my computer desk. I have tore the thing apart looking for my keys, search the floor, back track my steps, become frustrated and mad knowing I didn't misplace them only to find them in my keyboard drawer.
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#17
What's embarrassing is when you are talking OUT LOUD to the object, asking it where it is....and you turn around after you finally find it (still talking to it of course) and your whole family is looking at you with slightly amused fear...
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#18
(06-21-2010, 06:44 AM)scarygirl67 Wrote: What's embarrassing is when you are talking OUT LOUD to the object, asking it where it is....and you turn around after you finally find it (still talking to it of course) and your whole family is looking at you with slightly amused fear...

Around here talking out loud to spirits and objects is relatively normal. No one even skips a beat.

I would love to capture some of the apportation around my mother with video documentation. It really wouldn't matter much though...even with the video, if I attempted to have it looked at by some experts they would seriously just find a way to debunk it or claim the video was altered in some way. So, even though I am totally in for some scientific discovery and explanation...in the end it wouldn't matter at all anyway.

Case in point, a couple of weeks ago my mother and I were standing at the counter doing some kitchen prep and cooking together. About a foot above the counter a package of fudge frosted cookies literally appeared out of thin air and fell to the counter crashing into our chopped veggies. I and my mother both SAW them appear out of nowhere, they hadn't fallen from the cabinet as that isn't where the snacks are stored, and the cupboard door didn't open. Sure I would have loved to have captured THAT on video...but it would have been torn apart by any video analyst or skeptic anyway.

Last year mother went to Indiana and put a can of rolled tobacco on a hotel room table. We have a photo of the hotel room...it was there. All weekend while out of town she couldn't find it, as it had vanished. She walked in the house upon her return home and it was sitting on the dining room table. How do you capture that on video, an apportation from 300 miles away?

This is why I say that apportation goes along with the person in particular and not the home. You can document at length and for your entire lifetime, in the end the only person that sees or can ever confirm any validity to the experience is yourself. Scientific documentation and methodology should always be used, but in the end the paranormal just doesn't follow scientific methods.

The paranormal will likely never be explained, so in my own life I have just decided to go with the flow...
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#19
I do see what you're saying, LK...and I do believe that things happen that can't be explained. I do want to understand it better...right now, the tools that we have are good at ruling things out...not always so much for proving what has eluded us so far.
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#20
Heh, this just happened to me. I filled up a glass of water, got up for a second, now I have no idea where it is. I've looked everywhere. Oh well, I'm just going to get another glass of water.
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