We walk around in the dark looking for a 'spirit'. What we may miss however is that there is some amazing 'human spirit' right here in front of us in the paranormal field.
While it can be easy to just follow, don't lose yourself by jumping on the bandwagon. Think for yourself!
Abacomancy is an ancient form of divination where people would 'read' the patterns in sand or dirt to predict their future.
Here are some fun word search games, jeopardy and even some colouring sheets to keep you busy and give your paranormal fix!, Word Search, Jeopardy, Word Scramble & Colouring pages
We talk about applying critical thinking to the way we investigate the paranormal, but sometimes it is easier said than done. How does knowledge help us? Does anomalistic psychology help? What are the characteristics of a critical thinker and how can we apply this to the way we investigate the paranormal?
Nothing can clear a room faster than cracking open a Ouija board. Is it really evil or just another tool of communication? Let's look at the history of the Ouija board and explore the stigmas around them.
Do we find what we are looking for simply because we believe in it? What is self fulfilling prophecy and how does it connect to the paranormal? Could our belief fuel potential paranormal activity?
Clustering Illusion is form of cognitive bias where a person sees a pattern in what are random sequences or events. How does this affect the way we think about paranormal phenomena? Is it random or is synchronicity?
There is something empowering about putting yourself out there as a female in the darkness of night. While there are many historical figures to look up to, it is the everyday women that I admire.
While many attribute the name Rhine to J.B Rhine the famous psychical researcher who invented Zener Cards for testing of ESP, there was another Rhine making waves in the world of parapsychology. Louisa E Rhine was a pivotal member of JB Rhine's research while also being known for her papers and books on spontaneous cases.