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*to be made visible, to clearly be displayed*. Spirit entities will manifest, presenting a physical appearance to the living, via various forms including light and shadow presentation. Spirits will utilize any available energy source including heat and electricity. *Britannica

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*Matrixing is a natural tendency of the mind to find familiar shapes in complex images and shapes.  In some cases folks will be adamant they see face in a tree stump.  And although it may be seen by many.  That doesn’t … Continue reading

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*A medium is a person who claims to be able to communicate with the spirits of dead people with abilities of channelling communication between the earthly world and the spirit realm*. Mediums can act a conduit between the living and the dead relaying … Continue reading

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me·​tem·​psy·​cho·​sis Greek word: metempsychosis. *Metempsychosis (also known as reincarnation) is the passing of a soul, at death, into another body either human or animal. Religious philosphy* *Merriam-Webster

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*Voice mimicking is a phenomena whereby spirit entities will actively mimic voices of the living*. *

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*a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, a religion founded in the US in 1830 by Joseph Smith, Jr. **Mormons generally do believe in some aspect of the supernatural. They are aware that the paranormal exists yet … Continue reading

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*the practice of religious ecstasies (religious experiences during alternate states of consciousness) with related ideologies, rites, myths, legends, and magic. The term ‘mystic’ is derived from the Greek word ‘mystes’, meaning secret mysterious cult or religion*. *Britannica.

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Myth / Folklore

A myth is a folklore used to portray a story which is not objectively true or fact. Usually surrounding supernatural beings/historical events. *Oxford/Britannica

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