Friday, September 21, 2018

The Occult, Video 195: Incubus, Succubus

The Occult, Video 195: Incubus, Succubus

A Debunking Death blog Visitor, BrendanM420, shares:

I've experimented with summoning sexual spirits and can attest to their reality. I have seen many things including inanimate objects such as body pillows and bed sheets take on the appearance, from the distance of 5 feet or so, of a naked woman shaking her ass. I know it sounds unbelievable, but it was a striking visual experience. I believe one could get these entities to inhabit a sex doll, some of which are called entity dolls interestingly enough. So they could have physical aspect in these ways. I agree they are insatiable and they emit this energy. I think they could cause one to die from overexertion and dehydration or something like that from influencing someone's actions with their energy. Tulpa's may be at play here as well. It's hard to say.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Take note, SJW's: Halloween - New Trailer [HD]

Johnathan Collier
Take note, SJW's: THIS is how you do a strong female character, not by shoehorning them in and forcing them down peoples' throats or destroying an established character.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

Saturday, September 15, 2018



...“The paranormal conspiracy seeks to subvert and ultimately transform the rational view of the world through mysterious entities that thrive on instability, confusion and fear,” Dailey said. “A demonic virtual reality is taking place.”

The ubiquity of high-quality cell phone cameras has made belief in bigfoot increasingly untenable. As more time passes and the paucity of photographic evidence becomes more apparent, the more unlikely an 8-foot, undiscovered ape roams the forests of North America. While groups like the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization continue to endorse a biological description of bigfoot, or sasquatch, Dailey positions the absence of physical evidence as evidence of a non-physical explanation.
“Number One: you have many, many reliable observers who have seen bigfoot, these are not kids on a prank. The second thing is: a virtual absence of any evidence of their existence,” Dailey told Mefferd. “So it shows that what’s going on is not really a physical phenomena. It’s real, it’s a projection, it’s a demonic virtual reality, but it’s not ‘nuts and bolts,’ or, in this case, ‘flesh and blood.’”
For Dailey, bigfoot isn’t biological, but part of a larger complex of paranormal activity, including UFO sightings and alien abduction...

Mefferd brought up an anecdote from Dailey’s book, in which a woman encountered a bigfoot at night and tried to shoot it, but the animal vanished. “That’s one of many stories, but you know, bigfoot and UFO researchers are loath to admit that, because they’re tied into the nuts and bolts, three-dimensional existence of these creatures,” Dailey said. “They’re not open really to a spiritual explanation, because then you’d have to discuss the reality of evil.”
“This woman in Pennsylvania, she shot it at point-blank range in the middle of the night, when she saw this creature. It just evaporated. It disappeared and up in the sky there were UFO lights. So oftentimes, you wouldn’t think it, UFOs and bigfoots and others of these kind of phenomena are tied, and often occur simultaneously.”
While Dailey’s theory, which replaces one paranormal explanation for another, is designed in opposition to existing UFO and bigfoot research, the repetition of a particular idiom—”nuts and bolts”—suggests Dailey may find more traction with traditional UFO researchers than he might suspect.
A “senior manager” involved in the secret Pentagon UFO program, first revealed by the New York Times in December, described the government-funded investigation as delving into similarly non-physical areas of research, including “invisible entities” and “poltergeist activity.”
“The investigations by [ Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies] provided new lines of evidence showing that the UFO phenomenon was a lot more than nuts and bolts machines,” the unnamed senior manager said in a statement to KLAS-TV in Las Vegas.


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Monday, September 10, 2018

Unexplained Voices

Excerpt from the book Mysteries of the Unknown - Hauntings. Click on image to enlarge.

William G. Roll

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William G. Roll
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BornJuly 3, 1926
DiedJanuary 9, 2012 (aged 85)
OccupationParapsychologist, writer
RelativesWilliam Roll (father)
Academic background
Alma mater
Academic work
DisciplinePsychologist, parapsychologist
InstitutionsUniversity of West Georgia
William G. Roll (July 3, 1926 – January 9, 2012) was a noted psychologist and parapsychologist on the faculty of the Psychology Department of the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Georgia, in the United States.

Early years[edit]

Roll was born in 1926 in BremenGermany where his father was American Vice-consul. At the age of 3, after his parents divorced, he moved to Denmark with his mother Gudrun Agerholm Roll. According to Roll whilst he was in his childhood in Denmark he began having out-of-body experiences at night.[1] His mother died in 1942 and in 1946 he went to America with his father, who had come to Denmark with the American Allied forces. During the last year of the war, Roll participated in the Danish resistance movement against the Germans.


Roll enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley in 1947 where he received his BA majoring in philosophy and psychology. A year after graduating he went on to Oxford University where he did parapsychology research for eight years. During this period, he was president of the Oxford University Society for Psychical Research. At Oxford, he wrote his thesis which earned him his M. Litt. degree, "Theory and Experiment in Psychical Research". His thesis was later published in the United States by Arno Press.
Sometimes credited as William Roll, or informally, Bill Roll, he was a parapsychologist since the 1950s and authored or coauthored many investigation research papers, articles, and four books: The Poltergeist (1972), Theory and Experiment in Psychical Research (1975), Psychic Connections (1995, with co-author Lois Duncan), and Unleashed: Of Poltergeists and Murder: The Curious Story of Tina Resch (2004, with co-author Valerie Storey). He is also notable for making several appearances in the television show Unsolved Mysteries, among them an episode discussing disturbances on the RMS Queen Mary. (In this episode he was mistakenly credited as being Danish-born.)
Roll was invited by J. B. Rhine to join the Parapsychology Laboratory of Duke University, where he worked from 1957-1964. In 1964 he became president of the Parapsychological Association. In 1958, he coined the term "recurrent spontaneous psychokinesis" (RSPK)[2] in a research paper written with J. G. Pratt that dealt with their investigation of objects moving in a home in Seaford, Long Island, New York USA, that was centered on a 12-year-old son of an affected family.[3] It was Roll's first case.[4]
In 1961, Roll became project director of the Psychical Research Foundation (PRF), an offshoot of J. B. Rhine's Laboratory. After Rhine's retirement from Duke, the PRF left the Duke campus, but in 1969 it returned to Duke as a sponsored program of the School of Electrical Engineering.[5][6] The connection between Duke and the Foundation ended in the late 1970s.[7]
Roll received a Ph.D. in psychology from Lund University in 1989 for a thesis entitled, "This World or That: An Examination of Parapsychological Findings Suggestive of the Survival of Human Personality After Death".
In the 80s and 90s, Roll held various positions at University of West Georgia, including Professor of Psychology and Psychical Research, assistant professor, and instructor. In later years, Roll retired from teaching, though he taught a course in parapsychology at the University of West Georgia in 2007, and continued to write, speak at conferences, and conduct occasional investigations. He was awarded the Parapsychological Award for a Distinguished Career in Parapsychology in 1996 and the Dinsdale Memorial Award from the Society of Scientific Exploration in 2002.
Roll's most famous case was as the lead investigator on the 1984 "Columbus Poltergeist" case, in which remarkable color photos were taken by a veteran newspaper photographer for the Columbus Dispatch newspaper, Fred Shannon, which allegedly showed spontaneous telekinesis events in action occurring in the home of Columbus, Ohio teenager Tina Resch.
Roll's research and published writing concerning psychic phenomena focused on theorizing about and testing for scientific explanations, but some of his theories postulated concepts that extend beyond mainstream science.[7][8]
Roll's last research, as presented to the American Psychological Association, claimed that the root cause of psychic phenomena is a combination of modern physics (i.e., quantum mechanics) and neuroscience. According to Roll all objects and individuals have "psi fields" around them which are the carriers of psi information.[9]