Spirit Encounters While Digging Treasure?

#41
Calvin, stop thinking too much. Just dig and be done with it. If it ain't actually hurting you, this "thing", why respond or worry about it?

I don't believe in ghosts, spirits, gobblins, boogeymen, good luck, bad luck, bigfoot, the Lock Ness monster, ESP, UFOs, the CIA or the FBI.

Nothing worries me at all. I haven't been afraid of odd noises and misty nights since I was 3 years old. But this from a girl who carries a gun and doesn't sweat the small stuff.

Jane

Just now I noted the date of Calvin's first encounter. Isn't this what they call a zombie post? You know, a dead post come back alive.
 
#43
3 out of 4 Americains believe in some aspect of the paranormal, at least according to this Gallop Poll. Doesn't mean that anything is going on that is out of the ordinary but it sure is food for thought.

http://home.sandiego.edu/~baber/logic/gallup.html
Food for thought? I don't eat where you eat. It's all nonsense. Next time anyone sees a shadow, moving mist, or floating something? just attack it, walk right up and it goes away. Not that it was there in the first place. Humans are suggestible animals, easily programed to fear. Simply refuse to fear and be freed of foolish emotion gone awry.

Jane
 

bdahunter

TQ's Master Pirate
#44
Food for thought? I don't eat where you eat. It's all nonsense. Next time anyone sees a shadow, moving mist, or floating something? just attack it, walk right up and it goes away. Not that it was there in the first place. Humans are suggestible animals, easily programed to fear. Simply refuse to fear and be freed of foolish emotion gone awry.

Jane
Ignorance is Bliss. You just keep hanging on to those convictions and you won't ever have to whistle in the dark. Unless you have an actual encounter with something unnatural, then you may have to adjust your opinion.
There are no atheists in a foxhole.:pbiggrin:
 

schoser

Well-Known Member
#45
Ignorance is Bliss. You just keep hanging on to those convictions and you won't ever have to whistle in the dark. Unless you have an actual encounter with something unnatural, then you may have to adjust your opinion.
There are no atheists in a foxhole.:pbiggrin:
:bthumb:
 
#46
This is one case where you are wrong. I have been in company with other kids in our local graveyard and had the whole bunch run like ninnies when soft smoke formed over a surface burial tomb. It was very dark, the smoke did seem to have a shape that did not seem to move with the tropical air.

It scared my pals. It made me curious as hell. So over I go, alone and in the dark. All my girlfriends are screeching at me, my boyfriend is almost in a panic. I ignore them, I gotta see this thing. I get there and it's two other kids smoking a bone. They were really going at it, too. Fatty like a yule log.

I laughed, they jumped. Another ghost bit the dust. Not once did my heart rate jump a click. I do not scare at all where nonsense is involved and ghosts and gobblins are nonsense.

But if you are ever in Key West. Look me up. I'll take your hand and walk you through the old grave yard at midnight, say soothing things in your ear. Guarantee you'll make it out alive.


Non-suggestible Jane
 

bdahunter

TQ's Master Pirate
#47
Perfectly logical and explainable phenomena, keeping your wits about you allowed you to verify what you saw as a natural occurrence. Now what would you have done if what you saw and felt were not natural?
Just because you haven't experienced something personally doesn't mean it doesn't exist, it just means that you haven't experienced it, yet. Apparently these sorts of phenomena happen quite often and not all can be explained by two guys smoking a big fatty.:rofl: Good story though and should I ever make it down to Key West we can walk through the cemetary at midnight together, you'll be safer if I am there should something unnatural occur because I have experience and you don't.
Things go bump in the night and it's not always the cat.:laugh:
 
#49
Nobody has ever been listed in the newspaper as "Killed by a ghost". No reports of serial goblins rampaging schools. Any time I've seen something odd I approach it. I'm still here. If it IS a ghost, why the heck should I fear it? Why would anyone fear a spirit in visible form? It can't hurt you. (Can't believe I'm even writing - what if see a real one.) The Christian religion, especially Catholics, are spirit, goblin based. The Holy Father. Not hard to understand how a person can be preloaded to believe in ghost, but why fear them?

So tell us of your epic experience and I'll tell you what I would have done. What disturbs me is a full-grown man not only believes in the supernatural but fears it. I cannot get my head around such behavior.

Jane
 

bdahunter

TQ's Master Pirate
#50
I'm sorry but can you please point out to me where I said that I fear the supernatural? I have experienced things that cannot be explained by science, I am curious about it and repectful of these phenomena the way any scientist would be curious but wary when approaching unexplained phenomena.
The christian religion is not the only religion to address these phenomena; all of the world,s religions have addressed them over the centuries which gives credence if only because of the staying power of a global experience over the millenia.
Science is often full of itself, arrogant in its' ignorance. Just because science cannot measure or explain phenomena yet does not mean that the phenomena doesn't exist. I'll post a story explaining one encounter, not because I hope to jar you out of the age of infinite wisdom but because I lived it, I wrote it and I think I did a pretty good job of putting the facts into a story that is worth the read.
 

schoser

Well-Known Member
#51
You are most certainly entitled to your opinion. Some believe~some don't! No big deal so lets not get too emotional about it, huh?:cool:
 
#52
I said it a while back this post is super fun!!:smile:

I had another crazy experience the other day MDing. It was nothing like the green cloud I discussed earlier but scared me just the same.

I was at a very remote old battlefield here in Kansas. I was getting several good signals. After I dug the 3rd hole and was on the fourth I heard a womans voice saying hello. I shrugged it off and went to the next hole as I leaned down again to get the target I heard the same womans voice saying hello :shock:. No one was around and it was getting late. This happened every time I dug a hole and went to retreive the target :shock:. I was really freaked out and left :shock:. When I got home I told my wife what had happend.

She just laughed and said that I had been butt dialing her with my cell phone and she was the woman saying hello. :yikes:




HA HA NOT!
 
#56
i saw ball lightning when i was a little kid scared me untill i realized what it was
thought it was a ufo really cool looked like white glowing basketballs floating threw the air
happend after a big thunderstorm very still and muggy about 3 AM
curtis
 

kennyui

Active Member
#57
Me being a Christian and a catholic.....Why is it that people believe that "only" catholics should be brought up in any conversation as this one?
I totally agree with you Eric and I for one also will not doubt your experience or stories you have.....


Again ones that question religion of any sort should not comment or disagree with any of their faith in what they believe in.....
Just because those people that do comment think that they are always right, are usually wrong about faith cus they have none.......
Only in the flesh of their faith do they believe and keep it to ones self....
Trying to question someones faith only makes those people look lost....
I am not trying to start anything with anyone but some comments should be left unsaid......If one doesn't agree with another person story and just wants to put them down has a bad case of ADD.....
Again I am not and I mean really not trying to start anything with anyone but PLEASE leave these type of comments alone and lets get back to the gist of the story from the beginning.....Please....:bthumb::smile:
 

bdahunter

TQ's Master Pirate
#58
bdahunter, you already have such a story in print and ready to go? Was it published before or something? I would like to read it if it's not inconvenient.

Jane
I wrote it a couple of years ago, Jane. It is posted under Everything Else 'Hunter's Lodge' parts 1 & 2.
I know you have the courage of your convictions and can give as good as you get but I don't ever mean to offend. I hope in pressing the point I have not offended you in any way.

Eric
 
#59
I wrote it a couple of years ago, Jane. It is posted under Everything Else 'Hunter's Lodge' parts 1 & 2.
I know you have the courage of your convictions and can give as good as you get but I don't ever mean to offend. I hope in pressing the point I have not offended you in any way.

Eric
You cannot offend me, Eric. No person taping on a keyboard in cyberspace can offend me. Nice of you to be considerate, however. I only respond to you because you're interesting. I don't waste time on nitwits.

Janes
 

bdahunter

TQ's Master Pirate
#60
You cannot offend me, Eric. No person taping on a keyboard in cyberspace can offend me. Nice of you to be considerate, however. I only respond to you because you're interesting. I don't waste time on nitwits.

Janes
I couldn't agree more but TQ is family friendly as forums go so in reviewing our discussion I see that we are pushing the envelope for this forum. Check out 'Hunter's Lodge' in Everything Else for a good read.
 
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