Paranormal Perception Crew (PPC)


Reincarnation - The belief that a person's soul will, following bodily death, inhabit a new body in a long cycle of rebirths, purportedly for the soul's evolution through gaining experience.

Wiccan - (wicca) the polytheistic nature religion of modern witchcraft whose central deity is a mother goddess; claims origins in pre-Christian pagan religions of western Europe.

Pagan - A person holding religious beliefs other than those of the main world religions. 

Satanism - The worship of Satan

- a monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus as embodied in the New Testament and emphasizing the role of Jesus as savior.

Judaism  - is the "religion, philosophy, and way of life" of the Jewish people. Originating in the Hebrew Bible (also known as the Tanakh) and explored in later texts such as the Talmud, it is considered by Jews to be the expression of the covenantal relationship God developed with the Children of Israel.

Islam - The monotheistic religious system of Muslims founded in Arabia in the 7th century and based on the teachings of Muhammad as laid down in the Koran; "Islam is a complete way of life, not a Sunday religion".

Santeria - A pantheistic Afro-Cuban religious cult developed from the beliefs and customs of the Yoruba people and incorporating some elements of the Catholic religion.

Voodoo - A religion practiced chiefly in Caribbean countries, especially Haiti, syncretized from Roman Catholic ritual elements and the animism and magic of slaves from West Africa, in which a supreme God rules a large pantheon of local and tutelary deities, deified ancestors, and saints, who communicate with believers in dreams, trances, and ritual possessions. Also called vodoun.

Akasha - is believed by some mystical doctrines to be a mystical, spiritual substance where "memories" are stored since the beginning of time.  It is one of the five elements in Hindu philosophy and is often described as a form of atmosphere or ether.  The Akasha is thought by some to contain a record of everything that has ever happened, but also everything that will ever come to pass in the future.  Theosophists believe that persons with special psychic powers can tap into the Akasha or "Astral Light".  They achieve this by using their astral bodies or "astral senses" to search for spiritual insights which have been stored for all eternity.

Scientology - A religious system based on the seeking of self-knowledge and spiritual fulfillment through graded courses of study and training. It was founded by American science-fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard (1911–86) in 1955.

Demonology – is the systematic study of demons or beliefs about demons. It is the branch of theology relating to superhuman beings who are not gods. It deals both with benevolent beings that have no circle of worshipers or so limited a circle as to be below the rank of gods, and with malevolent beings of all kinds. The original sense of “demon”, from the time of Homer Onward, was a benevolent being, but in English the name now holds connotations of malevolence.

Angelology - The study of angels. Angels have been grouped into nine categories, from lowest to highest: angel, virtue, archangel, power, principality, minion, throne, cherub, and seraph.

Parapsychology – is a discipline that seeks to investigate the existence and causes and conditions of psychic abilities, near-death experiences, out-of-body experiences, crisis apparitions, retro-cognitions, reincarnation memories, regression memories, prophecy, astrology, ghosts and life after death. Parapsychological experiments have included the use of random number generators to test for evidence of precognition and psychokinesis with both human and animal subjects. And Ganzfeld experiment to test for ESP.

Crypto-zoology - The branch of paranormal research, which deals with the exploration of legendary creatures such as Bigfoot, lake and sea monsters, thunderbirds, etc.

Occam’s Razor - "the simplest explanation is most likely the correct one."  is a principle that generally recommends, when faced with competing hypotheses that are equal in other respects, selecting the one that makes the fewest new assumptions

Geomagnetism and the paranormal - in some paranormal research geomagnetism can be linked with the occurrence of paranormal and anomalous phenomena. studies have shown apparent connections between the timing of paranormal reports (such as ghosts, UFOs, cryptids) and variations in the geomagnetic field.

Geomagnetic weather - Geomagnetic variations (or geomagnetic 'weather') are not as dramatic as many people imagine. Though they do cause auroras and can even bring down electrical regional power supplies, local overall field changes are far from dramatic. A large geomagnetic storm produces a reduction of around 0.5% in the overall field. What is more, this change is spread over many hours. Most storms are far less intense than that. Thus, local field variations are not hugely dramatic at all. It seems doubtful, on the face of it, that such minor field variations could lead to significant changes in the number of paranormal reports though more research is needed.

Geological faults
- A fault is fracture in the local rock strata. It is effectively a crack along which rock strata move. This does not mean that you would necessarily see a big crack if you actually saw a fault (though sometimes you can, in cliff faces, for instance). The movement along faults is caused by tectonic forces (such as tectonic plates moving). Faults are not usually a clean single line but an area of compressed rock (where rocks have moved or are under extreme pressure) on either side of the line, called a fault zone. The reason why paranormal researchers are interested in faults is partly because of rare (anomalous) phenomena called earthquake lights but mostly because of the Tectonic Strain Theory.

Tectonic strain theory  - The most popular idea linking geology and reports of the paranormal is the Tectonic Strain Theory. Essentially, the Tectonic Strain Theory (TST) states that stresses within the Earth’s crust, less than those required to produce an earthquake, may result in highly localized surface electromagnetic disturbances through piezoelectricity (or some other mechanism) in sub-surface rocks. Piezoelectricity is the phenomenon whereby certain crystals, notably quartz, produce an electric charge across opposite crystal faces when under physical pressure or strain. It is hypothesized that the electric and magnetic fields produced by such rock strain will be commonest near geological faults. These cracks in the Earth's crust are, like cracks in most objects, signs of strain and movement.

Ionized Air & the Paranormal - Although anomalous paranormal occurrences take place on the infrared portion of the EM spectrum they create a pocket of ionized air when they physically manifest in our local environment. The bioelectric charge of the anomaly creates a weak electrical matrix in the local atmosphere when the anomaly manifests. The electrical matrix then ionizes the air around the area of the manifestation. The ionized air symmetrically radiates outward from the point of manifestation and is experienced as a cool sensation or, as paranormal investigators calls it, a cold spot. From this explanation we understand that although the manifestation takes place in the infrared spectrum it is actually the ionized air that creates the cooling effect. Spirits draw energy from the air as well as electrical devices, Electrical storms, nd thermal energy from people and animals. Using ionizers would increase the amount of energy aids in spirit manifestation.

Full Moon Theory – The phases of the moon have an affect on the geomagnetic field. Most paranormal investigators believe that geomagnetic fields are strongest at the full moon and new moon phases causing paranormal activity to intensify. 

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