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For anyone who has ever investigated a poltergeist

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#1    rainbow_serpent


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Posted 23 February 2004 - 04:07 AM

  Lets say poltergeist phonemenon is caused by RSPK. Have you ever heard of anyone unknowingly using that power to make items dissapear in other rooms? My poltergeist experience a few months ago was very low key. ( Electronics turning themselves off, paper flying across the table, etc.) Again, could I have caused these items to dissaper withouth knowing it? Has that ever been reported?

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Posted 23 February 2004 - 05:34 AM


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Posted 23 February 2004 - 07:28 AM

Rainbow serpent , theoretically it is possible that PK energy produced by you could effect your surroundings ,causing things to disapear .
However there are dozens of theories that could explain poltergiest activity and each one of them probable .
The best way to try and determine what trigers  these events is to study as many cases of apparent poltergiest activity and look for triggers and similarities .
So now hopefully I can incourage you to post a more detailed account of what happened to you . Do you think you where the catalyst for these events ?

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Posted 23 February 2004 - 07:01 PM

QUOTE (SilverCougar @ Feb 23 2004, 04:34 AM)

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RSPK - Recurrent Spontaneous Psycho Kinesis ~  believed to be the source of most poltergeist activity.

Apports or Materialization - Objects that show up, seemingly out of nowhere. These items instantly appear (apport) and are supposed gifts from the spirits.

There have been many threads on this subject Rainbow, so hopefully you will find one that helps you.

'Poltergeist activity is also known as RSPK: recurrent spontaneous psychokinesis. It is typified by movement of objects, rappings, or other unusual physical effects that center around a certain person (the agent) in a certain location. The physical effects of poltergeist phenomena are believed to be the result of involuntary use of psychokinesis by the agent.
        The agent is typically experiencing repressed stress and/or emotions and RSPK seems to be a rare form of stress reaction or relief. In some cases, RSPK situations are known to occur when the agent has an epileptic-like neurology. Poltergeist phenomena can also on rare occasion involve apparition-like figures, though these figures seem to be mental projections created by the psyche of the agent and have no inherent intelligence of their own.
        Poltergeist situations usually last two weeks to two months, and generally end when the stress is removed or rechanneled, or when the agent becomes aware that s/he is causing the phenomena. RSPK is also effective at a micro-level and may sometimes be the cause of malfunctions of computers and other electronic equipment and appliances'


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Posted 29 February 2004 - 10:25 PM

i dig......

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