The Dark Side Of Paranormal

How can you recognize the difference between demons, shadow people and negative earthbound spirits? June Lundgren discusses each of these creatures, weaknesses, fears, appearances, abilities and how to get rid of them…if possible. Ginny Silcox continues our discussion on directed energy weapons, mind control and 5G. Dr. James Fetzer continues his foray on how to spot a false flag. Mel K talks news of the day. Leave the world you think you know behind and join us at the Dark Outpost!

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  1. Paranormal
    Paranormal investigation is the examination of phenomena that cannot be explained by normal scientific examination. Generally, paranormal investigation deals with ghosts, ESP, psychic phenomena, etc. The word, “paranormal,” according to, is “of or pertaining to the claimed occurrence of an event or perception without scientific explanation, as psychokinesis, extrasensory perception, or other purportedly supernatural phenomena.”
    At 1 Thess. 5:21 the Bible tells us to examine all things. Therefore, it would seem that it is okay to examine even such events. But for the Christian we need to be careful because to look into them for the purpose of entertainment or receiving guidance is sinful. We are not to be involved in anything cultic. However, on the other hand it is possible for a Christian to investigate the various “supernatural” phenomena for the purpose of exposing them as false.
    As long as the Christian has the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ as a central motivation for his studies and investigation into such phenomena, then paranormal investigation could be something for a Christian to do.
    “What does the Bible say about ghosts / hauntings?”
    You’re home alone. Everything is fine. Then you hear something. Maybe a loud thump or a door creaking, and suddenly you’ve gone from fine to frightened. You grab the nearest weapon (which is often something useless like a hairbrush) and move slowly toward the noise. Then you see it. Is it a monster? Is it some crazy killer with a hook hand? Nope. It’s the cat. You breathe a sigh of relief and vow never to get that scared again. Then you hear a door creak behind you, and you quickly arm yourself with the nearest feather duster.
    Over the years, a massive amount of movies and TV shows have attempted to frighten us with a wide assortment of monsters – ghosts, vampires, demons, devils, zombies, etc. Chances are you’ve screamed and thrown your popcorn because of one of them. And the more realistic it is, the scarier.
    There are people telling about their experiences with the paranormal. How they caught “ghosts” on their camera that took different shapes and did various things and what people thought these things were. Some said it was their dead loved ones, some said dead former residents who invaded their house and wanted them out. Some thought they were helpers. But none of these things are true.
    one in five Americans now believe in ghosts, but also they claim to have seen one, a number that has doubled over the past decade since Ghost Hunters debuted in 2004. That’s according to a 2009 poll by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life. (The Pew poll is conservative compared to others inquiring simply about beliefs: 48 percent of Americans believe in ghosts, according to a poll that same year by CBS; 45 percent, according to a poll earlier this year by the Huffington Post.)

    Ghost Hunters is a weekly program that airs on the SCIFI Channel. Here is a synopsis: Investigators from The North Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) began to broadcast their investigations. They take calls from around the country from those who believe that their place of residence is “haunted.” Each show consists of the investigation crew traveling to the “haunted” location and listening to stories from the witnesses. After this they set up their cameras, night vision and thermal imaging, and begin to walk around in the dark looking for some type of communication from the dead or paranormal experience.

    Since Ghost Hunters began a few years ago, there has been a massive surgence of television shows about paranormal activity. From Ghost Hunters spin-offs to reenactments of “actual” hauntings, the entertainment business has found a niche to peak and feed peoples’ curiosity and they make millions of dollars to booth. Its popularity cannot be ignored.

    In today’s world interest in the paranormal is on the rise and growing more popular by the day. As interest in ghosts, spirits and the paranormal increases we see a corresponding increase in books, movies, events and TV shows revolving around ghost hunting and the paranormal.

    Today paranormal research is trying to breach the realm of legitimate science and shows on how to be a real life ghost hunter are becoming more and more common place. We see community college courses on the paranormal, mysticism and ghosts hunting along with seminars, events, psychic fairs and paranormal weekends.

    As the paranormal grows in popularity we see a corresponding increase in new age thinking, mysticism and spiritualism growing out of perceptions and beliefs about the afterlife, beliefs that have been shaped and made popular through the subject of paranormal activity which is totality against God’s word the Bible.

    More than one in three feel they’ve been in contact with the dead, whether that’s through a ghost, a psychic or other means.
    Again a great many people today believe in ghosts. So let’s turn to the Bible for truthful answers so we will not be fooled by such lies.
    The Bible says at Ps. 146:3,4 that after the person dies his or her spirit returns to God at death, and all consciousness ceases The Bible is quite plain that people do not return to their previous houses or towns in any way after they are dead; there can be no such thing as a ‘spirit’ or ‘ghost’ haunting such a place after the person has died. Job 20:7-9 could not express this in more blunt terms: “(Man) shall perish forever like his own dung: they which have seen him shall say, Where is he? He…shall not be found…The eye also which saw him shall see him no more; neither shall his place (house/town) any more behold him”. Job 7:9,10 is similar: “He that goeth down to the grave…shall return no more to his house, neither shall his place know him any more”. A humble acceptance of this will lead us to discount all claims to have seen the ‘ghosts’ of dead people, haunting their old houses. Such experiences must at best be tricks of the imagination.
    A ghost or spirit of a dead person can’t come back because the bible says, we die once. Heb 9:27 says about the dead >>> And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment.”
    The dead are unconscious, know nothing….
    Ecclesiastes 9:5, 10
    For the living know that they will die, but the dead know nothing; they have no further reward, and even their name is forgotten. Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might, for in the realm of the dead, where you are going, there is neither working nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom. The Bible is telling us that the dead know nothing so there are no such beings as ghosts going around doing hauntings or Paranormal activities.
    Psalms 115:17-18
    “The dead praise not the LORD, neither any that go down into silence.
    But we will bless the LORD from this time forth and for evermore. Praise the LORD.”
    Here the power of the dead is contrasted with the living. The dead are silent, they cannot intercede for us, they can’t speak, they cannot talk to or praise God, as they know nothing. They are in silence, oblivious unconsciousness awaiting the day when they must all stand before God and give account.
    What Does the Bible Say About Talking to the Dead?
    Is there such a thing as a sixth sense? Is it possible to communicate with the spirit world? Popular television shows like Ghost Whisperer, Medium and John Edward Cross Country all seem to suggest that talking to the dead and communicating with spirits is quite possible. But what does the Bible say about talking to the dead?
    What Does the Old Testament Say?
    The Old Testament warns against consulting with mediums and psychics in several instances. These practices are considered detestable to the Lord.

    This being the case it follows that it is futile to attempt to contact or communicate with the deceased. Yet there are many who do so and are willing to pay those who claim to facilitate such communication. Such endeavors are condemned in the Bible.

    Leviticus 20:6 says “And the person who turns to mediums and familiar spirits, to prostitute himself with them, I will set My face against that person and cut him off from his people”.
    Deuteronomy 18:10,11 “There shall not be found among you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire, or one who practices witchcraft, or a soothsayer, or one who interprets omens, or a sorcerer, or one who conjures spells, or a medium, or a spiritist, or one who calls up the dead”.
    Any attempt to contact the dead therefore shows a serious misunderstanding of the ample Bible teaching concerning this (see Is. 8:19,20).
    We have shown that the spirit of man refers to the breath/life force within him, which returns to God when he dies (Ecc. 12:7). This means that his spirit is not moving around as a ‘ghost’, nor is it free to possess another person or animal so that the man’s personality is continued through them.
    The dead are not in heaven but are awaiting the resurrection.
    The Bible teaches that the responsible dead (both just and unjust) will be raised, and together with the living, will be assembled before the judgment seat of Christ at his coming for John 5:26-29 says “For as the Father hath life in himself; so hath he given to the Son to have life in himself; And hath given him authority to execute judgment also, because he is the Son of man. Marvel not at this: for the hour is coming, in the which all that are in the graves shall hear his voice, And shall come forth; they that have done good, unto the resurrection of life; and they that have done evil, unto the resurrection of damnation.”
    Now we know there are no ghosts, vampires, demons, devils or other monsters. However, all of the other stories and folklore about other supernatural beings are simply stories. As much as many want to believe in ghosts, the Bible does not confirm the existence of such or any other supernatural beings. The Bible confirms what is real and what is not. But beyond that is where reality stops and our imagination begins.
    Paranormal messages are always the same and always follows the same path that leads us away from the Bible, away from Yahweh and His son Christ Jesus and away from the Salvation God alone provides. There are dangers in dealing the paranormal and things may not be what they appear to be and ultimately may lead to our own harm and turning us away from Christ and the truth of the Bible.
    The messages given to us through paranormal contact often tells us not to believe in the Bible, often claiming it’s outdated and not meant to be followed literally but we know now from all the scriptures we quoted from the Bible today that the dead are still in their graves waiting for the resurrection to be judged. There are no Ghost Period!!!
    There are No Vampires, No Demons, No Devils, No zombies, No etc.!!!
    Hope This Helped

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