Ghosts are Real. About ghosts, Ancestral religions exist around the globe
and the wheel of the year in magical traditions. Jyoti Eagles
Ghost Are Real
As a clairvoyant, and as many of my colleagues confer – there is nothing supernatural or unnatural about their existence. Ghosts are real. Quantum Physics is, at last, paving the way for a better understanding of the universe and what lies behind the order of creation and the world as we know it.
That religion and science are one and the same. They have discovered that the universe exists of photons, colour, sound, and various waves that behave in a predictable and structured way. As Einstein says, “When forced to summarize the general theory of relativity in one sentence: Time and space and gravitation have no separate existence from matter.” E=mc2.
Everything vibrates at its own unique frequency,
which is what makes it, what it is.
Consider a ghostly thought. It is energy, right? What happens to a thought when we stop thinking about it? Just because we can’t see it doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. So what happens to all the thoughts and experiences of a person’s life? Just because their body no longer exists in a material sense it doesn’t mean that these vibrations also stop existing.
I sometimes use this example to explain how we as clairvoyants pick up on what others are thinking or what is in their subconscious that they are wanting to connect with when they come to us for reading. It’s like two intercepting laser beams create a holographic image.
We tap into that energy form and collapse the wave. In my opinion, the ghost is a conglomeration of the accumulated thoughts and experiences of a person’s lifetime, still clustered together before they cross that river and systematically pull it all apart and return it bit by bit to the accumulated experiences of mankind. Back to the One.
Sometimes people haven’t quite realized they are dead or they have some unfinished business to attend to before they journey further. Sometimes their loved ones hold them here. But for whatever reason, this etheric decomposition has been halted, and they continue to believe they exist until they don’t. Perhaps this also explains re-incarnation – but the mystery is called the mystery because it is a mystery.
Consider a drop of rain. It falls and becomes a part of a puddle or pond, river, or ocean until it evaporates and returns to the sky again as a cloud. Then it picks up a little bit of this and a little bit of that – depending on its surroundings – until it returns once more to earth as another raindrop.
Ancestral religions exist around the globe and the wheel of the year in magical traditions designates Samhain ( Halloween ) as a time when the veil between the two worlds in thinnest and when it is most congenial to ask our ancestors for advice on the year ahead.
There has been a lot of time and effort on the part of religion and those who wish to tip the balance of power in their favour to promote fear of the unknown. We are only beginning to scratch the surface of what we are capable of. Or is that re-scratch. © Jyoti Eagles