Re: Re: Dr. Bain and "Real Evidence"
Jun 18, 1998 10:59 PM
by Annette Rivington
W. Dallas TenBroeck wrote:
> Now, if we set to work and accumulated in various categories all
> the current testimony in books and articles, the information that
> so far has been made available in books and magazines for the
> past hundred years, we might get some attention. Some come from
> Professors, who dare to investigate this delicate area, and some
> evidence is from ordinary people. But, what I mean is: Can we
> present enough in a concentrated mass so that the attention of
> the serious inquirer is held. How do we go about showing that
> there is more than "moonshine" present ? What could we present
Thanks for your comments.
I would just like to say that I think the great thing about these occult
type things and other-plane experiences *is* that they follow no set
pattern, cannot be reproduced at will, cannot be manipulated, cannot be
tested, and have not become pap for mass production. These experiences
are very personal and appear to defy our simplistic logic. They may be
our last best hope for individual spirituality and as such, simply
manifest without as the student seeks within.
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