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Paranormal Survey
People have been asking me to clarify the surveys I have had running.

Essentially there are three. UPDATE: currently there is only one survey open.

The first is the reopened thesis survey on Spontaneous Experiences of Paranormal Phenomena. This is open to everyone – believers and non-believers, skeptics and experiencers.

The next is a market research survey I’ve got running for those who have used the services of Paranormal Consultants such as psychics, clairvoyants, tarot card readers etc. This survey is aimed at gathering information on what people like and don’t like about current services – those that are delivered face-to-face and those which are delivered via the internet. This survey can be accessed here.

The third survey is for Paranormal Consultants. This is particularly relevant to those practitioners who charge for their services.

Question: how many surveys is enough?

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  • Patty Kilpatrick Mar 5, 2010, 7:46 am

    I dont beleive in psychics, because of my religion, Im pentecostal, and close to Lord. I do believe in satan and demonics because I myself have experienced them most of my life. The good , the bad, and the ugly. Some were misty, some just moved things, some were scary, and some didnt bother me at all, I just know they were there. Where ever I have lived, they’ve been there, in my work places. Am I being followed?

    • Rosemary Breen Mar 8, 2010, 8:19 am

      Hi Patty

      Thanks for dropping by and leaving your comments and question.

      My initial response is to say that I dont think you are being followed. However, you do seem to be describing what parapsychologists would call poltergeists. This phenomena is not well understood but it has been linked to certain triggers including unsettledness, especially during teenagehood. If you can remember when your experiences began, you may have a clue to what actually triggered them. Perhaps it was a traumatic event? A difficult time in your life? Loss of a loved one? Or maybe it was around the time you turned to your Faith?

      I’ll leave this open for others to offer their insights on your situation too Jan. In the meantime, you might like to think back and see what you can remember about when it all started to happen.

      Cheers

      Rosemary

  • Nettie Feb 6, 2010, 8:38 am

    Question: how many surveys is enough?
    Answer: as many as it takes to reveal truth, or until people stop responding.

    • Rosemary Breen Feb 6, 2010, 4:07 pm

      Indeed Nettie. Another one of life’s great philosophical questions – and a good self-reply too 🙂

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