Sunday, October 19, 2008

How to create a Spirit

Is god the only one who can create spirits? Or is there any possibility tat we humans can create spirits as well.

Well there is a good documented experiment which proves that human mind can change or create reality. This is the popular experiment which created a spirit and proved that sometimes they are nothing more than the manifestation of huaman thoughts.

In the beginning  of the 1970’s the Toronto society of psychical research started an experiment in which a group of people have to create a fictional character and try to communicate with it like many do with the spirits, since there is no doubt about the truth in the psychokinetic effects of so called spirits and poltergeists.

Dr. A.R.G.Owen assembled a tea m of 8 people, who don’t have any psychic powers. The group had people from walks of life like an industrial designer, an accountant, a housewife, a bookkeeper and a sociology student and one of the most important people was the wife of Dr.A.R.G.Owen who was the ex-chairperson of MENSA (an Organization of people with very high I.Q). One psychologist also attended some of the sessions of these experiments.
The main task of the group was to create a fictional and historical character and try to communicate with it. The group then wrote a biography of the fictional character and named the character as Philips, here is a part of the biography,

"Philip was an aristocratic Englishman, living in the middle 1600s at the time of Oliver Cromwell. He had been a supporter of the King, and was a Catholic. He was married to a beautiful but cold and frigid wife, Dorothea, the daughter of a neighboring nobleman.

One day when out riding on the boundaries of his estates Philip came across a gypsy encampment and saw there a beautiful dark-eyed girl raven-haired gypsy girl, Margo, and fell instantly in love with her. He brought her back secretly to live in the gatehouse, near the stables of Diddington Manor - his family home.

For some time he kept his love-nest secret, but eventually Dorothea, realizing he was keeping someone else there, found Margo, and accused her of witchcraft and stealing her husband. Philip was too scared of losing his reputation and his possessions to protest at the trial of Margo, and she was convicted of witchcraft and burned at the stake.

Philip was subsequently stricken with remorse that he had not tried to defend Margo and used to pace the battlements of Diddington in despair. Finally, one morning his body was found at the bottom of the battlements, whence he had cast himself in a fit of agony and remorse."

The group even came up with the portrait of the character. After having the biography, the group started having sittings and discussing about the life and lifestyle of the Philip. Later they started meditating on the character. All these sittings were done in a well lit room, nothing interesting seemed to occur. Then the group planned to have a séance like atmosphere with dim lights and having antiques which created a ambience of the period of Philips. And these seemed to work, they started getting there response from the Philip as table rapping. Then the team found great success with the experiment, they seemed to get lots of information from Philips (but most of them already known by or written in the biography).

Philips also seemed to have control on the elements, he can dim the light when asked and his coming is generally known by the cold air blow. He also moved table on the carpet. Finally the group conducted the final séance in front of 50 audiences and there did not seem any hesitation from Philips, he did all the poltergeist activities which he seemed to be capable of. The séance was video graphed.

1 comment:

mranka said...

rubbish post. Does not align with title of the blog. You can never create spirit. You can however invoke certain spirits.