Sunday, April 23, 2017

Decisions


Which is better? 

 So recently I have read a few write ups on experts in the paranormal field. Now I for one must agree that there are no experts in our field. How ever there are people that have a great deal more experience, through many years investigating and researching the paranormal realm. Even these people are buy no means experts but they do have a learned knowledge gained over time. Thus, these people are always great to listen to and learn from.

 There are some that claim to be experts and of course do events and charge money for said events which is fine if in fact they do things ethically and honestly. But as we all know the ethics and honesty sometimes wains when fame and fortune set in. When this happens, these “experts” do more harm then good and that is a loss. This affects not only the paranormal community but the people that believe them due to their standing.
But these experts come and go over & over again and people soon learn who to trust and who not to. Sometimes this takes to long time to see but it happens. Just be aware of what you hear and know there are no absolutes in the paranormal realm.

 Now there is one other Item I wish to address. That is the claim that some groups are scientific and some are spiritual and the scientific approach is the correct one. Please be aware that there is not one way that has proven to be better then any other as of this time and year.

Teams that claim to be spiritual and use nothing but their own feeling are probably not you best team to get a proper investigation done by. But to have sensitives on board never hurts and at times have found they can guide an invest in directions that have lead to some incredible findings.

BUT teams that claim to be all scientific and say they only use proven scientific approaches to there invests are also not the ideal team to be investigated by. Being that there are no known scientifically proven methods to say these are the absolute ways to prove or disprove the existence of spirits or ghosts. Of course, these groups can and do supply some great methods using instruments and technology to help show that a lot of unexplained events are explainable.

 So now we are left with which is the correct team to go with?  Over time I have discovered that a combination of these two seem to work well. In all there are great teams all over the world. Teams that are not stuck on one format or the other is one I would recommend. After all are goal is to supply any location or client with the best possible evidence and or answers to their questions and concerns. But once again there is no absolutes in this field so always try to maintain an open mind. And good luck.

Darryl Pearson
Founder
Northern Paranormal Investigations

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