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Post # 1
Like in any other aspect of our lives, it's important to maintain a good balance between the scientific and rational as well as magickal when looking for explanations. If we don't do this, what is to stop somebody from gradually becoming insane, delusional and paranoid?
Many people have a tendency to jump to a paranormal conclusions, rather than thinking through logically beforehand.

So, I'd just like to put this out there for everyone, before you ramble about being attacked by angels, or assume that deja vu is the effect of past life regression, always try to deduce a scientific possibility beforehand, and let's maintain our balance between science and magick.

I've never been any good at writing, but I hope I got my point across.
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Re: Science
Post # 2
You're totally right! Some people try to find paranormal conclusions about something they doesn't understand and the result is the total stupidity.
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Post # 3
I unfortunately get to see people jump to paranormal conclusions all too much. I follow a few paranormal investigation groups on facebook and am amazed to see so many people see some specks in a picture that was shared jump straight to "there is a ton of orbs in this picture and the place is one of the most haunted places I have ever seen" when what we're looking at is clearly dust in front of or on the camera lens (no matter how familiar you are with cameras, digital or otherwise). It's sad that so few people these days seem to have common sense.
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Post # 4
I think the only reason why peole jump to this conclusion is to be part of something special. No offense to this generation, me being part of it, but some people seem to be able to be able to delude themselves more and more, making stupidity so commmon, its like a disease. Facts cant explain everything but if you give it a chance,it usually makes more sense. Example, people were flipping out because they thought they saw small ufo's in the sky. after the whole city kind of just stopped and started staring at the sky, a teacher who resided near by the city explained that they were simply balloons that the kids and herself let go of.
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