Saturday, September 18, 2010

The Domes Video and new Psychometry Finding!



Since I do actually have a blog called "Ghost Hunting Theories," and I often get off-task, I thought I'd be on-task right now. On my road trip with Julie from Above-The-Norm recently, I discovered something more about my psychometric abilities. First, I will backtrack a bit here. Do you recall me telling you that a follower sent me a stone in the mail? Yes, well the reading on the stone was from a cemetery and apparently I hit the mark completely with it and the stone's perspective. Only problem is, there was no living attached to the stone and so how did I see the stone's perspective? I could think of only two options; one is that I saw the person who collected its point-of-view or I remote viewed the prior location of the rock. Well, that's one new thing I learned about my skills that surprised me.

But, on Julie and I's trip to the burned out house, I learned something new that shocked me and was a total first ever. I went around the building, touching everything I could put my paws on, and not a single image, emotion, anything. The site was entirely sterile from a psychometric POV. So, what does that mean? In my question to understand my skills better and better, it means that whatever I read from an object just might be in surface "cells." That being the case, heat apparently can affect the content. Hmm....

The mystery continues and if you can come up with any cool experiments, let me know. Time Human gave me a few good ones and I hope to find more to help me pinpoint this skill and how it works. I do know from a child that digging up relics from the Civil War and before that time period, I was able to gather memorie from those and get reads, so burial doesn't make them lose their psychic substance.

On to the next totally cool thing. I mentioned the road trip Julie and I did to some amazing abandoned sites. This one (video below) is called The Domes in Casa Grande, AZ. I've heard a lot of stories of why these were built including that they were to be factories. Now, they just house a lot of youths in a small town on a boring weekend. They are truly creepy and cool! They create an echoing effect that is like a richocheting bullet.

22 comments:

  1. I was surprised that you didn't get any readings from the burnt house. I was hoping that you might pick up something from the moment it caught fire, but there was nothing. All the memories on each object was burnt away with the fire.

    Those domes were wicked. Not only was the echoing inside eerie but the wind blowing outside sounded creepy too. I was surprised that it was cooler inside the domes then what it was outside. I was also glad that no one was living there at the time even tho I was prepared to pepper spray their ass if they came after us, lol.

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  2. Julie;
    You are perfect for exploration. You're fearless and your cautious. Loved having you at my side and I know we're going to experience some pretty crazy shit on the trips we have planned out.

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  3. This is such an exciting and interesting read with great articles, posts and comments alike. I totally believe in spirits and other energies "holding on" to inanimate objects an "sharing" their perceptions. I myself never had any encounters with paranormal activities until I bought an old mirror at a yard sale (IMO it's like a portal of some type). Things have been interesting since June 13 years ago.

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  4. Emme;
    You have a great attitude about it. Some people are frightened by the paranormal but really only our reactions to it can cause us true harm. Glad you enjoy the blog. There's lots of weird stuff here, so enjoy looking around and keep following. I'm happy to have you onboard on the wild ride.

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  5. Those are cool dome buildings and I think they are some sort of ecologically designed structures. I can totally live in those type of earthly ecological buildings.

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  6. Echo;
    If they could get rid of the echoing sounds inside, they'd be great. It was like 109 outside and felt very nice in there (very nice meaning below 100 but not much). I found them to be really cool spaces and shapes.

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  7. Those are cool! Maybe the channels are some type of drainage apparatus? Just a thought. Pretty graffiti too, if you can call it "pretty."

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  8. Oh and a thought on your psychometry...maybe being exposed to the elements, like most things, causes the energy to decrease to almost nothing whereas being buried doesn't allow ALL the elements to grab-hold of that energy; it's more likely to be trapped in the dirt or area where it is buried, for lack of a better explanation?

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  9. I was fascinated with the graffiti and then it struck me we're probably standing in the middle of some gang turf, but hey it was 109 freaking degrees midday on a school day--no one in sight. Yahoo! I think they were made for drainage for the factory. Hoping to learn more about what the hell the place was built for, lots of urban legends out there about it.

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  10. Tara;
    I gotta admit, now I want to know if acid etching and other forms of ruining a top layer of something might make them unreadable too, but I'm not anxious to play with acid, especially with Dale around.

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  11. Would you say that psychometry and “stone tape theory” go hand in hand?

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  12. Barry;
    That's one of my favorite movies. I first saw it about 6 or 7 years ago and bought the movie right away. I was fascinated to hear someone using something I knew as a basis for a movie theory. Yes, stone to me is one of the very best holders of information, as is metal. When I came up with my haunted formula, part of the formula included whether a building was made of stone. It's positively magical and I cannot explain why. I search for the answers.

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  13. imagine what screaming orgasms would sound like in there... at night! ;) lol

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  14. Damn! Did you read my mind? I tried my orgasm sound. It was quite insane sounding, like 100 of me in there, all having a good time together.

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  15. Sounds short and sweet. You do not do things by half.

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  16. only way to be... together! ;) lol

    like the beatles song: come together

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  17. needs must keep active... or stagnate ;) lol

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  18. Fire, a gift from the gods, occurs in the presence of heat, fuel, and oxygen. A chemical process rearranges molecules and energy is released or absorbed. Oxidation occurs.

    Assuming a Psychometric Energy that might act according to some of the physical laws of energy as physics describes now...

    It would be interesting to test out if an object would decrease in psychometric energy as it rusts (oxidation) [1] similarly to how it depletes from fire (though over a much longer period of time) yet [2] faster than the normal attrition rate (an object that doesn't rust), if any.

    It's also interesting to consider the laws of thermodynamics and fire in relation to perceived psychometric energy, particularly in regards to the 2nd law and how the transformation of energy due to work/heat might release said psychometric energy into a new form...gaseous or plasma release, for instance.

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  19. Pangs;
    Honey, you give yourself away. You scientific smartie pants. I will tell you that I had no trouble with reading objects that were unearthed when I was a kid. I used a metal detector and got relics from Revolutionary war time all the way to modern days including Civil War (lots). Once the objects were cleaned up, I was able to go deeper in the memories of the object. Yes, I can read rusted, but I can read it better with the rust gone. You tell me what the hell is happening. Obviously with this sterile home environment, the surface was burned away. Whatever holds the information I read, it is fairly superficial.

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  20. Very cool video and blog post sis!!!!
    those domes are indeed wicked ---I never even heard about those things before and i live in this damn (hot) state!!!!
    I think it is also some fascinating theorizing about your psychometry abilities---and will try to come up with some more theories or "tests" for you ------
    hey have you ever got a reading from just something like handwriting on a card ? or even spiral notebook paper????
    very cool graffiti there too---LOL i think i saw a Playboy bunny at the entrance to one of the domes!!
    all the best in the world to you sis!!!!

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  21. Hey Dev;
    I've done readings from some very weird things, photos with a name, a city and a birthdate, wrappers from fast food meals, you name it. Some things are freaking hard to read, others much easier. If I had something like someone's handwriting I think it would be easy. I just need something to put me in their point of view and then I begin to read their memories.

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