Thursday, May 26, 2011

Ghost Hunting in a 3-Dimensional World! Our Team POE


I'd like to thank Red Shoes for being yet another intelligent blogger who brought up a subject that made me think about an avenue of ghost hunting I haven't shared with ya'all much.

Since starting a new group called POE (Paranormal Observation & Experimentation), I've begun thinking outside the box even more about ghost hunting. Oh hell, y'all know I was outside the box before, now I'm kind of outside the known universe (which is technically the right location).

We have a list going of theories and experiments that could be pursued. One of my preoccupations at this point is with space. Not outer space. Just 3-dimensional space. We think of ghostly activity in terms of this; I'm standing here and across the room something sounded. Me: Here/Ghost: There. What we're missing in this scenario is all the negative space in the room. We need to fill that space in so we can discern movement, currents, formations, coalescing, et cetera. One experiment I would like to do is in a sealed room with no air flow or human movement, piping in fog and colored lighting so we can discern if something is disrupting that space.



Perhaps the other name for this post could have been "how sex tools influence my ghost hunting."



I was considering the potential use for Kirlian Photography (you know, aura photos). On a usual Kirlian photograph, you have a person place their hands on metal plates that produces an electrical impulse and then reads the electrical "corona" around an object (the person). In the case of ghosts, putting their hands on metal plates might not cut it, but if we created a sort of upside down handle to dangle in the room with conductive metal strands hanging from it, anything that passes through it with conductive potential creates a coronal discharge that can be seen on the screen.

We can make some assumptions about the phenomena if we know what its properties might consist of, whether that is mass or electrical.

The objective of our group is to come up with new and unusual ways to start observing and experimenting with phenomena and one of those ways is to adapt to each situation with a different game plan and to start thinking outside our known universe.

Oh,and my ghost hunting vest arrived in the mail and I just had to pose in it. It's perfect! I can hunt in the dark and not fish around for my equipment. I'll know just what pocket everything is in and it's mesh--so nice and cool. I do promise, however, to wear a shirt under it! More on this vest on Sunday's post!

15 comments:

  1. No, no -the vest looks just fine that way!

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  2. Meets with standard issue requirements, huh?

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  3. Hmmm... What kind of paranormal garment is that UNDER the vest? ;o) It looks rather haunting...

    ~shoes~

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  5. where's spandex and pantyhose?

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  6. Haha! I have you guys confused, huh? I love to throw shit in there you aren't expecting. Notice, I put it at the end, so you actually read the content first and learn something.

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  7. I totally agree about the use of space and the attempt to eliminate as much controllable interference as possible in order to do an experiment such as the one you outlined.

    Interesting stuff as always.

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  8. Thanks Pangs. I see things spatially because I'm both gifted spatially and synesthetic in the aspect of time and my psychic information--both stored outside my body in my way of viewing it. So, this aspect of ghost hunting is right up my alley.

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  9. I am still trying to figure out what a flogger taught you about ghost hunting!:o)

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  10. Christine--it was really the shape of it that made me think about converting a kirlian photography cameras sensor into something with the same shape, but metallic strands as sensors. I pretty much look at anything and see something of potential in it. Don't ask me what ghost hunting tools a vibrator might bring to mind.

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  11. That vest would look great on you as you disrupt the fog.

    I have a handy tool for investigations: black thread. You line the perimeter of your search area with that, and if it is broken at any point in the investigation, chances are the hauntings are a bit more earthly in nature.

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  12. RR;
    The point isn't to wander around like Steve and Tango, dear.

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  13. Is the point to try and use cleavage as some sort of containment field for whatever might be out there? :P

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  14. RR;
    They are barely contained themselves, dear.

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