Throughout the years, society has sustained a fascination with ghosts. Stories of ghosts and haunting date back to the beginning of time. Ghosts have been immortalized in literature, theater, opera, movies, video games, and toys. Until recently the only scientific knowledge of ghosts was live encounters. Now through scientific studies of mass and origin, there has been many hypothesis’s put together. There are various explanations for ghosts, a lot of which are made by ordinary people. Some people have religious beliefs about ghosts, and some people have incredible stories as well. There are also the people with real life encounters who know absolutely, positively that there are spirits among us. Sociologically ghosts play a pretty important role in a lot of people’s lives. Learning about ghosts and reading research is one definite way of incorporating the phenomena into society.
Sociologically I think you must start at the scientific level of learning, and progress all the way down to personal experience. Starting with scientists, it seems they are discovering more facts about ghosts and spirits day by day. Many people do not believe in ghosts or laugh when people say that you saw a ghost. Yet, for those that don’t believe, researchers say that at least 50 million Americans, or 20% of the population, have had one or more after death communication experiences with ghosts or spirits and the actual numbers may be closer to double these figures now! A ghost can be described as a form of recording like a audio or videotape. A ghost simply has no life or force left in it.
Ghosts simply play the same scene over and over again. The ghost consists of left behind energy by a person, or even an animal. That is because if a person repeats or performs repetitious acts for long periods of time, he or she will have left a psychic impression in that area. This impression may stay around in a certain area after the person has moved or is even dead. These ghost usually have clearly seen facial features and even a body odor or the scent of cologne.
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