What would you think if someone told you ghosts are a type of spirit?
So, if there is an up there is a down, left right, hot cold, spirits that are dead, well spirits that are alive. And yet both spirits that are dead and spirits that are alive do not have physical bodies. So what would you think if someone told you this? What if someone can see ghost hence spirits that are dead. Don't you think it would be arrogant for that individual to not believe that there are spirits that are alive. Just because she did not see them does not mean they are not there. You see irony in this?
Psychics see human spirits and negative entities (demonic forces) all the time. Ghosts are a form of spirit because they were once human, but for some reason they're caught in limbo land, where they condemned to walk the earth for a specific purpose. Usually a violent death or an unfinished business will keep an earthbound spirit trapped to roam the corridors and hallways.
by Leaderofmany16 months ago
I often feel like my Grandmother is still here with me, walking the halls and just being near. Is this allowed by GOD?
by Anan Celeste16 months ago
Why are there spirits roaming the earth? Does this means that there is no heaven or hell?
by thumbappoo5 years ago
Without physical bodies, how can ghosts be photographed? How can they attack us physically?
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