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Posted by Richard Ruquist on January 29, 2002 22:26:14 UTC

It's nice to hear from someone who more or less sees the natural and supernatural in a way similar to one's self. Not to discount Harv. But he does not see the same limitations that Paul and I apparently see.

I liked Paul's use of the words 'guesswork' and 'wiggle room'. My guess is that the supernatural world is dark matter, and not some so far out medium that we can never expect to understand. The only creatures that I have encountered are recently dead humans. They all spoke english and had the task of trying to influence us (really me). They communicated through a friend of mine, a channel.

So at least in my limited experience, both the medium and its inhabitants are understandable.

These inhabitants talked of a god as if one existed, and even claimed that I had a direct connection. But I see or saw no evidence for a god and do not feel connected. I lean more towards a heirarchy of beings that are more and more powerful in a spiritual sense, but at the same time more removed from physical life, so that the entry level inhabitants are needed to communicate with us, at least with me. Maybe not for a Gandhi or Mother Teresa.

Regards,

Richard

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