Do you believe in ghosts????

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I take it you are an anti-Christian?
How do you figure that? I am just saying there is no substantial proof that spirits/angels exist (refuting your point that it is "obvious").

And to answer your question. No. Absolutely not. I support the right for anyone to practice any religion they choose (unlike you).
 
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Well this forum is for those people who believe in ghosts,people must share their experience with any ghost or supernatural power,if they had any.I have an experience but not with a ghost,it was sort of supernatural power,all in all i do believe in ghosts,what about you.?
I don't believe in ghosts. I like things that can be proven, such as things related to science. And I can't stand all these "ghost hunter" shows on now-a-days. Utter non-sense IMO.
 
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I myself don't believe in ghosts because I feel that it goes against the laws of science and all evidence suggesting they do exist is very distort and never able to be proven. I also have grown up being taught they aren't real, so why would I change my thinking now ;)
 
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I have to agree. There just isn't any evidence. All these shows I see I don't consider proof at all, just entertainment.
 
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The one thing that should be taken into consideration is that there is currently no base for scientific fact on the existence of ghosts. There are plenty of theories in what the personal experiences and even physical evidence are.

With the explosion of these ghost hunter type of shows only proves that the general public finds the prospect of ghosts interesting. With some of the video evidence shown does offer some interesting conversations but doubt without reviewing the video myself causes some doubt to enter.

For any testing to find out what might cause a particular haunt, the most widely used piece of equipment is the EMF gauge. The problem with this is that a great portion of groups relay heavily on this to find "hotspots" or sources to lay claim to what some call a high susceptible reaction to EMF's to explain the feelings some people get within an area. Well haven't proven that and to claim that to be your problem and everything is fine is just placing false hope and can lead to other problems, both good and bad.

To close, when experimenting in the search for truth you have to use anything and everything. Now personally I've experienced a few things that I have to place in to a unexplained folder and to come back to and figure out.
 
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I don't believe in ghosts and I find all these ghost hunter shows to be silly and clearly faked in order to entertain. I'll believe it about as much as I believe that Chris Angel Mind Freak can levitate.
 
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I don't believe in ghosts and I find all these ghost hunter shows to be silly and clearly faked in order to entertain. I'll believe it about as much as I believe that Chris Angel Mind Freak can levitate.
Although I must agree with you on those silly ghost shows, I don't know.. thinking logically it may sound silly, the thought of ghosts roaming the Earth, but then again.. just putting everything into perspective, it might not sound too crazy. I've never really thought about it until now, but I think I do. Just like I think there could definitely be something else out there in the universe, why not in our own little planet?
 
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I certainly don't doubt there is more to this so called "reality" then we are able to perceive, but as to what that is, I'm not sure. I guess some call it ghosts, some don't.
 
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I think that thoughts are things, and if you believe in any thing sooner or later there will be enough evidence for you be convinced of it. I do not believe in "ghosts" but that doesn't mean that I believe in no afterlife, it just means that I haven't seen anything close to proof, but I will say that many people have a vastly different idea of proof and what convinces some doesn't phase others.
 
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I actually do believe in ghosts, I mean I've watched a lot of stuff, and I've seen some evidence that ghosts exist, not really evidence, but I'm sure they exist, but like Aliens, ghosts have been magnified much bigger than if there really are ghosts, they must be dead people that are still alive, but can't be seen or touched, I don't know, something like that :D
Do you really think that television shows and documentaries are proof that ghosts exist? It has been proven that Ghost Hunters and other shows like it, are faked and just there for ratings. How can they be dead people that are still alive if they are dead people? That makes no sense. My question has always been,"If ghosts are people that have died, why do they always have clothes on?" Did their clothes die as well?
 
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Do you really think that television shows and documentaries are proof that ghosts exist? It has been proven that Ghost Hunters and other shows like it, are faked and just there for ratings. How can they be dead people that are still alive if they are dead people? That makes no sense. My question has always been,"If ghosts are people that have died, why do they always have clothes on?" Did their clothes die as well?
I have to agree here....
 
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There is something to the ghost myth, it has existed sense the dawn of man. Just because there is no explanation for it doesn't mean it can't exist. But it us simply a phenomena.
 
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Being an Atheist, and not believing in God, I have a hard time accepting ghosts as this would imply some kind of "after life".

I prefer science and things that can be proven. That may limit my views on some things, but I've been this way for a very long time.
 
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Being an Atheist, and not believing in God, I have a hard time accepting ghosts as this would imply some kind of "after life".

I prefer science and things that can be proven. That may limit my views on some things, but I've been this way for a very long time.
Ghosts wouldn't necessarily reqirer an after life, because if they are indeed more than internal brain waves there is no reason to believe they are dead people.

Atheism only means you don't believe in God, I know many atheists that believe in an after life.
 
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If a ghost isn't a dead person, then what are they? It seems generally accepted that "ghosts" are spirits of the dead that are in some state of "unrest"....
 
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If a ghost isn't a dead person, then what are they? It seems generally accepted that "ghosts" are spirits of the dead that are in some state of "unrest"....
If these things are real, If there are ghosts...the possible reasons we see them are huge.

Extra dimensional
Otherworldly
Next steps......who knows.

The question is not where they come from, or what they are.

The question to me is:

Do They Exist?
 
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If these things are real, If there are ghosts...the possible reasons we see them are huge.

Extra dimensional
Otherworldly
Next steps......who knows.

The question is not where they come from, or what they are.

The question to me is:

Do They Exist?
Possible yes. Everyone that reports seeing a ghost always say it was a deceased loved one, or someone that had "died", which supports my original statement...
 
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If a ghost isn't a dead person, then what are they? It seems generally accepted that "ghosts" are spirits of the dead that are in some state of "unrest"....
Demons, light generated phenomena, higher forms of life, energy. I have no idea, kind of the reason why I said not necessarily spirits of dead people.

I treat it as any other phenomena. I don't see them, so I don't like to jump to conclusions.
 
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If these things are real, If there are ghosts...the possible reasons we see them are huge.

Extra dimensional
Otherworldly
Next steps......who knows.

The question is not where they come from, or what they are.

The question to me is:

Do They Exist?
I agree, but (imo) they absolutely exist, are they more than neurological flotsom, our are they external
 

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