Aye have just finished watching a sceptical u-toobe vid after a non-sceptical “I was employed doing it~!” vid. (So my own stance hasn’t been shifted towards either pole.)
Here, a nice saint—
—if you don’t see the lady in this imagery, here’s our same saint but not wearing her bun:
—and as may be expected the of the nice (energetic, wow) Mr Shermer he even gives us the two side-by-side—
And better, he explained about people seeing saints in buns. (Hell, I remember when everyone was seeing Elvises …)
Shermer was quite a contrast to the guy I’d watched earlier, one Russell Targ who put forward his entertaining (but probably not easily verifiable) anecdotes about “Remote Viewing for the US government” (is that spooky or what?)*.
That’s him (32 minutes worth) —
Intriguingly I can’t dismiss either. Shermer offers an excellent case and I’m with him completely.
it’s hard to debunk your own self when you yourself have done things above and beyond the call of coincidence; and trust me (I hate it when they say that) I’ve applied all the tests. And invented a few … so I have foot in each boat. My decision? I’d rather get wet than commit to either.
SO, HOW DO I
explain my (limited) experiences of telepathy and precognition? A toughie with a very simple answer:
There, don’t you feel a bit let down? But I can pass along the advice I received many years ago: don’t try. Just do it, or not do it …
Oops, nearly forgot, here’s the vibrant Mt Shermer—
—all of 14 minutes worth, make of him what you will. Actually I enjoyed both of those guys …
* Yes, pun intentional. I love them.