*drops head in hand and weeps silently!!!) Where, oh where have I ever DENIED that people have had the experiences they speak of? I challenge their interpretation of such experiences but never deny they happened. So saying that I deny their existence is misrepresenting what I am saying.Quote
There are several ways of knowing something which Susan can never get proof of and therefore denies existence of!
What is your opinion of the author’s reply? Sounds a bit bland and woolly to me!Quote
I feel she enjoyed it very much to reply to your reply.
…. Who have believed they knew more than the average person ….Quote
But it won't change the fact that there are shamans, yogis and holy men and women through the ages who have known more than the average person.
Your sentence is assertion, mine is factual. There are always people who have learned and reteind greater quantities of information on the widest of possible ranges od subjects, but not one knows, or has ever known, more than a human brain can imagine or learn.
I think it is more than that – they have believed they know truths about a totally unevidenced world/existence/other dimension/disembodied minds/etc
I don’t call them anything – I simply challenge your interpretation of them.Quote
I have a wonderful collection of my own experiences of ESP and coincidences which Susan would like to call my imagination or belief.
Wrong! One single, objectively evidenced fact – and it doesn’t have to be a 100% proof one either of course – will change my mind immediately.Quote
They are not so, they are real and I had the proof at the time of them happening,even some of it on paper.
Susan lives in her wholly materialistic, now old fashioned science. Nothing will get her out of that, so that is it!
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