That is because what others call 'phenomenal' experiences, I call experiences that have been interpreted in a way that makes them apparently inexplicable, but which, on further investigation, and attempting to eliminate every other possibility still appear to remain so, although the properly appropriate answer is, not known for the present but since there is a total lack of objective evidence for anything supernatural, that suggested answer cannot be inserted as fact'.Quote
Malcolm, Gerda, Mark, and many others, including me, have made phenomenal experience claims--and you haven't.
I have in fact over the years mentioned one or two of the experiences I have had for which I have found, through reading and learning were explicable; and none has needed a supernatural solution! Fortunately, I have always been of a 'is-this-true' turn of mind, so found the answers at a younger age than some.
Please elaborate on the last part of that sentence.Quote
There's no authority or citation--possible or necessary.