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I agree with Gerald. In my lifeltime I have studied a great many things that are considerd supernatural. This includes mysticism and Magick. The bottom line for it all is that there is no evidence. For any of this to have meaning in your life you have to live in a subjective reality.
Let me clarify a bit. In subjective reality you can look at a flea on a dog saying "Look at that flea. He's nothing here in this life on our world, but in another universe and realm he is a king and rules the planet of Jargon in all it's splendor." Or if you want to, you can make up gods, nessie, and bigfoot, and go hunting for fairies. Maybe go ghost hunting too.
Me, I'll pass.
I'm not quite sure what you mean Jose , this stuff is just as daft as religion. Reality is the core of secularism. Who want's mysteries?. Life is complicated enough without mysticism and spiritual beliefs clouding our already unsure ideas about ontological truths. There are certain things we don't know, but the gap in our knowledge will hardly be filled with more superstitious concepts based on mysterious assertions. We live in the here and now not in the there and then.
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