TELEKINESIS AND POLTERGEIST

June 3, 2017

 

 

Telekinesis is a Mind Game! So when we are alone at home and suddenly we hear knock on door! Or levitation of objects such as furniture and cutlery! Or someone hitting or biting you!! Is it someone moving objects --- doing Telekinesis or there is someone around?? Some Spirit/ Ghost???? Energies are both Positive and Negative!! What attracts you is upon your state of mind, your energy and balance with body….

 

In folklore and parapsychology, type of ghost or other supernatural entity which is responsible for physical disturbances, such as loud noises and objects being moved or destroyed, movement or levitation of objects, even people being levitated or noises such as knocking on doors, purportedly capable of pinching, biting, hitting and tripping people is known as a mischievous POLTERGEIST.

 

“Poltergeist” word has originated from German language – “Polter” which means to make sound or to rumble and “Geist” which means Ghost / Spirit and the term itself translate as "noisy ghost", "rumble-ghost" or a "loud spirit".

 

They have traditionally been described as troublesome spirits who haunt a particular person instead of a specific location. Such alleged poltergeist manifestations have been reported in many cultures and countries including the United States, India‚ Japan, Brazil, Australia, and most European nations. Early accounts date back to the 1st century.

 

So whether Poltergeist is a psychological condition?? OR Actions by real true spirits???

  • Few people have defined poltergeist activity as a type of uncontrolled psychokinesis. They have opinioned that the pent-up psychic energy of lovelorn, rebellious and frustrated teens with hormones coursing through their veins and manifesting in the form of telekinesis effects and manifests into such activities.

  • Poltergeist activity tends to occur around a single person called an agent or a focus (typically a prepubescent female). Almost seventy years of research by the Rhine Research Center (Raleigh-Durham, NC USA) has led to the hypothesis among parapsychologists that the "poltergeist effect" is a form of psychokinesis generated by a living human mind (that of the agent). According to researchers at the Rhine Center, the "poltergeist effect" is the outward manifestation of psychological trauma.

  • However, parapsychologists investigating poltergeists think that most occurences are real. Another version of the poltergeist is the "wrath version." When a person dies in a powerful rage at the time of death, that person is believed by some to come back to fulfill that vengeance. In some cases, the vengeance is too strong to let go or forgive, and the metaphysical ghost becomes a poltergeist, in which the newly formed ghost can affect solid objects, and in some cases are deadly. According to yet another opinion, ghosts and poltergeists are "recordings." When there is a powerful emotion, sometimes at death and sometimes not, a recording is believed to be embedded into the fabric of time, and this recording will continue to play over and over again until the energy embedded disperses.

  • Poltergeist activity has also been believed to be the work of malicious spirits by spiritualists. Poltergeists are manifestations of disembodied spirits of low level, they are believed to be closely associated with the elements (fire, air, water, earth).

 

Some real time shocking Stories on Poltergeist:

 

CULVER CITY, CALIFORNIA IN THE EARLY 70s

The Entity Case is one of the best-documented and most harrowing poltergeist phenomena. It took place in Culver City, California in the early 70s and evolved around a single mother of three named Carlotta Moran who was being repeatedly raped (even in front of her family) by an invisible entity and his two helpers over the course of several years. Even after moving away to Texas the attacks would still occur, if less frequently. Eventually they fully subsided. These events were made into a movie named The Entity in 1981.

 

 

THE THORNTON HEATH POLTERGEIST CASE

In the 1970s, in Thornton Heath, England, a family was tormented by poltergeist phenomena that started one August night when they were woken in the middle of the night by a blaring bedside radio that had somehow turned itself on -- tuned to a foreign-language station. This was the beginning of a string of events that lasted nearly four years. A lampshade repeatedly was knocked to the floor by unaided hands. During the Christmas season of 1972, an ornament was hurled across the room, smashing into the husband's forehead.

"As he flopped into an armchair," reports Haunted Croydon, "the Christmas tree began to shake violently. Come the New Year and there were footsteps in the bedroom when there was no one there, and one night the couple's son awoke to find a man in old fashioned dress staring threateningly at him. The family's fear grew when, as they entertained friends one night, there was a loud knocking at the front door, the living room door was then flung open and all the house's lights came on." Having the house blessed failed to rid the house of the phenomena. "Objects flew through the air, loud noises were heard and the family would sometimes hear a noise which suggested some large piece of furniture... had crashed to floor. When they went to investigate, nothing would be disturbed."

A medium who was consulted told the family that the house was haunted by a farmer of the name Chatterton, who considered the family trespassers on his property. An investigation bore out the fact that had indeed lived in the house in the mid-18th century. "Chatterton's wife now joined in in causing mayhem, and often the tenant's wife would be followed up the stairs at night by an elderly gray-haired woman wearing a pinafore and with her hair tied back in a bun. If looked at, she would disappear back into the shadows. The family even reported seeing the farmer appear on their television screens, wearing a black jacket with wide, pointed lapels, high-necked shirt and black cravat." After the family moved out of the house, the poltergeist activity ceased..

 

THE SOUTH SHIELDS POLTERGEIST

The South Shields poltergeist terrorized a family in the summer of 2006. It would stack chairs, open cabinets and slam doors like many other reported poltergeist cases. This one was unique, however, in that it seemed to fixate on and possess children’s toys. The couple found such things as a rocking horse hanging from the ceiling and a stuffed animal holding a box cutter. One night, there was a barrage of flying toys and 13 scratches mysteriously appeared on the husband’s back. The poltergeist would write threatening messages on a white board and even send text messages to the couple, usually stating its plan to kill them. Paranormal researchers confirmed the haunting, and although the names of the couple were never released we can only hope that they found a new place to live.

 

 

This is the beginning of the topic, so stay tuned for the depth of POLTERGEIST!!

 

Reference:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poltergeist

http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2012/11/poltergeists-teen-angst-telekinesis/

http://www.viking-z.org/r37i.htm

http://www.crystalinks.com/poltergeists.html

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/may/01/the-enfield-poltergeist-a-skeptic-speaks

http://www.livescience.com/38223-poltergeists.html

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