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MONTANA PARANORMAL JON SIEBENALER, PARAPSYCHOLOGY, DEMONOLOGY, M.S., EHP, T.A.P.S., (IPRG) INTERNATIONAL PARANORMAL REPORTING GROUP EXPERIENCE, PARANORMAL INVESTIGATOR, CLINICAL INTAKE SPECIALIST, INTUITIVE EMPATE, AND HOME OR ATTACHEMENT CLEANSING. WELL EQUIPPED AND READY TO RESPOND TO ANY AND EVERY SITUATION.

June 3rd-Garnet Ghost Town June 29-Elkhorn Ghost Town July 27/28-Overnight at Garnett Ghost Town. August 16-18 mine and tunnel tours in Butte, MT. Check back for more investigation locations very soon! As they come in on a regular basis.

Private investigations are always welcome, just contact me at 406 2703833 or 4068839405

“Apathy is the glove in which evil slips its hand”

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Parapsychological Research, history, and categories.

Parapsychology is the scientific and scholarly study of three kinds of unusual events (ESP, mind-matter interaction, and survival), which are associated with human experience.

Parapsychology only studies those anomalies that fall into one of three general categories: ESP (terms are defined below), mind-matter interaction (previously known as psychokinesis), and phenomena suggestive of survival after bodily death, including near-death experiences, apparitions, and reincarnation

The basic parapsychological phenomena are categorized as follows: ESP: Extra-sensory perception; a general term for obtaining information about events beyond the reach of the normal senses. This term subsumes telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, and presentiment.

Clairvoyance: Sometimes called remote viewing; obtaining information about events at remote locations, beyond the reach of the normal senses.

Precognition: Also called premonition. Obtaining information about future events, where the information could not be inferred through normal means. Many people report dreams that appear to be precognitive.

Presentiment: This is where physiological parameters may change prior to the application of a stimulus, suggestive of the fact that on an unconscious level the person knew what was coming before it occurred (and before it was even randomly chosen).

Telepathy : Direct mind-to-mind communication. Mind-Matter Interaction: Previously known as psychokinesis or PK; direct mental interaction with physical objects, animate or inanimate.

NDE: Near death experience; an experience reported by those who were revived from nearly dying. Often refers to a core experience that includes feelings of peace, OBE, seeing lights and other phenomena. OBE: Out-of-body experience; the experience of feeling separated from the body, often accompanied by visual perceptions as though from above the body.

Reincarnation: The belief that we live successive lives, with primarily evidence coming from the apparent recollections of previous lives by very small children. Haunting: Recurrent phenomena reported to occur in particular locations that include apparitions, sounds, movement of objects, and other effects. Place Memory: the apparent ability of a building or location to hold recorded impressions of people and events that transpired in the past.

Poltergeist: Large-scale PK phenomena often attributed to spirits, but which are now thought to be due to a living person or group of people. Although reported in all age groups, the agent is most frequently an adolescent. Psi: A neutral term for parapsychological phenomena, inclusive of both ESP and mind-matter interaction. Psi, psychic, and psychical are synonyms.

The Stone Tape theory is the speculation that ghosts and hauntings are analogous to tape recordings, and that mental impressions during emotional or traumatic events can be projected in the form of energy, "recorded" onto rocks and other items and "replayed" under certain conditions. The Idea draws inspiration and shares similarities with views of 19th century intellectualists and psychic researchers, such as Charles Babbage, Eleonor Sidgwick and Edmund Gurney. Contemporarily, the concept was popularized by 1972 Christmas ghost story called The Stone Tape, produced by the BBC.[1][2] Following the movie's popularity, the idea and the term "stone tape" were retrospectively and inaccurately attributed to the British archaeologist turned parapsychologist T. C. Lethbridge, who believed that ghosts were not spirits of the deceased, but were simply non-interactive recordings similar to a movie.

Now that a background of the field is established, let’s dive into the devices used in investigations to reach validity. These are needed from several sources to aid in proof of the unexplained, and for Montana Paranormal to demonstrate their ability to go above and beyond. With the newest technology and a collaboration of teams across the west, There is no better time to be in the many aspects of Montana Paranormal.

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