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A Real Paranormal Anomaly

Cryptid Anomaly- Big Foot Tasmanian Tiger are all animals or mammal that are thought not to exist.

What Is It?

Cryptid Anomaly- Big Foot Tasmanian Tiger are all animals or mammal that are thought not to exist.
By Sheila "Latch" Greenshank

Many of these strang happeings and paranomal phenomena are now collectively and conveniently referred to as 'Fortean' phenomena (or 'Forteana'), whilst others have developed into their own schools of thought, for example, UFOs into ufology, or the reports of unconfirmed animals classified as cryptozoology. These new disciplines per se are generally not recognized by most scientists or academics.

Paranormal Anomalies jus basically means that which does not fit into our scope of nomal thinking. And is something out of the ordinary. From supernatural to out of place logical explanations. Simply put a person, thing, or event that is not normal or something that should not be there or wittnesed.

When hunting for ghosts, Cryptids or UFO's the term takes on a form of high strangeness itself. Something that is irregular does not follow the expected pattern of accepted exisence. The term is used in many different fields, with quite different meanings as we know.

Is IT a real Picture of a Ghost?

An Anomalous Ghost Photo

Just because you see something in the end result of taking a photo of a subject does not mean the photo or extra something was not there when you took it. What makes a ghost photo anmoulos is that you did not realize a person or object was there when the real picture in real time was snapped. The result you would call is a anomalous ghost photo.

Paranormal is an umbrella term used to describe unusual phenomena or experiences that lack an obvious scientific explanation. In parapsychology, it is used to describe the potentially psychic phenomena of telepathy, extra-sensory perception, psychokinesis, ghosts, and hauntings. The term is also applied to UFOs, some creatures that fall under the scope of cryptozoology, purported phenomena surrounding the Bermuda Triangle, and other non-psychical subjects. Stories relating to paranormal phenomena are widespread in popular culture and folklore, but some organizations such as the United States National Science Foundation have stated that science does not support paranormal beliefs.

Fortean Phenomena

Charles Hoy Fort (6 August 1874 – 3 May 1932) was a Dutch-American writer and researcher into anomalous phenomena. Please also see Anomalous Paranormal Phenomena Charles Fort "The Father Of Fortean Science"

Jerome Clark writes that Fort was "essentially a satirist hugely skeptical of human beings – especially scientists – claims to ultimate knowledge". Clark describes Fort's writing style as a "distinctive blend of mocking humor, penetrating insight, and calculated outrageousness" .

Writer Colin Wilson describes Fort as "a patron of cranks" and also argues that running through Fort's work is "the feeling that no matter how honest scientists think they are, they are still influenced by various unconscious assumptions that prevent them from attaining true objectivity. Expressed in a sentence, Fort's principle goes something like this: People with a psychological need to believe in marvels are no more prejudiced and gullible than people with a psychological need not to believe in marvels."

Charles Hoy Fort

Charles Fort

Fort's books sold well and remain in print. Today, the terms "Fortean" and "Forteana" are used to characterise various anomalous phenomena. Examples of the odd phenomena in Fort's books include many of what are variously referred to as occult, supernatural, and paranormal. Reported events include teleportation (a term Fort is generally credited with coining); poltergeist events; falls of frogs, fishes, inorganic materials of an amazing range; unaccountable noises and explosions; spontaneous fires; levitation; ball lightning (a term explicitly used by Fort); unidentified flying objects; unexplained disappearances; giant wheels of light in the oceans; and animals found outside their normal ranges (see phantom cat). He offered many reports of Out-of-place artifacts (OOPArts), strange items found in unlikely locations. He also is perhaps the first person to explain strange human appearances and disappearances by the hypothesis of alien abduction and was an early proponent of the extraterrestrial hypothesis, specifically suggesting that strange lights or object sighted in the skies might be alien spacecraft. Fort also wrote about the interconnectedness of nature and synchronicity. His books seem to center around the idea that everything is connected and that strange coincidences happen for a reason.

A well known Strange anomalous object is the Ararat anomaly. The Ararat anomaly is an object appearing on photographs of the snowfields near the summit of Mount Ararat, Turkey, and advanced by some believers in Biblical literalism as the remains of Noah's Ark.

The Ararat anomaly Noah's Ark

The Ararat anomaly

The anomaly is located on the northwest corner of the Western Plateau of Mount Ararat (approximately 39°42'10?N 44°16'30?E? / ?39.70278, 44.275Coordinates: 39°42'10?N 44°16'30?E? / ?39.70278, 44.275) at about 15,500 ft (4,724 m), some 2.2 km (1.4 mi) west of the 16,854 ft (5,137 m) summit, on the edge of what appears from the photographs to be a steep downward slope. It was first filmed during a U.S. Air Force aerial reconnaissance mission in 1949 — the Ararat massif sits on the former Turkish/Soviet border, and was thus an area of military interest — and was accordingly given a classification of "secret" as were subsequent photographs taken in 1956, 1973, 1976, 1990 and 1992, by aircraft and satellites. Six frames from the 1949 footage were released under the Freedom of Information Act to Dr. Porcher Taylor, a professor at the University of Richmond in Virginia, and a scholar at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies specializing in satellite intelligence and diplomacy, in 1995.

A joint research project was later established between Insight Magazine and Space Imaging (now GeoEye), using the IKONOS satellite. IKONOS, on its maiden voyage, captured the anomaly on August 5 and September 13, 2000. GeoEye has constructed a computerized video of the imagery it captured of the anomaly. The structure appears at approximately halfway through the video. The Mount Ararat area also has been imaged by France's SPOT satellite in September 1989, Landsat in the 1970s and NASA's Space shuttle in 1994, as well as military satellite images captured by the CIA's KH-9 (Keyhole 9) in 1973 and KH-11 (Keyhole 11) in 1976 and 1990–1992.

The Defense Intelligence Agency, while not ruling out a man-made structure, believes the anomaly shows "linear facades in the glacial ice underlying more recently accumulated ice and snow" The Ararat anomaly is sometimes confused with the Durupinar site, a feature 18 miles from the mountain that is claimed to be Noah's Ark by the adventurer Ron Wyatt and David Fasold.

Durupinar site of Noah's Ark

The Durupinar site is a large aggregate structure in the Tendürek mountains of eastern Turkey. The site is two miles (3 km) north of the Iranian border, ten miles (16 km) southeast of Dogubeyazit, in the Agri Province, and eighteen miles (29 km) south of the Greater Mount Ararat summit, at an elevation of 6,449 ft (1,966 m) ~ 6,575 ft (2,004 m) above sea level.

Durupinar site

The size and shape of the structure has led to its promotion by some believers as the original Noah's Ark. To the scholarly community, and even most creationists, this is merely an interesting natural formation.

The site is near several currently unnamed peaks, one of which is claimed as Mount Judi, the mountain named in the Qur'an as the final resting place of Noah's Ark. A different mountain, on the Turkish/Iraqi border, is more usually associated with the Qur'anic ark story.

Human Anomaly - Space Anomaly - UFO Anomaly - Animal Anomaly or all deviation from the common rule : irregularity something anomalous something different, abnormal, peculiar, or not easily classified. Approaching paranormal phenomena from a anomalous research perspective is often difficult because even when the phenomena are seen as real, they may be difficult to explain using existing rules or theory. By definition, paranormal phenomena exist outside of conventional norms. Despite this challenge, studies on the paranormal are periodically conducted by researchers all from various disciplines.

Some researchers study just the beliefs in paranormal phenomena regardless of whether the phenomena are considered to objectively exist. This section deals with various approaches to the paranormal: anecdotal, experimental, and participant-observer approaches, the debunking approach and the Survey approach.

Although this is not intended to be a complete list, the following subjects are widely considered to be paranormal:

Selected varieties of Alternative medicine
Apparitions
Applied kinesiology
Astrology
Aura reading
Clairaudience
Clairvoyance
Mediumship/Channelling"
Crop circles
Dowsing
Electronic voice phenomena (EVP)
Extra-sensory perception (ESP)
Faith healing
Ghosts
Levitation
Numerology
Palmistry
Phrenology
Precognition
Prophecy
Psychic surgery
Psychokinesis (PK)
Psychometry
Pyramid power
Reality shifts
Religious visions
Remote viewing
Shadow people
Spontaneous human combustion
Spirit photography
Telepathy
Therapeutic touch
Time slips
UFOs
Violations of Newton's laws of motion (perpetual motion devices)

Anomalous Phenomena

Can this strange happening or any Anomalous phenomena actually occur to you? Have you seen a ghost, a UFO or Big Foot? Are your psychic and pick up strange thoughts and images? Certainly this strange anomalous phenomenathat happens to many around the world cannot happen to you?

Many individuals have strange things or wittness weird goings on and or afraid to come forward. the fear of being labled a quack a freak or just not nomal frightens people more then what they certainly experienced. While parapsychologists look for quantitative evidence of the paranormal in laboratories, a great number of people immerse themselves in qualitative research through participant-observer approaches to the paranormal.

Ever watched a horse run... Anomalous isn't it?

Participant-observer methodologies have overlaps with other essentially qualitative approaches as well, including phenomenological research that seeks largely to describe subjects as they are experienced, rather than to explain them.

One such survey of the beliefs of the general United States population regarding paranormal topics was conducted by the Gallup Organization in 2005. The survey found that 73 percent of those polled believed in at least one of the ten paranormal items presented in the survey. The ten items included in the survey were: Extrasensory perception (41% held this belief), haunted houses (37%), ghosts (32%), telepathy (31%), clairvoyance (26%), astrology (25%), communication with the dead (21%), witches (21%), reincarnation (20%), and channeling spiritual entities (9%). These items were selected as they "require the belief that humans have more than the 'normal' five senses." Only one percent of respondents believed in all ten items. Or atleast thats all that would admit to it for fear of ridicule.

Another survey conducted in 2006 by researchers from Australia's Monash University sought to determine what types of phenomena people claim to have experienced and the effects these experiences have had on their lives. The study was conducted as an online survey with over 2,000 respondents from around the world participating. The results revealed that around 70% of the respondents believe to have had an unexplained paranormal event that changed their life, mostly in a positive way. About 70% also claimed to have seen, heard, or been touched by an animal or person that they knew was not there; 80% have reported having a premonition, and almost 50% stated they recalled a previous life.

The Ghost Girls

Mcabe is the president of one of the largest paranormal group in California, Haunted & Paranormal Investigations International (H.P.I. International). Recently Mccabe as been asked to participate on an upcomomg episode of Showtime's Penn & Teller: "Bullshit'. Showtime Producers have as of October 2008 invited McCabe to investigate the year of the end of the world 2012!

Maccabe also hosted an episode of a new paranormal series called "Conversations with a Serial Killer" out of the UK, airing in late 2008. She and fellow paranormal investigator and Celebrities Psychic, Nancy Bradley, also have another TV show together called "Ghost Girls".

 

 

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