It feels that in the past five to ten years
the public awareness of anything paranormal has been on the rise. Is
this on purpose? Some would say so. It seems that alien abduction
stories, alien craft, unknown cryptids, and stories of unexplainable
phenomena are being talked about all the time.
The media is fueling the movement with TV
specials from technology of the ancients to investigations into UFOs.
Books come out all year long about different areas of the paranormal.
Someone who may not believe in ghosts, may believe in the possibility of
time travel or in aliens. Yet, the majority of modern science continues
to deny anything is going on.
The paranormal has been in the public
consciousness long enough that even their own sciences have sprung up
like ufology. "Crytpozoology" took on new meaning with legends
of Bigfoot and the Chupacabra, where once it may simply have referred to
finding an unknown species of tiger or fish. Perhaps, also, some
scientists may know their on a paranormal path of discovery until they
get there. Investigations into ancient civilizations definitely stand to
turn a few heads as they find more, and more than once in recent memory,
has "history will need to be rewritten" been uttered when
referring to their discoveries.
Something that may be "outside the
box" even for dedicated paranormal investigators would be to share
information with people of other specialties. Perhaps we have all the
pieces already to the whole picture, but without the long studied
knowledge of paranormal experts working with others in other subject
areas we won't be able to step back and see what all of our sightings
and experiences are trying to tell us. Maybe modern science should be
catching up to them instead.
About the Author
Robert Kreuk is an independant paranormal
investigator. Author of Connecting the Dots of the Paranormal and writer
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