Spiritual concepts

Ghost

From all the evidence collected on hallucinations and apports, as well as on out of body experiences, it is  apparent that ‘ghosts’ can come in three varieties:

  • One is an ‘action replay’ – a clip of a person’s perceptions which is replayed to that person and overlays [like a double negative], the input from the eyes.  This is not an uncommon experience for people who are grief stricken.  The composer [higher spirit] appears to find a comforting clip to help the grief stricken person
  • The next is also an action replay, but does not come from the person who sees the ghost but is being replayed either by another person [and the viewer receives the impression via inter composer communication], or the surroundings [being crystalline] have captured the scene during a time of high emotion, and the person is receiving the impression via psychometry

In these two cases the 'ghost' is generally semi transparent or looks like a film would do if played back into thin air – vague, flickery, lacking in colour.  And no interaction with the ghost is possible, it just is.

[If interaction is possible even though the image is indistinct, it could be the third variety in the process of materialising, and you need to wait for more of it to appear - a bit like the Cheshire cat in Alice in Wonderland.]

But there do appear to be ‘ghosts’ that are far more substantial, with whom one can interact, and which if touched may even have a body that can be felt.  There are then four further explanations that can be given for these:

  • An out of body explorer [a very good one] who is able to manufacture from a template a temporary form in order that it can interact with those it has visited
  •  A person dreaming who is also out of body,[ generally lucid dreaming seems to be more effective at producing the temporary form needed ] and again the template is used
  •  A spirit from another sphere than ours [see levels and layers] who manages to apport itself into our sphere via a medium and manufacture itself a form from the energy of the sitters and the medium as well as something of the medium themselves. 
  • A dead person [well dead in the sense the Higher spirit has left the body it temporarily occupied], who is called back by the seance group and apports itself into our sphere again via a medium and manufactures itself a recognisable form from the energy of the sitters and the medium as well as something of the medium themselves.  Note that there are links with resurrection here

 

Thus the concept of the Apport becomes exceptionally important and we believe we have enough observations now to state that apporting is a genuine phenomenon.

Dark Matter suddenly takes on a whole new importance, as clearly the third type of ghost is being materialised from dark matter, by the Higher spirit.

The concept of the template also becomes key to this process.

The observations describing ghosts are too numerous to list under this heading, and because the source usually does not know the type of ghost - even one not touched may be a materialised form - the hallucinations provide a better entry point, as does the section on apporting and templates.

Ghosts in Solid Form - Robert Gambier Bolton

The meaning of the word Materialisation, ......I understand to be this : the taking on by an entity from a sphere outside our own, an entity representing a man, woman, or child (or even a beast or bird), of a temporary body built up from material drawn partially; from the inhabitants of earth, consolidated through the agency of certain persons of both sexes, termed Sensitives, and moulded by the entity into a semblance of the body which (it alleges) it inhabited during its existence on earth. In other words, a materialisation is the appearance of an entity in bodily, tangible form [i.e  one which we can touch], thus differing from an …. apparition, which is, of course, one which cannot be touched although it may be clearly visible to anyone possessing only normal sight.

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