By Lisa Grace
With so many advances in the technological field, it's become possible to find and test for signs of paranormal creatures in the field. Remember, detection of different stars, and small particles like the (Higs Boson) weren't possible for hundreds of years after they were first theorized, but that doesn't make them any less real.
The problem is—are people using the right equipment for detection?
If you've ever experienced the paranormal in a group setting, you know it exists. If you have faith in the Holy Scriptures, you know it exits. According to the latest polls 77% of people believe in angels.
Because I believe the Holy Scriptures, I know there are several types of angels, good and evil. We know there are a few other types too according to the scriptures. There are however, no "ghosts." People do not come back as amorphous mists. These are demonic (a type of evil angel) persuading people that ghosts exist, to lead them away from the true afterlife. For the purposes of this article I'm okay with calling these mists that resemble people as "ghosts."
One of my theories which I've expounded upon in previous articles here at EOTP is that these paranormal creatures are made of plasma, which is the most abundant form of matter in the universe.
What are plasmas?
Plasma is the most abundant form of matter in the universe (after solids, liquids, and gases, & the newly discovered 5th state-bose-einstein), yet we can't detect it very well, yet. There are creatures that live in every form of matter, yet we've never thought to look for creatures that live in the most abundant form of matter, plasmas. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:http://www.plasmas.org/what-are-plasmas.htm (this is an old page, so you might have to hit your compatibility view, then refresh to see the diagrams and photos.)
Yes, plasmas (the environment) are-creatable in the lab. This is one argument used by unbelievers.
Sir William Crookes surmised a fourth state of matter existed back in 1879 yet it wasn’t proven until 1929 by Dr. Irving Langmuir.
Most importantly plasmas are electrical in nature and some manipulate magnetic fields because of their electrical properties.
Some examples of common plasma fields are:
Why this lengthy explanation of what plasmas are?
Because how can you detect something conclusively if you aren’t looking for the right phenomena produced during the interaction?
Current detecting equipment are:
electro magnetic devices
temperature and thermal heat
laser grid fields
While some of these can detect interactions I believe better detectors can be constructed once those involved with the technology have a better understanding of what they are looking for.