Paranormalization: Don’t Go Back to Buncombe

Great blog always find something interesting or ‘spooky’


“The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement, but the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth” – Niels Bohr

Yeah, I see it to. Yeah, I see it too.

According to the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion and Public Life, 84% of the world’s population professes some form of religious faith, with the number of self-described agnostics or those unaffiliated with organized religion expected to shrink from 16% to 13% globally by 2050.  The U.S. is an exception to this trend, with increasing numbers of individuals fleeing organized religion, but before you go crazy with thoughts of “American Exceptionalism”, note that according to sociologists Christopher Bader and F. Carson Mencken of Baylor University and Joseph Baker of East Tennessee State University, more than two-thirds of Americans have “paranormal beliefs”, defined as a belief in things not recognized by science and not associated with mainstream religion.  This has…

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