How to Feel Normal in an Anomalistic Universe

A strange – yet fascinating blog

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“She believed in nothing; only her skepticism kept her from being an atheist” – Jean-Paul Sartre

feeling_normal Another day, another anomaly.

When you are as deeply concerned with strange phenomena as I am, it’s hard to get up in the morning feeling normal.  It helps if you drink.  The chasm between physical reality and our conscious perception thereof opens up with your morning coffee, and as you peruse the newspaper headlines and social media feeds, one has the same unsettling sense that no doubt prompted humorist Dorthy Parker to greet the doorbell each time it rang with the phrase, “What fresh hell can this be?”  Let’s face it, if you express anything more than a passing interest in UFO’s, Bigfoot, ghosts, monsters, or the various and sundry anomalies of the universe, you are generally regarded by your peers with trepidation, and a charitable concern for your mental health.

Now this may…

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