Feel the paranormal: we have the tools, but are we aware of them?

We as humans have a kinesthetic sense and a post-secondary sense of ecroception. These two senses could be used to explain some experiences people have when dealing with the paranormal field. We may have the abilities to communicate and perceive the paranormal, but we are unaware of these two little-known senses. Phantom limb syndrome and even a normal balloon can be used to prove these theories.

Try to close your eyes with your arms at your sides. Now with his eyes closed he still touches the tip of his nose. Did you touch the tip of your nose? Most people are able to do this easily; however, some people who have had a medical condition, such as a stroke, have trouble with this sense. This simple test is an example of your kinesthetic sense in action. This sense is the ability of your mind, primarily the parietal lobe of your brain, to detect where your body, organs, and ex termites are in relation to your environment without needing to use any other traditional senses such as sight, hearing, touch, smell. , or taste

One way to hypothesize that the kinesthetic sense might be a link to our presumptions of paranormal activity is the condition known as phantom limb syndrome. This condition is basically when a person has a limb amputated but still feels the limb as if it is still there. Some amputees know where it should be as if they were not amputees. This idea of ​​being able to perceive something that is not able to be felt or seen by our traditional senses; leads to the question Can we also feel and perceive things that can’t be picked up with our traditional five senses either?

Many of us have seen the movies and shows when ghosts or spirits are supposed to be there, they get that creepy feeling and the hairs stand up on the back of their necks. Or have you ever taken a balloon, rubbed it with a cloth, then ran it over your arm and felt your hair stand on end. Well, there is a very possible scientific reason for this phenomenon. Some aquatic animals and the platypus are able to freely use the sense of Elecroception. This is the ability to detect electric fields in an environment. We as humans have a post-secondary sense of ecroception. If you’ve felt static electricity, you’ve had a run-in with that feeling.

The theory that some spirits use or give off electromagnetic fields (EMFs) or energy could explain why our hair sometimes stands on end or we feel a difference when we are in an environment of paranormal activity. Many professional paranormal investigation teams use a meter to detect these EMFs. An accepted way of signifying a possible haunting is the presence of EMFs of unknown causes. Also scientific research, as it also showed that high enough EMFs can make people physically ill and cause hallucinations if exposed for a long time. This supports my theory of being able to sense the presence of spirits and the paranormal with the post-secondary sense of electroception.

Written by: Michael Stayduhar