I was looking at back posts for the blog the other day and realized that, without me quite realizing it, I had passed the six month mark for this blog and was well on the way to the one year mark (10 January 2014, for those who might be curious). I wanted to stop here, take a breath and thank everyone who has visited the site and especially those who are not following the blog. I also want to offer my sincere gratitude to those of you who have commented and offered encouragement over the past several months. I want to assure you that I am nowhere close to running out of ideas and will continue to do what I have been doing over the last (now) nine months.
Looking to the future though, I would also like to continue with my own etheric explorations of paranormal sites. In this post, I talked about a short series of etheric projection experiments that I did with a paranormal investigator that produced some very interesting results. I would love to continue to explore this realm and am considering reaching out to other investigators. If you happen to be reading this piece and know someone who might be interested in my input into their investigations, please feel free to leave a comment.
Here’s how it would work. I want to know absolutely nothing about the site except it’s physical geographic coordinates. If those are not available then a street address will do. All the investigator has to do is supply me with that information and I will do the rest. I use the coordinates to look at a “from the air” view of the area so that I can vector into the proper site. Once the projection is done, I will supply a full report of everything I see and encounter, if applicable, and the investigator is free to use that information or not as they choose. If I encounter anything that I deem hostile, I will let the investigator know in no uncertain terms and will hope that the team in questions will take necessary precautions. I will not, of course, be responsible if the team ignores my advice and gets eaten by monsters.
Again, many thanks for your continued support of the blog. Back to our regularly scheduled program.