How I Survived My First Paranormal Investigation with Diabetes

BY Alex Matsuo  

This may not be a big deal for some, but it was to me. I was diagnosed with diabetes in July 2018. Still trying to figure out exactly what type I am.  Thankfully, there’s a glimmer of hope in solving the mystery.

Anyway, since my diagnosis, I’ve had to be extremely cautious of what I put in my mouth. I flip-flop between eating keto, dirty keto, reduced carb, etc. since looking at a carb seems to spike my blood sugar. I took a brief hiatus from ghost hunts and other paranormal investigations since my blood sugar was going crazy as I was adjusting. My first paranormal investigation as a diabetic wasn’t until September 29th, so I had time.

The biggest change for me was how much more I had to prepare before the investigation. Packing equipment and making a plan is tedious enough. But then I had to consider the following supplies: Continue Reading →

psychology test for your paranormal level and superstitious

you can answer YES OR NO IF NOT SURE as you sometimes do it and some times not just put not sure . score 3 points for yes, 2 points for unsure and 1 point for NO. and keep the total. 

Do you believe that everyone has a destiny? Are you convinced that breaking a mirror will give you seven years of bad luck? Are you one of those people who have to “see it to believe it”? Paranormal beliefs, whether secular or supernatural in origin, stem back to the time of our ancestors, when the first and enduring medium of exchange was oral storytelling. Events that could not be explained logically became the source of superstitions, many of which have prevailed into modern times. Even today, the mysterious world of the paranormal is still a source of fear and wonder.

This paranormal beliefs test is made up of self-assessment questions, in which you will be asked to indicate the degree to which you believe in the given statements. In order to receive the most accurate results, please answer each question as honestly as possible. Continue Reading →

superstitious

The number 13, black cats, breaking mirrors, or walking under ladders, may all be things you actively avoid  if you’re anything like the 25% of people in US  who consider themselves superstitious.

Even if you don’t consider yourself a particularly superstitious person, you probably say “bless you” when someone sneezes, just in case the devil should decide to steal their soul – as our  ancestors thought possible during a sneeze.

Superstition also explains why many buildings do not have a 13th floor preferring to label it 14, 14A 12B or M (the 13th letter of the alphabet) on elevator button panels because of concerns about superstitious tenants. Indeed, 13% of people in one survey indicated that staying on the 13th floor of a hotel would bother them – and 9% said they would ask for a different room 

On top of this, some airlines such as Air France and Lufthansa do not have 13th row  Lufthansa also has no 17th row because in some countries – such as Italy and Brazil – the typical unlucky number is 17 and not 13. Continue Reading →

Carmel Joy Baird Edmonton scam psychic

Edmonton psychic medium called a scam by clients left waiting for readings, refunds; One of hundreds of clients wrote 

I booked a phone reading with Carmel Baird March 26, 2015, and paid $500 over the phone, received a reading date of July 13, 2016. I was not informed that refunds were not given until after I paid, and then received a copy of her business policies. Since that time my reading date has been continually moved / cancelled. I have made requests several times now for a refund, as Carmel has not upheld her guarantee of people receiving their reading within 2 years of the original date booked. I feel strongly that after almost 5 years of waiting I am entitled to a refund regardless of her business policies. Carmel is still to this day earning income, and working as a medium. Every week I receive numerous emails soliciting business for webinars ,events, card readings, ect. I feel her waiting list and number system is not a priority for her. I feel she should be focusing on honoring previous clients who have paid and have still not received the service agreed upon. This whole situation is beyond frustrating, I want a refund now. She offers nothing except excuses.

Carmel Joy Baird says she has made several changes to her business in an effort to catch up on appointments and ensure refunds are given. Some clients have been waiting for refunds for almost a year. (Carmel Joy Baird) a scam and con artists . Continue Reading →