More on making ghosts

20 Mar

For the past few months I’ve been trying to work out how to put ghosts into objects. Perhaps in a similar way that stone’s are said to absorb and emit morphic resonance. After much trial and error, I think I finally managed to crack it. The object I put the ghost into is a statue I bought in a charity shop. It’s perhaps work saying that what I made isn’t so much a ghost in the sense of a spirit. Moreover, it’s a kind of psychic thought form programmed to do a number of simple things. Essentially, by my reckoning anway, a ghost is simply a psychic imprint in the time-space fabric. What I’ve done is make an imprint and attach it into the statue I chose.

To test of my ghost works I’ve posted it to a friend of mine. Along with the statue with the ghost in it I also sent another statue that has no vibrations attached to it. My friend will then place each statue in a different environment and we will see if the ghost works, by seeing which one he believes is the one I have put the ghost in. Magick!

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2 Responses to “More on making ghosts”

  1. Michael Roth April 21, 2009 at 5:29 am #

    Hi Justin,
    This is Mike form MySpace, etc. Finally checking out your blog after about a year. Interesting stuff. Sorry it took so long. Hope you’re doing well.

    How did this thought form experiment go? I knew a guy many years ago who created a thought-form/ghost/golem. It would appear as a white flicker or flash in your peripheral vision. One experience I had with it – I was reading this guy’s writing and at the moment I came to the part where he describes creating this “entity”, there is a movement of white across the top part of my field of vision. Like someone drawing a curtain and you are somewhat aware of it.

    Have fun.

    • psychonautic April 21, 2009 at 9:17 am #

      Hey Mike,
      Nice to hear from you. The thought form experiment went quite well (I think). I am still waiting to hear how the one I sent my friend is working out. He says he hasn’t seen anything yet but that his dog barks continuously at the statue containing the thought form, with no good explanation. SO I thought that was interesting. The thought form wasn’t programmed to do anything other than make its presence known, although I hoped it might build up enough energy for a bit of mild poltergeist activity. But I guess there’s still time for that, so lets see!

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