In a message dated Wed, 15 Nov 2000 12:19:08 PM Eastern Standard Time, Nicq
MacDonald <email@example.com> writes:
<< > Supernatural interpretations of phenomena are, IMHO, the result of the
human > mind's drive to find patterns in nature (even when they aren't real)
combined > with ignorance. They tend to fall apart whenever they are looked
at with a > critical eye backed with experimental evidence.
Look through some of the data and studies collected by the Jung Institute...
you may be suprised.
Hey, I'll bite. Kindly point me to any relevant web page, and I'll check it
I spent a good deal of my youth looking at the supernatural angle (the whole
bit -- UFOs, Wicca, ESP). I've grown as disenchanted with it as I did with
organized religion, and then religion in general. If I could believe in the
afterlife, I'd go for reincarnation, myself, since I'd rather live in this
world than in any Heaven.
Reality -- where the action is.
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