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Why Imagination Is More Important Than You Think
By Dorraine Fisher


Albert Einstein said a curious thing. He said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge, for knowledge is limited, where imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.”

And many inquiring minds have contemplated what he meant by this. And many have even disagreed. Certainly imagination plays a pivotal role in implementing new ideas. Nothing has ever been created or implemented without someone first imagining it. But isn’t that imagined image in the creator’s mind backed up by some kind of knowledge? Don’t they have to have a foundation of knowledge before they can imagine an idea into form? Well, not really, and the further your imagination can go in the absence of knowledge, the bigger and more amazing the creation can be.


Perception: The Roadblock To Logic And Critical Thinking
By Dorraine Fisher

I’m out to prove that logic and critical thinking are the biggest ruses ever perpetuated onto the human race. Or at least to make people think about them a little bit deeper and question what these terms are really suggesting. Until we all turn into Vulcans like Mr. Spock from Star Trek and can stoically and methodically analyze our own thoughts, we need to scrap these ideas entirely.

According to Merriam-Webster, logic is a science that deals with the principles and criteria of validity of inference and demonstration: the science of the formal principles of reasoning.

I’ve always found this definition troublesome because it doesn’t clarify where these “formal principles of reasoning” come from. It doesn’t allow for the inevitable personal perceptions of the one who is attempting to be “reasonable.” Every single person you talk to believes they’re being reasonable or logical, but it’s based on their own perceptions of what reasonable and logical mean to them personally.  And it’s based on their personal perceptions of the subject they’re attempting to be logical about.

Your Supernatural Heart
Why Your Heart May Be A “Paranormal” Organ

By Dorraine Fisher

There’s an old joke that tells us all to think with our brains more because our hearts are stupid. But real research about the nature of our hearts may indicate that it might be the other way around.

Ancient Egyptians, during their embalming and mummification process of the dead, took great care in removing most of the organs from the body and storing them separately in earthenware jars. But in order to avoid damage to the head and face of the deceased, they pulled the brain out through the nose in small bits. In a process where they took great care in preserving a person’s body for the next life, it seems they regarded the brain as less important than other organs.  And certainly less important than the heart, which was carefully left intact inside the body. It was believed that the heart was the central part of a person’s entire being, knowledge, wisdom, and consciousness. Did they know something we, to this day, still don’t know? Scriptures and ancient spiritual teachings make almost no references to the brain but many references to the heart. Why?

Unraveling Dreams About The People In Your Life

By Dorraine Fisher


Our dreams offer insights into our soul. They reveal our deepest fears and insecurities. But our dreams about the people in our lives are the most telling of all. Though we often overlook them as “just a dream.”

There is no such thing as “just a dream.” When we dream, our subconscious mind is hard at work sending us messages about what we need to fix about ourselves in order to be happy and feel better. And even nightmares serve this purpose if we examine them closely.

We often have dreams about strangers, but it’s the dreams about people we know that we should pay special attention to.
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Sleep Paralysis Or Something More Sinister?

With 50-70 million American adults reporting that they have a sleep disorder, it's an issue that needs to be addressed. Sleep disorders can vary from moderate to chronic insomnia, a obstructive sleep apnea or sleep paralysis, and a lack of sleep can lead to poor physical and mental health. Sometimes it's hard to sleep when we're convinced that something goes bump in the night, so whether the prospect of a Bigfoot sighting is keeping you awake or you hear creaks in the house that don't exist, is sleep paralysis affecting you, or is something more spooky occurring?

Around The Campfire - The Paranormal World & How Your Mind Plays Tricks

Welcome to episode 8 of Around the Campfire. It's been kind of a long while since our last episode but after watching this one, I think you will find it worth the wait. You know the human mind is a fascinating thing. It can do things that we just don't understand or even realize. Dorraine list 5 quirks of the human brain that can mess with our perception.

Here is episode 8



A special thanks goes to brainrules.net for letting us use one of their videos.



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~Tom~

This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.


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