Friday, October 30, 2009

Mind, matter and mucus.

I've been remiss in not posting here for a while. I thought I had swine flu but it was only human flu, not that that was much comfort because it hurt like hell and left me drained from lack of food and whisky. That'll teach me to socialise with people. Disgusting, diseased creatures. I'll have to keep out of their way for a while because one of them might have swine flu and having ordinary flu offers no immunity to that. Not again, not so soon!

All this 'catching stuff' started when I stopped smoking. I'm sure there's a connection. When I was pumping myself full of carcinogens and toxins, I felt fine. Healthy living doesn't agree with me. I still have the electric cigar but it's not the same, even though it does produce decent smoke rings with practice and is gentle enough on the throat to be puffed at even when your throat is a pus-filled red mess. Within limits.

The thing in my house has gone. It probably became bored since I've ignored it for a couple of weeks. I have a pretty good idea where it's gone so I'll go after it. There might be some question as to who is haunting who here.

While sitting (or generally lying) mucus-filled and hoping the pulsations in my head weren't some kind of countdown to detonation, I had time to waste on YouTube. I found several series on 'how to do telekinesis' but after trying once and having to lie down until the flashes and pounding subsided, I decided to leave it for a while. It wasn't the best time to concentrate.

The best series I found so far is by this guy. I am not impressed by the spinning of tinfoil. If I'm going to do telekinesis I want to be able to tip over cars and throw things. I don't want to wait until I achieve my ambition to become a poltergeist either. I do like the way the Irish guy in the videos thinks, because he's thinking broadly along the same lines as me and the poltergeist example works in there too. Only a few people show any sign of telekinesis and only a few ghosts show signs of poltergeist-type abilities. Neither are common. It takes practice. Nobody is going to practice something they don't believe exists. So telekinesis and poltergeists are both rare things, which is what you would expect if ghosts are dead people.

He also has a healthily angry attitude towards fakes. I like that.

For me, the jury is still out on telekinesis. I'm willing to give it a try though.


Astrology said...

I'm glad you're feeling better. It's that climate that makes you ill. It's so damp and cold there all the time. Doesn't it get depressing? I can stand the damp, as long as it's warm. I can stand the cold, as long as it's dry. But damp and cold? *shiver*

P.S. (YouTube is down at the moment, so I'll have to check this out later.)

ver: twain (there must be something 'twain.)

Romulus Crowe said...

Damp, cold and dark at this time of year. The rain has been torrential lately and a lot of places are flooded. Happens every year and it's always worse than last year because idiots build on the flat land beside the rivers in the summer then act all surprised when they discover it's a flood plain.

I'm sure it's the not-smoking that causes all these illnesses. Those deadly chemicals were killing me slowly but they were killing infections quickly.

Perhaps I'll live longer but if this keeps up, I probably won't enjoy it. Still, it'll put me in the right frame of mind for haunting someone.

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