Posted: Oct 05, 2018 4:29 pm
by Wortfish
Many personal experiences of the paranormal are dismissed by scientists as "hallucinations". But, how can scientists objectively dismiss a subjective experience as an "hallucination" when they don't have access to what was actually witnessed. I recently saw a ghostly shadow of my recently deceased cat. Was my mind, in a state of grief, conjuring up the image or did the spirit of my late cat make an appearance? How can you determine if I experienced a neruological hallucination or a spiritual experience?