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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Can People with physiologicall or mental illness see paranormal things?

Do people suffering from mental conditions like Schizophrenia see things from other worlds that we can’t see or is all just in their heads. I’ve met people who could see such stuff but didn’t have any psychological problems but suffered from easy distractions due to the beings in their mind. Kind of seems like a medium. What are your opinions on this?

Answer by Abriana
Yes and no.

Answer by inteleyes
Yes some of these people may even be confused because doctors may not believe in their gift and tell them there is something wrong with them to where they are just sensitive to the spiritual world.
Some of these people may have some mental illness, and yet they were born sensitive to the spiritual world……every person will be different in some way….because we are all individuals.

Answer by Olga
Not in all cases that people with mental disorders can do this but i think its possible.

When people see spirits or sense them, its usually because they are in a relaxed state of mind, relaxing in leisure. People who have mental disorders are usually in their leisure, resting and non thinking. Almost in a state of living life like zombies, moving but the depression etc… makes them tired and unattached to their own feelings leaving open opportunity for other stuff to replace what stressed people can not do.

so spirits could try to enter a relaxed individual. they will see things that are there but not there… spirits. voices as well…

Answer by Stupid Idiot
I’ve seen several and im a schizophrenic, in fact that is all that psychosis was, a malevolent haunting.

It was really hurting me.

Ok these are some of the things i’ve seen.

a ufo.
an alien(appeared ghostly).
a satyr.
some shadow beings/people.
was painfully shocked and a face with fangs appeared, it to was made of light.
a light being in a tree, it gave me the illusion that it was in a tree, it wore a gown and had white blank light where a face should be, and then i heard “sssshhhhhh” next to my head.
i’ve also been burned and it left two marks on my hand for awhile.
during psychosis i would look at the clock at three repeatedly, this went on to be different times though.
i’ve been grabbed.
i’ve smelled smoke, a very thick and deep burning during psychosis.
voices have told me the outcome of the superbowl twice before it happened, and told me where the bread was in the store when i couldn’t remember.
sometimes a have an extreme form of what they call paerodolia, but this is just their word, there are actual very detailed faces that the world forms of what it is made of, they are everwhere.

during psychosis, the voices were talking about things, like resurrection, weather being controlled, souls being inside of objects, shapeshifting, they also said that i would be tormented for eternity, and that angels had been defeated. fairly scary.

they have also been in my dreams.

i can remember them telling me that i was a schizophrenic in third grade, and they were also suggesting suicide to me back then.

this is only some of it. man i really should write a book about it, maybe it would help.

that is another thing, they are always telling people to write books.

Answer by Tom
Possible, but as a researcher of the Paranormal, We REJECT such “evidence” from people with mental illness or whose mind may be in an “altered state from drugs, sleep deprivation, etc.

It is Just too easy to write the more or less rare “Paranormal” phenomena off as simple “hallucinations” in such cases.. To accept such reports would be like deliberately setting one’s self up for a Skeptic attack.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Our relationship here is not bodily physical, it’s words. Could we call it a spiritual relationship?

An interaction of minds, through, of course, the medium of words?
What is this, in other words, what is it?

Answer by Zen Zorba
We are all students of cause and effect

Answer by Eric
A discussion?

Answer by Gaden
Chuck Norris

Answer by Carl W
You sound like one of those gays that claim to still be a Christian.

Answer by SINNER SAVED BY GRACE
It’s only words,
and words are all I have
to take you heart away.

Answer by oli
I have a spiritual connection to God while in here but I wouldn’t say I have a spiritual connection to atheists.
It is an exchange between believers and non-believers. With a few extras thrown into the mix.

Answer by Doug
All things have their likeness.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : I need five examples of different types of wars?

I need five examples of different types of wars and their descriptions like what r they but very brief. I have to write paragraph and give five examples of wars (ive got four already but if i still need one more but any ideas would be helpful) i have Civil, Revolutionary, Spiritual and world wars…Thanks!

Answer by Cathleen C
There’s another one called proxy wars. It’s when bigger nations fight each other by using smaller nations as puppets. This happened during the Cold War (that could be another type) when the US supported Afghanistan to fight the Soviets and the Soviet Union threatened the US through Cuba (they also aided North Vietnam).
You can also look through many other places involved here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxy_war

Answer by eruseon
Media? Information?

Something like the Cold War where the only battling was on who could win the staring contest~? Kennedy~

Answer by Donald C
Big question.
Okay, I’ll help you. I will also give you some more examples.
1.) Civil War.
This is a war in which a large portion of the population of a country goes to war with another large part of the population, in open conflict. The best example of this is the American Civil War of 1861 to 1865.
2.) Revolutionary War.
This occurs when the general population of a country rises up against its own government, in order to overthrow it and replace it.
The best examples of this would be The American Revolutionary War and The French Revolution.
3.) Wars of religion.
This is when a large number of people, from the same country or different countries, take up arms against the people of another religion, or even different sects of the same religion.
The best examples of many countries banding together for the sake of religion, to fight another religion, would be the Crusades, The 30 Years war in Europe, and The War of the Spanish Succession.
4.) World War.
When many countries all over the world go to war against each other, while united through alliances against the opposing side.
The Best examples of this would be WWI and WWII, although it may be said that the 7 Years War of 1756 to 1763 was also a world war, in that it was fought mainly in North America and in Europe, while minor sea engagements spread to the Caribbean and other places.
5.) Cyber War.
This is a very new form of warfare, dealing with the attacks on another country’s computer systems, mainly through the internet. This could be done through misinformation, such as false reports placed in another country’s most popular media, to virus attacks to shut down internet communications completely.
A good example of this would be the garbage and misinformation coming out of the Middle East today, from such sources as Al Jazeera, Al Qaida, and the Taliban. Their victories could be said to occur when people of the target country begin to believe bizzarre conspiracy theories, or think that we a re losing in Iraq, when we are actually winning, and nearly finished there.
6.) Guerrilla War.
This is Spanish for “little war”. This is when there is a part of a population of a country, much smaller than the established part, who take to fighting in jungles and forests in little groups, always hiding and attacking only by surprise, usually on people who can not fight back.
Good examples of this would be the Malay war of the 1950’s, Vietnam, and present-day columbia.
7.) Proxy War.
As another answerer had said, this is when two major countries, for whatever reasons, can not openly fight each other, so they involve themselves in smaller conlicts, supporting either side, practicing for a possible future war against each other. The goals of the conflict itself usually become minor to the big picture of the two big countries indirectly fighting.
A good example of this would be the Afghanistan War of 1979-1989. The Soviets entered to support a failing communist government, only to be embroiled in a long guerrilla war with the Mujahedeen, supported by the U.S..
7.) Insurgency.
This is when the majority of a country has a popular elected government, yet some small elements of the population refuse to accept the reality, and carry out attacks usually on defenseless people, to scare them into reversing their support for the government.
The best example of this would be the present day Iraq War.
8.) Class or caste war.
This is when a whole group of a certain class rise up in rebellion against another class.
The best examples of this would be the Russian Revolution, and Cambodia in 1975-79.
9.) Wars of Unification.
This is when one strong state of a group of states, begins a series of wars to unite all the states into one country.
The best examples of this would be the Unification of Germany under Bismarck, and the Unification of Italy under Garibaldi and Maximillian.
10.) Wars of Nationalism.
This occurs when the people of one country suddenly feel that they are better than the people of another country, and therefore should be ruled by them.
Good examples of this would be Japan and Korea, Japan and China, and the Franco-Prussian War of 1870.
11.) Wars for Resources.
This is when the people or government of a country decides that it needs the resources of another country, in order to survive or prosper.
It can also be of different peoples of the same country.
Good examples of this would be Darfur today, over water and arable land, or Japan’s drive for the Indonesia oilfields at the beginning of WWII in the Pacific.
12.) Wars of Genocide.
This happens when one group of people decide that another group of people aren’t fit to live, and must be exterminated.
A good example of this would be Rwanda a few years ago.
13.) Total War.
This is an advanced stage of World War, where no form of attack is barred.
Good examples of this would be the bombing raids on Germany during WWII, unrestricted u-boat warfare during WWII, and the use of the Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
14.) Cold War.
This is a form of war with balances, where both sides of alliances try to meet attack and defense needs of each other, either trying for an advantage, thus a reasonable chance for a successful outcome of a real war, or balance, thus preventing it.
The best example of this would be the Cold War of 1946 to 1991, in Europe and elsewhere, between the Warsaw Pact and NATO.

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