Hello, We are silent ghost cinema, we recently finished our new film. It's our first new short in a long while... The Cabinet of Madame Blavatsky please feel free to swing by the Blavatsky Cabinet page and check out a excerpt from the film. Music by the wonderful Paul Mercer. http://www.myspace.com/blavatskyscabinet Thanks www.silentghostcinema.com
I am new here. My name is Lyndsy and I'm 18 from Northern Ireland. I did a seance about three weeks ago in an old mansion from the 1700s nothing much happened. I used to read tea leaves and give readings etc but I don't do that anymore but I am still a spectator. I am wondering if anyone can read photographs and/or teach me to do the basics??
Hi, I would just like to invite anyone interested to join my site, if you get a moment. It is a forums and chatrooms, focussed on all areas of the metaphysical, paranormal, spiritual and psychic, and also has blog, gallery, games arcade and media player on site to keep members entertained. This is in no way designed to take any members away from this community, I believe there is always room for us to interract in more than one place :)I myself am interested in all areas of mediumship and spirituality, especially physical mediumship, which I am developing in.
Last night, my sister and I were vegging in the living room, watching the idiot box, when suddenly a strange smell awakened our suspicions.
"Do you smell that?" She asked me, as I was just beginning to clamp my hand over my nose. Right at that moment, I had smelled it as well. It was a horrible, powerful, putrid smell that might best be described as an unintelligible cross between hot, rotting garbage and rancid meat/dead things. It was awful, and it was everywhere, and it came on so suddenly!
We started sniffing around the room, searching for the source of the odour. For the first time ever in my life I think, I felt like I was going to toss my cookies due to an odour. One of our cats had just been lying on the floor in front of me and had walked away, so I sniffed him and he seemed "clean." Every now and again, I'd catch a whiff of what I thought was the "eye" of the stench, but then the odour seemed to move and I was unable to determine where it was coming from. Sometimes, our trashy neighbours leave their garbage on the patio and the stink wafts over to our apartment, but after opening the patio door and taking a good sniff, I found that the neighbours garbage didn't smell at all. Nor did anything in the front of the house. Whatever it was, it was centered in the living room. But there wasn't anything in the living room (that we could find) that reeked!
Then, as suddenly as it had come, the stench disappeared.
Both of us were thinking it (I thought of it immediately, how unscientific of me): some sort of bad mojo? Once my sister had voiced the concern, she stated: "I think it's coming back!" but I grounded the urge to sensationalize. "No, it's gone." I replied, before even allowing myself to smell.
What's so weird about the experience was that we both smelled the whatever-it-was at the same precise moment. Also strange was the pungency of the odour (we're talking really bad), the fact that we had no windows open, and the fact that we never did pinpoint the source of it or where it vanished to.
The two of us, together, have experienced odd, fly-by-night "episodes" in the past but never with a smell attached.
I'm doing a painting for an art show that I have vague ideas for, but I thought you could help me. I want the painting to have a Dark Victorian theme, and I also want use memento mori imagery in it. So...if you could reply to this post with some of your most interesting/beautiful pictures of any kind of memento mori and other dark imagery, you may well see it incorporated into my painting! I would appreciate your help very, very much!!!
Hello to all. For those who may or may not already know, I am researching The Royal Derwent / Willow Court complex - an old, abandoned mental asylum in New Norfolk, Tasmania, Australia. Over the next 12 - 18 months, I hope to make an independent documentary.
I just wanted to share a photo from our most recent trip. It was taken through a broken window looking into one of the wards. The camera I used was a Cannon EOS 300, a 400 speed film and the flash was used.
Have a look at the glass panel, second from the left. I have also included a close up of the "face".