One of the things I've noticed personally is the rising levels of activity, and no, not just because Hollywood got into the act.
Back in the 70's, capturing a ghost voice (now called an EVP) on magnetic tape was extremely rare. Even my old haunted house that had high activity, would go months on end sometimes before another brief flareup, like it had to recharge.
In the 80's, when camcorders became available, people setup cameras on Holloween, in highly haunted areas...and got nothing. Maybe once in a blue moon something questionable was caught, but not enough to really catalog events on a regular basis. Even I spent more than a few night in graveyards during the 80's trying to catch things on tape or recordings.
However, as soon as we entered the 21st century, it's like a switch was flipped on. Every year that passes, the activity seems to be getting higher and higher, even people who never had experiences with ghosts or spirits all their lives are suddenly becoming believers because they are suddenly involved with this surge of activity. There is so much activity now, they can get evidence and images and EVP's often enough to air TV shows, of all things, on ghosts. Pretty much any graveyard will yield some type of results.
10, 20 and even 30 years ago, such activity didn't exist in high volumes, even for those looking for it. I mean in high volumes. There has always been some type of activity, but not in excess as it is today.
I see this as a global warning...of something. I've had more than one highly vivid, highly detailed catastrophic dream of the near future, though I cannot put a date on it. Let me just say, it bothers me a great deal. It felt so real, I felt the dry, blistering air on my skin and actually smelled the death in the air. From what, I am not sure, I only witnessed the aftermath in my dream. Not the cause.
Does anybody else see the build up of activity over the decades I am talking about? And has anybody else had vivid dreams of entire continents being ripped apart and life as we know it changing?
Edited by Gherick, 08 November 2007 - 08:26 PM.