Need help summoning a fictional character's spirit
Posted 01 August 2012 - 02:19 PM
Posted 01 August 2012 - 03:30 PM
oh yeah and one of them voice box things im not sure if thats what there called tho
Posted 01 August 2012 - 05:01 PM
I'm not sure how but I suppose you could just go about it the same way as you would for a normal spirit?
I mean if what you believe is true then surely spirits can cross dimensions.
Posted 01 August 2012 - 08:33 PM
Posted 02 August 2012 - 01:51 PM
And that right there is the red flag. Before you attempt to contact a spirit of this nature, please ask yourself the following questions:
1. Why do I want to do this?
2. Am I trying to contact this entity for personal gain, or otherwise selfless reasons?
3. How do I know that any information given to me on how to contact this being is accurate and safe?
4. Are you emotionally ready for a failure to produce this entity?
5. Are you emotionally ready to have a successful communication with this entity?
6. What would you do in the likely event that something ELSE would come through, something with perhaps negative intentions, masquerading as the entity you'd like to contact?
When you can satisfactorily answer those questions for yourself, then I would consider looking into the Philip experiment first. You're not trying to contact a "normal" spirit, normal being any definition of spirit of popular belief. You're trying to contact what I would believe, if anything, WOULD be comparable to a tulpa. There are plenty who believe that the processes involved in creating a fictional character are emotionally charged enough that it does symbolically and literally breathe life into those characters--its certainly been explored enough through horror and science fiction literature, but I seriously doubt that just sitting down with a recorder is going to illicit any legitimate response.
Posted 02 August 2012 - 11:46 PM
Assuming that fictional characters exist as sentient beings in another universe, in order to contact them you'd need the means to send your message to that unknown place with a way for them to reply. From a theoretical science point of view, you may want to look into string theory, the multiverse, or possilby the wave / surface theory. How any of those could help you goes beyond proven science.
I didn't lose my mind - I have it backed up on a disk ... somewhere
Posted 04 August 2012 - 10:20 AM
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Posted 20 November 2012 - 05:35 AM
"The friend whose dream of July 1966 I refer to later in this chapter had a vision in 1978, when staying overnight in a European capital. A pleasant female voice in his mind told him the title of a play, in which there were six characters 9the parallel with Pirandello's play occurred to my friend), and informed him that he was going to write it. His plea of incompetence was swept aside with the assurance that all he had to do was write down what the characters told him. Eight characters, not six, invaded his mind the following evening, saying that they had decided on two plays rather than one. Five weeks later, the plays were completed, to his relief and the satisfaction of the characters; there had been anxious moments when the characters invaded his mind in the middle of business meetings, causing him to temporarily lose track of what he was saying, but the characters were sufficiently well-mannered to withdraw. After 5 years and three-quarters of a million words in plays, novels, and short stories, my friend accepts that he must write for part of each year, whether or not any of it is suitable for publication, so that he may pursue other activities in peace and sanity.
His vision was visual and aural, totally within his mind. There has been no recurrence of the same intensity after the first five weeks. It may or may not be a precognitive vision of a career as a writer, something that had not previously had a place in his plans or ambitions for the future."
I'm not a stranger to the concept of literal "ghost-writing" or automatic writing while in trance, but this is the first incident I've heard where something described as the actual characters in the play came to someone in a vision and asked them to write about them. It can't be ruled out that this was simply a manifestation of the subconscious...that this friend had a part of him that wanted to be a writer, but never explored that side before, but its still an interesting story.
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