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Thursday, June 12, 2008

A Magnet for Paranormal Activity

Limestone has been a popular building material throughout history. It is not uncommon for researchers at a haunted location to find the site made up of the stone. Sometimes the building itself is not made of limestone, but the ground beneath it is. This coincidence has left many paranormal investigators to believe that limestone somehow acts as a magnet for paranormal activity.

The stone is believed to play a key role in residual hauntings by acting as a recorder for the events that have taken place. It is also becoming a popular belief that the stone can hold and electromagnetic charge.

Could it be that this charge can attract other energies - perhaps intelligent ones?

5 comments:

Steve said...

I have never heard of this before, Interesting. I wonder what is so special about limestone.

Aura said...

Water and quartz are also believed to draw energy to sites. I would like to see more reputable information / research about this. Very interesting indeed! Thanks for you comment and for stopping by.

Antonia said...

I grew up in a haunted house that happened to sit ontop of a major cave system in Kentucky. There was a sinkhole in my backyard, as well as scattered all over our neighborhood, and a cave attraction within a 15 minute walk. Of course, Kentucky caves are carved from limestone.

Aura said...

Mammoth Cave? Yet another interesting coincidence here...

There has to be a connection. I think in time we will have the answers to Limestones' role in paranormal activity.

Courtney said...

My parents house has a ton of limestone in their foundation and there is a negative energy there more than anything, does anyone know what can be done to cleanse the house or the stone? There have been some violent things happen there a couple decades ago and it kind of weighs on the house, if that makes sense. Any suggestion would be awesome~ Thanks