What are the most evidence-based religious, spiritual and paranormal beliefs?

What are the most evidence-based religious, spiritual and paranormal beliefs?

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Gnosticism / Hermeticism / Christianity / Yoga / Meditation / Psychedelics / Ancient Hebrew Shit

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >The Women In White

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

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      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

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  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Uh... none of them?
    There is almost certainly intelligent life on other planets. But it probably never made it here, just like Tojo never made it to Darwin.
    To extrapolate from the human experience, most alien industrial societies probably extinguish themselves very quickly, either via nuclear war or catastrophic degradation of their own environment (eg, climate change).
    That's probably for the best because they would otherwise enslave or exterminate all of us. And we're already doing a great job of doing that to ourselves.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The Women In White

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Ayys are the only paranormal phenomena

      I mean, you're arguably correct, but definitely not in the way you assumed.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    agnosticism

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Everybody on the planet is an agnostic, regardless whether they believe or not. Nobody can know whether all these invisible gods exist or not.
      Whether you're a believer or an atheist you're technically an agnostic because you can never know for sure 100 per cent.
      Just like you can't know for sure that I don't have an invisible pink dragon living in my toilet bowl. You could come here and look for it but you won't see it because it's invisible. It's also intangible, so don't even bother swirling your hand around in the bowl because you won't even feel it when you touch it. Crazy, huh?

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Agnosticism is indeed the right answer. There's no hard proof of anything any of the beliefs/faiths preach. Tbh, I'd wager there is more evidence of non-human intelligence/ayys than there is of anything religious (unless the two are one and the same, but there's nothing factually hinting at that, either).

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    UFOs.
    The government basically has confirmed it at this point.
    Everything else is kind of bullshit.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    They are not paranormal precisely to the extent they are scientifically explicable. All you did OP, is ask for "which paranormal beliefs are the least paranormal."

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The only evidence based beliefs are ones based on what you have experienced yourself. So, if you see a UFO, then UFOs are real. If you see a picture of a UFO, then pictures of UFOs are real. Notice that there is no necessary causal link between the existence of pictures of UFOs and actual UFOs. Once you have experienced a picture of a UFO, you can be sure that pictures of UFOs exist, but not that UFOs exist. This is the issue with facsimile and second-and-third-hand evidence. In fact, it goes very deep: I cannot be sure that France still exists, since I am not there any more, even though I have been there in the past.

    Agnosticism is believed to be the only evidence-based beloef by people who have never experienced gnosis. And Robert Anton Wilson.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Yoga has some scientific material basis to support it’s effects on the mind and body and any religion that encourages meditation, or otherwise just slowing down, clearing your mind, and not being reactionary like stoicism, Gnosticism, Buddhism, panpsychism, etc can probably be thrown in there too. Buddhists accept that gods exist but they generally just agree that it’s ok to just ignore them since they’re described as being petty/dramatic, and that has some similarities with most flavors of Gnosticism where the idea is that archons shouldn’t really be worshipped, idolized, or regarded well because they’re basically all buttholes and reality is an illusion/trap.

    Hindus ideas behind indras net sort of aligns with the idea of collective consciousness/oneness but with a kind of interdimensional element thrown in. I’m grossly overminimalizing but those are just the ones that come to mind if you want to look into it.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Ancient Aliens
    unironically
    Think about something for a second. We went from being homo-erectus, picking our asses and beating shit with sticks and rocks, to homo-sapiens in less than 230,000 years, then civilization just fricking popped up.
    There is no other species on earth that has come this far, this fast. We share 98.8% of our DNA with chimps.
    Divine intervention.
    People have been talking about strange shit in the sky since they could talk. They drew them, they wrote about them. angels, sky people, greek gods, egyptian gods, norse gods, miracle men.
    There are even cave paintings of flying saucers.
    We are their experiment.

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