Can ghosts or spirits make things disappear?

Can ghosts or spirits make things disappear?
I know I have a ghost or spirit or demon or something in my house because of several things that happen to me, but can they make things disappear? I have several things that have simply vanished. I cannot find them anywhere and I know they can’t be lost because I left these items sitting on my desk where nobody would ever move them!

Suggestion by D.Zilla
Some people believe so. I personally do not.

Suggestion by Teresa B
Yes a poltergeist can move objects around. You will finds these things eventually.

Suggestion by Eddie M
yea they could

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Is it possible for atheists to believe in ghosts, the afterlife and visit mediums?
Someone I know is an atheist but they say they believe in ghosts, the afterlife and visits mediums and does seances.

Can an atheist believe in these things?

Suggestion by Leviathan
Of course – being an atheist just means we don’t believe in god/s.

In practice however, dismissing one superstitious bag of unsubstantiated nonsense often means dumping the whole lot.

Suggestion by Greg
According to the findings of the studies in this article in the Wall Street Journal, atheists are more likely to believe in those things:

Suggestion by Paul B
If Athiests dont believe in god they dont believe in life

What do you think? Answer below!

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14 Responses to Can ghosts or spirits make things disappear?

  1. Jesus Fish July 28, 2013 at 4:54 pm #

    no such things as ghosts. but, demons are real.

  2. trinlycan July 28, 2013 at 5:20 pm #

    Yes most times if you tell or ask them to bring it back they will , Most are harmless just having fun , like us playing jokes on people is funny to them .

  3. path less travelled July 28, 2013 at 5:54 pm #

    Why yes, of course such occurrences can be. But do not necessarily connote such occurrences as something evil or dark. It all depends. Some life forms not yet known existent do come into existence in this very manner. Life is a mysterious thing and Science and Philosophy are yet still in infancy.

    Look on it in its economic seeming — that’s right, economics. Here’s why. Anything that exists at the physical level is seen or heard or observed or felt because of its frequency signature, which corresponds with that of the Earth’s, or any planet’s, energy frequency. One knows this from the knowledge that there are varying ranges of light and sound frequencies; some perceived, some not. And these frequencies have been so coarsened, whose wavelengths have been so lengthened or stretched as to be palpable, tangible or what we call real and thus made perceivable to human beings, which are measurable.

    There exists events all the time in which things de-materialize from, or manifest out-of, the ethers. But herewith concerns the economy involved. When an object is manifested out-of or de-materialize from the ethers, there has to be an accounting and questioning brought to bear; and this, on two counts: where did the object de-materialize to; or where did it materialize from. The law of balance holds sway in no less way than in any other phenomenon or event. There is also that of suspension — that the object is not gone as much as simply held in the abeyance of the ethers itself, analogous to say a chemical that is held in solution as would an acid be placed in a solvent such as water (in the case of an acid, definitely preferably water!) As to this point, there is the concern for ratios and proportions. Again, as on earth is it so above’. And this brings us back to the factor of balance.

    When something is pulled from out of the ethers or atomically dissembled and dispersed as to affect a disappearance, this can cause tremendous disruption in the very Fabric (or ethers). Things must be kept in a range of balance: for whatever has been taken out, there must be something put in. Bear in mind that, for example, under certain influences, light bends. Thus there is some medium in which the light is made to bend — and — there ‘is’ something ‘there’ that can influence that medium, for example that of gravity…

    There are beings who can indeed manifest objects in or out of the ethers. Some may be Dark Beings; some Light Beings. However, in any case, there is a consequence of doing so, and if too excessive, that being who does this has to be brought to account for why this were done, and a penalty imposed that awaits the actions of such efforts if were done in violation or has caused certain discord. In other words, such violators ‘can’ or ‘will’ be apprehended. In the case of light beings, manipulating the ethers would be done in full compliance with certain laws and Orders of still other beings and for specific purpose. As well can time and space be warped if some intent of the Orders calls for this. To this I say, welcome to life in the physical universe. We are not alone.

    Now, there can follow a chain reaction of things if the very Fabric is trifled with. The universes are held in a subtle balance by beings and forces of great merit and power, respectively, most often all but imperceptible to the likes of human beings.

    In the case of moving objects, this is quite in accord with the fabric as it normally exists. The energy expended herein lies with the expender of the energy and not with the Ethers itself, because to move an object is a bearing on an object that is already within the normal, or coarse, frequency of the Earth’s frequency range.

    Is it a ghost or spirit — maybe, maybe not? Have someone to help with knowing what this is. There are people whose specialites work with this sort of thing.

  4. Bugout July 28, 2013 at 6:23 pm #

    I don’t know about ghosts but spirits make your braincells disappear. Have a check up for dementia while you are at it.

  5. Joe the Destroyer July 28, 2013 at 6:47 pm #

    Yes, there are some that do.

    Personally, I’m an all around skeptic.

  6. Jesse James July 28, 2013 at 7:13 pm #

    There maybe an afterlife but there is no guy in the sky

  7. Vladimir Pachinko July 28, 2013 at 7:19 pm #

    No, because atheists are people who think logically and don’t fall for stupid scams that are obviously fake such as ghosts, god, or unicorns.

  8. Meth❂❂zelah July 28, 2013 at 7:59 pm #

    As absurd as all that spooky stuff sounds, it still doesn’t match the absurdity of the bogus story that god sent his son down to be tortured and then he rose again… WTF?

  9. Luke the British Atheist July 28, 2013 at 8:05 pm #

    Not for me.

  10. Don H July 28, 2013 at 8:25 pm #

    Being an atheist is the non belief in deities. This is a common belief of people who could not swallow the nonsense that religion tried th force feed them.

    Many of the people who label themselves as atheists are not atheists at all. They are just reacting to a negative religious upbringing. Having finally seen the conflicting nonsense that religion told them as a lie, they assume that everything that religion told them must be a lie too. God included.

    So they sort of throw the baby (God) out with the bath water (religion)

    If you ask these people to describe the God that they don’t believe in they invariably describe an angry judgmental punishing god that lives on a far off cloud called heaven.

    This I can understand because I don’t believe in that God either.

    Love and blessings Don

  11. Random Panther July 28, 2013 at 9:01 pm #

    Possible but indefensible,how one can refuse to believe in something that has no evidence,and believe in something else despite the same lack is beyond me.

    You have to give that copy and paste speech up Don H. It is demonstrably wrong and if not offensive,at least insulting.

  12. JoelKatz July 28, 2013 at 9:51 pm #

    Yep. You can be an atheist and still have a lot of ridiculous beliefs, just not about gods or deities of any kind.

    Some people use ‘atheist’ to mean someone who rejects all things supernatural, but this is not common usage. In most cases, it doesn’t make any difference, but in the case of a “new age atheist”, then it makes a difference.

  13. ZAYYNAB - - ZULAIKHA July 28, 2013 at 10:11 pm #

    An atheist can believe in those things in a sense that of course it is possible.

    Atheism is NOT a religion, people need to be careful grouping atheism as one. Atheists do not share the same beliefs about things in the way religious people of the same faith do. I would say it is most likely that most atheists do not believe in this sort of thing, for the reasons someone above commented about belief in the supernatural.

  14. Aislynn July 28, 2013 at 10:47 pm #

    There are spiritual atheists (Taoists, Buddhists).

    Only one this is true of all atheists, lack of belief in god/gods.

    Anything else is purely individual.

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