Pashalis said:all I can say about this man and this video is that we should be very careful.
there are some darn good magicians and illusionist out there and it is sometimes almost impossible to find out what kind of tricks they use.
I've experienced this myself I saw videos were people did something strange and I couldn't find any real explanation ,
then it was easy to believe them that they really possess those forces.
but then after I searched for answers of how they did it, I came to pretty good explanations and I was like: "Oh my god it is that easy ! how the hell couldn't I noticed that ?" I was even able to make those tricks myself (before I knew how this works , I believed that this is a miracle).
you know, I know a little bit about magic and illusionism and it is a art fore itself.
when I saw this man a few things stood out for me (I couldn't saw the subtitles but the body language):
- it seems that every time he performed his "Pyrokinesis" he tried to confince the people that he doesn't use tricks. something like that :
"hey people look at the paper I use, look at the plastic cups, they are real, nothing is faked you can even touch them and test it
you have to ask yourself:" would somebody who really possess those powers, try so hard to convince the spectators that he
doesn't trick them ?"
is there a reason for this ?
- his ongoing talking to the people: maybe he tries to distract them from other things, or he tries to program them into believing him,
that he really possesses those powers in order to get them into a mode were they don't think critical anymore and just believe.
- when he performs the real "convincing" presentations he is the last one that touches those objects, and he is the first one that
touches them "after" the "miracle".
maybe he is using a laser ? I think there are strong lasers that produce an invisible light beam
I think what it comes down to is that pretty much any effect can be achieved through technology. A hidden laser or microwave beam, or a pair of microwave beams crossing at a certain point could have been used to achieve these effects.
This is not to say, however, that using the body and its energy fields, using a Kung-Fu energy technique of some kind, (or whatever), isn't entirely possible. Our bodies and energy fields and minds are just another manifestation of technology, after all. Using the materials and energies provided to us by the universe to do things.
The question is which technology is being used here? One based on the methods accepted within the sandbox of official culture, or one based on hidden sciences of body and mind, (of which all who post here have accepted to be real in some way)?
I don't know. I do know that I've seen this sort of thing up close and have had some training in the area of the 'impossible' myself. I didn't go far with it and I lost interest because I learned something important; The thing to remember is that while this kind of thing is fascinating, one must always be aware that the people who can perform these tricks are no more spiritually advanced or wise by virtue of their skills and genetic traits than anybody else. In fact, there is often a lot of ignorance and misleading ideas in such people, especially those who focus their energy on the ritual rather than in trying to plumb the mechanics of the processes they are engaged in.
In short, these kinds of people often fall prey to the danger of phenomenon chasing.
It's fun to explore the world and all its people, but we shouldn't lose sight of the important stuff.
What's the point of having X-Ray vision if one is still a marionette being pulled around by TV and highschool trauma programming?
That's my two cents, anyway.