Thursday, February 25, 2010

Ghost Hunting Tools

If you watch any of the ghost hunting shows, you've heard about the Ovilus and the Paranormal Puck.

So if you've been wanting some information about these ghost detection devices, I invite you to read The Ovilus and The Paranormal Puck – Communication Devices For Speaking With The Dead, because I've done all of the research for you.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Daily Horoscopes – How Accurate Are They?

If you follow your daily horoscope, you probably fall into that small percentage of people who believe that those little words of wisdom actually apply to you.

 If you don't read your daily horoscope, or if you read it only for fun, you probably wonder why anybody would believe in horoscopes and why interest in them has lasted for so many years.

When you consider that only twelve signs appear in an astrology chart, you recognize that each little blurb represents 1/12th of the population. Is your day really going to be exactly like that of 1/12th the population? Doubtful.

But if you recognize that you are more than just a sun sign and that other planetary energies and configurations figure prominently in a profile that explains only you, you might be interested in reading Why Daily Horoscopes Don't Work.

The chart shown above belongs to Stephen King. The symbols represent planets and signs, and they are placed in houses (pie shaped) that represent different areas of your life. Astrology charts (or horoscopes) are far more complicated than are horoscopes that appear in newspapers or online.

Why Daily Horoscopes Don't Work also provides information about how you can get an accurate FREE reading of a chart that applies only to you based on your birth time, birth place, and birth date. Give it a try and discover why daily horoscopes don't work.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Blog Carnival Submissions February 5, 2010

First up for submission in the Blog Carnival is the web site All About Movies for their review on the movie, Paranormal Activity. They provide both a positive and negative viewpoint, along with a rating and a "bottom line." For their review on Paranormal Activity, click All About Movies. They also provide numerous other movie reviews in their A-Z category. Check them out for movie reviews before you spend your money.

Next up in the Blog Carnival is Axel G, a web site devoted to "Personal Development That Works!" This web site discusses such things as health, success, emotions, happiness, meditation, spirituality, and more. It even has a section devoted to Eckhart Tolle, author of A New Earth and The Power of Now. To get a good idea of the feel for this site, read Subtle Intuitions. And for ways to develop your spirituality, check out more of Axel G's web site.

Next up in the Blog Carnival is Satellite TV Guru.  Not only does this web site offer satellite tv guides, it also offers coverage of current programs. February 4th, for instance, covered the newest episode of Supernatural, and it provides coverage for another one of my favorite programs, Fringe Season 2 Episode 13: What Lies Below. With links to the best Plasma TVs and online television, Satellite TV Guru is so much more than just a sales pitch for satellite television.

Star Costumes, another Blog Carnival entry, offers a wide variety of costumes for children and adults, including werewolves (where the previous link will take you). Read the blog post 7 Lies About Werewolves You Learned from Movies (seven of the biggest myths about werewolf myths the movie industry wants you to believe) and then check out the costume categories. From makeup to wigs to vampire costumes, Star Costumes has it all.

A surprising entry into this Blog Carnival is one that comes from Bible College. Surprising because this blog is a paranormal blog. But I'm including it, because it verifies my belief that just because somebody believes in paranormal activity doesn't mean she doesn't believe in God. Bible College considers itself to be "The Best Online Bible Colleges" web presence. And it provides the Top 50 Ecumenical Blogs for its readers. If you're interested in obtaining grants or scholarships Bible College offers those as well.

Another entry into the Blog Carnival is 100 Free Classic Films Everyone Should See. Some surprising and some not so surprising movies make this lists. But you can be assured of one thing – you will have enough classic films to keep you busy for a long time. As I write this blog, snow storms are expected across the Midwest and Eastern part of The United States. Cozy up and check out 100 Free Classic Films Everyone Should See.

Last on our list of Blog Carnival entries is Christian Websites. A Born Again Church And Christian Websites presence, this spiritual submission discusses such issues as Love or Sex, Lost Sheep, Prodigal Son, Will of God, as well as the Rewards of Faith and what it means to be a Rich Christian.

Well, there you have it, all Blog Carnival entries for February 5, 2010. Click away!