This is probably the second hardest post I’ve ever had to write.
For years, I’ve railed against the people I considered psychic frauds. No matter what my theology was at the time, I knew…I KNEW that there were cheats and hoaxers that had nothing better to do than create lies about their supposed “powers” and abilities. I was convinced that any claims of the paranormal were the result of misguided fools or outright con artists.
No more. While researching fork and spoon-bending for my long-awaited fork-bending video, I discovered something. In a previous post, I had laughed at the spoonbenders on YouTube, claiming that their “abilities” were the result of applied leverage coupled with self-delusion. I sat there, smug in the knowledge that I’d busted their claims without even trying it out for myself.
but that never sat right with me, so yesterday, I tried it their way. I put aside my skepticism and magic knowledge, and let the forces of the universe move through me.
Words are failing me. All I can do is offer the most solemn and humble apology to those that I have mocked, and show you the results of my legitimate attempts:
I hope you all enjoyed watching this as much as I enjoyed making it. Stay tuned for more examinations of the paranormal as I take this blog in a new direction.