Sunday, 17 August 2014

Ghosts! Are you sure they really exist?

Have you ever wondered what a Ghost looks like? Have you ever had a chance to witness a Ghost with your naked eye?

No, isn't it? Don't be confused, you cannot see what isn't visible to your eyes, and that's called 'energy'. 

We live in a Universe that has abundance of energy - both positive and negative. 

The positive energy is what we call 'God' and the negative energy is what we call 'Ghost'.

Confused? Well, let me explain something very interesting!

Most of you are aware of the fact that magnetic fields exists everywhere on this planet and also outside the planet. Some of you might be aware of how the coronal mass ejection triggers the formation of something more interesting called ‘Auroras’ – the mass ejection from the sun releases huge quantities of matter and electromagnetic radiations which consists of mainly protons and electrons along with the small quantities of helium, oxygen and iron. On reaching Earth, these particles collide with the magnetic fields circulating the Earth’s orbit and the particles get excited producing spectacular Auroras. 

The above explained fact is what happens outside the Earth. Let’s consider that the magnetic field also exists inside the Earth in the form of some energy. Energy is around us everywhere. We can feel it but cannot see it. Hence the concept of God and Ghosts arise – both of which can be just felt but is invisible to our eyes. 

I will now explain you what exactly is called Ghost, before getting into the God stuff. 

Ghost, a word that has a complicated definition in the dictionary, but in simple words I can say that it is nothing but a negative energy. How many of us know that Moon has a ghostly impact on Humans? Yes, you heard me right. Moon is the major source for ghosts. Maybe that’s the reason we humans always say that ghosts turn up only during the dark. I did make an extensive research on how exactly this works and I’ve got an excellent piece of scientific explanation coming straight from my brain. So buckle up yourselves to your seats and get ready for the ride. 

Before I begin, I would like to explain something about our Brain. 

10% of our brain is conscious while the rest 90% is sub-conscious. The sub-conscious part of the brain holds something called impressions that are widely helpful in generating thoughts. How would we be aware if the thoughts generated by the impressions remain in the sub-conscious part of the brain? There must be some external energy that should trigger the impressions to travel from the sub-conscious to the conscious part of the brain thus making us aware of the thoughts. The energy should obviously come from the external source. What kind of external sources we have? The answer should be Sun and Moon. In the forthcoming paragraphs we’re going to discuss about the latter. 

Moon emits specialized frequencies which is more intangible than the frequencies of our thoughts. The frequencies emitted by Moon have direct impact on Human Brain, which in turn moves the impressions from sub-conscious part to the conscious part of the brain making us aware of the thoughts. In ancient science, we have some basic components of creation – Sattva, Raja and Tama, where Sattva deals with Knowledge, Raja deals with Passion and Tama deals with Ignorance. I’m going to explain how the principle works with these words that might sound gibberish to some readers. 

On a new moon day (that is the darker side of the Moon facing the Earth), the five basic components of our Planet – Water, Air, Land, Fire and Gas – are sucked by the Moon thereby creating a very high pressure belt across our planet. This high pressure belt is the source to produce negative energy. Here the gas particles present inside the water comes above the water level and enters the high pressure belt. The gas particles bond together and strengthen over a period of time. The wide range of energy generated by these particles has high negative impact to both the humans and the surroundings. For example, the energy might cause drop in temperatures, or it might affect the psychotic behavior of a human being. It might be anything but purely negative. Here the Raja-Tama dominates Sattva, thus triggering the ignorance part of a Human, which in turn causes him to do things in a negative way. Raja-Tama is nothing but the strongest frequencies sent to the Earth by Moon. The effect of Raja-Tama can create suicidal tendencies among Humans (proven fact) as the mind acts in an abnormal way thereby triggering the impressions to generate negative thoughts and making the brain to realize the same.   

This is different during Full moon day, where the Raja-Tama effect is reduced. The Raja-Tama effect will be present, but in lesser quantities. But the reduced Raja-Tama tends to have more impact on human brains. The reduced effect will make our brain react in two extremes, i.e., the human emotions like happiness or anger will aggravate to its extremes, both of which are harmful if it reaches the extremes. 

Both the New Moon day and Full Moon day have impact on human brains. The impact will be there on normal days as well but it won’t be on a large scale like these two special events. Maybe that’s the reason people won’t take decisions related to their life or do any good during these days as they fear that they might land themselves in trouble. The fear is because the negative thing manipulates our brains in such a way that it makes us think what it wants us to think (you would understand this if you’ve seen Oculus). 

Now I would like to jump into the concept of ‘God’. It is totally opposite of what we saw in the previous paragraphs. It deals with Sun. I guess most of you are aware of Sun God or Solar Deity, but anyone of you aware of something called Moon God? No, isn’t it? Do let me know if you come across something like Moon God, which would be ridiculous though. The concept of God comes into existence only when the Sun exists. Maybe that’s the reason people in my country perform holy rituals only between sunrise and sunset. 

There are lots of temples in my country and there’s a reason for their existence. Temples are the source of positive energy. The temples are constructed out of components like Gold, Silver, Copper, which produce abundant amount of positive energy. People visit temples seeking for peace and what makes them peaceful is the abundant amount of positive energy. We all know that Gold attracts heat and produces abundant energy and Copper has antibacterial properties that can heal inflammations in our body. These are the sources to generate positive energy. This happens only during the presence of Sunlight and maybe that’s why people in my country don’t visit temples during nights. 

We could now come to a conclusion that Sun produces abundant amount of positive energy whereas Moon produces equivalent amount of negative energy. 

Positive energy – it doesn’t harm humans.
Negative energy– it harms humans.  

Keeping in mind the above theory, humans named the positive energy as ‘God’ and negative energy as ‘Ghosts’. 

P.S: Looks like the Moon frequency had tremendous positive impact on me today as I ended up writing this article in just two hours (that includes the time taken for research). 


  1. This was quite interesting and good to know info! Well collated info and nicely presented

  2. New insight given on ghosts.. very interesting

  3. Well researched article, Ashwin. :)
    btw, I jus googled.. looks like there are some lunar deities too :P

  4. It is interesting to look at the negative and positive from the context of a different culture. Thanks for sharing.

  5. This was quite insightful..and very very interesting.

    1. Glad that you found this read interesting! Thanks for your time

  6. Excellent work on positive and negative energy.. No one could write it in a better way than this.. Great work chap..

  7. Interesting, But in my case I am active at night than during daylight no because of night shifts. I think i am a devil 666 ;) :P