NSACphemonomena.com Department of Phenomenal Evidence Strange and Unexplained article, stores and experiences of a metaphysical nature
 
It is our intention to provide 'strange' news, facts and research on unexplained metaphysical mysteries of paranormal phenomena.  This material is obtained from Spiritualist church members and friends of Spiritualism.

This site is desgned as a tool for communicating unexplained metaphysical paranormal articles, stores and experiences and philosophical and scientific concepts thought to be involved in their manifestation.

Spiritualism is a Science, Philosophy and Religion of continuous life, based upon the demonstrated fact of communication, by means of mediumship, with those who live in the Spirit World,   The NSAC Spiritualist church organization does not impose dogma nor creed on its members, but instead, encourages them to do the research necessary to prove the facts for themselves.

In the same way, unexplained metaphysical mysteries of phenomena discussed on this web site will NOT be described in terms of faith and therefore be considered proof of their existence.  Instead, phenomena research will be approached as any good scientist would approach a poorly understood phenomenon - with an open mind and great curiosity.

Please consider what we have posted on this site and join us in the Spiritualists' effort to better understand the nature of realty and the universe we live in.
Revs Lynn and Brian Kent
Revs. Lynn and Brian Kent, Co-Directors
Strange News on Paranormal and Metaphysical Phenomena
True skeptics, as opposed to cynics, are interested in evidence. In a Skeptic magazine editorial entitled "What Is a Skeptic?" the following definition is given:

"Skepticism is … the application of reason to any and all ideas—no sacred cows allowed. In other words … skeptics do not go into an investigation closed to the possibility that a phenomenon might be real or that a claim might be true. When we say we are "skeptical," we mean that we must see compelling evidence before we believe."