I don't get something. Why are so many men and atheists, such as Shemp, so positively 100 percent sure that the spirit world doesn't exist? They seem so programmed, as if someone gave them this default beliefs that came in the box when they were born, and doesn't need to be proven or explained or justified. Very weird and stupid. Why is atheism and the belief that we are all biological machines with no soul, and that the spirit world doesn't exist, and consciousness outside of physical matter doesn't exist, etc. considered the DEFAULT belief that is assumed to be true and doesn't even need to be proven or defended? As though that were the default package that an "educated person" is supposed to be born with and everyone who disagrees is given the burden of proof to prove otherwise? That's stupid. Who made atheism and scientific materialism the absolute default view that is assumed true unless proven otherwise, and even when proven otherwise, is still clung to, as if atheism MUST always be right, even when it cannot explain the evidence or data? So stupid.
There is plenty of evidence of a spirit world and lots of data that suggest so. Yet this is all denied, no matter how legit or true, as though the atheists are programmed like computers to reject it, no matter what. It's very weird and mind controlled. No open mindedness or objectivity at all. This is especially true of the "card carrying skeptics".
It doesn't make sense. Why can't people think? Why are people so programmed? Especially Atheists, Christians, New Agers and even Truthers/Conspiracy Movement folks. No one really thinks, even if they think they are freethinkers or freespirits, because they oppose something out there, which is often a straw man, as in the case of atheists bashing religion.
You see that on this forum too. Atheist men who are programmed and act as though it were 100 percent certain that no spirit world exists, something they cannot possibly know. Why such extreme beliefs and closed mindedness and dogmatism? Why not just be HONEST and admit they don't know, or that it's possible the spirit world exists? Why be shut off completely to the possibility regardless of the evidence or examples? Totally illogical. I don't understand it. People don't make sense.
This isn't just about mental illness or demon/spirit possession. This is about a default atheistic world view that has never been proven, yet is assumed to be the default truth that needs no proof. Just like how Christian fundies assume the statement "The Bible is the word of God" to be a default truth, like 2+2=4, without any need to prove it or argue it logically. So weird. How can someone assume a default truth when it's never been proven and is not even logical or reasonable and doesn't even make sense? So strange. I don't get people.
For more on how Atheists falsely believe things that have never been proven, and have a hive mind about it, see Rupert Sheldrake's podcasts: