Originally Posted by Erin Pavlina
I like Occam's Razor too. But what if you see little invisible beings grabbing the apple off the tree. Most people can't see them but some can. So those of us who can of course want to bring it to the attention of people who can't see them but we can't make them see what we see, they would have to take our word for it or get new eyeballs or something. Imagine how frustrating it would be if you were one of the ones who could see but could not convince anyone else that you could see them.
I like Occam's Razor but the greatest discoveries are probably made by people unwilling to accept the simplest explanation.
I totally agree with you 100% Erin. What can we do when we discover that these prescences are real and that they operate within an area that can only be seen by some? I was totally taken aback when I first experienced sleep paralysis and observed two beings who were definitely up to no good performing some kind of activity on my body. I wanted to tell everybody about these things but realised that I would for the most part be alone in my knowledge. Occam's Razor seems to work fine in the physical world, but it would be a stretch to say that anything in the higher and lower planes is simple or obvious.