First of all, even scientists have begun to admit the possibility of other planes of existence. Like parallel universes. I don't know if it was Sagan or Hawkins who talked of the Warp Plane, the plane where things that are impossible in the physical plane would be indeed possible. And that wouldn't only mean travelling faster than light speed, but also staying conscious after your physical body is dead. I didn't say this: scientists did.
Mind you, I took great pains in trying to conjugate spirituality with science. I cannot reject science, because it damn works. It's useful. Funny thing is, once you investigate about the paranormal enough, you find that the paranormal is NOT against science... It's a not-yet-discovered part of science. In Warp plane, things that are impossible in physical plane would be possible. And science considers the possibility of other planes of existence.
As for me, the day science can explain why in ouija sessions, the force of gravity is totally and absolutely ignored by wooden furniture with no propulsion machinery attached at all... that day Science will be able to convince me it's all mythical. Wooden chairs don't fly. Wooden chairs should obey the law of gravity. Wooden chairs could not be affected by strong magnetic forces... Only reason I found that a wooden chair would fly was the result of the ouija session. With no drugs, alcohol or mind illnesses involved, the only reasonable thing to deduce is that "something" acted upon the chair, and that "something" did not obey the laws of physics. As we know them so far, of course. We will probably understand them some day