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Interactive Former Human Spirit Pattern    (Ghosts) Class I Location Based Haunting Non-Interactive    (Residual Hauntings)   Class II Psychokinetic  Class III Earth Mysteries  Class IV Non-Human Entity  Class V

 

 

 

 

 

Phantom Residual Haunting General RSPK & ESP Feng Shui - Geomancy Angels
Apparition Spirit (Psychic) Burn Poltergeist Geomagnetic Anomaly Demons
Classic Haunting Psychic Echoes Psychic Attack Ley Lines Elementals 
Graveyard Spectres Phantom Craft Psychic Disturbance Power Points Banshees?
Etheric Revenant Spiritual Residue Psychic Vampire Vortexes/Portals Ghost Lights?
Vampires Imprints Thought forms Time Slips Wild Hunt

 

 

Astral Projection (OBE)

 

Spirit/Animal Guides?

 

 

Bilocation/Double

 

Lower Astral Entities?

 

 

Artificial Ghost

 

Etheric Larvae?

 

 

Shape shifter

 

Animal Ghosts  Cryptozoology

 

 

Remote Viewing

 

Aliens/Fey Folk?

 

 

 

 

Nature Guardians

 

 

 

 

Spirits
  

Level 

Description

Beings (examples) 

 

 

 

Spiritual (may be further subdivided into Angelic, ArchAngelic & Celestial according to the theosophists

The level of primal unity from which all other levels emanate and to which they return, possibly Heaven

Angels

Mental

Abstract consciousness, timelessness, logic & math

Thought forms

Astral 

Concrete consciousness, dreams, OBE

Astral Projection

Etheric 

Life force

Ghosts, Fey Folk

Physical 

What we commonly perceive as reality

Humans and Animals

Sub-Physical 

Hell

Demons

  CATEGORIZATION BY VISUAL PHENOMENA Orbs - also known as plasmoids, speeders and EML (Electromagnetic Luminaries - credit Chris Mosely of Dagulf's Ghost)Streamers Ectoplasm, mist Vortexes  Shadow Men  GENERAL GHOST TYPES

Historical Repeater
(HR)

A 'ghost' that seems to be simply repeating a task or event the the person the 'ghost' represents would have or did do.

 

 

Sentient Spirit
(SG)

A 'ghost' that seems to be aware of it's current surroundings and the changes that have occured since the passing of the person the 'ghost' represents.

 

 

Goal Oriented Spirit
(GOS)

A 'ghost' that seems to be trying to complete a goal after the person who the 'ghost' represents has passed such as guarding something or 'seeking' some sort of closure to a situation.

 

 

Doppleganger
(Dxx)

The ghost of a living person. Someone who has not passed on. Researchers must note the following if looking into a doppleganger...

Living Person - No Reason For "Haunting" Obvious. (DKI)

Living Person - Crisis Apparition (near death or in trouble) (DCA)





NUMBER OF SUSPECTED 'ENTITIES'

Using witness testimony, how many 'ghosts' might be at this site?

Single 'Ghost'
(G1)

One 'person' or entity is suspected of being responsible for the reports of ghostly phenomena.

 

 

Multiple 'Ghosts'
Two through Five
(G2)

A few 'peeople' or entities are suspected of being responsible for the reports of ghostly phenomena.

 

 

Many 'Ghosts'
Five Plus
(G3)

Many 'peeople' or entities are suspected of being responsible for the reports of ghostly phenomena.



'REASONS' OR 'AGENTS' FOR HAUNTING

Is someone or some event more likely to bring out the 'ghost'?

Single Human Agent
(HA1)

One person seems to be the focal point for the 'ghost' or haunting. Explanation MUST be provided by the researcher in a report of this type.

 

 

Human Agent(s)
(HA2)

A person (or people) need to do something or be somewhere to cause the ghostly phenomena.
(Example: Opening the door at night causes it to slam shut on it's own but if the door is closed, no reported activity.)

 

 

Anniversary or Time Related
(TRG)

The phenomena seems to be tied to a time or date of some significance.

 

 

No Special Reason for Ghostly Phenomena
(GHB)

The hauntings do not seem to have any date, time or 'living people' addition to the environment for the phenomena's events.





NUMBER OF WITNESSES

One Witness - Non-Researcher
(W-1C1)

Single person has seen this phenomena and is reporting it for the first time.

 

 

Multiple Witnesses - Non-Researchers
(W-2C1)

More than one person has seen this phenomena and they are reporting it for the first time.

 

 

Single Witness - Known Haunt - Previously Reported - Non-Researcher
(W-1C2)

Single person is reporting an experience for a place or situation previously published or looked into by ourselves or another 'ghost' group, author or researcher.

 

 

Multiple Witnesses - Known Haunt - Previously Reported - Non-Researcher
(W-2C2)

More than one person is reporting an experience for a place or situation previously published or looked into by ourselves or another 'ghost' group, author or researcher.

 

 

Single Witness - Researcher
(W-1R)

A report of an experience from a known 'ghost researcher'.

 

 

Multiple Witness - Researchers
(W-2R)

A report of an experience from more than one 'ghost researcher'.

 

 

Multiple Witneses (Mix) - Known Haunt
(W-2KH)

A report from a mix of people about a 'known haunt'.

 

 

Multiple Witneses (Mix) - Previously Unknown Haunt
(W-2UH)

A report from a mix of people about a new site with new reported phenomena.





ACCORDING TO WITNESSES - 'SENSITIVITY' NEEDED TO EXPERIENCE PHENOMENA

Would this be considered 'obvious' and happens 'frequently' or is it only apparent to some people?

Note: Using our statistics and experiences, if the site or person experiences something every 48 hours, it is "frequent". If it's once a week or month, it's "moderate". Once a year of longer is "infrequent".

Low Sensitivity
(PSI-1x)

The phenomena is very obvious when it occurs. Add a (2) to the code if the phenomena is experienced "frequently", add a (1) if it is experienced "moderately") and a (0) if the phenomena is not experienced on "infrequently".

 

 

Moderate Sensitivity
(PSI-2x)

The phenomena is fairly obvious when it occurs but only some witnesses experience it whereas some who have tried have not. Add a (2) to the code if the phenomena is experienced "frequently", add a (1) if it is experienced "moderately") and a (0) if the phenomena is not experienced on "infrequently".

 

 

High Sensitivity
(PSI-3x)

The phenomena is not obvious when it occurs very few witnesses experience it whereas most who have tried haven't. Add a (2) to the code if the phenomena is experienced "frequently", add a (1) if it is experienced "moderately") and a (0) if the phenomena is not experienced on "infrequently".



POLTERGEIST

Noises or movement attributed to 'ghostly' phenomena as opposed to anything else.

Levels of Poltergeist Activity

Level 1
(P1)

Light footsteps, quiet knocks, quiet breathing

 

 

Level 2
(P2)

Heavy footsteps, moderate movement detected (door swinging open lightly, curtains moving without a breeze, etc.), quiet voice(s), repetitive knocking, small items 'vanish' to re-appear later in odd places

 

 

Level 3
(P3)

Heavy repetitive footsteps, obvious movement detected (doors or windows opening an closing fully), discernable voice(s), loud and repetive knockings, electrical equipment/appliances operating without human intervention, small items being shifted in view of witnesses without a human agent

 

 

Level 4
(P4)

Very heavy footsteps, obvious movement in front of witnesses multiple times, loud voices or loud 'human' vocal noises, small items being thrown or moved with force

 

 

Level 5
(P5)

Very loud repeated footsteps, large and small items being moved or thrown with extreme force without human agent, extremely loud voices or 'human' vocal noises, extremely loud banging or noises attributed to the 'ghost', shaking or violent motion of the area of the 'haunting' like a seismic event (without an actual seismic event recorded by authorities and tests for vibrations from other sources proven negative).



APPARITIONS

A 'seen' entity. Visual phenomena attributed to a 'ghost'.

Full Body
(FBA)

A full 'human' (or animal) image. Seen as a full person or body.

 

 

Partial Body
(PBA)

Part of a body. The same as seeing a leg or an arm only or the traditional "headless" ghost. When reporting these instances, the researcher should mention what part(s) was seen or perceived.

 

 

Free Form
(FFx)

Shapeless. An unexplained ball of light or something else. The researcher must break this down into the following "shape" categories...

Ball (FFB) - Mist (FFM) - Square (FFS) - Changing (FFC) - Other (FFO)

A researcher using the FFC and FFO should give a brief description of shape(s) as best as possible in their report

 

 































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