Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Interesting People That I Work With

The "Three Musketeers" (or as we fondly call ourselves..."The Three Stooges").

Myself and two other great women are all sensitive to energy in different ways. Both of the other girls: Tere and Robin are lead investigators. We each bring a different perspective to the work.  I am all in the spirit realm for our investigations together because I know the girls have all the other energy stuff covered, so I am more at ease when I work in this team.

Robin is a historian, and a bit of a techno-geek.  She will know ever scrap of information about a place before we start. She is always armed with a GPS, Survey maps, printouts on Deeds and new histories from the place. Tere is a dowser.  She has a pendulum with her at all times.  She will help me if I need a bit more energy to pull info from a place's vibration.  Tere is also armed with an SLR camera.  She shoots tons of photos.

It is a guarantee we each will have a recording device.  Each one is different. So we can get a well rounded field of recordings.  We each will have a note pad as well.

The hidden participant (because he may not always be at an investigation, but his devices are at them) is John.  John is an investigator that is our inventor as well.  He is also a techno-geek.  He is really good at what he does.....Why?  Well it is because he doesn't just create a device.  He creates it with an idea that it has to be able to capture information that we could not capture before, or could not capture well before.  He addresses problems.  He looks at ways to disprove something as well as prove it.  It is way easier to disprove something using technical means.  Once he does that, it removes lots of data we don't need.  Then we can concentrate on the stuff that's left.  Once the data that is left is analyzed, John doesn't just accept the info we have left as important.....he then finds a way to break that information down so we are not just using a vague Sherlock Holmes type of reasoning to accept the end-products as fact.  He takes that data and rips it apart so we can find tangible evidence we could state is fact.  John's job is the most difficult.  He has to be able to get the real base data from a hodge-podge of sight and sound and then he has to figure out if he can re-create it in any way so it can be discarded.  Then he has to take the tiny pieces that seem tangible and prove how in different cases the results always end the same in specific types of events, and gather enough solid pieces of data in a list to be a history. Armed with enough evidence over enough time- those results change from hypothesis to fact based on productivity.