“It was only by moving inch by inch towards the horizon that mankind discovered that the earth was round. The Eidolon Project Canada empirically explores the possibilities of an afterlife – inch by inch.”
~Greg Pocha, Director of Parapsychology, Afterlife & Paranormal Studies
On this page:
- Mission Statement
- Methodology Justification
- Website Safety Ranking
It is the ongoing mission of the Eidolon Project Canada Parapsychology, Afterlife and Paranormal Studies organization to research, investigate and educate . We strive to make advancements in afterlife research by exploring paranormal activity and psychical phenomena as it pertains to ghosts, hauntings, and preternatural occurrences. This work is to be performed in a professional and ethical manner with an emphasis on respecting all parties involved, living or deceased. This mission’s purpose is to aid those who are in need of our services and to make a viable contribution to the fields of parapsychology, afterlife, and paranormal studies .
Although the Eidolon Project Canada has members from different walks of life with different belief systems and faiths. We make all measures not to project those qualities when involved in our investigations or data analysis. In order to keep personal biases out of the investigative procedure, it is the policy that members put their beliefs aside during case work.
Members of the EPC are skeptics in the true and original sense of the word; we question and seek answers. Healthy skepticism is an important and necessary asset in our areas of study. We are not cynics who only see the material world as real, nor are we fanatics who believe nearly everything “paranormal”. We feel that both the cynic and the fanatic are equally blind to outside possibilities and explanations. Instead of sitting on either extreme end of the fence, the Eidolon Project explores the vast field between them. Through our empirical methodology, we hope to discover the truth, whatever it may be.
Finally, it is our belief that the fields of parapsychology, afterlife, and paranormal studies should someday be respected as a viable and important subjects of research, and accepted as such.
The reason that the EPC performs research and investigates ghosts, hauntings, and similar paranormal phenomena may seem contradictory to mainstream life after death research. However one must realize that the scientific community, despite their hard work and extraordinary documentation of the possibility of conscious survival after physical death, that their work is limited. Most of the evidence used for afterlife survival comes from researching Near Death Experiences (NDE’s). Per contra, their research comes to a stop when a person reaches their terminal, mortal death.
The Eidolon Project Canada takes over the study from where medical science leaves off. If live endures mortality, if the continuation of individual personality survives death, then the answers to the mystery might be found in the research, investigation and study of ghosts, hauntings, and paranormal phenomena. It is in this way that we are distinctive and unique from the vast majority of “ghost hunters” who blemish and debase what should be a viable area of scientific, empirical and ethical exploration.
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