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The ability to walk barefoot, with no burns or tissue damage, not on fire per se, but on coals that are red hot or hotter. Many practitioners claim it requires an altered state of consciousness to walk across the super-heated coal. It certainly requires an attitude of willingness to cross what appears to be highly dangerous. Debunkers have given multiple reasons as to why this is possible, but as of this time have not shown that any of their reasons is the actual one that allows this phenomenon. Debunkers have been aided in their position by the fact that the first person to fire walk in the West was well-known Indian magician Kuda Bux (1906–1981).
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Leanna Greenaway, co-author of the new Catalog of the Unexplained.
If a thought is supposed to be a living thing, what happens when we project our wishes and dreams towards the universe? Many...