Care to Join Me for Tea & Tales?
Here is where we come to relax and have hot-tea to help us absorb the
things we need to study. We will present different interesting subject
matter here to get an idea of what its all about. Things we need to
learn & know. This is where the suggestions will get us started.
What do Hallucinations & CPAP Machines have in common?
The Discussion of Parapsychology
Ectoplasm
Is the field of study concerned with the investigation of paranormal and  psychic phenomena which
include telepathy, precognition, clairvoyance, psychokinesis, near death experiences, reincarnation,
apparitional experiences and other paranormal claims. It is identified as pseudoscience by the
overwhelming majority of mainstream scientists. We will talk about the scope of areas it covers.
Here we will discuss what the docs never reveal to you about your CPAP machine and what night
terrors it can produce. This will be a discussion based on my own experiences and perhaps a few
experiences of others if they will agree to be interviewed. It'll scare your stocks off. Main
question>>>>Why don't the doctors prepare you for this, because in a million years you would
never think there could be such horror in your CPAP machine.
Telepathy - Transfer of information on thoughts or feelings
between individuals by means other than the five classical senses.
Precognition - Perception of information about future places and
events before they occur.
Clairvoyance - Obtaining information about places or events at
remote locations, by means unknown to current science.
Psychokinesis - The ability of the mind to influence matter, time
space or energy by means unknown to current science.
Near Death Experiences - An experience reported by a person who
nearly died or who experienced clinical death and then revived.
Reincarnation -  The rebirth of a soul and another non-physical  
aspect of human consciousness in a new physical body after death.
Apparitional Experiences - Phenomina  often attributed to ghosts
and encountered in places a deceased individual is thought to
have frequented, or in association with the persons former
belongings.
This will be the starting subjects
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Sleep Paralysis, also known as Night Terrors are one of the most
terrifying experiences you can go through. People that go through it
have the same similarities.
Under Construction
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This will be the upcoming list of topics of discussion
How Severe Can PTSD Become
Roanoke Island, North Carolina
Werewolves
Stephan King
Anne Rice
Why is Mr. King so popular?
Probably because of his novels.
Carrie - Salem's Lot - The Shining - The Stand - The Dead Zone - Firestarter - Cujo -
Christine - Pet Semetery -  Cycle of the Werewolf - The Talisman - It - The Eyes of the
Dragon - Misery - The Tommyknockers - The Dark Half - Needful Things - Gerald's Game -
Dolorus  Claiborne - Insomina - Rose Madder - The Green Mile - Desparation - Bag of Bones
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon - Dreamcatcher - Black House  - From a Buick 8 - The
Colorado Kid - Cell - Lisey's Story - Duma Key - Under the Dome - Blockade Billy -
11/22/63 - Joyland - Doctor Sleep - Mr. Mercedes - Revival
Upcoming Novels
Finders Keepers and The Tailsman 3
The Dark Tower Sequence
The Gunslinger - The Drawing of the 3 - The Waste Lands - Wizard & Glass - The Wind
Through the Keyhole - Wolves of the Calla - Song of Susannah - The Dark Tower
As Richard Bachman
Rage - The Long Walk - Roadwork - The Running Man - Thinner - The Regulators - Blaze
Short Story Collections
Night Shift - Different Seasons - Skeleton Crew - Four Past Midnight - Nightmares and
Dreamscapes - Six Stories - Everything's Eventual - Just After Sunset  -  Full Dark, No Stars -
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams
Upcoming Short Story Collections
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams
Non-Fiction Novels
Dance Macabre - Nightmares in the Sky - Oh Writing - Secret Windows - Faithful
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The Vampire Chronicles
Interview With The Vampire  (1976)
Interlude With The Undead  (Playboy 1979)
The Vampire Lestat  (1985)
The Queen of the Damned  (1988)
The Tale of the Body Thief  (1992)
Memnoch The Devil  (1995)
The Vampire Armand  (1998)
Merrick (2000)
Blood and Gold  (2001)
Blackwood Farm  (2002)
Blood Canticle  (2003)
Interview With The Vampire: Claudia's Story 2012
Prince Lestat (2014)
Prince Lestat & the Realms of Atlantis  (2016)
Blood Communion: A Tale of Prince Lestat (2018)
New Tales of the Vampires
Pandora  (1998)
Vittorio  (1999)
Lives of the Mayfair Witches
The Witching Hour  (1990)
Lasher  (1993)
Taltos  (1994)
Ramses the Damned
The Mummy, or Ramses the Damned  (1989)
Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra (2017)     
Christ the Lord
Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt  (2005)
Christ the Lord: The Road to Cana  (2008)
Songs of the Seraphim
Angel Time  (2009)
Of Love & Evil  (2010)
The Wolf Gift Chronicles
The Wolf Gift  (2012)
The Wolfes of Midwinter  (2013)
Miscellaneous Novels
The Feast of All Saints  (2013)
Cry To Heaven  (1882)
Servant of the Bones  (1996)
Violin  (1997)
Sleeping Beauty
under the pseudonym A. N. Roquelaure
The Claiming Of Sleeping Beauty  (1983)
Beauty's Punishment  (1984)
Beauty's Release  (1985)
Beauty's Kingdom  (2015)
under the pseudonym Anne Rampling
Exit to Eden  (1985)
Belinda  (1986)
Short Fiction
October 4, 1948  (1965)
Nicholas and Jean  (1966)
The Master of Rampling Gate  (1984)
Non-Fiction
Called Out of the Darkness: A Spiritual Confession
(2008)  
There will be text written here about
Anne Rice and how she picked this
subject matter to write about.
There will be text written here about Stephan King's
background and trying to get to the bottom of how
his mind thought up so many of these unusual
stories.
Lost Cemeteries
The main question in conversation pertaining to this is Why....why
are they lost and who is responsible and how can we make
changes in these cemeteries when so many of them are in such
terrible shape and a lot of their locations may not even be known.
I'm going to introduce you to some states that are true trailblazers
in setting examples of how the rest of us can take on projects like
this and also to share my opinions on a way to make it
happen>>>>>Lots of work but truly a worthy cause.
Exorcism
What Does the Law Say About Haunted Reality
Do You Own Stigmatized Real Estate
Physician Assisted Death
What Do You Think?
Everything in life always boils down to the same question>>>>>>Can we afford it?  Do we have that advantage in
matters of death? Should we if we want to, be given the approval to die at home, or do we really have to have the
approval of anyone. Facts are, sometimes home deaths are easy going and sometimes they aren't. Do we have a
supportive team behind our decision or does a nurse need to be on hand around the clock. What kind of help do we
need........maybe the kind that requires doctor care and decisions or is that too much to consider at our time of demise.
Cut & dried death vs. taking care of all your needs as you slip away, and what about physician assisted death because
your body just does not want to give up but your mind can't take anymore>>>>>>PAIN. People who do not suffer
the pains that come along, how could they possibly understand those of us that live daily with unbelievable chronic
pain. Trust me.....you don't get it till you get there, no matter what you think. I see it in every doctors eyes as you try to
explain what your living through and I'm sorry but they are clueless.
Its runs a close comparison to what the Veterans go through when they are trying to explain to their psychiatrists
the horrors of war and the damage it has done to their memory banks.  Lot of times these doctors are young or
foreign, very hard for these doctors to understand and even harder for the Veteran to open up and tell his stories.
A couple of years ago I had to go and collect all my medical files from the various physicians I had seen. It was quite a
bundle of papers for sure. As I started to look them over I went into shock........there was quite a bit of information that
was incorrect. I was talking and their notes were completely different from what I had said. So if I had not gotten the
records I would have walked into a new doctors office not knowing that he was reading incorrect records about me.
This highly disturbed me.
Do our physicians think that all that matters is what they say and think. Where do you draw the line on them
misunderstanding us and not caring if they get the story straight, oh aren't the 15 minute visits great. About a month
ago I saw 2 new doctors at the Pain Management Clinic, this was a first time visit to this clinic. I liked them, both of
them even tho I was reluctant to go back to a Pain Management Clinic after what I have been through in the past, I
fully agreed to try again.
They asked good questions and I gave good answers but as the visit was coming to an end and we were zeroing in on
my levels of pain, when I told them about my screaming, they were opening the door and the first doctor was through
it but still managed to laugh.......UNTIL...Jerry, our caretaker of sorts said to them.......it's no laughing matter.....she
screams all night and a lot of times during the day. Doctor one said>>>Really?....Jerry answered.... Really!
They turned around and came back in the office and sat down. As we discussed the screaming they did not address
me.....they talked to Jerry, and without me saying anything they looked at each other and made a unanimous decision
on an additional medication. Can you believe they reacted more seriously to what he said than what I said.
The result of the visit...... the original medicine they wrote a prescription for was one I have taken before that made
me violently sick but agreed to give it another run. I had not been back to a pain management clinic since 2013 and
low and behold one pill and in 6 hours I had remembered why I gave up on being the guinea pig for trying different
meds that always made big problems for me as my body does not like medicine, especially pain medicine. So then I
decided not to even try the second medicine that was for the hard core pain.
After a few days the pain became unbearable so I did it....took one of the other pills. OMG...they helped...alot...and I
am still taking them. This was the second medicine they decided on after listening to Jerry. I might have left there
without this medicine because they didn't believe me about this pain, but they believed him. I don't care about how
good these doctors are if they don't have the ability to LISTEN to us where does that leave us.
So physician assisted deaths, what do we have to say to make them believe us, or is the decision made entirely based
on your condition. I would love to see the paperwork and what kind of questions are asked. Is this for only terminally
sick patients or is it available for patients in such severe cases of pain where cancer is not the only culprit.
In Oregon, where physician assisted deaths are legal, oh yes they are,  1545 of them in the last 17 years. Seems to
me like it has been pretty hush hush. How is it done? Do all the physicians have the right to PRESCRIBE IT? Or do
you have to go to a special group to have it done. Also would like to mention there has not been one lawsuit.
Another fact is Norway has been doing this for 30 years with no lawsuits.
When working in my site here on different ways to be put to rest, I came along a blog written by a funeral director
who claims that he thinks within the next 20 years or less we are going to see physician assisted deaths and his
reasoning is because of the population and where the future is going with that. How many sick people do we have
room for? Also mentioned was cemetery space.
Coming on board: Colorado, California, District of Columbia, Vermont, Washington, Hawaii statue
approved in 2018, goes into effect January 1, 2019, Montana approved back in 2009. Oregon
The Program
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Article from 2016 - In 2016 the Canadian Parliament came onboard to legalize physician assisted
deaths joining Albania, Colombia , Switzerland & the Nederlands
Additional states joining - Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, New Jersey, North
Carolina, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.
In New Mexico suicide assistance use to be a fourth degree felony as of 2014 they now approved
the law.
Different Opinions
American Medical Assoc.
Fundamentally incompatible with the physician's role as a healer, would be difficult or
impossible to control, and would pose serious societal risks.
A tragic chapter in the moral and cultural history of the United States. He said
that physician assisted suicide jeopardizes the lives of the elderly, the mentally
and physically challenged and those with chronic diseases.
Cardinal Adam Maida
Has ruled that states can decide whether to allow physicians to assist terminally
ill patients who wish to end their own lives.
US Supreme Court
I urge you to work with me in promoting a society which provides
compassionate care to the dying through pain management, support and
dialogue with family and friends. In a society, where all human lives are
respected, physician assisted suicide would be unnecessary.
Have to find a way to make these links work and get to
the pages...right now they won't connect.
Ectoplasm....is this perhaps what ghosts are made up of. It can be photographed with any
still camera. Ectoplasm was first discovered at Bachelor's Grove Cemetery back in the
early 1970's. It's a ghostly material that shows up at haunted spots. It was constantly
changing form ...its as if it was coalescing at different images, its really intriguing. So this
many believe is what the ghosts lights are. Many believe thats what the shapes and forms
out there are comprised of.
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