Final thoughts on ghosts and racing drivers

I thought I had finished with the topic of ghosts, and what their very  existence may  mean for the truth about the structure of  our reality. As before mentioned, I am always surprised that so many people believe in ghosts, without questioning the how or the why of them. Imagine my surprise then, when on a tour of Silverstone race track, it was casually mentioned by a sensible and practical racing driver teacher, that parts of the race track were, of course, haunted.

There had been an abbey  on the site  in the middle ages, (hence Abbey corner). Improvements to the track had disturbed 1000 year old bones, and they had been having trouble ever since.  He gave the example of lights, heaters and cookers being randomly turned on and off  in a cottage on site. He said that it seems mischief rather than malice. He also mentioned spooky goings on in a copse.  It seemed so incongruous, in this temple to high tech, that the existence of  ghosts should be both accepted and not questioned.  So many people never ask the vital questions. The most important of which is, what does this actually all mean for the big picture? The very existence of ghosts is such a massive clue. Why do so many people ignore it?

Aspects of reality

The existence of ghosts poses interesting questions about the nature of our reality. what it does show, though, is that our physical reality is only part of the story.

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