Without using eye-witness testimony. I'm an atheist and want to see if you spirit believers can show evidence.
Documentations of others being "possessed" isn't evidence, could just be a matter of mental health issues.
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I'm sorry what is this supposed to prove ?
For lack of better phrasing, there are strange entities that exist and you won't truly believe unless you have a noteworthy experience, that's it, but I'll elaborate.
There isn't anything that is cemented as being ghosts or demons but there are beings that we cannot see with the naked eye, these things are most of the time invisible but can under the right circumstances become visible, they seem to act on their own accord without much intervention and prefer the dark to roam around, they appear to float without weight and control their gravity at will.
I can't exactly preach or proclaim to have seen or been in the presence of "ghosts" or "spirits" but there is definitely some strange things out there, if you really want to find out, you have to go to the right place at the right time to witness some surreal shit, sitting in a bedroom and calling up spirits can work but for actual sightings to be made you have to look for them in their homes, not yours, unless your house is haunted.
Fires seem to arouse night wanderers and If you wait while being patient by one in the right spot deep in the dark somewhere, you just might get to see one of them, they will reveal themselves to you, if not then you are not worth being shown, they take likings to certain people who are unique and favor being hidden but will do so if necessary, some will call you mad for claiming to have been in the presence of what can be described as a 'daemon', the things I have seen are existing in a whole opposite way of operating to us and cannot be classified under given names, they are generally peaceful but can be angered if you pry too far.
You have to break yourself from the idea that rationality is the be all end all of the world. After that you begin to realize just how much more is possible than you could ever have conceived before.
Hard mode: Read Kant
Easy mode: Where do your thoughts come from? Like, when you close your eyes to meditate... they just sorta jump in there right? How? Why? Seriously commit to asking yourself this question, and continue to ask yourself why to each answer you come up with.
Tutorial mode: Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEdSNs8fV3A