What might prevent you from comprehending various articles on this website.
Until 7 April 1977, I had constructed what I thought was an impenetrable mental fortress about myself. I was safe within my fortress, a fortress lit by years of secular thought. I won't even consider venturing out of its comfortable confines. I took an absolute philosophic stance. "My biases are fixed, they are immutable and, although only indirectly verifiable, they are fact." The fortress is absolute materialism that includes a type of paranormal activity I successfully practiced as a child.
Then on that memorable date, my fortress came crashing down. A new form of light enveloped me. As I began to grasp the new world that slowly emerged, I suddenly realized that I had been confined in a world that represents only a rather minor aspect of reality. Slowly, I was introduced to other ideas that I had never before considered.
If an individual accepts the mental fortress of pure defined materialism and it's, indeed, impenetrable, then what I present in many of the articles on this website is probably not comprehensible. Such an absolute mind-set will force such an individual to accept as fact various materialistic conclusions as to the mental competence of the author of these articles. If this is the case, then that individual should go elsewhere. It would be an entire waste of what cannot be retrieved - time.