There are no ghosts, no gods, no telekenesis or psychic healing. Homeopathy is a scam, you generally won't get something for nothing and, over the long term, results tend to regress to the mean average. Diana was killed in an accident when her chauffeur crashed into a wall and the WTC was destroyed when some Arabs crashed some planes into them.
So in a nutshell, am I right in thinking that the only things that are real are what we can see or touch, and that we are to believe what our governments tell us as they are benign and only make bumbling mistakes that were accidental (unless we live in the middle east, where of course our governments are evil)? This is a very common world view where I'm from.
I agree that there are no ghosts, only demons and the other ones who are nicer. These demons live up to 3000 years. This claim is just as outlandish as the two sentences I quoted...but truer.
I know not of this telekenesis, homeopathy or psychic healing of which you speak so I'm not associating my point with them. They sound too new agey for my tastes.