ESP - Extra Sensory Perception

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How to Develop Your ESP

If you think you have ESP and want to develop it, there are several resources on the Web that can help you test and strengthen your psychic skills. Included are some links to some of the latest scientific findings about extrasensory perception.

It's happened to you. For some reason, thoughts about a person you know pop into your head. The phone rings. Amazingly, it's that very person you were thinking of who is calling. Or you're driving in your car and begin humming a song. You turn on the radio, and that same song is playing. Or perhaps you're at work and are suddenly overcome with a sense of dread. You're compelled to call home, only to learn that a family member has been stricken with an illness.

Unexplainable events like these happen to all of us at one time or another. Are they merely coincidences, or are they evidence of a human sense - the sixth sense - that we do not yet fully understand? Is there such a thing as ESP - extrasensory perception? And if so, can any person develop and strengthen it? Many believers say yes.

ESP, according to the Association for Research and Enlightenment, is "the ability to receive or send information not using the five senses of sight, sound, taste, touch and smell." Hence, the term, "sixth sense." And it generally consists of five categories:

  • Telepathy: Mind-to-mind communication
  • Clairvoyance: Seeing events or objects through an inner sight
  • Precognition: The ability to view events before they occur
  • Retrocognition: The ability to view past events
  • Psychometry: The ability to learn the history of an object by touching it

These capabilities are generally thought to be the sole province of psychics, people - like famed clairvoyant Sylvia Browne - supposedly born with these abilities, or who have acquired the gift through some paranormal or traumatic event. Yet renowned psychics like Edgar Cayce believed that everyone is psychic to some degree because, as he said, it was a "natural ability of the soul." The folks at The Science of the Paranormal agree, saying, "All people have what are called 'psychic abilities,' but in most of us, these abilities are too 'weak' to be detected, much less be of any use."

zener Fortunately, there are exercises, even devices that you can construct and tools you can use, to help you develop your latent psychic powers. One of them are Zener cards - five cards each imprinted with distinctive symbol.

Originated by the parapsychology lab at Duke University, Zener cards were developed specifically for telepathic experiments. Simply put, you test your ESP by "guessing" which symbol is on a chosen card.

At The Science of the Paranormal you'll learn how to tap into the subconscious mind through various techniques and tools - what they call "psychic levers" that stimulate the "Ideo-Motor Response (IMR)." IMR, they say, are small changes in muscle tension in response to subconscious stimuli. You can test them and perhaps even learn to control these levers using a pendulum, a Ouija board or a "random field" device, which they show you how to construct.

Using The Energy Wheel, a simple device you can make at home, the makers say you can cause a lightweight rotor "to spin and, on your mental command, you can stop the rotor rotation and reverse the direction of the rotor's spin." They even claim that with practice, you can mentally control the rotor from several feet away.

The key to getting your psychic juices flowing, it seems, is lots of practice. The more you work on it, concentrate on it, and experiment, the better you get at it. Whether you're a beginner or you've been trying to develop your ESP for some time, you might want to check out the Web-based ESP Tester. (You'll need the Shockwave plug-in.) In the test (which takes a while to download), you're asked to guess which of 10 colors the random generator will choose.

You're given 20 chances, and receive many points for a dead-on guess and fewer points just for getting close to the right answer. At the end you're given a score. This is the kind of test you might want to try many times and over a long time period to see if your score - and your ESP powers - improve. (I scored a paltry 70 out of a possible 400 points in my first attempt.)

What does the scientific world have to say about ESP? Naturally, it's skeptical. According to the Psychological Bulletin in its article, "Does PSI Exist?", "most academic psychologists do not yet accept the existence of psi" - another term for ESP, or what they call "anomalous processes of information or energy transfer." (Sheesh! Scientists!) Yet, remarkably, they cite that 55 percent of natural scientists and 77 percent of academics in the arts, humanities and education believe that ESP is either an established fact or a likely possibility! Psychologists, by and large, remain the most skeptical, according to Thinking Critically About ESP, because they know "how easily people are deceived" and because of the lack of reproducible results.

Scientific evidence for ESP might be close at hand, however, thanks to studies conducted by such organizations as the Society for Psychical Research. Quite interesting is a press release from the Society for Scientific Exploration entitled "A Possible Discovery Regarding ESP," which relates how data gathered by James Spottiswoode of the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory in Palo Alto, Calif.

Shows a mysterious correlation between the "effect size" in 2,500 laboratory ESP experiments and sidereal time. In other words, ESP experiments were demonstrated to be much more successful at a certain time of day. "I've checked my data carefully," Spottiswoode says. "Don't ask me what it is, but it's real."

On the other end of the spectrum, there are those who are primarily interested in communicating psychically with their pets. At Interspecies Telepathic Communication, you'll read about ESP encounters with Dancer, the Hot Dog Eating Llama and Messages from Mamma Kitty among others. Oh, well.

Extra Sensory Perception

What is it?

Extra Sensory Perception, the ability to pick up thoughts, impressions, hunches and energy patterns, brings awareness of more than the eyes can see, the ears can hear, the nose can smell, fingers can feel or the tongue can taste. In some circles it is referred to as the sixth sense.

Who Possesses ESP?

Every person. The fact that some have developed this ability to a very high degree has created the impression that only certain people have ESP. Yet we all fit into the category of the sensitive. Everyday in all circumstances we constantly respond to it. This is the most important of all senses for it is the response to life.

How Does It Work?

Basically, man is spirit, soul, or electro-magnetic energy. His soul gives energy to the body. Because man is soul or electro-magnetic energy, he creates by thought or energy. Every thought we think is like a radio wave being transmitted, available for anyone in the universe to pickup.

Just as we transmit, or send out these thought waves, so we receive thought transmissions of other souls. We receive them like a radio and respond to them unconsciously as though they were our own thoughts.

There are men and women rising to great heights of creative leadership because they have "tuned in" to the higher thought perception or creative intelligence of the universe.

Mastery of life must find it's greatest challenge in learning the fine art of discernment of what thoughts are initiated from oneself and what thoughts have been picked up from sources outside oneself. One of the objectives of the IPM program is to help man find mastery of life through understanding the atmosphere and environment in which he moves.

Do We All Perceive A Like?

There are basically four ways that we interpret an incoming thought pattern or energy. There is the intuitive person who will pick up a thought and hear it. He is sometimes considered to be "mental" or "intellectual." Understanding is very important to him.

There is the visionary who will pick up a thought and see it. He sees visions, symbols, colors, etc. in the mind's eye transforming the thought into an image. He is sometimes considered to be clairvoyant.

There is the prophetic person who receives a thought as a knowing. He quickly grasps the "total" concept or idea and has no interest in breaking it down intellectually. He is usually sensitive to precognition and his hunches, dreams and knowings have much to do not only with the future or the present, but how it effects others.

There is the one who picks up a thought and translates it into a feeling. His whole response to life depends upon how it feels to him. His sense of touch is extremely well-developed and he knows people by feeling what they feel.

Each of us lives primarily by one of these personality types and partially by the other three. Once we understand this, we can begin to understand ourselves and those around us to a greater extent.

Is E.S.P Religious?

It is neither religious nor non-religious. It is the common experience of all men. In the religious field, Man has talked about prayer and the reality of hearing the answer to prayer. We read of "the still small voice," "the Father speaking from within," or inner guidance. This reality can be developed so that from a religious sense man can, through meditation, develop a two-way communication. We also read of visions, prophecies and healings.

From the psychological sense we hear this reality referred to as communication or impressions from the "higher self" or "unconscious." From the medical we hear of psychosomatic influences. From the scientific field we hear reference made to energy transmitted and received. From the layman's point of view we hear of hunches, feeling premonitions and intuitions. From Industry we hear of creative inspiration. All of these refer to the same basic reality; Extra Sensory Perception

Extrasensory Perception

ESP is the knowledge of external objects or events without the aid of the senses. Since ancient times, people have wondered about various so-called psychic experiences that seem to defy scientific explanation. Often these phenomena have been associated with communication with the dead. Mediums, who purport to mediate between the living and the dead, were particularly popular in the 19th century. Often mediums deliver utterances while in a trance like state and their followers believe that they can deliver messages from the deceased.

In 1882, a group of scholars in London founded the Society for Psychical Research to study such mysterious events. In the United States, philosopher and psychologist William James discovered a woman in Boston, Massachusetts, named Mrs. Piper, who reportedly had the ability to disclose information about events of which she could not have had personal knowledge. James first began investigating Mrs. Piper's trance phenomena in 1885, and he and others continued these investigations for 30 years. No adequate explanation was ever offered to explain Mrs. Piper's seeming ability to communicate with the dead.

In 1930, Joseph Banks Rhine,a psychology professor at Duke University, founded a parapsychology laboratory at the school. The laboratory became a famous center for investigating ESP. Rhine's investigations focused on what he called psi, or psychic phenomena. He believed that there might be natural, although unknown, causes for mysterious occurrences, and he attempted to establish their existence by use of experimental and mathematical techniques. These techniques included testing people who seemed to possess an unusual ability for ESP.

As part of these tests, Rhine developed a deck of 25 cards, each bearing one of five different symbols, and had his subjects attempt to guess the right symbol when the cards were concealed. Certain individuals guessed correctly more often than the law of averages would predict, and Rhine concluded those individuals possessed ESP. Rhine's investigations led him to believe that ESP underlies clairvoyance (the perception of external things without sensing them), telepathy (the perception of another person's thoughts) and precognition (the ability to predict events). However, later scientists criticized the methodology of Rhine's studies, noting some subjects could identify the symbols by physical marks on the cards.

More recently, computers and other instruments have been used in the study of ESP. However, most scientists do not believe that ESP exists. These scientists note that thousands of controlled studies have failed to show any evidence of psychical phenomena, and that no person has ever successfully demonstrated ESP for independent investigators. Despite these findings, surveys indicate that a substantial portion of the public believes in ESP.

Telepathy and ESP

ESP: is short for Extra Sensory Perception. The term covers several different abilities, of a so called "paranormal" nature, that are attributed to the "Powers of the Mind". Most common of these is "Telepathy" which is the apparent ability to send and receive "thoughts" and other mental data directly from one mind to another. Another ability is called "Precognition" which is the ability to be able to foretell future events. "Clairvoyance" is to be able to mentally "see" or "Know" things in the present, but not within the sensor range or environment of the individual. "Psychometery" is the ability to "sense" information about objects one has physical contact with. "Psychokenisis" is the ability to move or otherwise affect physical matter with the mind.

Most so called "Psychics" are alleged to have some of these abilities, especially Precognition, Psychometery and Clairvoyance.

The least reliable of these abilities is said to be Precognition, owing to the "mutability" of the future based upon our actions in the present. Precognition is one of the most "tested of these abilities however. More common and Most tested is Telepathy. Psychokenisis is one of the rarest of the ESP abilities.

Telepathy: is the most common of the ESP abilities and deserves its own section. As stated above , it is the direct "transference" of thought and "mental imagery" from mind to mind.

A fun "test" of this ability can be done by two persons with notebooks and pencils. They simply take turns drawing an image or doodle and having the other attempt to copy it "telepathically". This process not only will work, but will give insights into the true nature of Telepathy.

In my direct experiments with telepathy, where I used such drawings, I have noticed that the information received is very consistent of what one would expect from a VERBAL communication of the image data, rather than if images were being transmitted and imperfectly received. This seems to hold true even if the participants are actually trying to transmit "images". This suggests that the "channel" that carries the message is of a SERIAL rather than "Parallel" in nature. Also there appears to be a subconscious "conversion" of image type data to verbal type "signals" prior to transmission and a subconscious "RE-conversion" of the "words", upon reception, into an "Image" based upon the receiver's interpretation of the verbal data.

At left are several examples of telepathically transmitted drawings. Note that the result (response) appears to be a what one would expect from a"verbal" description of the target object.--This despite the "transmitter" consciously transmitting images. Note also that the "words" received may only describe lines and their angular relationships and not "higher" concepts such as "square" , etc.

As an ARTIST(one of my skills), I can see a direct parallel between the simple "verbal commands" I give my hand, in order to reproduce a visual image on a canvas--one small line at a time---I actually have "names" for different kinds of lines and their orientations. The process is "semi-subconscious" by now and may be entirely subconscious in other artists, but the parallel between the image building process used by an artist and that apparently used in telepathy is amazing.

I have also found that only certain "verbal word/concepts" are involved in the telepathic process.--These seem to be of the "most basic" or "first order" of concepts and /or their word equivalents in the brain--such as "horizontal line", "Vertical line", "slanted line", "right", "left" , etc. Word concepts that are derivatives of these "basal" words such as square or triangle, do NOT come through. Often the result is a series of "L" shapes in various orientations--that are received when a "square", for example, is transmitted and "/" and "V" like marks in the case of triangles--- The occasional "reception" of an actual "square" or any other Image/word of a higher "heirachy" than the basal, might simply be a "lucky guess" derived from the transmitted informational "clues" Thus telepathy appears not only to use a "verbal" type signal, the words themselves are limited to what I call the "basal vocabulary".

A Theory of Telepathy

The most common assumption is that Telepathy depends upon a system similar to "radio", in that some sort of "wave carrier" emanates from the brain of the "transmitter" person and is thus "received" by virtue of some sort of "organ" in the brain of another person. But there are several problems with this theory, and those like it.

First of all, It would be assumed that such a "radio-like" wave would be of an electromagnetic nature. The problem with this is that any EM waves detected thus far that emanate from the brain are so weak as to have a range limited to mere inches. Another problem is that Telepathy has been observed to work with at least one of the participants enclosed in a "faraday cage", an enclosure that blocks ALL EM radiation.

Indeed, that telepathy is transmitted by ANY kind of "Carrier wave" emanating from the brain or body is doubtful, as there is no apparent loss of signal strength with distance. It has even been said that the telepathic "signal" seems to be "instantaneous", regardless of distance--that is, it appears to travel faster than light (I do NOT know how THIS last claim was "backed up" however)

So we have a problem---We know telepathy exists, because we can demonstrate it and it has recognizable characteristics. At the same time, we cannot detect any medium or carrier of the information, Not only that, the strength of the signal does not decrease with distance, which is contrary to any characteristics of data transmitted across space.----There is, however, ONE example of a similar situation that is supported by CONVENTIONAL Science. It might give us at least a clue as to what may be going on.

In so called "Quantum Physics" there is a peculiarity called the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) Paradox. Quantum mechanics predicts that once two particles have been near each other, they continue to instantaiously affect each other no matter how far apart they become separated. (sound somewhat familiar?) No explanation is offered, however, why this is happens, but it might have something to do with the nature of the "Parallel worlds" described it the article about the same.

Here is where we get speculative---It has been suggested that perhaps, the MIND itself is independent of the brain. Such a Mind would exist as a "field of energy" in space and the brain functions by simply "tuning in" to this field--not unlike a Radio tuning into the energy signal from the station. This being the case, EACH mind has its own separate field---while existing in the same space, are effectively separated from other minds, by virtue of it having a different frequency--one unique to itself.

But such "mind fields" have not been detected. No problem--for reasons to be explained below, the fields may exist in what we call a "parallel universe". From such a parallel world ALL points in THIS world are accessible from one location in it and vice-versa. In effect, the mind field can be said to be "all pervasive" relative to this universe. The "connections" between particles as in the EPR Paradox, also probably use such a "parallel world" type link.

But what does this have to do with telepathy?---Easy, It explains how telepathy may be possible and how it may work. The reason that "transmission waves" for telepathy have not been detected, is because there ARE NONE---Telepathy could very well be a "Passive" rather than active ability--something other researchers have not thought of. To receive a telepathic message the "receiver" simply "re-tunes a PART of his brain to match the MIND frequency of that of another. Thus a person may be in "mental contact" with another, no matter their respective locations in the universe. Signal strength will be always the same and communication TRANS luminal.

Easy enough, in cases, such as tests, where both participants are knowingly passing telepathic messages to each other, but what about cases where it appears that a "distress signal" was SENT to a "receiver" who was NOT consciously "tuning in" to the sender?----If there is NO transmitted signal, then how can this most common manifestation of telepathy take place?

It is THIS ability that suggests how the telepathic "organ" works. Apparently we have a part of the brain that is tunable to all mind frequencies. This PART also has a "memory" for "mind frequencies" of certain people who we have close interactions with. The mysterious "bond" between friends and relatives may simply be represented by the fact that we have stored their mind frequency in this Brain component. We will call this component "the Scanner".

This "Scanner" is thus ALWAYS "tuned in" to the "scanner" of all brains that have their frequency stored in the scanner memory. No thought processes take place in the Scanner region of the brain, so the minds thus "linked" do not interfere with each other. An "alert signal" however is sent to a person's own scanner when he is under some forms of extreme emotional duress. Any other scanners TUNED to this scanner will pick up on this and the rest of the brain will tune itself to the "activated frequency"---thus the appearance of a transmitted telepathic distress call--when really the receivers scanner had been always tuned into the "transmitter's' scanner all along--and only picked up the "alert" sent to the brain of the scanner it was tuned in to.

The Idea of a "frequency memory scanner" is what makes telepathy practical and possible. Sure, there could be an "open frequency tuner" set to receive the "alert signal" of ALL brains--but it would not be practical---someone, somewhere would always be having a crisis and the system always would be "triggered"--and even then there is no way to find the correct "mind frequency " to tune into. A memory based frequency storage system, on the other hand will limit the number of "monitored minds" to a manageable number.

This system perhaps, could have evolved during a "pre-vocal" stage of evolution, where it was important for "the pack" or "heard" to know when a member of it was in distress. Being "tuned in" only to pack members would prevent "interference" from distress signals from other packs.

Thus we have an explanation why telepathy exists, why no carrier waves have been detected, why signal strength remains constant with distance and why "friends" and relatives seem to have the best "telepathic links".

Psychic Amplification

All people have what are called "Psychic abilities", but in most of us, these abilities are too "weak" to be detected, much less to be of any use. There are, however simple devices, which can effectively AMPLIFY what latent psychic ability we do have, just as a physical Lever can Amplify physical strength.. I Call these devices "Psychic levers" .

Most "psychic levers" are ancient in origin and a few are of relatively recent times. They all rely upon "tapping into" the "subconscious mind" where the so called "psychic abilities" reside. The primary reason most people cannot demonstrate any of these abilities is because of the "mental interference" that may block or otherwise alter the "psychic" stuff before it reaches the upper "Conscious levels" of the brain. Psychic levers access the sub conscious mind directly, and convert the "signal" into a form that is immune to most "brain interference" and is able to be "READ" by the conscious mind.

Those individuals claiming "little to no psychic ability" may be able to "squeeze" enough out of the system, using a psychic lever, to at least experience some ESP ability, perhaps to a useful degree. Those with better developed abilities may increase both their "Power" and accuracy many fold.

Most Psychic levers function by exploiting what is called the Ideo-Motor Response (IMR) . The IMR are small changes in muscle tension and "micro movements" of the voluntary motor muscles, in response to subconscious stimuli. IMR devices include the De Chevrul Pendulum, The tension and "L" rods used in dowsing, "Table tipping" and "OUIJA board" devices.

Other Psychic levers work on "sensory feedback" principles and can be quite dramatic in effect. these include the so called "crystal ball", White noise generators (or their natural equivalents), Ganzfelds and what I call the "Random Field". Finally, things like "RUNES" and Tarot cards, can also be considered Levers in a sense, as they are alleged to function by exploiting "synchronicity" principles--resulting from the recognized "interconnectiveness of the universe"

The Pendulum

The Pendulum is considered to be the most common Psychic lever. It has been used since ancient times--The Oracle of Delphi was said to have used one. Its modern use can be traced to the early decades of this century when De Chevrul, a French Psychologist used it to probe the subconscious minds of his patients.

There is nothing really "spooky" about the pendulum. It has been known for some time now that thoughts in the subconscious mind affect the motor muscles. The effect, called the Ideo Motor Response, usually consists of small movements or shakes, that while meaningful, are too minute to be observed directly. The Pendulum, with its long string (about 18 ") amplifies these movements enough to make them visible--as changes in the swing of the pendulum bob.

Now, according to conventional Science, the Subconscious mind can be accessed using this device. It can swing in 4 ways--left to right, front to back, clockwise circle and counterclockwise circle. These 4 movements can be used to designate 4 "responses from the subconscious---YES, NO, I DON'T KNOW and I DON'T WISH TO ANSWER.

The first time one uses a pendulum, one must determine what swing direction designates one's OWN responses. This is done by holding the pendulum string between the thumb and index finger and "concentrating" on the word "YES". Usually the pendulum will want to swing front to back, but it might swing differently for different people. Next, the user concentrates on the word "NO" and observes the result--which is usually a left to right swing. Next the swings for "I don't know" and "I don't wish to answer" are determined. From THIS point the user can "ask" questions and the pendulum will respond with the answer--from the subconscious mind----THIS IS ALL LEGIT SCIENCE ! This is NOT paranormal.

We get into the "Paranormal" aspect when we ask questions that our own subconscious mind has NO way of knowing. Here, the theory is, we are using the "Psychic" mechanism that is ALSO located in the subconscious mind. We may ask questions about the present, future or past, contact the dead, find treasure, etc---So long as we ask the questions in a way that is compatible with the responses of the pendulum. Does it work? Sometimes---and often enough to indicate that what you are getting may not be entirely bogus.

Ouija Boards and Table Tipping

Ouija boards and the technique of table tipping, is also an IMR principled lever. The advantage here is that more than one person's subconscious mind is driving the system. This tends to have an "equalizing" or "filtering" effect that tends to let only that data COMMON to the psychic centers of all the users come through. This tends to "filter out" any subconscious pre conceptions or wishful thinking on the part of any one individual and thus results in more accurate information. There is a lot of literature on these devices, if you are interested in using them--I will not go into that here.

Random Field

The most remarkable of the Psychic levers are the "Random Field" devices. With them, nearly anyone can actually see clear IMAGES directly from the subconscious mind. They are very simple to construct and the effect is quite dramatic.

These devices operate on the same principle of the "crystal ball" the "black mirrors" or blank walls that "seers" have used in their work for millennia. This principle is called "Retnal feedback". In normal vision, the eyes focus images on the retina, which conveys the data along the optic nerve to the visual cortex. Subconscious imagery, however will also flow the other way along the optic nerves, to the retina--This is always happening, but the effect is so slight, that it is easily overwhelmed by the normal visual function. These images can be seen, however, provided that the subject is gazing a viewing surface that is sufficiently "blank" and featureless so as to negate the effects of the normal vision.

Mirrors, crystal balls, pools of ink, white walls and the like tend to do the job nicely. A recent development, called the "Gansfeld", a blank viewing area device also works. That the images actually are seen is NOT disputed by conventional Science. The controversy (Paranormal) is to whether or not these images are or can be of a "Psychic" nature. As the Images are coming from the subconscious, they answer CAN be yes--in some cases at least. The problem with using these devices, however is that, unless one is particularly gifted, it will take many hours of practice and pain before one can see any imagery. and then only about 10 percent are successful. With the random field device, however, better than 90 percent of those who try it can see astounding imagery on the first try.

A random field is a viewing area consisting of a random scatter of light and dark dots, not unlike the "snow" on a TV screen, where there is no station. I have found that the light and dark mottled pattern of fibers seen on a sheet of white paper when illuminated from behind, to be an excellent random field. If we fold the paper into a "L" shape so that most of the page will stand upright, and put a light BEHIND it, then we will be well on our way to making a random field (RF) viewing device.

This device, like this, will not work much better than staring at the plaster dots on the ceiling, however. To increase its power, the random spots must form a 3 Dimensional field. This is accomplished by filling a smooth sided cylindrical container,( a water glass, beaker, or jar ) with water and placing it directly in front of the illuminated paper screen--so that you have to look through it to see the random spots. From about 6 to 8 feet away, each eye will see a different dot pattern, thus creating the 3-D effect that makes the device so effective.

You might want to place the water container upon the "lap" of the "L" fold of the paper--This will help hold up the paper and keep it against the water container

The first time you use the device, it will take about 10 minutes to get results. It is all a matter of figuring out just "how" (by trial and error) to use your eyes to look at it. In future sessions, you will be able to see images. almost immediately. The process is as follows. Seat yourself in a darkened room, about 6 to 8 feet from the device. Look at the pattern through the glass and actually try to "see" the visual answer to a question such as "what will my future wife look like"---The question doesn't matter it helps "prime the pump" by creating a focus. (it is OK to blink your eyes).

It helps also to hold your head in a somewhat downward position so your eyes have to roll upward a bit to see the device. Soon you will notice a kind of white "fog" or "haze" and some crude, face like images. At this stage it will seem like you are simply consciously "making up" pictures from the dots--not unlike making pictures from bathroom tiles. A little later you will suddenly see a picture that looks like a "grainy" low contrast black and white photo.

It may not be recognizable at first, but then it will suddenly snap into focus---The first time this happens IT IS MIND BLOWING. Keep looking you will now see "The slide show" a series of images that "fade in" and fade out in about 5 second intervals. Some of the images are incredibly clear., I once saw a airport and could even see the logos on the planes and the lines on the tarmac. Soon the slide show will end and it will be time to end the session.

What was seen?---actual images from the subconscious. Are they from the "future"--ala "crystal ball"?---Not necessarily, but I must admit I did see some of MY imagery on TV later on during the week.----The Subconscious DOES have access to our psychic centers, so it makes sense that some of this stuff can get through.---By the way, the Question you might ask at the beginning of the session, usually is not answered--it just serves to start the process up.

Why is the Random field so effective? It seems to reduce the "effort" needed by the visual system to "see" subconscious imagery. By co-incidence, some "dark" spots on the paper will correspond with dark spots on the subconscious image (the same situation holds for light spots). The brain systems then need only "suppress" the dark spots that do not correspond with the imagery or "enhance" non matching white spots. This takes less "effort" than constructing a visible image from a blank viewing surface-- enough less "effort" so as to permit MOST people to see the imagery.

Auditory Random Field

The only historical account of random fields appear to be of the "auditory" variety. The oracle of Delphi, in addition to using a pendulum, could "hear spirit voices" in the rustling sound made by the wind blowing through the leaves of trees. Other "oracles" were said to commune with "spirits" at "sacred waterfalls" It is obvious that they were using "white noise", A "natural" version the rushing sound often heard when a radio is tuned between stations. White noise is actually "random sound" composed of many frequencies.

In theory (and fact) white noise can permit one to "listen" to "Voices" from the "subconscious"-----And possibly "spirit or telepathic entities" as the subconscious IS hooked up directly to the "psychic centers". In order to make an auditory device as effective as the Visual device described above, a 3-D auditory field must be created.----To my knowledge no one has done this yet, I plan to build one but I haven't gotten around to it yet myself. It would not be very hard to make however.

Any reader somewhat knowledgeable in electronics can make a simple "white noise" generator. The only difference is that an auditory random field will require TWO separate white noise generators. The output should be fed into a stereo headphone where one generator goes to the left and the other to the right ear. Lower frequencies should predominate. such a device should be "Highly effective". If any reader tries this please let me know what happens.

Esp Test with Symbols -1

The purpose of Symbols: The symbols are letters A,B,C,D,E. They help the mind to develop a focus on receiving information regarding events and factual things that happen in everyday life. One's telepathic perception increases over time with continued practice. Copying the symbols.
Print this page and cut out the symbols that are shown at the bottom. There are five symbols and the deck of cards must contain 25 cards. Five of each symbol. Reprint the page or make copies of it so that you have the 25 cutouts. Be sure that only the white of the paper and the symbols show. Remove any border color if it prints out.

Preparing the cards: Get dark colored poster paper and cut out 25 cards 3" x 5". The exact size is not important but they should all be fairly close to the same size. You need to use dark poster paper so that the symbols do not show through the backside.

Glue the 25 cutouts onto the 25, 3"x 5" blank cards so that the symbols are facing out. Be certain that the cutouts are not loose because it will interfere with shuffling the deck.

Esp Test - Combination Symbols

Purpose of the Combo Symbols: The colors are related to emotions and intellectual knowledge and the symbols are related to factual and real events that occur. Practice with a combination of the two, helps the mind to develop a focus on perceiving information containing both of these elements. One's perception of these two elements increases over time with continued practice. Copying the colored symbols.

Print this page and cut out the color circles that are shown at the bottom. There are five colors and the deck of cards must contain 25 cards. Five of each color. Reprint the page or make copies of it so that you have the 25 cutouts. Be sure that only the white of the paper and the colors show. Remove any border color if it prints out.

Preparing the cards: Get dark colored poster paper and cut out 25 cards 3" x 5". The exact size is not important but they should all be fairly close to the same size. You need to use dark poster paper so that the colors do not show through the backside.

Glue the 25 cutouts onto the 25, 3"x 5" blank cards so that the colors are facing out. Be certain that the cutouts are not loose because it will interfere with shuffling the deck.

Esp Test With Colors

The purpose of Colors: The colors are related to emotions and intellectual knowledge. Practice with them helps the mind to develop a focus on receiving information regarding other people's feelings and emotions, as well as knowing of facts and information about things. One's perception increases over time with continued practice. Copying the colors.

Print this page and cut out the color circles that are shown at the bottom. There are five colors and the deck of cards must contain 25 cards. Five of each color. Reprint the page or make copies of it so that you have the 25 cutouts. Be sure that only the white of the paper and the colors show. Remove any border color if it prints out.

Preparing the cards: Get dark colored poster paper and cut out 25 cards 3" x 5". The exact size is not important but they should all be fairly close to the same size. You need to use dark poster paper so that the colors do not show through the backside.

Glue the 25 cutouts onto the 25, 3"x 5" blank cards so that the colors are facing out. Be certain that the cutouts are not loose because it will interfere with shuffling the deck.


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