Thursday, April 14, 2011


The word "telepathy" (feeling from a distance) was invented by Frederick W. Myers in 1882 to denote "the communication of impressions of any kind from one mind to another, independent of the recognized channels of sense"; and the typical phenomena concern two living people, an "agent" and a "recipient", the latter appearing to recieve some novel information from the former. Thus the recipient may tell the experimenter what the agent (of course, unseen, unheard, and out of touch) was thinking intently about, the subject being in both cases registered in writing before verification. Or the recipient may make a rough sketch of a simple object  that the agent was handling, drawing, or even thinking about  --say a ring or a cross, a key or a banana. Just as it is now possible to send across the Atlantic... (...) ...but probably in some very different way , the agent, with a horseshoe in his hand can also influence the recipient that he on his part draws a horseshoe.

                    Extracted from: "Riddles of Science" by Sir. Arthur Thomson.

We are talking about telepathy, and the reason is as simple as this, remote influence and remote hypnosis are kinds of evolved telepathy. The evidence for telepathy is given at length in the Proceedings of the Society for Physical Research both in Britain and in the United States, and an enquirer who wishes to investigate the subject seriously may consult the data in these volumes.

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