Telepathic Communication – Tapping into Thought

 August 20, 2016
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Thought Reading

According to Wikipedia:

It is generally accepted in the scientific community that there is no replicable evidence that the phenomenon exists, and it is generally considered to be pseudoscience

Stuart CumberlandThe concept of telepathic communication, or the concept of tapping into thought, can be tracked to the late 19th century with the formation of the Society for Psychical Research. Initially referred to as thought reading, magicians such as Stuart Cumberland became famous for performing blindfolded feats such as identifying a hidden object. Cumberland claimed he had no genuine psychic ability, and read thoughts by holding the hand of the subject in order to read their muscular movements. The Society for Psychical Research disputed Cumberland’s abilities. Cumberland argued that telepathy and communication with the dead were impossible, and that the mind of man cannot be read through telepathy, but only by muscle reading. Cumberland was born in 1857, and lived until 1922. Much more has been learned about the potential of telepathy since then though.

Remote Viewing

Also according to Wikipedia:

Remote viewing (RV) is the practice of seeking impressions about a distant or unseen target using subjective means, in particular, extrasensory perception (ESP) or “sensing with mind”. There is no credible scientific evidence that remote viewing works, and the topic of remote viewing is regarded as pseudoscience.

Ingo SwannIf remote viewing was a pseudoscience, one can ask why the CIA and DoD embarked on such a research program in secret? Science generally takes the view that if you can’t see it, it is not there, and does not exist, but there is much about the mind that science is yet to discover. Perhaps one of the most well known remote viewers is Ingo Swann, a claimed psychic, known for being the co-creator, along with Russell Targ and Harold Puthoff of the Stargate Project.

Telepathic Communication

Michael PersingerThe neuroscientist, Michael Persinger, has been conducting research into telepathic communication, and his findings are of much interest. In the following documentary, Persinger discusses telepathic communication and what is being discovered in relation to it:



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A being seeking and pursuing knowledge and truth

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