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List of psychic


This is a list of alleged psychic abilities

that have been attributed to real-world
people. Many of these abilities are also
known as extrasensory perception or
sixth sense. Superhuman abilities from
fiction are not included.

Notable psychic abilities

Apportation – The ability to undergo
materialization, disappearance or
teleportation of an object.[1]
Astral projection or mental projection
– The ability to voluntarily project the
astral body (consciousness), being
associated with out-of-body
experience, in which the astral body
becomes separate from the physical
body (djinn).[2]
Aura reading – The ability to perceive
"energy fields" surrounding people,
places and things.[3]
Automatic writing – The ability to write
without conscious thought.[4]
Clairaudience – The ability to acquire
information by paranormal auditory
Claircognizance – The ability to
acquire psychic knowledge by means
of intrinsic knowledge.
Clairgustance – The ability to perceive
an ethereal substance without contact.
Clairolfactance – The ability to access
spiritual or mediumistic knowledge
through smell.
Clairsentience – The ability to acquire
psychic knowledge by feeling.
Clairvoyance – The ability to perceive
person, object, location, and physical
events through extrasensory
Conjuration- The ability to summon
items from thin air.
Divination – The ability to gain insight
into a situation by way of an occultic
standardized process.[5]
Dowsing – The ability to locate water,
sometimes using a tool called a
dowsing rod.[6]
Energy medicine – The ability to heal
with one's own empathic etheric,
astral, mental or spiritual energy.[7]
Hydrokinesis-The ability to manipulate
Levitation or transvection – The ability
to undergo bodily uplift or fly by
mystical means.[8]
Mediumship or channeling – The ability
to communicate with spirits.[9]
Precognition or premonition – The
ability to perceive future events.[10]
Prophecy – The ability to predict what
will happen in the future.
Psychic surgery – The ability to
remove disease or disorder within or
over the body tissue via an "energetic"
incision that heals immediately
Psychokinesis or telekinesis – The
ability to manipulate objects by way of
extrasensory perception.[12]
Psychometry or psychoscopy – The
ability to obtain information about a
person or object, usually by touch.[13]
Pyrokinesis – The ability to manipulate
fire with your mind.[14]
Remote viewing, telesthesia or remote
sensing – The ability to see a distant
and unseen target using extrasensory
Retrocognition or postcognition – The
ability to perceive past events.[16]
Second sight – The ability to see future
and past events or to perceive
information that is not present to the
senses, in the form of a vision
(precognition or remote viewing).
Scrying – The ability to look into a
suitable medium with a view to detect
significant information .[17]
Telepathy – The ability to transfer
thoughts mentally through
extrasensory perception.[18]
Thoughtography – The ability to "burn"
images from one's mind onto surfaces
such as photographic film by psychic

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of Claims, Frauds, and Hoaxes of the
Occult and Supernatural (1st ed.). New
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11. Spence, Lewis (2007). Encyclopedia of
Occultism & Parapsychology (3rd ed.).
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12. Braude, Stephen E. (2002). ESP and
Psychokinesis: A Philosophical
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Brown Walker Press. p. 21. ISBN 1-58112-
13. Beloff, John (1997). Parapsychology: a
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ISBN 978-0-312-17376-0.
14. Genzmer, Herbert (2007). Mysteries of
the World: Unexplained Wonders and
Mysterious Phenomena (American ed.).
Bath: Parragon. p. 194. ISBN 1405490225.
15. Zusne, Leonard (1989). Anomalistic
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p. 167. ISBN 0-8058-0508-7.
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