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Parapsychology

Most sciences try to explain observable phenomena. Parapsychologists try to observe unexplainable phenomena. By: Qamar Altaf

Parapsychology

The scientific study of paranormal phenomena. Paranormal: Beyond normal, Unusual experience that cant be explained on usual scientific principles or by common sense. The Society for Psychical Research, founded in 1882 in London.

Parapsychology

Parapsychology: The term parapsychology (also known as psi phenomena) was coined in or around 1889 by philosopher Max Dessoir, and originates from para meaning "alongside", and psychology. The term was adopted by J.B. Rhine in the 1930s as a replacement for the term psychical research.

Psi phenomena

Psi is a term for parapsychology derived from the Greek, psi, 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet; from the Greek psyche, "mind, soul. Types: Traditionally the term has had two sub-categories Psi-Gamma - Pertaining to paranormal cognition (ESP, remote viewing, etc.) Psi-Kappa - Pertaining to paranormal action (psychokinesis, etc.)

ESP: Extrasensory Perception

ESP is the perception of objects, thoughts, or events without the mediation of the known human senses. It is the most testable and well known area of parapsychology Often referred to as the 6th sense. 3 main types of ESP
Telepathy Clairvoyance Precognition

Telepathy

Transfer of information (thoughts or feelings) between 2 individuals. one person sending thoughts to another or perceiving another's thoughts without using any of the five recognized senses.
Term was coined by F. W. Myers in 1882. Popularized by fictional novels and movies.

Telepathy

Cholinergia: State of Relaxation Adrenergia: State of Mental Tention. Telepathic network: The Angelic way to learn all news in the Universe. Unconscious Relays: Individuals who serve as channel for passing information without recognition. Dynamic center of Mobile Consciousness: Solar Plexus, from mother passes info

Clairvoyance

French for clear vision, seeing


The ability to see information about people, objects, or locations without using any of the five senses.

Includes crystal (distant events) /mirror (spiritual vision) gazing (Scrying)

Clair.
Clairsentience (sensing/feeling/touching): To feel vibration of other people

Clairaudience (hearing/listening): To hear voices or thoughts of spirits

Clair.
Clairolfactance/clairalience/clairscentist (Smelling): To get Psychic knowledge through physical sense of smell

Claircognizance (knowing): To know by Intrinsic means

Clair.
Clairgustance/Clairambience (tasting): To taste without putting in mouth.

Automatic writing: Writing said to be produced by a spiritual, occult, or subconscious agency rather than the conscious intention of the writer

Precognition

Fore knowledge of an event, Knowledge of a future event or circumstance not obtained by inference or deduction, but by paranormal means. Precognition is what most people mean when using the term psychic. Premonition: A strong feeling that something(unplea) is about to happen.

Precognition

Dream interpretation
Many people believe dreams predict the future

Origin of Belief in ESP

The term ESP was used as early as the late 19th century. Used to describe the ability of a person who had been hypnotized or in a trance state yet could sense things without using the five senses. However, the phenomena of ESP may go back to Biblical times.

Persistence of Belief in ESP

A survey published in 1987 by Univ. of Chicago found that 67% of all adult Americans believe they have experienced ESP, up from 58% in 1976.
According to leading Russian scientists, "Many people believe in clairvoyance, astrology, and other superstitions to compensate for the psychological discomforts of our time."

Altered state of consciousness

Also named Altered state of mind is any condition which is significantly different from a normal waking beta wave state
The secret inside KUN (Lum)

Altered state of consciousness


EEG (Electroencephalography)

Altered state of consciousness

States of consciousness

Altered state of consciousness

Hypnosis: The induction of a state of consciousness in which a person apparently loses the power of voluntary action and is highly responsive to suggestion or direction. Its use in therapy, typically to recover suppressed memories or to allow modification of behavior by suggestion

Testing ESP
"Exteriorization of Sensitiveness."
A photograph of the sensitive was taken and the negative was then held by her a few moments. The operator, with a pin, scratched the hand on the negative. Instantly the sensitive ejaculated with pain, and a small red spot appeared on the back of her hand. This rapidly grew into the blister shown on the next slide. Courtesy: Ashley Durkee and Jason Hester, Arizona State University, USA

Psychokinesis

Psychokinesis (PK) is an ability to move objects by mental effort alone Telekinesis: The power to move something by thinking about it without the application of physical force Psychometry (Object reading): The ability to discover facts about an event or person by touching inanimate objects associated with them

Human Aura

A distinctive atmosphere or quality that seems to surround and be generated by a person, thing or place
Psychic energy: Extrasensory energy that enables people to do paranormal activities

Human Aura
Kirlian photography Image of Aura

Human Aura

Kirlian photography is a collection of photographic techniques used to capture the phenomenon of electrical coronal discharges. It is named after Semyon Kirlian, who, in 1939 accidentally discovered that if an object on a photographic plate is connected to a high-voltage source, an image is produced on the photographic plate.

Human Aura
Two Persons (2.5 feet)

Human Aura
Layers of Aura (2.5 feet)

Human Chakras

7 Wheels of Energy

The Meridians
Channels carry and distribute qi/chi

Pursuit of Parapsychology

Over 200 colleges and universities in the U.S. alone have courses in parapsychology John F. Kennedy Universitys Graduate School of Consciousness Studies offers a masters degree in parapsychology.

References

Ron Roberts, David Groome (2001). Parapsychology The Science of Unusual Experience. New York: Arnold, a member of the Hodder Headline Group.186. Irwin, H.J. (1999) An introduction to parapsychology. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. Thalbourne, M.A. (1982) A glossary of terms used in parapsychology.London:Heinemann.

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