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Psi test?

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posted on Dec, 30 2005 @ 11:48 AM
yvw Toraylin..When you get time try it tho! (you might want to avoid the butterfly test if you get aggravated easily, the butterfly will change directions with the slightest change in a thought wave and I know it drives me! There are also psi healing practice/tests made by the same place (IONs) but I dont have the link for that. Good Luck with your studies!

posted on Dec, 30 2005 @ 12:48 PM
Very cool sites! I have tried something similar a few years ago and did pretty decent. I tried a few quick remote viewing sessions and so far I am 3rd for today.

posted on Feb, 1 2006 @ 04:44 PM
The Results are in @GotPsi for whole month of January. (Not all results are up in U.S. yet I got friend from U.K. to send results to me). Anyway, I got 1st Place with my s/n 'Delicious' in Lotto! Yipeeee!

Lottery Test - Monthly Hall of Fame

for full month 1/2006

Immediate computer draw

Total 68,696 plays by 750 users for this period (0.530+0.038 = 0.568 matches/play overall)

Rank User ID Odds Plays Matches (0-5,m) Matches/Play
1 Delicious 88.7 to 1 790 412 308 64 6 0 0, 42 0.575+0.053 = 0.628
2 StarSparkle27 85.7 to 1 635 323 257 49 6 0 0, 32 0.587+0.050 = 0.638
3 BP2005 71.1 to 1 909 475 343 86 5 0 0, 42 0.583+0.046 = 0.629
4 Full Circle 45.7 to 1 317 146 145 24 2 0 0, 12 0.628+0.038 = 0.666
5 StarSparkle27_MM 15.0 to 1 216 121 72 19 4 0 0, 15 0.565+0.069 = 0.634
6 Cristo 31 14.0 to 1 1177 630 453 89 5 0 0, 58 0.549+0.049 = 0.598
7 nathan 13.2 to 1 807 432 295 79 1 0 0, 36 0.565+0.045 = 0.610
8 ovalpool 12.4 to 1 1359 736 495 120 8 0 0, 56 0.558+0.041 = 0.600
9 lil engine that could 11.2 to 1 132 63 53 13 3 0 0, 3 0.667+0.023 = 0.689
10 Winds At My Side 10.1 to 1 281 142 111 25 3 0 0, 9 0.605+0.032 = 0.637

posted on Feb, 1 2006 @ 04:50 PM
I heard from some educational channel, that people who study music (perform some kind of musical instrument) do something like 70% better at Psi tests than people who don't study music.

Kind of interesting....


posted on Feb, 1 2006 @ 06:59 PM
That is an interesting thought there.I happen to be a musician I think many of us here are iknto the arts of some sort!

posted on Feb, 2 2006 @ 03:21 AM
Yes many there are musicians, or as Serpo said are in arts of some sort; painters, martial arts, writers, mathematicians, etc.

I know some sort of background noise (fan, electrical noise,music) helps to 'hear' the numbers, or feel/see the energy stronger...just like it helps the deceased communicate with people via tape recorders. It adds energy which helps to illuminate the target. Also, the vibration from a bell or a beat creates a sound wave which can help intensify object... very similar to the way a blind bat makes sharp clicking noise to 'see', bouncing sound off objects to determine distance and size. Shamans/monks have used this method to help with psi by beating on a drum or gong, or by ringing a bell or chime in a pattern of steady intervals.

I once heard there were other languages in the afterlife/heaven besides traditional talking, i.e., telepathy, also mathematical/numerical communication and communication using notes/music, similar to birds.

Here are a couple other Gotpsi or Gotpsi related links if you are interested The first link is advice from testers and records of some of their amazing hits!

At this next link many of the testers from Gotpsi decided to play a 'Dream Game' ..There is one sender who sends a dream to whole group and then participants dreams are examined later to see who was having the senders same dream. The game is currently running and anyone who would like to participate in the game is welcome to join.

posted on Feb, 22 2006 @ 08:50 AM
Nice PSI Test site had renew instead creating site about one

posted on Feb, 22 2006 @ 11:25 PM
I'm a musician as well and tried out the psitests. I did the remote viewing and got in the top ten. I only did 11 runs but averaged 70/100 which is the highest average rating. It wasn't too many runs so it could have been chance but I still did better than anyone with the same amount of runs. I started a topic here about the relationship between musical ability and the mind. I'd be interested to see what else you have to say.

Thanks for the interesting link and I look forward to others results or experiences.

posted on May, 3 2008 @ 05:58 AM
reply to post by toraylin

The IONS psiarcade has been one of my favourite playgrounds for the better part of the last five years.
So, just bumping this, after returning from a half an hour of sharpening my "intuition" with the keys thingy... (The butterfly is amazing, but it actually gives me headaches.)

I wish the "Wild Divine" were, partly at least, online too...

posted on May, 3 2008 @ 09:55 AM
I did better with the quick remote viewer than I thought I would. I just relaxed my mind, and let my mind drift to where I got a feel for what was hidden. This time last year, I wouldn't have got any of them right. The sequential card test, I did really well, until I stopped concentrating by just visualizing the picture. At one point I got them all to turn over. The photo was of an ice cream, and all I thought about was the ice cream and Summer. Also, with the sweets, I just thought of M&M's and I would get three to show. I found some photos were difficult for me to imagine, but the picture ones like the portraits were easier for me to do, but the wavy lines, I just couldn't get my head around.(no pun intended.) It is good mental exercise to stimulate the brain cells and my brain feels like it has been stimulated.

posted on May, 3 2008 @ 12:14 PM
reply to post by rachel07

There you have it...

Yes, it really does pay to exercise those abilities.
The "rewards" are magnificent.

posted on May, 4 2008 @ 02:39 AM

Originally posted by rachel07
I found some photos were difficult for me to imagine, but the picture ones like the portraits were easier for me to do, but the wavy lines, I just couldn't get my head around.

I'm the same way. The portraits I'd get 4 or 5 to turn over, the more abstract pictures of circles or squares or wavy lines were a lot harder for me.

I did remarkably well with the locational test, which I found pretty hilarious, because I have the worst sense of direction of anyone I know.

posted on May, 4 2008 @ 06:55 AM

I did remarkably well with the locational test, which I found pretty hilarious, because I have the worst sense of direction of anyone I know.

Do you mean the fairies in the Garden?

Anyway, I suspect that is somehow connected: your alleged "bad" sense of direction and your ability to "guess" the location in such a test, I mean.
I don't know how exactly, but I suspect it is.

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