posted on Feb, 13 2004 @ 11:23 PM
I'm 28 now... way back in 6th grade I started getting interested in the paranormal (which ultimatly lead me to Edgar Cayce ->Nostradamus -> end times
predictions ->conspiracy research). What I learned then is still invaluable to me today. MOST MEDIUMS ARE FRAUDS! I say most, because there have been
cases of true mediums.
Anyways, all these things you see on TV about how people bend spoons and stuff with their minds, and how they REALLY do it, is old knowledge to me.
Magnets have always played a big part, of course. Bending and breaking spoons is relativly simple... you just bend the spoon back and forth until it
is almost ready to break, then you can hold it and shake it slightly up and down and it will begin to 'bend on it's own' until it finally
I'm not saying this to debunk these videos, but I wouldn't believe any of them either unless he could show me in person. The best TK proof is where
someone will make an object move from a completely different and sealed off room. From what I understand (I am not TK, I am ESP) TK has somewhat of a
linear falloff point, meaning that it is easier for a person doing TK to manipulate an object that is closer to them than it is further away. BUT,
I've also come to understand that walls and such don't affect the dropoff, as long as the person is able to concentrate on the object.