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Real Telekinesis, Pyrokinesis and other superpowers.

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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 03:23 PM
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I spotted one or two of these videos in much older threads from 2004-2007 and I think the subject really needs to become public knowledge.

There are secret societies that have passed down hidden knowledge of human potential. They share their secrets only with the most dedicated students. Few today openly display this full human potential. To tell the world these hidden mysteries breaks all the rules. Completely taboo within the secret society.

I've found 3 solid looking examples publicly available. If anyone knows more I would love to know.

Venerable Llama Dondrup Dorje aka Dr. Yeung
This unsuspecting Buddhist monk is a martial arts superstar
I find this dude the most interesting. His use of basic Tai Chi when he is clearly a formidable martial artist. His explanations of energy bubbles and electromagnetism and buddha nature. Red shirt dude is one of his students and I think before taking up Tai Chi he practiced in the West Side Story school of fighting. A ham actor for sure. One scene shows this dude throw 7 people simultaneously. It's impossible but he does it. I mean they have him in a dogpile that a 260 lb football player couldn't escape and he just does his energy buble and they all go flying.

Master Shu(?)
Tai Chi master "come to me at dawn every day for three years and then I will take you seriously as a student"
Telekinetic push that hurls people away or drops people in place

John Chang aka Dynamo Jack
72nd degree Nei Kung master
healing with acupuncture
electrical touch that can jolt muscle or light an LED light
heating hands to the point of boiling water or lighting small papers on fire nearly 10ft range
awareness of ghosts spirits etc the spirit world
able to stop rifle pellets with his bare hand and focused chi
telekinesis to move a balanced kris knife on a table

Shaolin monks
These guys use chi to resist being cut by spears
to resist hanging or any physical pain at all really
to break bricks/rocks with their bare hands or even their foreheads

a newscast and national geographic
ft. Tom Cameron Karate instructor and master of the Dim Mak. They call him the human stun gun but this newscast paints him as less than stunning. A skeptics point of view.
Also ft' a video of a master who fought a MMA fighter and got beat down embarrassingly.

So I think that's a good starting off point for a discussion.

I started practicing Tai Chi immediatly after seeing these videos. I'm gonna practice qigong also. I've been interested in karate and MMA etc and this seems like the first step towards real ultimate power. If you get that reference you get +1. If you don't get that reference you know nothing about ninjas.




posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 03:43 PM
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I was simply amazed by this thread... I'd have to say "DJ" definitely impressed me most... this has caused me to gain immense interest in this field. I really can't thank you enough for bringing this out into the public.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 03:44 PM
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Oh yeah... these things all exist. Though, they have been kept in hidden circles.

Unless you are naturally gifted, an un-vaccinated child born recently, or have much discipline and years to devote, you are pretty much out of luck in developing these powers. Before you disconnect from humanity and dwelve deep into the occult, know that these phenomenon are fleeting and will be short-lived.

Jack, the tai chi master, said... "old wisdom is leaving"

He is absolutely right. 2013 is when the paradigm shifts and we leave the 3D/4D worlds behind... well, those who stay on Earth... Just wait and see what I mean.

I still practice yoga and martial arts, but laid off the heavy meditation and other disciplines.

Many people are experiencing Kundalini symptoms as Earth's frequency rises. I know I feel mine... With a risen Kundalini, these skills come quickly and easily. Keep in mind, that it's the old way of doing things. We are about to be born into something brand new.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 04:04 PM
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I practiced qigong off and on for the past 2 years mixed with some other yoga techniques (ashtanga vinyassa, shaolin 8 brocade), and my climbing and martial abilities came from out of nowhere.

If you take a daily practice in something of this nature, it is highly probable that you can live the entirety of your life without becoming ill.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 11:43 PM
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Wicked thread brother!

I am really into this stuff in a big way, I totally believe in it!

That being said I also believe some techniques are caused by being able to attack effectively.

For example I can kick someone and give them heart palpitations or a heart attack, I know it because I've performed it. It's not a heart attack death kick move per se, it's just the ability to strike hard and effectively!



posted on Jan, 17 2011 @ 02:14 AM
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Cool. I'm glad to get a few responses.

I started doing daily Tai Chi solo forms
I'm gonna look into qigong next

I already had a few years of deep meditation under my belt. I was into lucid dreaming at first. I used to have these awful nightmares where I'd be pursued by someone or something and I would want to get away but my legs would be stiff and sluggish. Once I mastered lucid dreaming I was like a superman in my dreamworld, the scary stalker would get flattened with a stray tossed car or whatever and I'd fly off to better dreams.

I used to love this series of books called the Wheel of Time and in the books they use this method called 'the void and the flame' where you visualize a lighter flame in a black void just flickering in the distance. I've been using it for years to focus my own meditation.

I think adding the physical movements to the meditation is important. I imagine the highest levels of meditation would require some sort of vocalization too. The body movements get the heart and blood flowing and respiration is really important. The whole act of breathing in sync with your heartbeat. Then making a sound. Like a resonant sound. A meditative chord. You need to have the right sound frequency to resonate in the brain. There was a thread about the 6 Mystic Notes to Open the 3rd Eye: D A G D C Gb. Ecstatic religious states or berserker rages which flood the brain with chemicals push the trance further. Shamanistic herbalism takes it into the next dimension.

Have you ever heard of Berzerkergang?
See this is another ancient practice to bring out super human abilities

You gotta jump and flail and roar and use all your big muscle groups and bite yourself and cut yourself and cause pain and you get this huge adrenaline rush. See these ancient warriors learned about adrenaline and the human bodies strange self limiter which prevents it from using its own true strength. Except in situations of dire need when the body is flush with adrenaline, those limits are removed. The viking berserkers were fearsome according to the historical record.



posted on Jan, 17 2011 @ 02:39 AM
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Originally posted by Mayura
Oh yeah... these things all exist. Though, they have been kept in hidden circles.

Unless you are naturally gifted, an un-vaccinated child born recently, or have much discipline and years to devote, you are pretty much out of luck in developing these powers. Before you disconnect from humanity and dwelve deep into the occult, know that these phenomenon are fleeting and will be short-lived.

Jack, the tai chi master, said... "old wisdom is leaving"

He is absolutely right. 2013 is when the paradigm shifts and we leave the 3D/4D worlds behind... well, those who stay on Earth... Just wait and see what I mean.

I still practice yoga and martial arts, but laid off the heavy meditation and other disciplines.

Many people are experiencing Kundalini symptoms as Earth's frequency rises. I know I feel mine... With a risen Kundalini, these skills come quickly and easily. Keep in mind, that it's the old way of doing things. We are about to be born into something brand new.


Well I hope these skills do come easily. I was not born in a hospital. I've done some yoga too. The whole opening your Chakras thing is a pretty cool system. I haven't noticed it getting any easier. I am interested in the concept of the dan tien where John Chang is drawing his yin and yang energies. I don't think we will see any shift into a 4th dimension. I do these mental exercises sometimes to try to be 4 dimensional or to think 4 dimensionally. I figured it's something like experiencing your birth life and death simultaneously as one point in 4D. And the world is like the moment before the big bang where all points are still one point in spacetime. I've studied tesseracts and tried to comprehend the extra dimensions we aren't seeing. I just don't think any big change is gonna happen unless we have that technological singularity Kurzweil talks about.



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 02:03 PM
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In regard to the cultivation of Ching or Jing, Chi, and Kundalini–in both the Taoist and Buddhist traditions (among others)–the following website has an immense wealth of resources:



Sacred-Sex: Ching and Taoism



A really good post:



Pratyahara or Mo-Chao and Martial Arts

The principles of Aikido are very esoteric. The thing is, as prejudiced as those comments may be, they are right: Aikido is a very effective weapon. However, it is peaceful, as its name implies: (合気道): "Ai" - harmony; "Ki" - energy; "Do" - the way: literally "The way of harmonizing energy." When we subdue the mind, we must not use force and exertion, but leverage and comprehension. I am familiar with this artform and I know other instructors who are as well. Highly recommended!



posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 04:42 PM
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Thanks Tamahu I will read those links. I've always wanted to learn Aikido. I just don't want to go to a girly Aikido school like this one by my house lol, I want to go to a hard as nails Steven Seagall type Aikido school in Japan. For now I settle for the at home videos. So I'm doing Qi Gong and Tai Chi for 2 hours a day.

I saw this video on practical aplications of Tai Chi in combat.

Best demo of FA JIN forms
I'm starting to see how you need to learn fa jin to master a lot of what the first videos showed. To seemingly throw someone with no effort. I guess it's like a Bruce Lee one inch punch, it's a small gesture that generates a lot of force. You gotta check out this awesome character MTG as he demonstrates the principle.

I'm also still analyzing the first few videos to understand how they do it. In those first videos in some cases it seems to be a Jedi mind trick these masters pull on their students. They whip out their arm in a direction and the students attention follows it and the master easily takes advantage. When Dondrup Dorje leans forward and stares down a charging student who is running at him and the student falls backwards repelled by the stare down and the chi. That's impressive. Is it terrifying presence? Is it that the student through repetition has learned to fear rushing into a glaring martial arts super star master who has kicked his butt more than a few times. The video would make you think its telekinesis by editing it with various tricky dodge throws.

Still no way to explain Dynamo Jack. I'd love to have lightning fingers. My kung fu would be the best and I'd give all the ladies the shocker. You could call me Raiden bitches.



posted on Jan, 20 2011 @ 06:05 PM
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As this section of ATS is concerned with secret society's I think this is a very good topic because in my life I found that those who have "ability's" are almost always martial artists. I mean if your in search of esoteric knowledge martial arts is not a bad place to look.

There are people who can strike you in a point and knock you out

There are people who can wave their hands close to your body and disrupt the energy flow in your body

There are people who can "feel" you, who can put a blindfold on and still fight you

There are people who can knock you down without touching you

There are people who can point at you with their finger and from that day forwards you will have health problems

There are people who can look you deep in the eyes and at that point you will forget who you are and where you are

Yes there are some real adepts in this world and most of them are martial artists



posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 06:40 PM
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There's a old karate story about the 'grandfather' of karate, Sokon "Bushi" Matsumura who got challenged by a young man. He refused the first few times but finally accepted. When they were about to start, Master Matsumura got in a low horse riding stance, his [right] shoulder facing the opponent. The opponent rushed at the old master. The masters eyes suddenly widened and he shouted with all his might, felling his would be assailant back. The boy got up, thinking it wondering what just happened, gained composure and charged again. The master just shouted again. The boy fell over once again, terrified. He got up, walked to the old master and bowed on his hands and knees. He begged for forgiveness from the master and also to take him on as a disciple. That's one of my favorite karate stories.

If you can find it Sifu Jerry Alan Johnson wrote two excellent books on Pa Kua Chang (baquazhang) called "The Essence of Internal Martial Arts." Volume 1 goes through the Eight Trigrams theory and the I Ching for a brief moment. He gets into extra curricular kung fu exercises divided by the eight animals of Pa Kua and their related trigrams. The later part gets into Iron Body, Iron Palm and Dim Mak (pressure point fighting). This is where it gets complicated.

Volume 2 explains the similarities between electromagnetism (albeit short) and qi. He explains rooting, projecting, developing psychic awareness, three levels of Eight Direction Perception Meditation (what the masters use to sense an opponent coming at them), I Chuan (Static Posture), Sexual Taoism, among a few other goodies. Easy reads, except the Dim Mak if you don't know your anatomy terminology. My favorite esoteric books, and I have A LOT of esoteric books. He does warn that some of the exercises can be dangerous if not done under a qualified instructor, mainly the Iron Palm and Iron Body. To get the best results you should always have an instructor, but some of us just can't afford it!



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 02:15 AM
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Asia is perhaps the best proof to blow the brains out of ignorant atheists and non believers in the true spiritual nature of the human being. I applaud this thread, for it reveals the future of the human being. Just a quick side note on DJ / John Chang - while you are correct that there are 72 levels, his school does not go by "degrees". They are levels.

What is more amazing is that his powers are not even close to level 72 or even 50. You attain those powers at level four I believe. However - each level requires 80 hours of secret meditation techniques. It's something I highly recommend researching. If not, at least it should open your mind to the variety of meditation techniques that can improve your life in various ways.
edit on 28-9-2011 by UnitedSpiritualAlliance because: John chang is NOT at level 72



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 02:20 PM
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Originally posted by UnitedSpiritualAlliance
Asia is perhaps the best proof to blow the brains out of ignorant atheists and non believers in the true spiritual nature of the human being.


That's really interesting considering most Asians are atheists (Buddhists, Taoists, Jainists, and Marxists).



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 02:31 PM
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Originally posted by Masonic Light

Originally posted by UnitedSpiritualAlliance
Asia is perhaps the best proof to blow the brains out of ignorant atheists and non believers in the true spiritual nature of the human being.


That's really interesting considering most Asians are atheists (Buddhists, Taoists, Jainists, and Marxists).


I was speaking in regards to ignorant atheists , hence why I included the word ignorant

An enlightened atheist is spiritual in nature, however even what you claim to be atheism in buddhism, taoism etc. - they all have a higher power...i.e.- the source...wu-chi...these are the ideals of God and the divine. The ignorant atheists completely scoffs ideals of a higher power, or the potential of spiritual practice. In my own opinion, Buddhists and taoists are not atheists. They are just spiritually enlightened to their true spiritual reality.

Even modern day marxism is not obliged to atheism. Just ask the CCP. they have already announced freedom of religion and henceforth a belief in God. The old doctrines of socialism and communism evolve over time my friend, to serve the people and liberation....



posted on Nov, 16 2011 @ 07:38 PM
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I believe that we as humans posess powers that we can not even comprehend. Some of these include, telekinesis, and time travel. EVERYONE has these capabilities not just the "gifted ones". It takes concentration and belief but I believe anyone can make a wadded up piece of newspaper catch on fire, I would even go to say that you could put your hand through the newspaper without making a hole in it.



posted on Nov, 16 2011 @ 07:44 PM
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STORY IS WACK, ABLE TO STOP RIFLE BULLETS WITH HIS BARE HANDS??? NO MAN IN THE WORLD IS CAPABLE OF THAT AND ID LOVE TO SEE HIM TRY AGAINST A .357 MAG OR SHOTTIE OR ANY DAMN RIFLE FOR THAT MATTER. EVEN A .22 WOULD BLOW THROUGH HIM.,




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