Neuroscience Researcher and Laurentian University professor, Dr. Michael Persinger, demonstrates telepathy under laboratory conditions.
Claims of telepathy, ESP and other psi phenomena are a mainstay of popular culture but taboo in neuroscience research circles. Fortunately, Dr. Michael Persinger of Canada’s Laurentian University has never been afraid to venture where other researchers fear to go. In the 1980′s Persinger made headlines with his “God Helmet”, a device that stimulates temporal lobes with a weak magnetic field in order to produce religious states.
Now, Persinger has discovered the same type of brain stimulation can create metal states conducive to human telepathy. “What we have found is that if you place two different people at a distance and put a circular magnetic field around both, and you make sure they are connected to the same computer so they get the same stimulation, then if you flash a light in one person’s eye the person in the other room receiving just the magnetic field will show changes in their brain as if they saw the flash of light. We think that’s tremendous because it may be the first macro demonstration of a quantum connection, or so-called quantum entanglement. If true, then there’s another way of potential communication that may have physical applications, for example, in space travel.”
Michael Persinger: 'No More Secrets' with Telepathy
Posted by Greg at 02:53, 17 May 2011
Dr Michael Persinger of Laurentian University quickly became the science darling of skeptics and atheists a decade ago with news of his 'God Helmet', which appeared to show that 'sensed presence' of supernatural entities (and/or 'God') may be simply due to magnetic disturbance of the brain. Since then however, Persinger has not made himself an overly attractive science reference for skeptics as he has been involved with, and claims to have achieved positive results in, experimental parapsychology.
Earlier this year, Persinger gave the following lecture, titled "No More Secrets". In it, he detailed his theories on the connection between magnetic fields and the brain, in particular how this relationship could facilitate telepathy and remote viewing. He notes particular experiments and individuals (Ingo Swann, Sean Harribance) that seem to give evidence supporting his theories, and makes some fairly extraordinary claims which I'm sure will lead to some debate.
Videos- Six Lectures on Neurotheology
by Todd Murphy, associate member of Laurentian University Behavioral Neurosciences program, under the direction of Dr. M.A. Persinger
Hosted by Vimeo
God and the Brain. (1 Hour and 47 minutes) (Oct 4th, 2008)
The brain's role in visions of God ~ Near-Death Experiences ~ Case histories of people who've seen God ~ The "God Helmet" ~ The 'sensed presence' ~ More
Reincarnation in Human Evolution (Darwinian Reincarnation) (1 Hour and 29 minutes) (Sept 4th, 2008)
How reincarnation appeared in our evolutionary history ~ the physical basis for rebirth ~ a new view of karma ~ More
Enlightenment, The Self, and the Brain, (1 hour and 29 minutes) (Sept. 11th, 2008).
What is the self? ~ How does enlightenment happen? ~ Why do some enlightened people teach and others remain silent? ~ More
Psychic Skills and Miracles. (1 Hour and 44 minutes) (Sept 18, 2008)
A new technology for psychic skills ~ How to (try) to do miracles ~ remote viewing and telepathy ~ More
Putting Neurotheology into practice. (1 Hour and 31 minutes) (Sept 25, 2008)
How to choose (or suggest) spiritual practices by looking at a person's individual neural history ~ Deja vu ~ Temporal lobe epilepsy ~ More
The Sacred Body - (1 Hour and 20 Minutes) (Oct 4th, 2008)
Kundalini & the Chakras ~ Subtle Bodies ~ Chi ~ Yoga
reply to post by WWu777
While Persinger’s experiments could prove groundbreaking, he remains doubtful about his controversial findings reaching his colleagues, “I think the critical thing about science is to be open-minded. It’s really important to realize that the true subject matter of science is the pursuit of the unknown. Sadly scientists have become extraordinarily group-oriented. Our most typical critics are not are mystic believer types. They are scientists who have a narrow vision of what the world is like.”
...he has documented telepathic experiments involving animals knowing in advance when their owners were coming home, and humans who were able to demonstrate consistent above chance that they could sense when they were being stared at.
The empathy required to digest this sort of brain functionality would force people to actually feel and experience the injustices they are responsible for.
Originally posted by Miccey
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What about Free Will....
That will be impossible.
My fantasies are mine alone.