Telepathy Has Been 'Scientifically Proven' to be Real... Again

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posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 11:29 PM
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I don't need scientists proving that sort of thing to know that it is 100% real. I have used telepathy with a friend myself. There is a lot to learn about the brain and the energy each individual gives off. You may take some psychedelic mushrooms to learn that




posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 11:34 PM
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i do not think this is a specific or spiritual "power" i knew as a child that "Telepathy" is real i feel it's within all of us normally just like any other "sense" we have but for some reason it's suppressed.

personally i can not control or utilize this feature myself but every once in a while i will be in a situation that something happens that will make me think it was some sort of "Telepathy" as i'm sure everyone else has themselves maybe attributed to dejavu or whatever..

my first realization was as a child having a dog.. when i would be eating at the table or just in general my dog would beg for a tasty morsel to fall to the floor or for me to share and here's where it started for me.. without any sort of gesture my dog somehow knew when i was going to give her something because she'd be right at my feet waiting patiently but if i was starved and no chance of her getting anything she'd show no interest no matter what i was eating, she just knew she was out of luck so she wouldn't bother and it's been like that for every dog i've had since haha i just wish it was more prominent with humans haha

reaching zen, achieving total consciousness, whatever you want to call it.. if we could utilize the full potential of our minds.. could you imagine what the world would be like?

sometimes you simply just know and in my opinion there's no such thing as coincidence.

now.. "physic ability" is another story i do not believe in this and if it is real, a real physic would never proclaim to have this sense for obvious reasons but if you happen to know someone who seems to win the lotto every week and maybe filthy rich from gambling of any type then maybe just maybe he/she has the "gift"



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 11:52 PM
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It absolutely is real. Its a form of synchronicity, at least in my book. I experience it on a daily basis.



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 11:53 PM
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totally agree with you on everything
i believe telepathy is a natural thing that occurs in humans and in animals, maybe even in plants.
Sometimes we do not notice that we are using telepathy communicating with other people because it is so natural. To do it on purpose is difficult and I have not figured much of it out. A theory is that maybe our pineal gland produces this sort of instinct and flouride has calcified it; and ignorant brainwashed people in general ignore it.



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 11:58 PM
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Originally posted by QMask
reply to post by BlueMule
 


I so want this to be true.

But I have been disappointed so many times in the past.

If humans can do telepathy, then why is it SO DIFFICULT for the average person?

I would LOVE to have the ability to use telepathy on a reliable basis, every day.
But will that ever be possible, ...for an average person like myself?


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One has to ask these questions.


The answer is yes, but it may not be exactly as you might envision it.

For me its like everyone knows what im thinking, but has no idea theyre commenting on my thoughts because they say these things as a part of their "normal" conversations, or Sometimes its just an entirely spontaneous blurting of words on their part. Either way, its a form of telepathy alright.



posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 12:05 AM
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Originally posted by Wertdagf
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Telepathy as far as fantasy writers are involved, is not real. There are many ways to know what people are thinking.

If youve ever watched tv shows with characters like dr house or sherlock holmes, that is as far as precognition goes. Its all advanced logic which leads to predictive models that replicate reality.

It really is that easy.

But let me say that if you chasing your tail looking for magic keeps you alive long enough for me to create a world you should have hope in... have fun.




How well do you understand photons, electromagnetism and resonance, along with quantum physics? Enough to know that you dont know, but write so candidly about how its a pipedream of hope?

Heh.



posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 12:30 AM
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Originally posted by stormy46237

Originally posted by Soulece

We live in a dumbed down society. Our brains at birth are more in tune with these abilities being pure minded but as we get older and enter modern society, our abilities dwindle. I am a psy. I have been testing it the past few years and trying to unlock it more. I was told I had 4th dimension when I was a kid so I guess that has something to do with it. All it takes is practice. You aren't always going to get it but you can flex it like a muscle. I've weirded many people out in the past few years with it. Most notable the past few weeks.


Of course society may not be the only cause but it's my own theory.
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Thank you for saving me the typing. i was getting ready to say the same thing and then I came to your post.

Twins nearly always have the connection, as do close family members under certain circumstances. I firmly believe we are born with abilities that are driven out of us pretty much from the day we are born. I have a connection with one of my children that is so strong, it's frightening.

I believe it runs in families, possibly because those of us who experience and recognize it, try our best not to hinder the development in the next of our generation.

The sad thing I've found is that many people I know who are have this natural ability are burdened by it to the extent that they fear being labeled as *insert derogatory term for different* and they turn inward. I know far too many incredibly intelligent people who experience this awesome gift . They drink or use other methods to "turn it off" in effort to not deal with it happening or with trying to get someone to understand.


stormy you're absolutely correct, it is a burden, when all your life is trapped within it, and you cannot have a life of your own, you can never discuss it, in most instances it has no use, because you hear everyone and its just chaos, and there's no one you can identify with,you are forever alone.

I had to learn to disengage and not use it on perspective mates, because its best to let the future be a surprise, and it cuts down on judgement.
the only plus side is its saved my life over and over again, without it i would surely be dead



posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 12:31 AM
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Last I recall, all of the MK-ULTRA files were reportedly destroyed by order of the director of the CIA in 1973 by Richard Helms. We all know what happened in those files though. Before people start to dismiss something as false, please look at what facts exist to support both sides. Remember, whatever theory has more evidence is more likely to be the more exceptable theory. Unfortunately when someone looks at so called "paranormal phenomena" they immediately dismiss it. That's ignorance and that's what stops people from pursuing their dreams to improve the survival of the human race. Take Charles Darwin for example. He has the evidence but nobody believed him for some time because everyone simply did not want to believe. Anyway, those files were destroyed for a reason. Whatever reason it was destroyed for is still a mystery. Maybe they found something? Or maybe they just wanted to preserve their public image? Whatever happened we may never know.



posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 01:19 AM
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Don't listen to the debunkers. They don't know squat. They are just regurgitating dogma.


If you're not willing to listen to other points of view or discuss this, how can it ever be taken serious?



posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 03:54 AM
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Originally posted by ziplock9000

Don't listen to the debunkers. They don't know squat. They are just regurgitating dogma.


If you're not willing to listen to other points of view or discuss this, how can it ever be taken serious?
Because for all their huff and puff about being enlightened and free thinking individuals, OP and his/her ilk feel threatened by opposing opinions (hence this circlejerk of a thread).

OP is looking for nothing more than high fives and pat on the backs. Those who shout the loudest about being "enlightened" and "open minded" all to often are the most closed minded hypocrites of the lot. Its all quite sad watching it play out.
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posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 08:14 AM
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Originally posted by Wertdagf
reply to post by BlueMule
 


If youve ever watched tv shows with characters like dr house or sherlock holmes, that is as far as precognition goes. Its all advanced logic which leads to predictive models that replicate reality.

It really is that easy.

But let me say that if you chasing your tail looking for magic keeps you alive long enough for me to create a world you should have hope in... have fun.


Thank you for your expertise on the subject. I was almost excited that scientists might have discovered facts to support the extraordinary concept of telepathy, but alas; my excitement was unwarranted given your thorough investigation into the matter.

Thank God ATS has such an abundance of authorities on all issues of supernatural phenomena, or I might have been led to believe that certain possibilities might exist outside of my current preconceptions of what is possible.

Phew!
relax ladies and gents, the myth of telepathy has been a Hollywood scam all along after all!



Lol. Whatever. Time will reveal all mysteries right? & I don't mind waiting. It's not like I have anything better to do..



posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 08:26 AM
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Don't listen to the debunkers. They don't know squat. They are just regurgitating dogma.


I will admit that I tried to read the article you linked to but must admit I don't seem to understand. Since you whole-heartedly embrace its conclusions, perhaps you would be so kind as to explain in your own words what these researchers did and why they came to their conclusions?
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posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 08:32 AM
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When it comes to all things meta I am usually a skeptic, but telepathy is based on not just the brain, but the energy used to formulate thought in the brain. The words I'm writing now are made by energy, and when I hit 'reply' it will go through the air to a satellite, and through the air again until it reaches a receiver somewhere. There is no reason why this couldn't happen with brain energy as long as the conditions are right. I have no clue what those conditions would be, but I can't say that telepathy is impossible.



posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 09:52 AM
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Originally posted by TheAnarchist

Originally posted by Wertdagf
reply to post by BlueMule
 


If youve ever watched tv shows with characters like dr house or sherlock holmes, that is as far as precognition goes. Its all advanced logic which leads to predictive models that replicate reality.

It really is that easy.

But let me say that if you chasing your tail looking for magic keeps you alive long enough for me to create a world you should have hope in... have fun.


Thank you for your expertise on the subject. I was almost excited that scientists might have discovered facts to support the extraordinary concept of telepathy, but alas; my excitement was unwarranted given your thorough investigation into the matter.

Thank God ATS has such an abundance of authorities on all issues of supernatural phenomena, or I might have been led to believe that certain possibilities might exist outside of my current preconceptions of what is possible.

Phew!
relax ladies and gents, the myth of telepathy has been a Hollywood scam all along after all!



Lol. Whatever. Time will reveal all mysteries right? & I don't mind waiting. It's not like I have anything better to do..



Actually the psychic phenomenon goes far beyond what you can do with advance logic, and if you think that's what psy is then you haven't done your research mr. Some of the experiments they're conducting entails 2 people in seperate rooms, one would look at a random image and intentionally send the image to the receiver and the receiver would write/draw what he's receiving and the results are astonishing, this is something Dr. House will never be able to accomplish. Rupert Sheldrake has several experiments even for the public to try at home.

It's a known scientific fact that our brains emit a weak signal at 7hz, when you logically think about this it makes sense for our brains not only to emit but also to receive the magnetic signal.

People need to leave their false notions on what psy really is and make it a daily practice to rejuvenate this lost sense because our futures depends on it...
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posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 10:24 AM
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Originally posted by samaka

People need to leave their false notions on what psy really is and make it a daily practice to rejuvenate this lost sense because our futures depends on it...


Yes... and people need to do some homework before they barge in with phasers set on debunk.

"It's all just superstitious nonsense"

Phrases like that just don't cut it, debunkers.

But phrases like that are all debunkers really have. THEY HAVE NO EVIDENCE to support their scientism dogma. All they have is rhetoric. Well that and bullying tactics.

When you've listened to debunker rhetoric for years, as I have, you realize that they aren't bringing anything new to the party. So what's the use? If a debunker thinks he has something new to bring to the party, something that hasn't already been brought up by better critics than he, then he probably hasn't done enough homework to realize that he probably doesn't.

I don't bother with debunkers who don't bother doing homework. That's 99% of them.

Whereas parapsychology is always advancing. Always seeking.

"Sociologists Harry Collins and Trevor Pinch made a study of the way in which parapsychology has been treated by its critics in the mainstream scientific journals. They found straight-forward statements of prejudice; pseudo-philosophic arguments to the effect that parapsychology ought to be rejected simply because it conflicts with accepted knowledge; accusations of fraud without evidence to support them; attempts to discredit scientific parapsychology by association with cult and fringe activities; and emotional dismissals based only on grounds that the consequences of its acceptance would be too horrible to contemplate; and they concluded that ordinary standards and procedures of scientific debate were being seriously violated."

Cited by biologist Lyall Watson in his book, Supernature.

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posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 10:30 AM
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Originally posted by samaka
It's a known scientific fact that our brains emit a weak signal at 7hz, when you logically think about this it makes sense for our brains not only to emit but also to receive the magnetic signal.

Baseless speculation never "logically makes sense". My cup of coffee emits thermal radiation, that doesn't mean it's logical that my coffee has psychic powers.



posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 10:34 AM
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Originally posted by BlueMule

Phrases like that just don't cut it, debunkers.

How about you directly address the "debunkers" instead of waving your hand and saying "You're wrong because I'm right"?


But phrases like that are all debunkers really have. THEY HAVE NO EVIDENCE to support their scientism dogma. All they have is rhetoric. Well that and bullying tactics.

Ironic, because it's actually you who has no evidence and it is you who has retorted with nothing but rhetoric and bullying tactics. You've never retorted directly, of course, instead of engaging opposing viewpoints you have done nothing but throw insults and completely ignore criticism. That makes you a closed minded hypocrite.



posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 10:46 AM
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Does your cup of coffee thermal radiation contain any information within it's frequency to send detail imagery to a receiver? If not then why would you compare a cup of coffee too a human brain? Does this make sense to you?

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posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 10:55 AM
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Originally posted by samaka
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Why would compare a cup of coffee too a human brain? Does this make sense to you?

You missed my point. You speculation that "emitter = receiver" is baseless. There is no more reason to expect the human brain to receive because it emits (and thus more speculation that this equates to psychic powers) than my cup of coffee.



posted on Jan, 5 2013 @ 11:03 AM
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Originally posted by john_bmth

Originally posted by samaka
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Why would compare a cup of coffee too a human brain? Does this make sense to you?

You missed my point. You speculation that "emitter = receiver" is baseless. There is no more reason to expect the human brain to receive because it emits (and thus more speculation that this equates to psychic powers) than my cup of coffee.


This is about sending detail imagery, emotions, thoughts through some type of field, it makes senses that if our brains/bodies are capable of sending such information that we're also capable of receiving. There isn't any evidence for thermal radiation from a cup of coffee contains any said data... I didn't think I had to specify this because this what the thread is all about.
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