posted on Mar, 3 2014 @ 12:53 PM
reply to post by tanka418
Are you a telepath with experience enough to claim my findings are not correct
Your "language" example is so far off it is truly laughable...but...
Language in Telepathy: While Telepathy seems to not have a "language" it necessarily does. Telepathy is a method, a "mode" of communication. It
there requires not only language (a symbol set and grammar, syntax, etc.), but also requires protocols, and transfer media.
Also, because of it's very nature (mind to mind) it also requires experience. Some sort of actual training is useful, but, is difficult to find.
Telepathy requires that both parties "put themselves aside" for accurate communication (the sentient mind "colors" all material received).
Your notion of the Japanese speaker, and the requirement of a translator seem seriously "uneducated" in respect of Telepathy. If neither party to
the telepathy speaks a given language, then a translator will be required. And, actually this should have been answered accurately by the application
of rather simple logic.
Some of the other "points" you tried to make were/are in fact either moot, or just plain insipid (had absolutely no bearing).
Again, I have no affinity for Bashar; I think he is as "unreal' as you do...but, my reasoning is vastly different than yours. And, you probably
wouldn't accept my reasoning anyway
But, you have been quite unjust toward Bashar. And, regardless of his actual status, what you have done was inappropriate, and wrong.