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    Dr. Peter Venkman's Essay

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    Dr. Peter Venkman is interested in testing whether psychics who claim to have clairvoyant powers actually do. Dr. Venkman believes that real psychics have special clairvoyant powers that non-psychics do not possess. 1a). If the “psychic” can predict the identity of these “psychics” possess clairvoyant powers that non-psychic people do not possess.1b) Looking at the fact sheet provided by John A. Thomas shows an experiment known as the Rhine experiment when Joseph Banks Rhine made the ESP cards for this experiment to test Clairvoyance in people and in his book Extra-Sensory Perception, he stated he found evidence of ESP. His experiment is much similar to the one Dr. Venkman wants to do. However other Psychologist couldn’t get the same results…

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    Paranormal Progress

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    Clairvoyance could help prevent and end wars a whole lot faster. Clairvoyance would allow us to be able to find the guys that are hiding that need to captured. It could us find terrorists and other rogue agents that could do damage to the world. It would be like having the fly on the way that we always wished we had so that we can know what is going on. An example of someone with this ability would be Alexis Didier. Alexis Didier was a famous clairvoyant whose career as a clairvoyant was…

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    behavior by humans accepting differences in those who they might not have understood before they were able to be put into their shoes. What if the good in supernatural abilities could help us understand the world in a deeper, helpful way? Precognition is used to “see the future” and are sometimes “ used by investigative teams “ to search for missing persons/things. In order for this to successfully be helpful to humans, we could use this in detective agencies, law and order crimes.…

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    Let the Paranormal Be the New Color in Our Life The paranormal have become a hot topic among people, among the young and heated debates are right on their way. Those paranormal things such subjects as alternative medicine; conspiracy theories; ghosts, the undead, and the paranormal, UFO’s and alien abductions; urban legends; and psychic abilities. However, those paranormal are no any scientific merit to prove it is true, but it is the key to open human’s new sense, and let human to image it and…

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    trying to address more directly whether there was a difference between precognition and clairvoyance. Precognition, when speaking in terms of parapsychology, is reported skill allowing one to see, sense or feel future occurrences via an extrasensory comprehension. Clairvoyance is the ability to see things that are hidden. In addition, the authors were also trying to find whether the optimal conditions for the two types of ESP, extrasensory perception, appeared to differ. For this source, no…

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    They did an experiment in space, Astronaut Edgar D. Michell conducted the experiment with 4 people on earth. Michell thought of random numbers. He did 25 sets of words, he finished 200 sets. Michell thought they would only get 40 correct. The 4 people on earth got 51 correctly. They did better than what Michell thought. The definition of clairvoyance is the psychic ability or power to see objects and visions or to information regardless of its distance. The visions may also be in the…

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    Aura Research Papers

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    The human aura doesn’t work by itself, it has channels called nadis, which help transport energy through the energy field (Heart of Healing). The connection that it creates with objects and other humans is called clairvoyance which was referred to by Barbara Brennan and is stated to be part of the 5 human senses (Heart of Healing). What aura does is serve as a sort of measure to a human’s physical, mental and emotional state and a connection to other humans and our surroundings (Heart of Healing…

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    What is Parapsychology? It is a field of study concerned with the investigation of paranormal and psychic phenomena. Parapsychologists study telepathy, precognition, clairvoyance, psychokinesis, near-deathexperiences, reincarnation, apparitional experiences, and other supernatural and paranormal claims. (Wikipedia) Telepathy is defined as the ability to communicate thoughts or ideas through ways unknown to the world. Precognition allows you to know something is going to happen. Psychosis…

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    Lab Report Biology

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    Sabrina Wu 7/9/15 Biology Ability to Perceive Through Time Biology Summer Assignment Precognition is the gain of knowledge obtained through extrasensory means. The majority of precognitive experiences come from extrasensory perception (ESP), also known as the sixth sense. ESP uses methods such as card reading and dreams. It can also be experienced through trance, channeling, and mediumship. Trace and mediumship are forms of spirit communication. A person in trance condition is when a spirit…

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    Clairsentience Definition

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    Clairaudient- In clairaudience voices can be heard, internally, almost like at thought, or externally, like someone is speaking. A song may be heard playing that will be relevant to that person at the right time. It is said that clairaudience is most often experienced in dreams or in altered state of consciousness. Clairsentience- means clear sensing, the ability to feel the present tense and future physical and emotional states of others. A person may sense or feel someone they have an…

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