Three out of four Americans claim they have had a psychic experience, these days you can even find psychics at your nearest mall, but are psychic phenomenon what they appear to be? In this film James “The Amazing” Randi sets about debunking various psychics in an effort to explain to us how our senses are fooled by these people.
Vice explores what happened when the next step in human evolution — the Indigo Children — became adults. Though many of these children have been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD by health care professionals, Indigo parents maintain that their children do not have these conditions, but are instead running on a different astral plane unbeknownst to regular people. Critics maintain that these children are not receiving proper mental health care.
Qigong is the practice of cultivating the energy, and Japanese chi master, Kanzawa Sensei is known for his ability to control animals with the power of his mind and chi, a rare and extraordinary example of the powers of Qigong.
By standing near animals, concentrating his mind, and manipulating chi with his hands, he has demonstrated that he can calm, entrance, and even put to sleep many animals, including buffalo, elephants, even ostriches.
As he explains it, he exchanges energy with the animals, and then they go to sleep. As simple as that.
Five-year-old prodigy Ramses Sanguino has astonished his mother by displaying signs of being telepathic. According to Nyx Sanguino, 32, Ramses is able to recite random numbers written in secret – and is now the focus of a scientific study on the subject.
Dr. Stanley Krippner explains his research executed at the Maimonides Dream Research lab in Brooklyn, NY in the 1960s. The lab set out to prove that in altered states of consciousness, phenomena such as telepathy, pre-cognition, out of body experiences and clairvoyance were scientific possibilities.
For decades now, movies and television shows have portrayed psychics who can reliably solve crimes and figure out the unsolvable. And not having any psychic powers himself, Joe is a skeptic. Somehow they’re all like that woman who helped Pee-Wee Herman find his bicycle. In the basement of the Alamo. Frauds, cheats, mountebanks and the like. And so, Joe heads off to find some answers.
Zhou Ting-Jue is an internationally renown Qigong, Tai Chi and Kung Fu grand master who has shocked the world with his abilities to generate extreme heat from his hands and stand on thin sheets of paper without falling through.
Master Zhou, also known as “The Jewel of China”, has been featured on a number of television programs such as Ripley’s Believe It or Not, That’s Incredible and Stan Lee’s Superhumans, and his amazing abilities have been studied and verified by various scientists for decades.
Russell Targ describes his jaw-dropping psychic missions for the CIA and the origins of extrasensory remote viewing, which he claims is “a natural psychic ability we all have…it was described originally by the Buddhists two thousands years ago, but modern physics has finally caught on.”
Astral Projection is a process through which you can leave your physical body and travel anywhere you want to. Watch this video to get a better understanding of the entire process. If you’d like to learn more the Astral Projection Training Course comes with 18 high quality audios plus an advanced module and a lucid dreaming module.
Learning how to lucid dream—that is, to be aware during your dreams that you are, indeed, dreaming—will allow you to live out fantasies, stop nightmares, and even road test some solutions to real life problems.
Psychic twins Terry and Linda Jamison predicted the attacks on the World Trade Center in November of 1999, 22 months prior to the World Trade Center attacks. These twins take the psychic twin phenomena further than usual with their belief that they are actually one soul inhabiting two bodies.
This documentary focuses on experiments exploring what is known by researchers as psi phenomena. These are anomalous extended properties of consciousness that have been measured under experimental conditions by highly qualified scientists.
Could plants communicate with us, if we had the right way of listening? In this utterly bizarre excerpt from The Secret Life of Plants, the wife of a Japanese researcher gives her cacti a language lesson.