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.
Random Number Generators around the world that were taking part in the Global Consciousness Project (GCP) at Princeton, became less random as the moment approached for the first plane to hit the World Trade Center towers on the morning of September 11 2001. Is this a sign of interconnected consciousness among human beings ?
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.
Sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch are the tools most of us depend on to perceive the world. But some people say they also can perceive things that are outside the range of the conventional senses, through some other channel for which there is no anatomical or neurological explanation. Scientific researchers who study such abilities call them extrasensory perception (ESP), but lay people often refer to them as the sixth sense.
Is it possible that some people can read your mind or look into the future? Why is it that some people can cure themselves while in the last stages of a deadly cancer? Does mind over matter really exist, and if so, how do we explain this? People claim to see distant objects or places. Do they really see something? And where is the boundary between ‘real’ psychic powers and fraud?
Can these miracles of the mind be explained? These questions and more are explored and answered in this fascinating and quirky feature documentary “Something Unknown… is Doing We Dont Know What” by Dutch filmmaker Renée Scheltema.
Twenty-year-old Gary Mannion calls himself Britain’s youngest psychic surgeon, channeling a spirit from the dead to operate on the sick.
He is a rising star in the world of spiritual healing, traveling the world to bring his alleged ability to effect miracle cures to a devoted following.
In Young, Psychic and Possessed filmmaker Emeka Onono follows Gary as he tries to prove he really does have the power to heal.
It is a journey into the supernatural that will challenge both skeptics and true believers. Emeka hears stories of miracle cures, watches Gary operate, and even participates in seances, before turning to science to try to separate fact from fantasy.
The Stargate Project was the umbrella code name of one of several sub-projects established by the U.S. Federal Government to investigate claims of psychic phenomena with potential military and domestic applications, particularly “remote viewing“: the purported ability to psychically “see” events, sites, or information from a great distance.
This is an excellent, balanced report on the subject from Discovery Science.
Crazy Rulers of the World is the extraordinary, never before told story of what happened when chiefs of US intelligence, the army, and the government began believing in very strange things.
Three years in the making, Jon Ronson’s Crazy Rulers of the World explores the apparent madness at the heart of US military intelligence.
The programme uncovers the startling truth about this unit’s involvement with paranormal activities that defy all known accepted military practice, including mind reading, out of body experiences and ‘thought-death’ experiments carried out on goats at Fort Bragg.