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.
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.
Reverend Bob Larson claims to have exorcised more than 15,000 demons around the world in his career. Watch Anderson Cooper talk to his daughters, who have taken up their father’s trade.
17-year-old Tess first performed an exorcism on a friend who was possessed. She says that one of the tell-tale signs is eyes that dilate: ‘You can see evil.’ Brynne’s first exorcism was at age 13: ‘I got up on stage in front of 3,000 people and cast a demon out in Africa.’
An ABC News report about the latest scientific research which shows that dogs have a telepathic relationship with their owners.
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.
This episode of “Arthur C. Clarke’s World of Strange Powers” shows some great footage of experiments with Ted Serios, a man who claimed to be able to project images onto film using only his mind, a process he dubbed “Thoughtography.” Read more here…
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.
This is a 10-minute clip from an amazing documentary called “The Secret Life of Plants” which was made in 1973 and was based on Cleve Backster’s work which discovered that plants are telepathic and can recognize human beings! Bizarre…