Like a lost name on the tip of my tong...
Telekinesis Clairvoyance Remote Sensing Thought Scan
|You will inevitably be able to relate to many of these
cover the probable and the impossible, but they nevertheless happen to us, whether we want
them to or not. Many of you will say: " Yeah, that's happened to me too, big
deal!" Perhaps it is, because I take this whole aspect of my life too
seriously, that it happens quite often. For this very reason, I have been able to
"tune in" a bit more to the stuff its made of. More so than the average person.
But don't think of me as arrogant, I am an average humble
The media lives for this kind of stuff. They lay it out so
thick, you'd think the world a very odd place full of medieval remnants,
that defy all the odds. Yet the phenomena is not far fetched at all, if you
separate the superstition from the actual historical
quest for a sixth sense. In my
opinion, psychic phenomena produced by the living, are expressions from the right brain
hemisphere. Our modern industrialized societies have us operating from the left brain like
good, hard-working consumers should. Once you deviate from the norm, you inevitably
discover that our everyday world makes up less and less of the real world and more of the
unseen. So for now, turn on your right brain, an believe everything you hear, like a child
that listens intently to the magical stories at bed-time.
Imagine that you are watching a waiter gracefully balancing a tray full of food, dodging dinner guests all the way to the kitchen. This waiter just snubbed you, and has you waiting longer than any other customer. You focus on his feet, counting his steps and come up with an average rhythm. You hear the rhythm as drums in your head. You abruptly change the rhythm. You hear the waiter's tray crashing down as guests gasp in horror.
In this example, there clearly is cause and effect. Something or someone
is the cause, and the effect is that the waiter has fallen from grace. There are three
sides to every coin. Let's scrutinize each possibility. First, the waiter tripped on the
edge of a chair, lost his balance and fell. Second, the waiter was pushed and fell down.
Third, the waiter just fell for no apparent reason. The last two fall in line with the
possibility that I may have caused the scenario. But how?
So, there seem to be two types of telekinesis. The direct kind and the indirect kind. As I have given an example of (yes, you guessed it) the indirect kind, I will explain its mechanism first.
A posthypnotic suggestion given by an average hypnotist can prompt a
subject to trip every fifth step. First there is the hypnotic induction, then the
suggestion and finally the conscious prompt. When the subject is wide awake and no longer
under hypnosis, the verbal prompt will cause the subject to literally trip after every
fifth step he/she takes, while walking. When the subject is asked for a rational
explanation, none can be given. As the subject is operating in subconscious mode while
under hypnosis, the conscious mode is literally shut off. As the conscious mode was not on
to perceive the verbal prompt (or cue), no short or medium-term memory was created. The
subconscious which was operating alone, formed an immediate long-term memory, which can
only act when the prompt is perceived, without any intermittent filter by the conscious
brain. The conscious brain has no short or medium-term memory of the prompt, and therefore
cannot filter or block it. When the prompt is spoken by anyone, the body reacts
automatically from the primitive part of the brain (fight and flight). The beauty of this
whole experiment, is the proof that the subconscious mode is always on,
operating at a definite frequency (0.5Hz-8Hz Delta to Theta).
I'm thinking of Uri Geller and how he could alter the chemistry of a spoon
while rubbing it, causing it to bend without applying any physical force (telekinesis?).
While performing this feat, others who were observing provided an unintentional effect.
Without rubbing a silver spoon or fork, but merely observing either from the audience or
by television (action at a distance-Einstein/Rosenberg Effect), their cutlery would begin
to bend (telekinesis). How did this happen? Was it mere suggestion? The observer, in this
case the audience at home, became the extended medium for telekinesis to occur. The
observer, who fully believes the performed phenomenon
In my parents former house is a small restroom across from my old bedroom. I sat on the commode observing a small framed painting my mother had painted some ten years before. I considered what mental effort it would take to make it fall down. My mind then drifted to other more pressing thoughts, and I forgot about it. That night I went to sleep and found my self in a small picture gallery with a high ceiling, floating easily along the walls. I willed one framed painting away from the wall and let it float around, while I systematically did the same with the others. There was no awe or wonder, but rather the act performed as easily as doing it physically. I instantly considered the possibility of loosing control and accidentally dropping one. The lucid dream stopped. I awoke in the morning, and made my way to the restroom and discovered my mothers painting on the floor, the frame shattered as if it had been thrown down with considerable force.
The first clue to the possibility that I caused the painting to fall and
break, through the inadvertent use of telekinesis is the dream itself. I was obviously out
of the body in a vibratory state visualizing a self-made environment fitting for
works of art; namely an art gallery. The paintings were suspended high up (10-15 ft). The
thought of loosing control and possibly dropping them, abruptly ended the experience.
Conclusion: The lucid dream/o.b.e. was an overlay for a telekinetic experiment I was
performing, while asleep. My second body (astral body) managed to affect the frequency of
my physical surrounding. Of course I glued it all back together, and no one seemed to notice
the difference. My mother might have had a cow or two!
I have tried several times to move objects in the conscious state. I have been unable to do so, because I become ultra sensitive to my environment which is in constant interference. It only seems to work spontaneously, when for a split second I am focused on something for no apparent reason and the object or person is affected. It's not clear whether I am simply foreseeing an event, or using telekinesis. I have had countless bouts of spontaneous clairvoyance, so the probability that I am merely perceiving an event before it happens seems more likely. There is however one experience that clearly points to two prerequisites for producing a conscious telekinetic effect.
Where Are My Keys?
I placed my set of keys in the middle of our living room table. My father had built it out of oak wood back in the early 70's. It has an octagonal shape with a large bowl-like grill pan in the center. It looks medieval. There was no one home, so I was in a relaxed state of mind ready to begin my experiment. I had just completed a research paper on Uri Geller for my Anthropology class. Yes, the one where I thought I had successfully debunked him. Wondering whether it was possible nonetheless to affect objects at a distance, I decided to give it all the mental effort it took, even if got sick from exhaustion. I sat in the couch, and cleared my mind. I focused on the keys. After 30 minutes of nothing, I began getting quite frustrated and even angry. For the next 45 minutes, I flexed every muscle I had in my head, to the point that sweat was dripping from my head. I gave up, went to the kitchen and began washing the dishes. The doorbell rang, and I walked by the living room and immediately noticed that my keys were gone. It was my uncle and I let him in. Then began the feverish search for my keys. Following him was his best friend with a 3 year old girl. Everybody helped but they had literally disappeared. I have since looked again and again, until we finally moved out. Of course I didn't tell them what I was doing at the time. My ego would have suffered badly as would have the ego of any skeptic.
I know they disappeared. I since tried blocking the incident out of mind,
simply because it was too far from my sense of reality. I always felt that it was one of
the turning points of my life. I was not and still am not prepared to accept full
it. Perhaps I went too far. Since that day, however I have had the utmost respect for Uri
Geller and the related work done at the SRI Institute in California though I
am still an utmost skeptic. Prussian blood!