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Author:  sue [ Mon Jul 02, 2007 11:48 pm ]
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thought Id copy n paste this..............see what you think..................



Modern Science Fiction and Fantasy genres abound with tales of mind-readers,telekinetics and other fascinating mental powers and phenomena. Horror overflows with poltergeists and deranged people with mind-warping abilities. In fact, it has become a common thread of thought to view poltergeists, Extrasensory perception (ESP), psycho-telekinesis (PK) and other fascinating psychical occurances as little more than fanciful thinking and literary devices. Nothing, as evidence proves, could be further from the truth.


Psychic abilities and sensitivities to unseen influences are hardly new ideas. Ancient man trusted, implicitly, in the unseen powers of his world. Influenced by the magnetic centres of the earth, early man built shrines to powers and Gods who seemed at once earthly and unattainable. Inspired by the expansiveness and inherent order of the cosmos, he created tales of both bountiful and malovent deities and spirits. Early man did not question his feelings and impulses. He simply accepted them as they were. The inborn psychic abilities that led him to magnetic power points where neither questioned nor examined. They simply were.



By the beginning of the Dark Ages, humanity had progressed to questioning and denial of psychic ability. While condemning the impulses early man had accepted, and naming those who clung to that innate ability as influenced by the Devil, Medieval man willingly embraced a more complex, if tartlingly similar, line of thought. Medieval peoples generally accepted the performance of

Author:  Andrea [ Tue Jul 03, 2007 12:09 am ]
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This subject is interesting but i dont conbine ESP and Paranormal together i look at is as been totally different. I have quite a few bits on this ill dig it out and put it on here for you all to read as well.

Author:  sue [ Thu Jul 05, 2007 3:38 pm ]
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look foward to reading them andrea :wink:

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