Precognition and Clairvoyance

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    Dec 23, 2013 7:57 AM GMT
    RJ reaches a wide audience in many places in or out of the country, I am looking for others who may also have these abilities, I have known about my clairvoyance (and mediumship recently) ability for many years but have recently discovered I also have precognition. Details of the experience are far too long to explain here. Anyone know of any new experiments with this subject please let me know. If you are not comfortable talking about this subject in a public forum and you know you have these abilities, please email me

    Having flashes of the future without the whole picture is a bit freaky but I am learning to adapt and explore.


    I put this thread subject under science and not spirituality, since this topic has been studied

    precognition or second sight
    http://www.skepdic.com/precog.html

    Precognition is psychic knowledge of something in advance of its occurrence. The faculty of seeing into the future is called "second sight" if it is not induced by scrying, drugs, trance, or other artificial means.

    This quote from the article, it does not seem to work that way at least in my experience

    "Just find one person who can reliably pick the winner at the race track or the state lottery, or give us fair warning of the next terrorist attack, and all skeptics will bow at your feet"



    Study suggests precognition may be possible
    http://phys.org/news/2010-11-precognition.html

    Precognition and Deja vu, Recall
    http://precognitivedreams.tumblr.com/

    Time does not appear to be linear. Through out human history it has been documented that people have experienced future events and past events


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    scruffLA saidStudy suggests precognition may be possible
    http://phys.org/news/2010-11-precognition.html


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daryl_Bem
    "Feeling the Future" controversy

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    In 2012, the same journal that published Bem's original experiments, The Journal of Personality and Social Psy­chology (Vol. 103, No. 6), published “Correcting the Past: Failures to Replicate Psi” by Jeff Galek of Carnegie Mellon University, Robyn A. LeBoeuf of the University of Florida, Leif D. Nelson of the Uni­versity of California at Berkeley, and Joseph P. Simmons of the University of Pennsylvania. The paper reported seven experiments testing for precognition that "found no evidence supporting its existence.”
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    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidWhat a great topic. I have had experiences throughout my life that were precognitive.I've had experiences and visions where I had seen events prior to them happening. This happened through dreams and through meditated states but that's about it. The unfortunate thing is that I can't seem to ever control when they happen. They happen at random but when they do it is literally like a flash of the future. And what I see with my "third eye" in terms of colors, lighting, angles and emotions are all experienced exactly identical at some point in the near or far future.

    In my case, it seems to be related to somehow experiencing some type of danger. And its like I am being warned of eminent danger in order to better prepare myself. And then there are other times where whatever I see has no bearing whatsoever or importance.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Precognition


    yes, same experience except mine are not just about danger, during the precognition stage, I never get the 'whole picture', at least this is how it is working so far for me. Its literally like looking at a individual pictures as part of a bigger picture and or scene not yet known, when the event, place or future time does happen in real time, 'recall' happens, the individual pictures during precognition are recognized in the real time event, place and time, as "ive been here before"

    the precognitions are always me in some future, place, time, so far, it hasn't been without me. So predicting any future event, place, time, lottery...etc with strangers I cant see, it is possible, if in future time I were to win a lottery, I maybe able to see individual pictures of that pre event, like a store buying stuff but not recalling buying a lottery ticket until the day it happens


    I am starting a dream journal to capture any precog events, places or times and document the 'individual pictures'


    Best way to define this is a image mosaic, small pictures (tiles) make one big picture (the whole story)

    http://www.mazaika.com/mazaika.html
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photographic_mosaic
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    Dec 23, 2013 9:50 PM GMT
    I knew you were going to post this.
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    FitStriver saidI knew you were going to post this.



    icon_lol.gif, Dr OZ show is re running the chakras show, right now PDT time

    http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/quiz-are-your-chakras-blocked



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    MuchMoreThanMuscle said^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^

    Thanks for providing the the video on the chakras. I didn't know that Dr. Oz did a show on this. I like him just a bit more now.


    I was surprised also, not the medical communities first look at it, chakras big in astrology, third eye is the source of many secrets and is 'advertised' everywhere
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    Dec 25, 2013 3:02 PM GMT
    As a former mechanic, I suggest you put grade-higher octane gas in your car to avoid precognition...wait, what?


    Never mind.
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    MuchMoreThanMuscle said^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^

    Thanks for providing the the video on the chakras. I didn't know that Dr. Oz did a show on this. I like him just a bit more now.



    To my knowledge, the whole "chakra" thing is a belief....not science. Can you provide some scientific studies that prove it's validity?
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    Dec 26, 2013 1:52 AM GMT
    To my knowledge I've never been precog or psychic in any way. It would really be nice to see these phenomenons being scientifically proven to exist, which so far hasn't been done. Anything magic seems to dissipate as soon as you attempt a double-blind-test.


    What does XKCD have to say in the matter?

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    woodsmen saidWe know through modern physics that time is not linear but our lives are so short that we think it is. May be those of us that have precognition are more sensitive to the curvature timeline.



    I did read in one study, when you are asleep, im assuming during REM, there is no concept of time, dreams appear to be abstract like the many people who have documented here on RJ about flying, flying, falling or nightmares are a common dreams, precognition is not dreaming, its not abstract when you try to describe, like most dreams are, I once had a dream where a baby's head was detached from its body and was lying on my pillow, that could have been something in a horror flick, but that is not something that will happen in my future

    In my experience so far, precognition is viewing actual future events, places, times, not in abstract like lucid dreaming. Just as I described in the earlier post, I get 'still photos' of the future, tiles in the big picture that is unknown at the time of the precog, much like a photo mosaic, if you zoom in on one or two photos, that is all you see, but zoom out, and you see the main picture, that is the only way for me to describe this

    This was interesting, the Akashic Record, I am already familiar with dimensions and 'ascending master', these records, the hidden record of all perceptions in the eleventh dimension that is vibrating in the intersection between the tenth and twelfth dimensions

    I am sure I have access this record, it would be through the third eye and crown chakras


    akashic record

    The akashic record is an imagined spiritual realm, supposedly holding a record of all events, actions, thoughts and feelings that have ever occurred or will ever occur. Theosophists believe that the akasha is an "astral light" containing occult records which spiritual beings can perceive by their special "astral senses" and "astral bodies". Clairvoyance, spiritual insight, prophecy and many other untestable metaphysical and religious notions are made possible by tapping into the akasha.

    "The akashic record is like an immense photographic film"

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akashic_records

    We can trace this record and access to it to Egypt's Amun Ra
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ra

    Symbol for Amun Ra we are all familiar with, Gaga
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    It was interesting to find about the Akashic Records

    It is the name of a LA restaurant
    It is the name of the first vampire (Aaliyah, Queen Of The Damned)

    http://akasharestaurant.com/
    http://vampirechronicles.wikia.com/wiki/Akasha
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    woodsmen saidWe know through modern physics that time is not linear but our lives are so short that we think it is. May be those of us that have precognition are more sensitive to the curvature timeline.


    Curvature in the timeline means that a portion of the timeline in the past or the future may fold mathematically so that those of us who have precognition may perceive of it because the fold is closer to them. Also if you believe the bible there are many pieces of evidence about precognition and those are called prophets including Jesus.


    undoubtedly, math is involved, linear equations...etc, so would be the calendar, since its a document of time.
    Yes, It probably existed in biblical times, without understanding the concept, the early christians probably thought jesus was possessed by the devil or on the other hand, had 'super powers' in which many bible versions claim, I think this very reason why going back thousands of years, religion of all kinds, hid this truth from the masses, being a powerful 'gift' to see the future or as ancients called it, prophecy. Through this chakra training, learning, especially third eye and crown, most people have the ability to access the higher vibration but are continually told by society, that its all nonsense, those in power, want to keep it that way.
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    I don't think many people have a problem that Nostradamus had some sort of legitimate skill in this area.
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    StephenOABC saidI don't think many people have a problem that Nostradamus had some sort of legitimate skill in this area.


    probably, he was so good at it, he probably could get the whole picture all in one precognition event, interesting, he is a Sagittarius, Born 14 December or 21 December 1503, right at the galactic center

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nostradamus

    this is all new for me, its just beginning, kind of freaky
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    MuchMoreThanMuscle said^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^

    Thanks for providing the the video on the chakras. I didn't know that Dr. Oz did a show on this. I like him just a bit more now.



    To my knowledge, the whole "chakra" thing is a belief....not science. Can you provide some scientific studies that prove it's validity?


    No, Scruff. I cannot provide scientific journals or studies to validate my beliefs. There is no such thing as validating/supporting personal beliefs with science.

    Be that as it may, these belief systems regarding the chakras have been around for thousands of years, even thousands of years before the birth of Christ. So I would imagine if there were inconsistencies that someone along the line would have well-established this by now and these beliefs would not continue on for so long.

    Many things in this world existed long before science was invented to prove its validity. And just because there are no signs to validate an actual experience that is real for one person or a group of people does not mean it is unreal or false. It simply means that someone hasn't been able to apply science as we know it today to explain what we would otherwise categorize as a phenomenon or some un-provable belief.

    But, had you watched the second video on the chakras in this thread, you would have seen that the neurologist, a science based medical physician, believes in the use of mantras which are chants intonated aloud. She explained that when the tongue touches certain parts of the roof of the mouth that it stimulates certain neurological pathways within the body. This can either stimulate pathways while simultaneously shutting down others. And these pathways correlate beautifully with the chakras along the spinal pathway. So it is amazing that someone who is a physician can basically agree that these chants are able to create some neurological stimulus/change according to which chakra you're focusing on. Also the mudras which are hand and finger positioning also act in the same way (stimulating certain nerve pathways while decreasing flow to others). So here in this very thread you have a person in a science based medical profession agreeing that these two actions actually have some type of physical effect on the body.



    I watched the video. But many doctors engage in magical thinking too. Just because they're a doctor, it in no way makes them immune to delusional thinking. That being said, I'm not saying that anyone who believes in chakras is delusional, but I find it offensive when someone like Dr. Oz comes on his show and promotes this as if it's some kind of proven fact. It is not. I also have a problem with statements like "people have believed this for thousands of years, therefore it must be true." I just think "beliefs" should never be presented as facts, and that's exactly what Dr. Oz is doing here.
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    Dec 26, 2013 4:30 AM GMT
    http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2013/02/04/130204fa_fact_specter?currentPage=all
    ...Gorski, an associate professor of surgery at the Wayne State University School of Medicine, is the managing editor of the influential blog Science-Based Medicine. “Oz has a huge bully pulpit, with the entire Oprah empire behind him,” he said. “He can’t simply dispense with facts he doesn’t find convenient.” Scientists often argue that, if alternative medicine proves effective through experimental research, it should no longer be considered alternative; at that point, it becomes medicine. By freely mixing alternatives with proven therapies, Oz makes it nearly impossible for the viewer of his show to assess the impact of either; the process just diminishes the value of science.
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    Dec 26, 2013 4:42 AM GMT
    No free will?

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    theantijock saidhttp://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2013/02/04/130204fa_fact_specter?currentPage=all
    ...Gorski, an associate professor of surgery at the Wayne State University School of Medicine, is the managing editor of the influential blog Science-Based Medicine. “Oz has a huge bully pulpit, with the entire Oprah empire behind him,” he said. “He can’t simply dispense with facts he doesn’t find convenient.” Scientists often argue that, if alternative medicine proves effective through experimental research, it should no longer be considered alternative; at that point, it becomes medicine. By freely mixing alternatives with proven therapies, Oz makes it nearly impossible for the viewer of his show to assess the impact of either; the process just diminishes the value of science.


    I remember when Acupuncture was one of those alternates, but only in the last decade has it got serious coverage, now your health insurance plan covers it, Acupuncture is very old, I think Oprah did a show on that too, if not OZ.

    Acupuncture chart from the Ming Dynasty (c. 1368–1644)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acupuncture
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    theantijock saidNo free will?

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    That was a wonderful movie. But no. That's not what I'm doing. Though I do enjoy seeing others think.

    It's somewhat okay to make your own soup of things, to understand the world in your own language, but you're mixing things up and that can fuck ya up. So you need to be as careful as you can be. If you don't hold onto some skepticism you will lose yourself in this shit, rendering it worthless.

    "The more convinced you are that a certain point of view is right, the more determined you should be to find proofs that it is wrong" ~~ Aleister Crowley

    For instance, in your trying to relate the akashic records to some notion of precog, well, the so-called records are about all what's been and thought and felt, not about what yet hasn't. Even given recognition of the power of patterns, a record is not a denial of the practical application of free will going forward. So you've got an unresolved conflict there weirding out a theory.

    Also I think you've got quite the misunderstanding of lucid dreaming which you seem to describe as some sort of abstraction.

    Here's what a few have said about the experience...

    "When we dream that we dream we are beginning to wake up" ~~Novalis

    "Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake" ~~ Henry David Thoreau

    Never mind that conscious dreaming is how to experience directly experiencing the accessing of records. (no, I did not misword that.)

    It's still somewhat rare, certainly in occurring with regularity and most certainly with much control, and even at that, probably most who enjoy the access to dreaming don't know what the fuck they're doing because distraction comes so easily. So there might not be a whole lot of understanding conveyed in reporting experiences. From some of the lucid dreaming threads I've observed elsewhere, most seem to just be enjoying it like a cyber game or they use it to explore sexuality etc. They are not practicing dream yoga which is a very different application of the tasks. That might be part of that misunderstanding I mentioned.

    So in making that soup, your ingredients need to work with each other. You can't isolate an item out. If it doesn't work, forcing it won't make it correct. And that's where skepticism comes into play, finding proofs to prove yourself wrong. The alternative is delusion.

    Another instance of bad taste might be the chakra crap, and I say that being quite experienced in the practice of cycling kundalini myself, both in my dreaming and with my bod awake and not the bullshit sexual crap people get into, rather the type with all the lights and oneness crap, the truly weird one.

    To clarify that a little bit better in this short of space I'll just say that the veins are not the blood. I would liken any sort of so called chakra system to an umbilical cord. Once it serves its purpose it's gone. It's a belly button. So while it's fun to contemplate your navel, or better yet, the other guy's, and understanding that entire system can be quite useful, it's not what many make it out to be.

    Will they ever find a chakra? Is anyone seriously looking? But there is some objective exploration into kundalini and here's a quick reference to some of that.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kundalini_syndrome

    Also, there's a mind program that the Dalai Lama is involved in, hold on let me google, I keep forgetting what it's called.......got it...these guys....

    http://www.mindandlife.org/

    Those are the PhD's studying this crap. If you've an interest, look at it from that viewpoint. Not all this purple ascension horseshit that you'll find all over the internet. If you want to fill your brain with information, get the good stuff. Don't fill it with nonsense.

    There are serious guys looking into this sort of thing. See what they have to say. Don't buy into all the bullshit. One path will lead toward understanding. The other merely to being institutionalized.

    Enjoy yourselves and Merry Christmas.
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    That was a wonderful movie. But no. That's not what I'm doing. Though I do enjoy seeing others think.

    It's somewhat okay to make your own soup of things, to understand the world in your own language, but you're mixing things up and that can fuck ya up. So you need to be as careful as you can be. If you don't hold onto some skepticism you will lose yourself in this shit, rendering it worthless.

    "The more convinced you are that a certain point of view is right, the more determined you should be to find proofs that it is wrong" ~~ Aleister Crowley

    For instance, in your trying to relate the akashic records to some notion of precog, well, the so-called records are about all what's been and thought and felt, not about what yet hasn't. Even given recognition of the power of patterns, a record is not a denial of the practical application of free will going forward. So you've got an unresolved conflict there weirding out a theory.

    Also I think you've got quite the misunderstanding of lucid dreaming which you seem to describe as some sort of abstraction.

    Here's what a few have said about the experience...

    "When we dream that we dream we are beginning to wake up" ~~Novalis

    "Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake" ~~ Henry David Thoreau

    Never mind that conscious dreaming is how to experience directly experiencing the accessing of records. (no, I did not misword that.)

    It's still somewhat rare, certainly in occurring with regularity and most certainly with much control, and even at that, probably most who enjoy the access to dreaming don't know what the fuck they're doing because distraction comes so easily. So there might not be a whole lot of understanding conveyed in reporting experiences. From some of the lucid dreaming threads I've observed elsewhere, most seem to just be enjoying it like a cyber game or they use it to explore sexuality etc. They are not practicing dream yoga which is a very different application of the tasks. That might be part of that misunderstanding I mentioned.

    So in making that soup, your ingredients need to work with each other. You can't isolate an item out. If it doesn't work, forcing it won't make it correct. And that's where skepticism comes into play, finding proofs to prove yourself wrong. The alternative is delusion.

    Another instance of bad taste might be the chakra crap, and I say that being quite experienced in the practice of cycling kundalini myself, both in my dreaming and with my bod awake and not the bullshit sexual crap people get into, rather the type with all the lights and oneness crap, the truly weird one.

    To clarify that a little bit better in this short of space I'll just say that the veins are not the blood. I would liken any sort of so called chakra system to an umbilical cord. Once it serves its purpose it's gone. It's a belly button. So while it's fun to contemplate your navel, or better yet, the other guy's, and understanding that entire system can be quite useful, it's not what many make it out to be.

    Will they ever find a chakra? Is anyone seriously looking? But there is some objective exploration into kundalini and here's a quick reference to some of that.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kundalini_syndrome

    Also, there's a mind program that the Dalai Lama is involved in, hold on let me google, I keep forgetting what it's called.......got it...these guys....

    http://www.mindandlife.org/

    Those are the PhD's studying this crap. If you've an interest, look at it from that viewpoint. Not all this purple ascension horseshit that you'll find all over the internet. If you want to fill your brain with information, get the good stuff. Don't fill it with nonsense.

    There are serious guys looking into this sort of thing. See what they have to say. Don't buy into all the bullshit. One path will lead toward understanding. The other merely to being institutionalized.

    Enjoy yourselves and Merry Christmas.



    Its funny you quote Aleister Crowley, I am aware but I don't like to talk about him, I am working on a higher vibrational plane


    you can quote science all you want, institutions will forever debate, evolution/creation, heaven/hell, good/evil, depends on what side of the fence you fall on. What I have experienced is real, some of my astrologer guides have PhD's, in physics. What has happened to me this last year takes much explanation in the details, too long to write them here. What I do know, is that the third eye chakra (pineal gland Dr OZ forgot to mention) is the gateway, some of us are born with this (natal), it runs in my family and my natal chart says so, what I am, is awakened and aware of it now. At this point, I don't need science or religion to tell me about the good vs evil in the world. This power exists for both sides, the good use it for good and the evil use it for evil, plain and simple.


    Since 'the door' is open, I do have protection

    To counteract the effects of the devils advocate, my spirit guide is Arch Angel Michael, whom I am able to communicate with, on a regular basis during meditation. Doesn't matter to me if you don't believe a word I have said in this thread, you obviously have not had the any real experience. I am not here to convince you, others may have the 'gift' as well and don't know it yet, I am sharing my story because it has changed my life, it is a life altering reality for me. Where I go from here with it im still debating

    "If you don't hold onto some skepticism you will lose yourself in this shit"

    Yes, I understand, the events of this last year though, I cannot ignore, it is now and always has been a part of me, much like my sexual orientation and being caucasian


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    bradomo saidI am a designer/artist type person and have a great ability to foretell things to happen or what has happened. I find it one of the most under-explained, under-published subjects out there.
    I had a dream once that cemented my understanding of my abilities. I woke up after seeing my father falling backwards down the stairs onto a cement parking area. I called my Dad the next day and he was OK. But it was actually a friend of mine (best friend) that was carrying a table saw with a worker and he fell backward and hospitalized. His accident happened the next day after my dream. I just didn't realize it would be him. Usually my experiences happen in my alpha state of dreaming. I've connected to a spirit once that way.
    I understand that lottery numbers or winning money is forbidden from clairvoyance by people above us.


    The people in power and 'in the know' have kept this hidden for many many thousands of years, but the same people have been sending us messages right in front of our faces, there is much more to the chakras then what was explained by Dr OZ and the neurologist, I can go into trance very fast when I meditate

    lottery? forbidden really? I guess that would make sense since the precognition always has the person having it, in the picture, I have played lottery before but never have I pre seen any numbers during precog, it would be more like the precog shows me going into a store, or parking somewhere and that is all the info I would get


    There are many on line chakra tests
    http://www.eclecticenergies.com/chakras/chakratest.php

    free will.........

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    Dec 26, 2013 8:31 AM GMT
    scruffLA said...I am working on a higher vibrational plane

    ...the third eye chakra (pineal gland Dr OZ forgot to mention) is the gateway, some of us are born with this (natal), it runs in my family and my natal chart says so,

    ...I do have protection...

    ... my spirit guide is Arch Angel Michael, whom I am able to communicate with,

    ...you obviously have not had the any real experience.

    ...I ... have the 'gift'


    I thought I saw some illness in you a few months back and then you seemed to find your way back to some lucidity but clearly you're demonstrating that you've lost it.

    You're suffering at least delusions of grandeur and who knows what else. Probably some measure of psychosis there. I don't say this in mean spirit. I seriously hope that you are working with a profession counselor. If not, you should seek one or you could wind up institutionalized.

    That's one of the problems with working with this stuff. It's all pretty close to the edge and I'm afraid you've gone over. Best of luck to you, man.
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    scruffLA said...I am working on a higher vibrational plane

    ...the third eye chakra (pineal gland Dr OZ forgot to mention) is the gateway, some of us are born with this (natal), it runs in my family and my natal chart says so,

    ...I do have protection...

    ... my spirit guide is Arch Angel Michael, whom I am able to communicate with,

    ...you obviously have not had the any real experience.

    ...I ... have the 'gift'


    I thought I saw some illness in you a few months back and then you seemed to find your way back to some lucidity but clearly you're demonstrating that you've lost it.

    You're suffering at least delusions of grandeur and who knows what else. Probably some measure of psychosis there. I don't say this in mean spirit. I seriously hope that you are working with a profession counselor. If not, you should seek one or you could wind up institutionalized.

    That's one of the problems with working with this stuff. It's all pretty close to the edge and I'm afraid you've gone over. Best of luck to you, man.



    Your the one who quoted Aleister Crowley?, as ive seen your other posts, you are republican, capitalist, conservative, probably believe in creation and did all the consumerism christmas stuff like your peers, that is alright, I am not slamming your for that, I would appreciate the same in return

    I understand, everything on this thread goes against your beliefs, Im not judging icon_rolleyes.gif
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    http://nexusilluminati.blogspot.com.au/2010/11/is-precognition-real.html

    Is Precognition Real? Cornell University Lab Releases Powerful New Evidence that the Human Mind can Perceive the Future ~
    According to today’s conventional scientific wisdom, time flows strictly forward — from the past to the future through the present. We can remember the past, and we can predict the future based on the past (albeit imperfectly) — but we can’t perceive the future.
    But if the recent data from the lab of Prof. Daryl Bem at Cornell University is correct, conventional scientific wisdom may need some corrections on this particular point.
    In a research paper titled Feeling the Future, recently accepted for publication in the prestigious Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Bem presents some rather compelling empirical evidence
    that in some cases — and with weak but highly statistically significant accuracy – many human beings can directly perceive the future. Not just predict it based on the past.
    A pre-publication copy of Bem’s paper is available on his website, and it should appear on the
    journal’s website shortly. The article is already attracting considerable attention, including a piece in Psychology Today. Also, Bem reports that he has already received hundreds of requests for “replication packages” — documentation and software allowing others to repeat the experiments he did. If you want to try to replicate the work yourself, replication packages for some of the experiments are already available at http://dbem.ws/psistuff .
    If Bem’s results are indeed replicated, this will shock some scientists, but many others will say “I told you so.” A 2002 survey by the US National Science Foundation shows that 60% of adult Americans agree that some individuals possess psychic powers. The percentage of scientists holding such opinions is much lower — but there is a small community of scientists, such as Dr. Bem, working to reconcile popular intuitions about paranormal phenomena with the scientific method and world-view.

    What we’re talking about here is precognition (consciously perceiving the future) and premonition (unconsciously sensing the future) — aspects of the general class of phenomena Bem calls “psi,” and others have called “paranormal” or “psychic.” US government contractors SAIC used the phrase “anomalous cognition and perturbation,” in the context of their top secret work for the government investigating related effects.
    I grew up very skeptical of claims of psychic power, jaded by stupid newspaper astrology columns and phony fortune-tellers claiming to read my future in their crystal balls for $20. Clearly there are many frauds and self-deluded people out there, falsely claiming to perceive the future and carry out other paranormal feats. But this is no reason to ignore solid laboratory evidence pointing toward the conclusion that, in some cases, precognition really does exist.
    As Bem puts it in the abstract of his paper, a little more formally:
    The term psi denotes anomalous processes of information or energy transfer that are currently unexplained in terms of known physical or biological mechanisms. Two variants of psi are precognition (conscious cognitive awareness) and premonition (affective apprehension) of a future event that could not otherwise be anticipated through any known inferential process. Precognition and premonition are themselves special cases of a more general phenomenon: the anomalous retroactive influence of some future event on an individual’s current responses, whether those responses are conscious or nonconscious, cognitive or affective.
    His new paper explores precognition and premonition empirically, via reporting the results of 9 experiments, involving more than 1,000 Cornell University students.
    Bem’s recent experiments share a common methodology. Start with a well-established psychological effect involving certain stimuli leading to certain human responses. Then, modify the standard experimental set-up so that the human subject’s responses are obtained before the “stimulus” events occur. The question is whether the experiments still work this way. Can the Cornell students, sometimes, directly feel the future?
    The short answer is: yes

    From Psi Skeptic to Psi Enthusiast...