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Does telepathy really exist or is it just a myth?


  1. There has been NO scientific evidence of any type of telepathy or other paranormal ability like future seeeing. There have been numerous studies even inclusive of the CIA investigating the abilities to use in their work, and not one study has ever shown any reliable occurences. Sorry, but it is a myth..
    One other thing to add. Since 1964 there has been a foundation opened by James Randi that has a reward for ANYONE that could prove the existence of, among other things, paranormal activity inclusive of telepathy. They “offer a one-million-dollar prize to anyone who can show, under proper observing conditions, evidence of any paranormal, supernatural, or occult power or event. The JREF does not involve itself in the testing procedure, other than helping to design the protocol and approving the conditions under which a test will take place. All tests are designed with the participation and approval of the applicant. In most cases, the applicant will be asked to perform a relatively simple preliminary test of the claim, which if successful, will be followed by the formal test.”
    Since 1964, NO ONE has passed this challenge. So, to the person claiming reliable and repeatable scientific studies showing evidence of telepathy, all they have to do is perform it in a scientific environment and you earn 1 MILLION DOLLARS.
    The fact that no one is walking away today with this money should be answer enough.

  2. Put the question out there to the universe.
    If it does exist, then surely you will get a reply that doesn’t require ‘answers’
    In other words, if you had to use ‘answers’ to get an answer, then no it does not exist.

  3. Grinberg-Zylberbaum 1993, Sabell 2001, Wackermann 2003, Standish 2004, Orem-Johnson 1982, Sheldrake 2003, http://www.tiller.org and http://www.lucidity.com offer statistically significant double-masked experiments, and theories which prove telepathy is real, and how it tends to come about.
    http://www.heartmath.org also worthwhile, as is
    “The Afterlife Experiments,” Dr. Gary Schwartz.


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