does the diagnosis of auditory halucination always reject the possibility of telepathy?

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if the possibility of telepathy exists how can psychology reject Hearing voices as a “spiritual” gift?

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You can’t call something a hallucination (properly, at least) until you have determined that it is due to something other than religious beliefs. In many cultures, “hallucinations” are quite common. We don’t consider these symptoms that count toward a diagnosis. Or we aren’t supposed to, at least.

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