Despite millions of demonstration of Psychokinesis many people still do not believe
in telekinesis. Little do they know, there is plenty of empirical evidence and well
documented scientific proof supporting the existence of telekinesis. I’m not talking
about the Russians back in 1980 or just some no-name scientist from a third world
country either. I am talking about reliable and reputable sources like Harvard, Princeton
and Yale universities.
For example, at Princeton University Dr Robert G. Jahn, spent many years amassing
an enormous database of empirical evidence on telekinesis that clearly indicates
the phenomena is very much a reality. Dr. Jahn founded the Princeton Engineering
Anomalies Research (PEAR) group which undertook countless experiments under controlled,
scientific conditions to measure the effect of the power of the human mind using
a wide range of instruments.
Dr. Jahn and his staff at Princeton scientifically documented the existence of telekinesis
for nearly thirty years. In the end this is what Dr. Jahn had to say regarding the
closing of their studies. “For 28 years, we’ve done what we wanted to do, and there’s
no reason to stay and generate more of the same data. If people don’t believe us
after all the results we’ve produced, then they never will.”
Unfortunately he is right. Many people will never believe in telekinesis because
they either don’t know the facts or don’t want to know. You see telekinesis destroys
the rigid and narrow minded perception of reality the ruling class is promoting.
If people realize who they truly are (God incarnate) and what they are capable of
doing, the false religions and scientific paradigms will fall like a house of cards.
The last thing the powers that be want is for humanity to discover that everything
is energy and once we master energy we can create the world we want. We can heal
every disease, control the elements, influence the weather, transcend time and space
and potentially live in harmony forever. There will be no need for government, religion,
military, legal or monetary systems. All is one and everything is connected so we
would naturally take care of one another and our environment.
So whether you are an aspiring practitioner or a world famous telekinesis legend
like Nina Kulagina, don’t be discouraged. The burden of proof is not on your shoulders.
Even the best telekinesis demonstration will be ridiculed and dismissed by closed-minded
fools. History rewards the bold, so don’t let their confusion and criticism keep
you from exhibiting your telekinetic abilities openly and proudly.
May the truth prevail and the force be with you.
Psychokinesis related research results.
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FieldREG Anomalies in Group Situations (1996). J. Scientific Exploration, 10, No.1,
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Combination of Results from Multiple Experiments (1997). Tech. Note 97008, October
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Empirical Evidence Against Decision Augmentation Theory (1998). J. Scientific Exploration,
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Evidence That Anomalous Statistical Influence Depends on the Details of the Random
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Contributions to Variance in REG Experiments: ANOVA Models and Specialized Subsidiary
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Overview of Several Theoretical Models of PEAR Data (2000). J. Scientific Exploration,
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A Modular Model of Mind/Matter Manifestations (M5) (2001). J. Scientific Exploration,
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Statistical Consequences of Data Selection (2003). Tech. Note 2003. 02, April 2003
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Toward a Philosophy of Science in Women's Health Research (1996). J. Scientific Exploration,
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The Subterranean Chamber of the Pyramid of Khufu: A Ritual Map of Ancient Egypt?
(1997. Tech. Note 98001, February 1997 (20 pages).
Wishing for Good Weather: A Natural Experiment in Group Consciousness (1997). J.
Scientific Exploration, 11, No. 1, pp. 47-58.*
Subjectivity and Intuition in the Scientific Method (1997). (Reprint from Intuition:
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Science of the Subjective (1997). J. Scientific Exploration, 11, No. 2, pp. 201-224.*
The Physical Basis of Intentional Healing Systems (1999). Tech. Note 99001, January
1999 (28 pages).
Deviations from Physical Randomness Due to Human Agent Intention? (1999). Chaos,
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The Case for Inertia as a Vacuum Effect: A Reply to Woodward and Mahood (2000). Foundations
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Inertial Mass and the Quantum Vacuum Fields (2001). Ann. Physics, 10, 5, pp.393-414.
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