Footage and Information regarding Extrasensory Perception, Psychokinesis, Psychic Abilities, Remote Viewing, Clairvoyance, Telepathy, Mind Control and other unexplained powers.
CIA Mind Control
During the Cold War, the CIA launched a highly classified program aimed at mastering the art of mind control.
In the wake of WWII the US government is engaged in a large number of secret medical experiments designed to help win the cold war.
Developing techniques for mind control. Project MKULTRA, or MK-ULTRA, was the code name for a covert, illegal CIA human research program, run by the Office of Scientific Intelligence.
This official U.S. government program began in the early 1950s, continuing at least through the late 1960s, and it used United States and Canadian citizens as its test subjects.
CIA LSD Experiment on Psychosis
CIA Mind Control
Brown uses Mind Control to get Cash
Mind Control & Psychological Warfare
Control Subliminal Sex Messages
Control with Derren Brown
Project MKULTRA Mind Control Report Documentary
CIA Stargate Program
Remote viewing is the ability to gather information about a distant or unseen target using paranormal means or extra-sensory perception or sensing with mind.
Typically a remote viewer is expected to give information about an object that is hidden from physical view and separated at some distance.
The Stargate Project was a $20 million research program designed to gather information for the US military and government which was later scrapped due to a lack of documented evidence.
Remote Viewing / Clairvoyance
and Second Sight
Controlled Remote Viewing - Briefing By Paul O'Connor
Ed Dames - Remote Viewing (Abduction Case)
Remote Viewing - CIA Stargate Program
Viewing - Discovery Science
Viewing & Unlocking Time
Remote Viewing Experiment on TV
Remote Viewing to find Missing Children - Fox News
Psychics and the Transfer of Thought
is a person who professes an ability to perceive information hidden
from the normal senses through extrasensory perception (ESP), or is said
by others to have such abilities.
It is also used to describe theatrical performers who use techniques
such as prestidigitation, cold reading, and hot reading to produce the
appearance of such abilities.
It can also denote an ability of the mind to influence the world
physically and to the telekinetic powers allegedly professed by those
such as Uri Geller.
Extrasensory Perception - Sensing Murder
Psychic Ability - CNN - Anderson Cooper
Test - WB5 News
vs. Believing - Sneak Peek - TLC
Mind reading aka Telepathy is the induction of mental states from one mind to another.
The term telepathy was coined in 1882 by the classical scholar Fredric W. H. Myers, a founder of the Society for Psychical Research, and has somehow remained more popular than the more-correct expression thought-transference.
Many studies seeking to detect, understand, and utilize telepathy have been done within this field. The scientific community does not regard telepathy as a real phenomenon as actual telepathy has never been demonstrated to a greater degree than pure chance under controlled experimental conditions.
Mind Reading / Telepathy
Derek Ogilvie - The Million Dollar Mind Reader
Telepathy Real? - FirstScience.tv
Reading Headset from Emotiv
Mind Reading - Michio Kaku on Fox News
Rupert Sheldrake: Telephone Telepathy
Telephone Telepathy Test
Telekinesis / Psychokinesis
5th Dimension - Mind over Matter (Telekinesis) - Untold Mysteries
Ninel Kulagina: Psychokinesis - Psychic Investigator
Researchers and Documentaries of ESP
James Randi - Challenger of Paranormal Claims and Pseudoscience
Dr. Andrija Puharich
Psychic Bill Burns Channels Marilyn Monroe & Andy Kaufman
The Amazing World of Psychic Phenomena
Magic and Unexplained Powers
Some situations and events look like real unexplainable powers but in reality they are magical tricks, cold reading or forms of mentalism.
Convince Your Friends They're Psychic - Barry and Stuart - BBC Three
Cold Reading & Psychics - Derren Brown
Secrets of the Psychics
Truth About Some Psychics - MSNBC News
- ESP Cards
Suspected Frauds Exposed
While there is some evidence that appears to prove that ESP may exist, there are some that have been caught committing hoaxes. Never underestimate the power of greed.
Exposes Three Mediums
Acorah - Kreed Kafer
Doris Collins - Cold Readings
James Hydrick Exposed
James Hydrick Confession
Edward - Cold Readings
Popoff Faith Healer Exposed
Browne - Wrong Predictions
Uri Geller Fails on The Tonight Show
Extrasensory Perception (ESP)
ESP - Extrasensory perception is a paranormal activity which enables a person to gather information without the aid of the recognized senses in the human body. ESP is sometimes referred to as the "sixth sense".
Since the human body has five known senses: seeing, feeling, smelling, tasting and hearing, many consider ESP the 'sixth sense'. Nearly half the adults within the United States believe in some form of ESP yet mainstream science does not recognize ESP as credible.
Parapsychology - The study of psi phenomena such as ESP is called parapsychology. The consensus of the Parapsychological Association is that certain types of psychic phenomena such as psychokinesis, telepathy, and astral projection are well established.
A great deal of reported extrasensory perception is said to occur spontaneously in conditions which are not scientifically controlled. Such experiences have often been reported to be much stronger and more obvious than those observed in laboratory experiments.
These reports, rather than laboratory evidence, have historically been the basis for the widespread belief in the authenticity of these phenomena.
However, it has proven extremely difficult (perhaps impossible) to replicate such extraordinary experiences under controlled scientific conditions.
Those who believe that ESP may exist point to numerous studies that appear to offer evidence of the phenomenon's existence: the work of J. B. Rhine, Russell Targ, Harold E. Puthoff and physicists at SRI International in the 1970s, and many others, are often cited in arguments that ESP exists.
ESP Debate - The main current debate concerning ESP surrounds whether or not statistically compelling laboratory evidence for it has already been accumulated. The most compelling and repeatable results are all small to moderate statistical results.
Some dispute the positive interpretation of results obtained in scientific studies of ESP, because they are difficult to reproduce reliably, and are small effects.
Parapsychologists have argued that the data from numerous studies show that certain individuals have consistently produced remarkable results while the remainder have constituted a highly significant trend that cannot be dismissed even if the effect is small.
Certain scientists have claimed that ESP does not exist at all and overall science does not recognize ESP as being credible. In fact, mainstream science states that it has basically proven that ESP
does not exist by various testing.
Scientists have claimed to use brain
scanning techniques to test individuals to see if they could obtain
knowledge that could not be explained through normal perceptual
processing. In most cases, individuals failed.
Science overall has trouble dealing with many forms of the paranormal and tests to find out the truth in many cases from both sides are usually inadequate.