It’s no secret to the ancient spiritual traditions of the world that all humans are capable of great psychic powers when given the proper conditions. Thousands of people throughout time have claimed to have had at least one psychic experience in their life, with many of them being able to train their sixth sense to be accurate and reliable. Why then is the mainstream “scientific” narrative that ESP (extra-sensory perception) simply does not exist?
While that is the story that is told to the public, governmental agencies and universities are actually employing psychics and investigating psychic abilities. Physicists Russell Targ and Harold Puthoff conducted some such research through the Stanford Institute and also worked with NASA and the CIA for a program that lasted 23 years. This program utilized the gifts of those who are capable of a psychic technique called “remote viewing.” Remote viewing is the capability to see, in accurate detail through the mind’s eye, environments that could be as far as the other side of the world.
During this time, Targ’s team of remote viewing specialists was able to accurately see and describe critical tactical information including finding kidnapping victims, and accurately predicting the failure of a Chinese nuclear weapons test three days before it happened. According to Targ, despite what we have been led to believe, all humans actually possess the power of ESP to some degree. This natural psychic ability gives one the ability to describe what is happening in a distant place, or even in the future.
“Consciousness cannot be accounted for in physical terms. For consciousness is absolutely fundamental. It cannot be accounted for in terms of anything else.” ― Erwin Schrödinger
Targ and his associates have compiled the results of their countless successes and published their work in many prestigious and reputable scientific journals, including Nature and the Journal of Scientific Exploration. He concludes that by quieting one’s mind and entering into the proper state of awareness, the distance between you and anything else becomes irrelevant; because we live fundamentally in a non-local space-time. Although this concept has become popular through Buddhism and the new-age movement, non-locality is now validated as scientific fact by the physics community.
According to multiple, well-documented accounts, humans can do more than observe from vast distances – we can actually affect the health of individuals from a distance as well. One of the most amazing accounts of this ability comes from qigong master, Jixing Li, who demonstrated the ability to stop cancer from 3,000 miles away. Li was observed at different times under laboratory conditions at several prestigious American colleges including Penn State, Duke Univesity, and ASU.
Success through remote energy healing has also been demonstrated countless times through the practice of radionics, since its discovery in the 1800s. Before non-locality was discussed in physics, Albert Abrams and other early Radionics practitioners targeted patients at the sub-atomic level in order to bring about healing. Remote diagnosis was performed through the Oscilloclast machine using only a hair or blood sample of the patient.
The evidence is mounting, and the results are in. There is a healing potential that we possess that is beyond space and time, especially when we learn remote viewing. Given the proper training, we have the ability to see, and positively affect the lives of others. As science becomes more open-minded, and willing to admit the obvious, we may see great advancements in the field of medicine utilizing this natural superpower in the near future.