Healing at a Distance
Astin et al (2000). The Efficacy of “Distant Healing”: A Systematic Review of Randomized Trials
Leibovici (2001). Effects of remote, retroactive intercessory prayer on outcomes in patients with bloodstream infection: randomised controlled trial
Krucoff et al (2001).Integrative noetic therapies as adjuncts to percutaneous intervention during unstable coronary syndromes: Monitoring and Actualization of Noetic Training (MANTRA) feasibility pilot
Radin et al (2004). Possible effects of healing intention on cell cultures and truly random events.
Krucoff et al (2005). Music, imagery, touch, and prayer as adjuncts to interventional cardiac care: the Monitoring and Actualisation of Noetic Trainings (MANTRA) II randomised study
Benson et al (2006). Study of the therapeutic effects of intercessory prayer (STEP) in cardiac bypass patients
Masters &Spielmans (2007). Prayer and health: Review, meta-analysis, and research agenda
Radin et al (2008). Compassionate intention as a therapeutic intervention by partners ofcancer patients: Effects of distant intention on the patients’ autonomic nervous system.
Schlitz et al (2012). Distant healing of surgical wounds: An exploratory study.
Radin et al (2015). Distant healing intention therapies: An overview of the scientific evidence
Physiological correlations at a distance
Duane & Behrendt (1965). Extrasensory electroencephalographic induction between identical twins.
Grinberg-Zylberbaum et al (1994). The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox in the Brain: The transferred potential
Wiseman & Schlitz (1997). Experimenter effects and the remote detection of staring.
Standish et al (2003). Evidence of correlated functional magnetic resonance imaging signals between distant human brains.
Wackermann et al (2003). Correlations between brain electrical activities of two spatially separated human subjects
Schmidt et al (2004). Distant intentionality and the feeling of being stared at: Two meta-analyses
Radin (2004). Event related EEG correlations between isolated human subjects.
Standish et al (2004). Electroencephalographic evidence of correlated event-related signals between the brains of spatially and sensory isolated human subjects
Richards et al (2005). Replicable functional magnetic resonance imaging evidence of correlated brain signals between physically and sensory isolated subjects.
Achterberg et al (2005). Evidence for correlations between distant intentionality and brain function in recipients: A functional magnetic resonance imaging analysis
Radin (2005). The sense of being stared at: A preliminary meta-analysis.
Radin & Schlitz (2005). Gut feelings, intuition, and emotions: An exploratory study.
Schlitz et al (2006). Of two minds: Skeptic-proponent collaboration within parapsychology.
Moulton & Kosslyn (2008). Using neuroimaging to resolve the psi debate.
Ambach (2008). Correlations between the EEGs of two spatially separated subjects − a replication study.
Hinterberger (2010). Searching for neuronal markers of psi: A summary of three studies measuring electrophysiology in distant participants.
Schmidt (2012). Can we help just by good intentions? A meta-analysis of experiments on distant intention effects
Jensen & Parker (2012). Entangled in the womb? A pilot study on the possible physiological connectedness between identical twins with different embryonic backgrounds.
Parker & Jensen (2013). Further possible physiological connectedness between identical twins: The London study.
Telepathy & ESP
Targ & Puthoff (1974). Information transmission under conditions of sensory shielding.
Puthoff & Targ (1976). A perceptual channel for information transfer over kilometer distance: Historical perspective and recent research
Eisenberg & Donderi (1979). Telepathic transfer of emotional information in humans.
Bem & Honorton (1994). Does psi exist?
Hyman (1994). Anomaly or artifact? Comments on Bem and Honorton
Bem (1994). Response to Hyman
Milton & Wiseman (1999). Does Psi Exist? Lack of Replication of an Anomalous Process of Information Transfer
Sheldrake & Smart (2000). Testing a return-anticipating dog, Kane.
Sheldrake & Smart (2000). A dog that seems to know when his owner to coming home: Videotaped experiments and observations.
Storm & Ertel (2001). Does Psi Exist? Comments on Milton and Wiseman's (1999) Meta-Analysis of Ganzfeld Research
Milton & Wiseman (2001). Does Psi Exist? Reply to Storm and Ertel (2001)
Sheldrake & Morgana (2003). Testing a language-using parrot for telepathy.
Sheldrake & Smart (2003). Videotaped experiments on telephone telepathy.
Sherwood & Roe (2003). A Review of Dream ESP Studies Conducted Since the Maimonides Dream ESP Programme
Delgado-Romero & Howard (2005). Finding and Correcting Flawed Research Literatures
Hastings (2007). Comment on Delgado-Romero and Howard
Radin (2007). Finding Or Imagining Flawed Research?
Storm et al (2010).Meta-Analysis of Free-Response Studies, 1992–2008: Assessing the Noise Reduction Model in Parapsychology
Storm et al (2010). A Meta-Analysis With Nothing to Hide: Reply to Hyman (2010)
Tressoldi (2011). Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence: the case of non-local perception, a classical and Bayesian review of evidences
Tressoldi et al (2011). Mental Connection at Distance: Useful for Solving Difficult Tasks?
Williams (2011). Revisiting the Ganzfeld ESP Debate: A Basic Review and Assessment
Rouder et al (2013). A Bayes Factor Meta-Analysis of Recent Extrasensory Perception Experiments: Comment on Storm, Tressoldi, and Di Risio (2010)
Storm et al (2013).Testing the Storm et al. (2010) Meta-Analysis Using Bayesian and Frequentist Approaches: Reply to Rouder et al. (2013)
General Overviews & Critiques
Utts (1996). An assessment of the evidence for psychic functioning
Alcock (2003). Give the null hypothesis a chance
Parker & Brusewitz (2003). A compendium of the evidence for psi
Carter (2010). Heads I lose, tails you win.
McLuhan (no date). Fraud in psi research.
Survival of Consciousness
vanLommel et al (2001). Near-death experience in survivors of cardiac arrest: a prospective study in the Netherlands
vanLommel (2006). Near-death experience, consciousness, and the brain
Beischel & Schwartz (2007). Anomalous information reception by research mediums demonstrated using a novel triple-blind protocol
Greyson (2010). Seeing dead people not known to have died: “Peak in Darien” experiences
Kelly (2010). Some directions for mediumship research
Kelly & Arcangel (2011). An investigation of mediums who claim to give information about deceased persons
Nahm et al (2011). Terminal lucidity: A review and a case collection.
Facco & Agrillo (2012).Near-death experiences between science and prejudice
Matlock (2012). Bibliography of reincarnation resources online (articles and books, all downloadable)
Beischel, J., Boccuzzi, M., Biuso, M., & Rock, A. J. (2015). Anomalous information reception by research mediums under blinded conditions II: Replication and extension. EXPLORE: The Journal of Science & Healing, 11(2), 136-142. doi: 10.1016/j.explore.2015.01.001
Precognition & Presentiment
Honorton & Ferrari (1989). “Future telling”: A meta-analysis of forced-choice precognition experiments, 1935-1987
Spottiswoode & May (2003). Skin Conductance Prestimulus Response: Analyses, Artifacts and a Pilot Study
Radin (2004). Electrodermal presentiments of future emotions.
McCraty et al (2004). Electrophysiological Evidence of Intuition: Part 1. The Surprising Role of the Heart
McCraty et al (2004). Electrophysiological Evidence of Intuition: Part 2. A System-Wide Process?
Radin & Lobach (2007). Toward understanding the placebo effect: Investigating a possible retrocausal factor.
Radin & Borges (2009). Intuition through time: What does the seer see?
Bem (2011). Feeling the future: Experimental evidence for anomalous retroactive influences on cognition and affect
Bem et al (2011). Must psychologists change the way they analyze their data?
Bierman (2011). Anomalous switching of the bi-stable percept of a Necker Cube
Radin et al (2011). Electrocortical activity prior to unpredictable stimuli in meditators and non-meditators.
Radin (2011). Predicting the unpredictable: 75 years of experimental evidence
Tressoldi et al (2011). Let your eyes predict : Prediction accuracy of pupillary responses to random alerting and neutral sounds
Galek et al (2012).Correcting the past: Failures to replicate psi
Mossbridge et al (2012). Predictive physiological anticipation preceding seemingly unpredictable stimuli: a meta-analysis
Bem et al (2015). Feeling the future: A meta-analysis of 90 experiments on the anomalous anticipation of random future events
Josephson & Pallikari-Viras (1991). Biological utilisation of quantum nonlocality
May et al (1995). Decision augmentation theory: Towards a model of anomalous mental phenomena
Houtkooper (2002). Arguing for an observational theory of paranormal phenomena
Bierman (2003). Does consciousness collapse the wave-packet?
Dunne & Jahn (2005). Consciousness, information, and living systems
Henry (2005). The mental universe
Hiley & Pylkkanen (2005). Can mind affect matter via active information?
Lucadou et al (2007). Synchronistic phenomena as entanglement correlations in generalized quantum theory
Rietdijk (2007). Four-dimensional physics, nonlocal coherence, and paranormal phenomena
Bierman (2010). Consciousness induced restoration of time symmetry (CIRTS ): A psychophysical theoretical perspective
Tressoldi et al (2010). Extrasensory perception and quantum models of cognition.
Tressoldi (2012). Replication unreliability in psychology: elusive phenomena or “elusive” statistical power?
Crookes (1874). Researches in the phenomena of spiritualism
Crookes (1874). Notes of séances with DDH
Medhurst & Goldney (1964). William Crookes and the physical phenomena of mediumship.
Merrifield (1885/1971). Merrifield’s report (on D. D. Home)
Braude (1985). The enigma of Daniel Home.
Zorab (1971).Were D. D. Home’s ‘spirit hands” ever fraudulently produced?
Jahn (1982). The persistent paradox of psychic phenomena: An engineering perspective.
Inglis (1983). Review of “The spiritualists. The passion for the occult in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by Ruth Brandon.”
Schmidt (1987). The strange properties of psychokinesis.
Schmidt (1990). Correlation between mental processes and external random events
Radin & Nelson (1989). Evidence for consciousness-related anomalies in random physical systems
Radin & Ferrari (1991). Effects of consciousness on the fall of dice: A meta-analysis
Jahn et al (1997). Correlations of random binary sequences with pre-stated operator intention: A review of a 12-year program.
Nelson et al (2002). Correlations of continuous random data with major world events.
Crawford et al (2003). Alterations in random event measures associated with a healing practice
Freedman et al (2003). Effects of frontal lobe lesions on intentionality and random physical phenomena
Bierman (2004). Does consciousness collapse the wave function?
Jahn & Dunne (2005). The PEAR Proposition.
Bosch et al (2006).Examining psychokinesis: The interaction of human intention with random number generators
Radin et al (2006). Reexamining psychokinesis.
Radin et al (2006). Assessing the evidence for mind-matter interaction effects.
Radin (2006). Experiments testing models of mind-matter interaction.
Radin. (2008). Testing nonlocal observation as a source of intuitive knowledge.
Nelson & Bancel (2011). Effects of mass consciousness: Changes in random data during global events.
Radin et al (2012). Consciousness and the double-slit interference pattern: Six experiments
Radin et al (2013). Psychophysical interactions with a double-slit interference pattern
Shiah & Radin (2013). A randomized trial investigating the roles of intention and belief on mood while drinking tea.
Radin et al (2015). Psychophysical interactions with a single-photon double-slit optical system.
Radin et al (2016). Psychophysical modulation of fringe visibility in a distant double-slit optical system.
Carpenter (2011). Laboratory psi effects may be put to practical use: Two pilot studies
Schwartz (1980/2000).Location and reconstruction of a Byzantine structure … [by remote viewing]
Beischel, J., Mosher, C. & Boccuzzi, M. (2014-2015). The possible effects on bereavement of assisted after-death communication during readings with psychic mediums: A continuing bonds perspective. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 70(2), 169-194. doi: 10.2190/OM.70.2.b
Some recommended books (click to see book details at Amazon.com)
Radin (1997, 2009). The Conscious Universe: The Scientific Truth of Psychic Phenomena
Radin (2006). Entangled Minds: Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality
Irwin & Watt (2007). An Introduction to Parapsychology
Mayer (2008). Extraordinary Knowing: Science, Skepticism, and the Inexplicable Powers of the Human Mind
Kelly et al (2009). Irreducible Mind: Toward a Psychology for the 21st Century
Tart (2009). The End of Materialism: How Evidence of the Paranormal Is Bringing Science and Spirit Together
Carter (2010). Science and the Near-Death Experience: How Consciousness Survives Death
Van Lommel (2011). Consciousness Beyond Life: The Science of the Near-Death Experience
Sheldrake (1999; new edition 2011) Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home
Alexander (2012). Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife
Carpenter (2012). First Sight: ESP and Parapsychology in Everyday Life
Carter (2012). Science and Psychic Phenomena: The Fall of the House of Skeptics
Targ (2012). The Reality of ESP: A Physicist's Proof of Psychic Abilities
Beischel (2013). Among Mediums: A Scientist's Quest for Answers
Sheldrake (2003; new edition 2013) The Sense of Being Stared At, And Other Aspects of the Extended Mind
Radin (2013). Supernormal: Science, Yoga, and the Evidence for Extraordinary Psychic Abilities
Dossey (2014). One Mind: How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters
Broderick & Goertzel (2014). Evidence for Psi: Thirteen Empirical Research Reports
May et al (2014). ESP WARS: East and West: An Account of the Military Use of Psychic Espionage As Narrated by the Key Russian and American Players
May and Marwaha (2014). Anomalous Cognition: Remote Viewing Research and Theory
Kelly (2014). Beyond Physicalism: Toward Reconciliation of Science and Spirituality
Cardeña (2015). Parapsychology: A Handbook for the 21st Century.
May & Marwaha (2015). Extrasensory Perception: Support, Skepticism, and Science
Websites with access to more articles
Daryl Bem: Click here
Brian Josephson: Click here
Edwin May: Click here
Stephan Schwartz, Click here
Rupert Sheldrake: Click here
James Spottiswoode: Click here
Charles Tart: Click here
Russell Targ: Click here
Patrizio Tressoldi: Click here
Jessica Utts: Click here
Richard Wiseman: Click here
Journal of Scientific Exploration:Click here
Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory: Click here or here.
Division of Perceptual Studies, University of Virginia: Clickhere
Esalen Center for Theory and Research: Click here
Windbridge Institute: Click here.
Koestler Unit of the University of Edinburgh: Click here.
Greyson (2008). Consciousness without brain activity: Near Death Experiences (United Nations talk)
Radin (2008), Science and the taboo of psi (Google TechTalk)
Sheldrake (2008) The extended mind (Google Tech Talk)
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Quantum physics has already shed some light on the role of consciousness and reality. There are multitudes of studies and phenomenon that also show how they are intertwined, and one of them is called psychokinesis.
One (of many) areas of psychic research is Psychokinesis, also know as PK. This encompasses the possible influence of human consciousness on the behavior of physical or biological systems or processes, and comprises several loosely related classes of effect characterized by different scales of energy, forms of manifestation, replicability, and statistical behavior.(1) It’s the ability of consciousness to have a direct effect on our physical material world. It’s the action of mind on matter. (14 section 5.0) PK encompasses much more than just moving objects with the mind, that is more so referred to as telekinesis. It encompasses the idea of consciousness and its correlation to the physical world we perceive around us on a daily basis.
Psychokinesis is one phenomenon out of many that is grouped under the subject of parapsychology. You can’t understand psychokinesis without having a brief background on parapsychological phenomenon within the scientific community, which is considered psychical research. This article will provide a brief background on parapsychological studies and then go more in-depth into the phenomenon of psychokinesis. I will also provide a good deal of evidence throughout the paper to back up my claims.
Psychic phenomenon has always been considered a ‘persistent paradox’ from the perspective of most researchers and scientists within the mainstream world. This is predominately due to a lack of investigation. It’s not fair to condemn a topic without having investigated it first. Psychic phenomenon has attracted man’s attention throughout recorded human history, but scholarly efforts to comprehend them are very young, approximately one hundred years old. Parapsychologists have been trying to gather experimental evidence for years and although a lot of information has been gathered, psychic phenomenon still seems to be grouped in the category of science fiction to most, which is extremely absurd given the amount of scientific data available on the subject. This is something we need to change, and the recognition of non physical phenomenon and how consciousness can have a direct effect on our physical material world is an important step for the evolution of science, as well as humanity as a whole. Today, the missing link within science is consciousness, and how our emotions, feelings and vibrational frequency play a tremendous role and have great implications on what type of world humans are experiencing.
Critics who argue against psychic phenomenon do so from a place of belief. Meanwhile, there has been numerous, consistent, replicable evidence to support it (as you will see within the article). The problem with parapsychology is that it challenges deeply rooted worldviews held by so many people. When evidence is presented against a belief system that one holds strong, there is a very strong desire to dismiss it and not even look at the evidence, this is called cognitive dissonance and sometimes it can be the minds most common reaction to new truths.
There is a growing realization that ideological factors play a crucial role in many scientific “controversies”. Many have argued that the ‘naturalistic’ world view is more a political or religious ideology than a position that’s supported by evidence.(2)
Materialists have conducted a running war against psi research for decades, because any evidence of psi’s validity, no matter how minor, is fatal to their ideological system. (2)
This controversy (whether psychic phenomenon is real or not) has lasted for quite some time now. Apart from the fact that these concepts challenge world paradigms, another reason for the controversy might be the fact that a large portion of it is dipped in secrecy. Without access to much of the scientific data and observation of and regarding parapsychology, how are we supposed to come to any solid conclusions about it?
We knew the Earth was flat, we knew that we were the centre of the universe, we knew that a man made heavier than air peace of machinery could not take flight. Through out human history, intellectual authorities have pronounced their supremacy by ridiculing or surpressing elements of reality that simply didn’t fit within the framework of accepted knowledge – Terje Toftenes (15)
In 2004, a United States Air Force research project titled, Teleportation Physics Study, authored by Eric Davis, Ph.D., shows that psychokinesis and other parapsychological phenomenon have been subject to rigorous research and documentation for a number of years by several researchers. (14 pg 65 of 88)
One example of this is the 24-year government-sponsored program to investigate ESP and its potential use within the Intelligence Community. The final report was released in 1995, and the CIA concluded that a statistically significant effect had been demonstrated in the laboratory. This operation was called STAR GATE, and most of its research and findings remain classified.(3) The Department of Defence suppressed a large amount of data from this 24 year study.
Another example of parapsychological research conducted in secrecy was the remote viewing experiment done by the CIA and NSA in conjunction with Stanford university.(4)(5)(6) This program was marked as a special access program, these are programs that have no oversight from the congress, nobody has any idea of them, their findings and what they are used for (14 section 5.0). Remote viewing is the ability of individuals to describe a remote geographical location and its characteristics up to several hundred thousand kilometers away from their physical location. This program lasted for several years, and was shut down unexpectedly with a large portion of the research and findings remaining classified. Individuals within the program were also able to remote view beyond the planet.
These two experiments alone illustrate that science and research at the very highest levels of government were and are very interested in parapsychological phenomenon. How can the mainstream scientific world dismiss it when the Department of Defense doesn’t? Another explanation as to why these type of phenomenon don’t exist is because many are simply afraid of it, and not ready for it yet.
Recent leaks from Edward Snowden recently shed light on the black budget. An area within the defense sector that garnishes trillions of dollars a year. The programs within this department are extremely secret, so secret that a 1997 US Senate report described them as “so sensitive that they are exempt from standard reporting requirements to the Congress.” (7) Judging by the information we already have within the public sector with regards to parapsychological phenomenon, a large portion of this research (again) remains classified. That means all of the scholarly efforts to understand and comprehend this phenomenon cannot be known at large when it comes to public information. This is classified science, which still has enough evidence in the public domain to support its validity, although most peoples intuition already tells them so.
According to our best estimates, more than half of all U.S. government records are classified. For an archivist seeking to preserve and understand our history, that means most of our history is kept secret from us, Think about that for a moment – Richard Dolan (Learn more about what he calls the “breakaway civilization” here)
Now that it’s clear that the Department of Defense remains in possession of most of the information and research conducted with these phenomenon, let’s examine what is currently available within the public domain (apart from the information and papers that are referenced earlier, which provide a great deal of information by themselves alone). What is known in this secretive world could be hundreds of thousands, even million years more advanced compared to the ‘normal mainstream world.”
One example are human aura and intentions. Not lot ago, a Russian scientist and Princeton professor demonstrated that the human energy field is responsible for changing the physical material world.
We are developing the idea that our consciousness is part of the material world and that with our consciousness we can directly influence our world. With our emotions, with our intentions we can directly influence our world” (8) – Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, Computer Science and Biophysics Professor
Human beings cannot see much of the visible light spectrum, there is a whole world of unseen energy that can be difficult for the mind to grasp without scientific measurements for verification. One method to bridge this gap is bioelectrophotography. The goal of this is to capture these energy fields seen as a light around the body. In the metaphysical world, this energy emission is known as a person’s aura, in the scientific field it’s known as our energy field. This is included in PK because it is the effect of our electromagnetic field on our biological system, it is consciousness influencing and changing physicality.
Bio-electric phenomena has been a part of medicine throughout history. In fact, the first written documents on these events date back to an ancient Egyptian hieroglyph of 4000 B.C. The Greek philosophers Aristotle and Thales experimented with amber and recognized its power to attract light substances. The detection of bio-electric activity is old, and many contemporary ideas of it were actually developed years ago. (9) Bioelectic and bio-magnetic fields formed by the body have a direct effect on the physical material world. This is one example of known science within the mainstream which could have tremendous implications for health care and more.
Random Event Generators (REGs) are another example. To determine the effects of the minds intention on the physical world, several machines called random number generators have been built, most notably by Princeton. (10)(11) The machine mimics a coin flip, and the results are recorded over a long period of time. In this particular experiment, the machine performed 200 flips per second and produced an average mean of 100 as one would expect. Left unattended, the machine would continue to produce results that suggested a 50/50 change of producing either heads or tails. When human intention was added to the question, what was once a random 50/50 chance of producing heads or tails began to deviate from expectation as the observer began to intend for the numbers to be higher or lower. While the effects of the mind over the machines were not large, they were enough that modern physics could not explain them.
The experiment I am referring to was conducted by Dr Robert G. Jahn, who spent 25 years gathering a large database of empirical data on psychokinesis that clearly suggests the phenomena is a reality. He founded the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research group which has conducted several experiments under controlled, scientific conditions to measure the effect of the power of the human mind using a wide range of instruments.
Jahn showed repeated and consistent results in mentally affecting material substances in the lab, and in the 1980s Jahn attended a meeting on the PK topic at the Navel Research Laboratory, and warned that foreign adversaries could exploit PK to include U.S. military fighter pilots to lose control of their aircraft. (14 section 5.0)
Reported cases of human beings able to exhibit this phenomenon are also around, although often left in the realm of conspiracy theory. Those who have been reportedly shown to do so are instantly made to look like a fraud, so using them as examples is unnecessary. Maybe there are many who choose not to go public with it. Psychic Uri Geller reportedly demonstrated PK mental bending during a talk that he gave at the U.S. Capitol building. He caused a spoon to curve upward with no force, and then the spoon continued to bend after he put it back down and continued with his talk. (14 section 5.0)
The Global Consciousness Experiment
The global consciousness experiment is an experiment initiated by the Institute of Noetic Sciences alongside Princeton University (12)(13).
Also working with Dr Jahn was Dr Roger D. Nelson. Instead of testing one individual at a time he used the same methods to test groups of people. Working in group meditations to begin with, he connected 70 REGs in locations around the world to his computer at Princeton. This was called the Global Consciousness Project, also known as the EGG project. It is a multidisciplinary collaboration of scientists, engineers, artists and others. Data has been continuously collected from a global network of physical random number generators (as mentioned earlier) that were located all over the world. This project contains more than a decade of data.
The purpose of this experiment was to examine correlations that may reflect the presence and activity of consciousness in the world. It illustrated that when millions of people are sharing intentions and emotions the EGG data show meaningful departures from expectation. What this means is that when human consciousness becomes coherent and synchronized, the behavior of random systems may change.
The list goes on, and there are literally hundreds, if not thousands of credible research material to suggest that these type of phenomenon are real. How far down the rabbit hole it goes and what has already been discovered still remains classified to the world of mainstream science. Perhaps we are on the brink of finding out.
Regardless of what our black budget world has already discovered, it’s becoming clear that the masses are waking up to the fact that consciousness has a direct effect on our physical material world. Emotions and feelings are the key to creating change, if more people came from a place of love, understanding and peace from within themselves, a different type of reality would no doubt slowly begin to manifest on this planet, which I believe is currently happening .
(14 section 5.0) http://www.fas.org/sgp/eprint/teleport.pdf
(15) (video) http://www.collective-evolution.com/2013/02/13/ufo-documentary-the-day-before-disclosure/
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