A Geiger counter, also called a Geiger-Müller counter, measures ionizing radiation._ (from wikipedia.org)
Sean Connelly (Peebrain), the guy behind the great psionics site PsiPog.net writes on his blog about experiments with a geiger counter to detect psi activity. On his weblog he describes the repeatable results he and his friends have had with geiger counter readings being affected by some forms of psi:
My extended family has a 9-year old boy who seems to have the ADHD (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder). He’s not yet been officially diagnosed but the school administration and the parents seem to think that that’s where it’s heading. Of course, the last thing that the mother wants is having her child taking Ritalin™, as it is about the only treatment the medicine can propose. She’s determined first to try any other form of treatment beforehand.
She’s come to me for an advice. I must admit that I never learned the subject in depth but I have heard some things. The first that came to my mind was what I’ve heard in Kevin Trudeau’s book Natural Cures “They” Don’t Want You To Know About. In that Book Mr. Trudeau claims that many of the ADHD cases are caused by bad nutrition of the child, especially sugars, wheat and milk products. He tells of a case when only a change in the child’s diet would eliminate all the symptoms of the ADHD. I have told this the boy’s mother and advised her to lessen the amount of sweet food that the child eats (and he does seem to it too much “snacks”).
Dowsing is a very interesting and controversial subject. If you don’t know what dowsing is take a look at a previous article on dowsing that I wrote.
Usually dowsing is thought to require some kind of device such as a pendulum or a dowsing rod of some kind. Yet, although it is considered easier to use such device there are possibilities to dowse without any device. Since dowsing often has the goal of getting YES/NO answers to questions, any way that the subconscious can do that for you is good. People usually use pendulums or dowsing rods since they can possibly better connect to the subconscious mind, which gives the answers.
Telepathy research in a Virtual Reality game
Scienceblog reports about a virtual reality system built by scientists at the University of Manchester as a collaboration between the University’s School of Computer Science and School of Psychological Sciences.
The aim of this project is to test scientifically whether telepathy exists by using scientific methods and the connection between the relationship between people and the strength of their telepathic connection (if exists). About 100 participants are planned to take part in the research. Here is how it will be conducted:
I have wrote back in November ‘05 about a canadian boy from the B.C. called Adam who was promoted as a strong healer. Yet, at that time, he preferred to remain more or less anonymous (well, Adam doesn’t reveal much).
Lately, though, the 19-year old healer decided to start a public career after he’s written a book and released a DVD. There’s a large article about Adam on the internet (link below). Here’s how Adam explains his healing technique:
“I’m not actually sure what it is I do. I go into this trance,” says Adam. “I don’t see anything else around me except for this person in front of me. And then I’m just changing these things, this image in front of me.”
He says he uses his hands to fix breaks in the energy flow, which allows the healing to begin.
Update: Mind Power News website hosts links to the whole show on ABC in video:
Visit: Video of ABC primetime on Adam the healer.
If you want to train your psi abilities or want some tests to verify them, there’s a great online resource for that.
Go over to GotPsi which has about 7 different tests, 3 card tests and some remote viewing and other tests. There’s good statistics, daily, monthly and yearly. You have to register there and then your statistics will be collected.
There are lots of users taking tests there and even Dr. Dean Radin from the institute of Neoetic sciences uses data from this site to perform analysis.
Tell of your experiments with this.
I have come upon an interesting online magazine called “Sub Rosa”. This magazine is available for free online in PDF format and is designed like a real, printed hi-quality magazine. The theme: “Where Science and magic, Myth and History Meet”.
There have already been five issues of this magazine and the latest one has at least two articles of interest to the readers of mind-energy.net. One is an interview with Dr. Dean Radin, head scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS). Dr. Radin is one of the most active psi researches today and has recently published a book titled “Entangled Minds : Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality” which summarizes his views on extrasensory research.
I have written before of a new product called the “Perfect Wave Programmer” (PWP) in the post Healing Mathematics. The PWP is a product of a canadian company called New Wave Technology, which was founded by Cory Herter. If you haven’t yet read the above article, please take several minutes to get yourself introduced.
After I’ve written the aforementioned article, I’ve been in some contact with Cory and he has kindly sent me a starter kit, which includes the following content: (click on the pictures below for a larger image)
- Five Perfect Wave Programmers
- A pamphlet which introduces into the PWP and their benefit
- A 10-page manual which describes the PWP in greater detail and includes some basic instructions.
Hello, dear readers of the Parapsychology articles and blog website!
This post is marked as post number 100 and I wanted to celebrate this occasion by summarizing the activity of this site from its beginning.
I’ve started this site in October of last year, so a year has not yet passed but I’m very content with my accomplishments so far.
I’ve had several articles that have had a large popularity on the internet. The first of such articles was the series of articles on the meditating boy in Nepal – the “Buddha boy” as he’s been called. I’ve followed on this story and have had at least four articles on this and quite a lot of comments. Most people thinks that it’s a hoax and he’s been eating and drinking in the night. Personally I don’t know the truth about this case but it surely interests a lot of people and I still have several hundred people coming each month as the result of looking into this story, although it is already a finished story, as the boy has disappeared.
The first popular post that got picked up by the various social bookmarking sites was the ‘Increase your energy levels in 1 minute‘ article which promises to make one more energetic both when tired or exhausted or when you need some more for energy work, like healing. These exercises work very effectively for me and the people around me who do them. Many of the responses on the internet, including in the comments to the post, also point out that many people have found them to do exactly that – energize you with simple exercises that take only one minute to perform. If you haven’t already learned them, please take a few minutes to read the article and learn the exercises, as they will surely come handy to you in the future, whatever you do for living.
The most popular article up to date was about relieving nasal congestion using a simple point massage which my late grandmother has taught me when I was very little. This article came to #1 on the popular del.icio.us bookmarking site and held first place for about 9! hours. This is truly an accomplishment since most popular articles on del.icio.us are technical links. In fact, the other 9 links up to 10th place were all technical articles on internet and computer related issues.