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May 20, 2014

Telepathy, Near-death experiences bring supernatural powers, Reincarnation

Telepathy - Thought death was clear but?

Telepathy, from the Greek tele, "distant", and patheia, "feeling", is the claimed innate ability of humans and other creatures to communicate information from one mind to another, without the use of extra tools such as speech or body language Telepathic abilities are about connecting frequency. It is like turning on a radio and finding the right station. You just have to know how to 'tune in' and the frequency of the program.

Human DNA is not (yet) activated in a way that makes us natural telepaths - in most cases.

A humid night in summer. Ellie Black wakes at around 3am and her eyes focus on a figure at the end of her bed. It’s her father, from whom she’s long been estranged. Now fully alert, she watches him as he tips his hat and bows with a flourish. Then he’s gone.

The following morning she relates the experience to her daughter at the breakfast table. Later that day the phone rings — with news that her father died in the early hours. (More amazing stories dailymail)

Research in Wales, Japan, Australia and the U.S. shows that between 40 and 53  per cent of the bereaved receive some kind of signal or visitation when someone close to them dies.

Usually people encountered their fathers or mothers — suggesting that the parental impulse to connect and reassure continues past death.

About a quarter of his subjects saw or heard the dead person at the hour of death or within the day it occurred. In 86 per cent of these cases, they weren’t yet aware of the death by ordinary means.

Some surveys report that about half of all these telepathic experiences occur in dreams.

Other studies of telepathy by University of Virginia psychiatrist Ian Stevenson explored how people could know that someone physically distant was dying or in distress. Stevenson started by analysing 165 meticulously researched historical cases. Nearly 90    per cent had occurred, he discovered, when the person was awake, rather than asleep or dozing.

Two-thirds involved news of an immediate family member. Eighty-two per cent involved death, a sudden illness or accident.

In more than half of the cases, the person who received the message was driven to take some kind of action — such as making a phone call, embarking on a frantic trip or changing holiday plans.

But how do you know that the news you’ve just received telepathically is correct? No one has yet fathomed this mystery. But Stevenson discovered ‘a feeling of conviction’ was one of the characteristics that separated telepathic communications from ordinary dreams and anxious imaginings.

Visual perception of the presence seems to be the rarest. In another study, only about 5  per cent actually saw the dead person; about 15  per cent heard him or her; and the rest had partial impressions, such as feeling hands on their head or noticing a distinct presence in the room.

Unlike our conception of ghosts, these presences can physically react with the material world.

Throughout most of our history, everyone has known that those who die can return as anything, from a sigh to a physical presence. Our ancestors simply assumed the dead continued to watch, console, guide and even meddle in their affairs.

Near Death Experience

Do near-death experiences bring supernatural powers as argued by Hazel Courteney in this video? Courteney, a journalist and columnist published by the Daily Mail, claims to have obtained supernatural powers such as telekinetic awareness, psychic mind-reading, and levitation as shared with Sean Stone in this fascinating interview.

Hazel discusses with us her own ‘out of body experience’, a state of altered consciousness as well as the strange visuals and scenes that unfolded after her own journey into the spirit realm in this uncensored Buzzsaw interview that should make everyone look at the ‘reality’ of what is REALLY going on ‘behind the scenes’ of this spiritual world we live in.

 

Reincarnation

3-Year-Old Remembers Past Life, Identifies Murderer and Location of Body

A 3-year-old boy in the Golan Heights region near the border of Syria and Israel said he was murdered with an axe in his previous life. He showed village elders where the murderer buried his body, and sure enough they found a man’s skeleton there. He also showed the elders where the murder weapon was found, and upon digging, they did indeed find an axe there.

In his book, “Children Who Have Lived Before: Reincarnation Today,” German therapist Trutz Hardo tells this boy’s story, along with other stories of children who seem to remember their past lives with verified accuracy. The boy’s story was witnessed by Dr. Eli Lasch, who is best known for developing the medical system in Gaza as part of an Israeli government operation in the 1960s. Dr. Lasch, who died in 2009, had recounted these astounding events to Hardo.

The boy was of the Druze ethnic group, and in his culture the existence of reincarnation is accepted as fact. His story nonetheless had the power to surprise his community.

He was born with a long, red birthmark on his head. The Druse believe, as some other cultures do, that birthmarks are related to past-life deaths. When the boy was old enough to talk, he told his family he had been killed by a blow to the head with an axe.

It is customary for elders to take a child at the age of 3 to the home of his previous life if he remembers it. The boy knew the village he was from, so they went there. When they arrived in the village, the boy remembered the name he had in his past life.

A village local said the man the boy claimed to be the reincarnation of had gone missing four years earlier. His friends and family thought he may have strayed into hostile territory nearby as sometimes happens.

The boy also remembered the full name of his killer. When he confronted this man, the alleged killer’s face turned white, Lasch told Hardo, but he did not admit to murder. The boy then said he could take the elders to where the body was buried. In that very spot, they found a man’s skeleton with a wound to the head that corresponded to the boy’s birth mark. They also found the axe, the murder weapon.

Faced with this evidence, the murderer admitted to the crime. Dr. Lasch, the only non-Druse, was present through this whole process. via epoch times

Related:

1. Scientist proves 'Death is an illusion' reincarnation and afterlife
2. Ohio Man claims he visited Heaven during near-death experience
3. Pineal Gland 'Third Eye' the Seat of our Soul

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