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Contextual Universal Information
The method utilized by experients of extrasensory perception in regards to clairvoyant phenomena is comprehensible via the convergence of the mechanics and laws pertaining to the universal information system and the experient. Since the system is theoretical, so too is its and the experients natural laws and mechanics.
Contextual information refers to historical events (times, places, associated objects or events, and other contextual information) that can be explicitly or implicitly accessed. The formation of new contextual information requires the utilization of several information structures. Without the utilization of these structures, the system would be unable to form new procedural processes.
This subset stores new procedural processes without storing relative events during which the system learned these processes resulting in different experient search parameters for information regarding event and process.
Information is stored in several different ways, and is moved from one area of the system to the other based on how long the system is aware of the information or what type of information it has obtained (probabilistic, real-time or historical).
All information eventually is consolidated as historical information. This is due to the system requiring the removal of outdated time sensitive information from select areas to increase its efficiency to obtain and process new information.
Experients of clairvoyant phenomena of a younger age bracket tend to access conceptual information more so than contextual information, while adults tend to access the two types equally.
While research shows experients receptive primarily to conceptual information appear to obtain and comprehend conceptual information regardless of awake or trance levels, experients receptive primarily to contextual information appear to obtain less information as trance levels increase.
Experients in higher trance states tend to receive only conceptual information void of any contextual information.
(Adapted from the book “Clairvoyance: A Quantum Approach” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)