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Neurological Causation & Postcognitive Processes
Postcognition is the psychical influence of an objective environment termed the universal information system capable of storing, retaining, and recalling information pertaining to the past states of objects, and events.
There have been correlates found between postcognitive phenomena and long-term memory in experients, particularly in regards to psychically received information mediation and association. However, this may suggest a part played by the hippocampus, the basal ganglia, and possibly the temporal cortex, which play important roles in memory, in regards to postcognitive processes.
In other words, these areas could be concluded as at least partially responsible for the mediation and association of information received from Nature involving recorded events, as psychological and physiological conditions caused by injury to these regions of the brain are in correlation with several disorders reported by experients of postcognitive phenomena including severe depression, and in rare cases, epilepsy and schizophrenia.
(Adapted from the book “Clairvoyance: A Quantum Approach” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)