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Neurological Causation & Interpretive Processes
Precognition is the psychical influence of an objective environment termed the universal information system, or Nature, which I assume is capable of probabilistically determining the potential trajectory of future events.
It was once thought that any indeterminism in quantum mechanics occurred at too small a scale to influence biological or neurological systems.
Today there is evidence that nervous systems are indeed indeterministic. This could lead to discoveries pinpointing the nervous system as the means of receiving and transmitting precognitive-based signals.
This could also suggest a part played by the parietal cortex, primarily the posterior parietal lobe in which recent findings have suggested that feelings of “free will” at least partially originate in this area.
This area could be concluded as at least partially responsible for interpreting signals pertaining to future events as neurological disorders caused by injury to this region of the brain are in correlation with several disorders reported by experients of precognitive phenomena including dysgraphia [deficiency in the ability to write], dyscalculis [difficulty in learning or comprehending mathematics], and left-right disorientation.
It is debatable whether or not interpretive/perceptual and recollective capabilities in experients may or may not be associated with cortical arousal. It has been hypothesized that direct increases of cortisol or epinephrine aides in the interpretative and recollective capabilities of experients as so does the stimulation of the amygdala.
This excitement is believed to enhance memory by the stimulation of hormones that affect the amygdala. Cortisol and epinephrine are believed to stimulate other areas of the brain associated with memory to assist with telepathic processes. Excessive or prolonged stress (with prolonged cortisol) may impair memory storage and perceptual/recollective capabilities.
(Adapted from the book “Clairvoyance: A Quantum Approach” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)