Output – Historical Shifting (Type Gray)

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  1. What Am I? (Type Gray)
  2. Psychic “Ability” (Type Gray)
  3. Psi, ESP, & Clairvoyance (Type Gray)
  4. Dreams, Impressions, & Hallucinations (Type Gray)
  5. Clairvoyant Simulation (Type Gray)
  6. Input – Clairvoyant Simulation (Type Gray)
  7. Output – Probability Shifting (Type Gray)
  8. Output – Historical Shifting (Type Gray)
  9. Changing the Past (Type Gray)
  10. Intention (Type Gray)
  11. Adaptive or Directive? (Type Gray)
  12. Input & Output Clairvoyant Simulation (Type Gray)
  13. People, Places, Objects, & Ideas (Type Gray)
  14. Precognition & Probability Shifting (Type Gray)
  15. Real-Time Clairvoyance (Type Gray)
  16. Postcognition & Historical Shifting (Type Gray)
  17. Psychic Episodes (Type Gray)
  18. Different Modes of Clairvoyant Simulation (Type Gray)
  19. Other Terms for Clairvoyant Simulation (Type Gray)
  20. You Are Not Alone: CS (Type Gray)
  21. Magical Thinking & Psychic Confusion (Type Gray)
  22. The Difference Between Types of ESP (Type Gray)
  23. Having Doubts:CS (Type Gray)
  24. Psychokinesis (Type Gray)
  25. Forms of Psychokinesis (Type Gray)
  26. PK or CS Healer? (Type Gray)
  27. Science Crash Course (Type Gray)
  28. Autokinesis (Type Gray)
  29. PK Thermal Influence (Type Gray)
  30. PK Light Influence (Type Gray)
  31. PK Electrical Influence (Type Gray)
  32. You Are Not Alone: Auto-PK (Type Gray)
  33. Probability Shifting or Autokinesis? (Type Gray)
  34. Having Doubts? (Type Gray)
  35. 1 Last Question (Type Gray)
  36. Ninja jk


Historical shifting. This gets even weirder because quantum mechanics is by its very nature “absurd.” In the case of the baseball, right before you hit the ball, each possible event (#1,2,3,4) all existed as possible events, as probabilities.

Well, after you hit that ball, that event was set in history, and we cannot change the past right? WRONG! Historical probability shifting can happen, and therefore, someone in the present can alter the past. In this case, you may have hit that ball in the infield, but after you hit the ball you can shift that event to hitting it into the outfield, striking out, or hitting a foul ball.

listThis weird effect can be better understood in a study where students were given a list of words to remember and then given a surprise recall test to list the words they remembered.

Then, a computer selected some of the words at random and the students were asked to practice those words by typing them over and over again.

The result of this study was that the words the computer choose at random, the practice words, were recalled more than the words the computer did not select in the surprise recall test.


“So wait, let me get this straight, if I take a test in school and didn’t study well enough for it and think I might get a bad grade, I can just go home and study for it and I’ll get a better grade?”


retrocausealitySince effects like this (retro-active or retro-casual priming and reversed rehearsal) are fairly new topics, and we don’t yet entirely understand them and how they work yet.

So don’t worry if it doesn’t make any sense now, it probably never will entirely, but we will talk about this more later on in this course just to give you a better understanding of what may be going on.

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