Psi, ESP & Clairvoyance (Type Black)


Psi, pronounced sigh or like the “sci” in science, is a term for extrasensory perception and psychokinesis combined. First, we will look at what extrasensory perception is, and then we will look at what psychokinesis is.

Extrasensory Perception (ESP) is the reception of information not gained through the recognized physical senses, but sensed by the mind; the reception of information about, or response to, an external event, object, or influence (example: mental or physical; past, present, or future) otherwise than through any of the known sensory channels (example: sight, sound, touch, smell, taste).

Extrasensory perception is assumed the result of the psychic influence of information by way of an experiencer’s influence over the biological basis of conscious awareness and the mental process by which we perceive, act, learn, and remember. This is called Telepathy.

Also, extrasensory perception is assumed the result of the psychic influence of our surrounding conditions and reality, which is assumed as a whole to be a universal information system capable of collecting, storing, and recalling information having to do with the past, current states of objects and events (the present), and figuring out the possible path of future events.

This is called Clairvoyance, and also includes communication with the dead, or Mediumship, and other entities.

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