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Telekinesis

Telekinesis is the psychical influence of electromagnetism and electromagnetic fields and the affected behavior and motion of electrically charged particles (objects) vicinal to electromagnetic fields under experient influence. Similarly, Electrokinesis is the general psychical influence of electrons and electrical energy such as fields, charges, currents, and potentials. Electrokinesis is positioned more as a sub-sub-type of psychokinesis, in that it appears to be included in most sub-types of psychokinesis. Electromagnetism is the physics of the electromagnetic field in which exerts force on particles (objects) with the property of electric charge. Electric and magnetic fields are two interrelated aspects of an electromagnetic field and under many circumstances, it is impossible to consider the two separately. (Kelly, 2013)


Etymology

Telekinesis[2] (Greek τῆλε + κίνησις, literally “distant-movement”), sometimes abbreviatedTK.


Modern Usage

As research entered the modern era, it became clear that many different, but related, abilities could be attributed to the wider description of psychokinesis and telekinesis is now regarded as one of the subspecialties of PK. In the 2004 U.S. Air Force-sponsored research report Teleportation Physics Study, the physicist-author Eric Davis, PhD, described the distinction between PK and TK as “telekinesis is a form of PK.”[3]


Subtypes

In regard to telekinesis, there appears to be two subtypes. The first subtype typically involves an electromagnetic feature that is limited to (1) electrical generation (e.g. converting mechanical energy to electrical energy), (2) electromagnetic stimulation (e.g. utilizing electrical energy to direct a series of magnetic pulses through injured tissue whereby each magnetic pulse induces a tiny electrical signal that stimulates cellular repair), and (3) electromagnetic induction (i.e. a change in an electric field generates a magnetic field; conversely a change in a magnetic field generates an electric field), etc. In other words, this first subtype typically does not possess an electrostatic feature. (Kelly, 2013)

However, the second subtype does not appear limited by the influence of just the electromagnetic force, but can also involve the influence of electrostatic phenomena arising from stationary or slow-moving electric charges and electrostatic force in which electric charges exert on each other. In other words, this form appears to include an electromagnetic feature and an electrostatic feature that are all encompassing. The electromagnetic and electrostatic features includes (1) electrical generation (e.g. converting mechanical energy to electrical energy), (2) electromagnetic stimulation (e.g. utilizing electrical energy to direct a series of magnetic pulses through injured tissue whereby each magnetic pulse induces a tiny electrical signal that stimulates cellular repair), (3) electromagnetic induction (i.e. a change in an electric field generates a magnetic field; conversely a change in a magnetic field generates an electric field), and (4) direct current (i.e. continuous flow of electricity). In addition, (5) electrical conduction (i.e. movement or flow of electrically charged particles), (6) electric shock (i.e. the physiological reaction of a biological organism to the passage of electric current through its body), (7) the photo electric effect (i.e. the emission or absorption of electromagnetic radiation i.e. visible light), and (8) static electricity (i.e. a class of phenomena involving the imbalanced charge present on an object, typically referring to charges with voltages of sufficient magnitude to produce visible attraction, repulsion, and sparks), etc. (Kelly, 2013)


Experimentation

Many of the experiments for other types of psychokinesis may be modified for use in experimenting with telekinesis and electrokinesis (e.g. lumokinetic experiments by shifting the focus from photons to electrons, and thermal or biological experiments; as an increase in voltage results in an increase in heat). (Kelly, 2013)


Battery Charging

In this experiment, experients are encouraged to charge re-chargeable batteries and monitor their performance with a quality battery charge tester. Once this has been achieved, experients of stable phenomena are encouraged to work with battery operated electrical devices with rechargeable batteries. Experients should certify that the batteries they are attempting to recharge are indeed incapable of allowing the device to operate (dead). Common device usage includes remote controls and cell phones as they can fulfill a habitual need to charge. (Kelly, 2013)


Random Event Generators

A REG is briefly defined as a device incorporating an element capable of generating a random sequence of outputs and is used in automated tests of psi for generating target sequences. In regard to PK experiments, the REG may itself be the target in which the subject is required to influence. REG’s or RNG’s (random number generators) can include high tech devices utilized in research facilities, publically available REG kits (devices and software) designed for individuals and researchers to conduct their own PK or mind-matter experiments, and even basic commonly available mp3 players with a shuffle option. REG’s and RNG’s are also available online as software and freeware applications, and as applications for smartphones and tablets. In this type of experiment, the experients intention is to influence the generator beyond the mean chance expectation. (Kelly, 2013)


Electromagnetic and Static Fields

An EMF and ESF meter, or detector, is a scientific instrument designed to measure the voltage of objects, or in this experiments case, experients without the need of electric charge transfer. This experiment method is ideal for experients who tend to specialize in static electrical or electromagnetic field influence rather than electrical current flow. This meter can accurately measure the surface potential (voltage) of an experient without making physical contact, whereby eliminating the need for electrostatic charge transfer or loading of the voltage source. Many voltage measurements cannot be made using conventional contacting voltmeters because they require charge transfer, whereby causing loading and modification to the charge of the experient. In other words, any measurement method that requires charge transfer will modify or destroy the actual data. (Kelly, 2013)

The majority of these meters measure the electromagnetic radiation flux density (DC or direct current) or the charge in an electromagnetic field over time (AC or alternating current). For this experiment, an experient will be focusing on direct current. Ideally, the experient will want to obtain an EMF and ESF meter that can detect changes in extremely weak static (DC) electric and magnetic fields with a feature that allows simultaneous monitoring of electric and magnetic fields. Ideally, an experient will want to obtain a meter that is designed to ignore appliances and other manufactured EMF sources, whereby eliminating nearly all false positives and negatives otherwise produced by EMF meters. The magnetic range of the meter should be 0 to 100 Microteslas or 0 to 1,000 mG (milliGauss) – 1 Microtesla = 10 milliGauss – Resolution = 2.5 mG, and the electrical range of the meter should be 0 to 1,000 V / m – Resolution = 3 V / m. (Kelly, 2013)


References

  1. Kelly, Theresa M. (2013) Quantum Psychics – Scientifically Understand, Enhance and Control Your Psychic Ability,
    Charleston, South Carolina USA (ISBN: 9780557034024).
  2. (1994) The New Oxford American Dictionary. New York City: Oxford University Press, p. 1367. ISBN 0-19-517077-6.
  3. Davis, Eric; physicist, Ph.D, U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, 2004. “Teleportation Physics Study”.

Further Reading

  1. Kelly, Theresa M. (2013) Quantum Psychics – Scientifically Understand, Enhance and Control Your Psychic Ability,
    Charleston, South Carolina USA (ISBN: 9780557034024).

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