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Ganzfeld Simulation Telepathy Experiment
Telepathy is the psychical influence of thought via experient influence over the biological basis of consciousness and the mental process by which we perceive, act, learn and remember; Including mental forms and processes such as the nervous system in which processes and transmits information by electrochemical signaling.
Sensory deprivation is defined as the deliberate reduction or removal of stimuli from one or more of the senses. Devices utilized for visual and auditory deprivation include blindfolds, noise-canceling headphones, headphones through which white or pink noise is played, white noise machines, fans, etc. Short-terms sessions of sensory deprivation are typically relaxing, psi-conducive, and conducive to meditation. The fourth level of sensory induced hallucinations requires a deep state of meditation.
At this level, thoughts will visually manifest as objects or environments. This level is the ideal level to be obtained by participants in a sensory deprivation-based telepathy experimental setup. When this level is achieved, the prior visual noise will appear to calm and disperse, whereby leaving behind an intense, flat, ordered, blackness. The visual field will become an active space, and experients may feel motion when their eyes are closed.
The opening of the eyes will return the experients back to the physical world, but the experient will still see the object field superimposed over their physical vision. In this state, the experient may appear to see physical objects in which are not actually physically present. It is in this state that many experients of ESP phenomena find themselves throughout the day to day. The Ganzfeld experimental setup is based on the Ganzfeld effect and sensory deprivation.
The Ganzfeld effect is a phenomenon of visual perception caused by an experient staring at an undifferentiated and uniform field of color such as black in a darkened room, red with the eyes closed in a bright room, or white in an outdoor area complexly blanketed with snow. The effect is described as the loss of vision as the experients brain cuts off the unchanging signal from the eyes.
The result, “seeing black,” of which the experient may think he or she has gone blind. This effect is canceled, and vision is returned, when the experient is removed from the darkened room, opens their eyes, or comes across an object of another color. This effect can result in hallucinations and altered states of mind, therefore this effect has be utilized in parapsychological experiments as it has been found for many years to be psi-conducive.
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(Adapted from the book “Telepathy: A Quantum Approach” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)