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I want to know if its possible to receive thoughts from others without them conciously sending. And, is it possible to send thoughts to people without them conciously receiving?
If so, how is this done?
Telepathy (some pronounce it as Tell-eh-peh-th-ee but it is Tell-eh-path-ee...tomato tomattoh) is being able to instigate a comunication link between you and another person regardless of their ability. Usually a person will notice a sent communication from the Telepath as a thought from thier own head. Vica Versa a Telepath with notice a recieved thought as thought from their own head similar to the way that you discribed above. Now after ALOT of training it is easier to "hear" the subtle differences in the thoughts that are yours as a Tellepath and the thoughts that are searched out and/or recieved. It is much easier to send/recieve thoughts from a source/person who has a connection of trust that goes both ways. trust is VERY key to being able to "get into someones head". The easiest and simplest way to go about using this ability is to "ask" permission to enter their thoughts and pull out things or to "ask" to give them a thought. Now by "ask" i don't mean to actually say, "Would you let me read some of your thoughts..." cause that will not be easily met well. I mean to send a "title page" for your "message/transmission/request" that is that very question. With training you can feel for the reply and notice the "doors of thier mind" open to let you in to do what you requested to do. The moment you deviate from your initial request you could get shut out. Any way i have studied for a long time and am able to help with questions on this subject. thnx
I apologize if this seams like a boast i just wanted to inform you that i am able to help you in your reasearch of and learning about Telepathy.
I just want to say I have no prior experience in mind reading but I can recall one major instance of being able to read a mind.
It was last summer and my boyfriend and I were at a GreyHound station waiting for our next bus and he was a good 15 feet away from me in the smoking section and it was noisy and very crowed. Then out of nowhere I swear I heard him say I love you. So I screamed back I love you too. When he finished his smoke he came over to me and said "I didn't say I love you. I thought it."
And there have been other times where I'll be talking with a few of my friends and I get feelings of what they are going to say.
I have a link on telepathy research that may be of interest.http://www.unexplainedstuff.com/Mysteries-of-the-Mind/ESP-Researchers-Te...
I hope it helps expand understanding on this subject.
When I was little, I was hardcore into alien phenomenon. I\'d stay up late and watch so many alien shows I would be scared to stand outside in my backyard at night \'cause I was SURE I would get abducted. (Then I saw a show on History Channel that said aliens never abduct Mexicans, and I\'m half-Mexican, so I was like, \'\'Okay, what now? Will they only half abduct me then?!\'\' o.o) Good times! o.o;
I\'ve heard about it. (Just about anything you can imagine has been correlated to aliens, though). I don\'t have any decisive opinion as to whether aliens visiting Earth and exploiting its human inhabitants is a reality at this point, but I\'m open to the idea. I\'d certainly like to know if they are, and it thus I have my eyes and ears open.
It could be possible that aliens /did/ give us (if maybe only inadvertently?) psionic abilities, among other things, going on the theory that they tampered with the entire human gene pool a long time ago.
I\'ve always thought that the power we have over the earth\'s energies was very natural, though (one thing to consider with that is that many people believe animals to possess some psionic capability as well; so we humans wouldn\'t be alone there). I think it\'s more likely that they\'re merely stimulating those abilities in abductees for some reason. Maybe it\'s just a part of the whole grand experiment that they\'ve got going on, or it could be that the telepathy reportedly involved between human and alien during the encounter unintentionally triggers something in the human\'s brain that causes them to exhibit all kinds of increased psionic ability. Maybe the aliens /have/ to stimulate that part of the human brain in order to communicate (and what happens after all that are just the side effects thereof).
Interesting post. I\'m still watching the videos. The guy does sound honest in his telling, and his story is rather complex.
[!--quoteo--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE [/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]I\'m still watching the videos. The guy does sound honest in his telling, and his story is rather complex.
That\'s what dazzled me. You can\'t make stuff like that up! But I have a problem with his story, it contradicts other stories I have read. So, I don\'t know who to believe. Maybe they\'re all the telling the truth in their own sense. Of course, no one knows anything for sure, even the people that have communicated directly with them.
Time will tell!
That\'s what poked at me a bit too. I\'ve heard lots of other alien abduction stories that don\'t quite match up with his. Then again, there could be a few reasons for this:
- I personally don\'t think ALL alien abduction reports are definitely genuine. Sleep paralysis is a reality. Irresponsible hypnotists doing stupid things to their clients is a reality. Stupid people making up random stupid stories is commonplace.
- He refers to MANY different races of aliens with many different \"agendas\". They probably all look different and are doing different things to people.
- Jim Sparks is an abductee veteran of sorts, and claims to have earned the trust of his alien captors, thus opening him up to a wealth of more willing information from them (they even gave him a \"gift\" at one point, seemingly out of gratitude).
- Abductees are forced to \'\'forget\'\' their experiences. Human memory is never reliable as it is, and trying to sort out details from a deliberately muddled memory would be difficult for the average abductee.
The mention of \"reptilians\" with the copious use of the word \"agenda\" just makes me cringe because I think of that schizophrenic David Icke guy and his cult. That\'s the one thing that bothers me.
I completely agree with you on everything you said.
[!--quoteo--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE [/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]The mention of \"reptilians\" with the copious use of the word \"agenda\" just makes me cringe because I think of that schizophrenic David Icke guy and his cult. That\'s the one thing that bothers me.
AHH!! DON\'T EVEN MENTION THAT GUY!!! He\'s so far out there, you know?! Have you been to his website? It\'s a breeding ground for false information! I wish he would just shut his mouth and not pollute the minds of naive individuals.
Anyway...I think Jim Sparks is a credible guy, however. I\'m glad I saw the video series.
On a similar note, have you heard the reports about the \"Nordic\" aliens? That supposedly look just like us...only they\'re a lot better than us. [img src=\"style_emoticons/[#EMO_DIR#]/dry.gif\" style=\"vertical-align:middle\" emoid=\"
Yes, I\'ve been to Icke\'s website. Watched a few documentaries on the guy as well. There\'s a dude with some serious issues.
Jim Sparks sounds very honest. As to quiet any suspicion in regards to him advertising and selling books and DVDs, I pause to consider how much money it would cost for him just to publish those books and get those DVDs produced. He\'s probably not profiting much from selling them. He actually lost his dayjob over this alien situation.
Are the \'\'Nordic aliens\'\' those blonde, blue eyed ones that wear silvery clothing?
I don\'t know what the Nordics wear. I\'m not going to spit out any random guesses...it seems like they\'d wear some kind of futuristic jump suit! [img src=\"style_emoticons/[#EMO_DIR#]/tongue.gif\" style=\"vertical-align:middle\" emoid=\":P\" border=\"0\" alt=\"tongue.gif\" /]
And I don\'t know anything about their physical details, just that I know that they appear like normal humans, but with much more sensitive senses, they\'re smarter than us, and they are spiritually on a higher level than us. This is all according to the information I\'ve researched.
But here\'s an interesting fact: in Europe, alien abductees report seeing Nordics about 85% percent of the time, while seeing Greys about 10% of the time, and something else 5% of the time (rough approximations). While, in the Americas, it\'s the opposite, Greys are reported 85% of the time, Nordics 10% of the time, and something else 5% of the time. (Again, approximations that are close to real statistics I\'ve researched)
Now how do you explain that?
While we\'re on the subject of different species, I think both you should watch this video: [a href=\"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2lkJypja6c\" target=\"_blank\"][url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2lkJypja6c]http://www.youtube.com/watch?...
This video is from The Disclosure Project (my sig). It is the man Clifford Stone speaking. He was the man that was the communication between the ETs and us, from what was said about him in interviews. He touches on the Nordics in the beginning. You only need to watch from the beginning to the 2:00 minute mark. He says there were 57 catalogued species of ETs.
Your thoughts, Noisy Ghost, redefine?
Now, redefine, I don\'t know what to think about the hostility of ETs. I\'ve heard stories all over the map, from all types of people. But I do have one piece of information that is consistent across many reports: it seems, according the many abductee reports, that the Nordics are some of the most friendly, loving, brotherly beings out there. That\'s the only information that I can seem to find that is actually consistent in all of my research. But I can\'t find any consistent information on Greys, Reptillians, etc. I get different stories everytime with those guys.
Nothing immediate comes to mind regarding the abduction statistics... (it\'s true that they really don\'t abduct Mexicans, right? o.o My anti-abduction strategy goes something like this: they abduct me, I pull an Emily Rose. I willfully abandon every shred of human sanity I have ever had. My captors behold an Oscar-winning performance of a person both ravaged by psychosis and possessed by Satan. I froth at the mouth, contort my body in extremist ways, make hellish half-animal noises, swear profusely, scream bloody murder. It freaks them out so bad they just drop me wherever they can and never come back. They won\'t even bother beaming me down gently. They\'ll drop me down into a random field - PLOP - anywhere, and haul ass. I\'ll lay there a few minutes first. There will probably be cows. Then I brush myself off and go home. >.> )
It could be that \'\'abduction rights\'\' were sanctioned off to different races at one point. If Jim Sparks\' claims are true and the human race is regarded much like a crop, or cattle, it could be that this human resource is being used by many different races for different things. Certain aliens may have more jurisdiction over groups of humans in one area over the other. In that case it would seem that the Greys are ultimately in charge, though. As if we\'re /their/ crop, and they\'re just lending us out.
Has Clifford Stone communicated with all 57 races? Have we met and directly encountered all of them, or do we just know of them? It would be pretty amazing to have the opportunity to talk with each of those races. Challenging though too, I imagine.
People are going to interpret the level of niceness or hostility that the different aliens pose in their own ways. Regardless if any of the races have \'\'the best intentions\'\' for us, it\'s certainly not humbling to be considered cattle-like, highly undignifying to be abducted, and such experiences have got to be terrifying in any instance. The truth isn\'t always pleasant, and humans are highly xenophobic as it is.
I think Redefine\'s points are very interesting, regarding religion/mysticism and aliens. That\'s always tapped at my curiosity too. I\'ve seen a few documentaries now detailing religious figures and their encounters with strange, wise beings and balls of light.
When Clifford Stone talks about the 57 races (remember, that was 20 years ago. There could be plenty more today), I don\'t think that they are all highly intelligent, like the Greys, Nordics, etc. They could be like animals that we encounter daily, with the exception that they are ETs.
About the deal with aliens and religion...I don\'t know what to think...If you read this (and I highly recommend you do): [a href=\"http://wiretap.area.com/Gopher/Library/Fringe/Ufo/majority.txt\" target=\"_blank\"][url=http://wiretap.area.com/Gopher/Library/Fri...fo/majority.txt]http://wire... ... jority.txt[/url][/a] , it talks briefly about how aliens relate to religion (as well as LOTS of other disclosed info). It says that the aliens claim to have made all major religions, and that they made Jesus. But, then it later says this: \"The EBE\'s claim to have created Christ, which, in view of the \'Grand Deception\', could be an effort to disrupt traditional values for undetermined reasons.\" This article is a little hard to believe because some of it (the alien\'s intentions) is in conflict with other sources. However, it seems very reliable, it is John Lear, who is supposedly a well respected individual in the alien conspiracy realm. So, I don\'t have any sort of view on aliens and religion besides \"maybe.\" But speaking of balls of light... [a href=\"http://youtube.com/watch?v=-MLvq73TX94&feature=related\" target=\"_blank\"][url=http://youtube.com/watch?v=-MLvq73TX94&feature=related]http://youtube.co...
[!--quoteo--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE [/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]People are going to interpret the level of niceness or hostility that the different aliens pose in their own ways. Regardless if any of the races have \'\'the best intentions\'\' for us, it\'s certainly not humbling to be considered cattle-like, highly undignifying to be abducted, and such experiences have got to be terrifying in any instance. The truth isn\'t always pleasant, and humans are highly xenophobic as it is.
[!--quoteo--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE [/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]It could be that \'\'abduction rights\'\' were sanctioned off to different races at one point. If Jim Sparks\' claims are true and the human race is regarded much like a crop, or cattle, it could be that this human resource is being used by many different races for different things. Certain aliens may have more jurisdiction over groups of humans in one area over the other. In that case it would seem that the Greys are ultimately in charge, though. As if we\'re /their/ crop, and they\'re just lending us out.
That seems very plausible!
While I do hesitate to spark anything of a religious debate, if this strange and controversial THEORY is indeed true, I think the EBE\'s claim of \'\'creating Jesus\'\' could very well be a potent tactical ploy on their end. How alarming would that be for a hardcore Christian, to have everything they\'ve ever believed in suddenly shattered by the mere existence of a higher alien race, and /then/ to be told that? Nobody created God! Such a notion would be undermining the very foundations of Christianity. If God is not omnipotent, there just can\'t be a god. While I doubt anything other than panic and vicious denial would ensue as a result of such a declaration (and I don\'t think the aliens would have actually \'\'created Jesus\'\' in such a scenario, they\'d be lying), I think the idea would be to try and stamp out powerful religious groups in the hopes of freeing humanity to move forward philosophically and scientifically. So many of our political and international conflicts derive from our religious beliefs, particularly when they clash with other religions (but of course not always -- sometimes religions clash within themselves because no one within them can agree on how to interpret anything). Our gods hate other races, or other genders, or homosexuals, or whatever strikes our fancy as to hate, and it is thus we\'re prevented from coming together and cooperating for the better welfare of our people and our planet. Ignorance runs rampant with paranoia, fear, superstition. Sometimes it commits us to terrible acts of war and violence. The pursuit of our most basic and fundamental sciences has been hindered dramatically. Think of all the terrible things that happened to early astronomers, Galileo being just a single example. In my home country, the United States, a country proud to boast its superior intelligence and careful separation of church and state, we\'ve somehow managed to break down intellectually to a point where the topic of evolution, (along with its very /cruxes/ : DNA, genealogy, natural selection...), is now being banned from our educational system and is replaced instead with feverish discussion of Biblical mythology. Our gods tell us that humans are the most important creatures in the world, and our plants, our animals, our entire ecosystems are suffering, and we\'re suffering too. Our minds and our spirits are sufferings so badly, and the planet is /dying/ because we just can\'t get our heads out of the clouds. It\'s a horrible state of affairs. It\'s been going on for millions of years and we just can\'t stop it.
As any UFOlogist or alien researcher soon discovers: the truth is not always pleasant. The dissolving of all superstitious and religious influence, if that were possible in our evolution as a species at this point, would probably be the most traumatic change of all. And yet, in order to come to terms with our place in the universe and fully grasp our abilities as individuals and as a society, I personally believe it would be wholly necessary. The Greys may see that too.
Thus the deliberately touchy claims they\'d be making, if they were to make them.
So what are your thoughts about the crop circles? If communications between aliens and the United States are all covert, why would the aliens be throwing something as strange and elaborate as that right out in the open?
Interesting thoughts on the alien/religion question. I think before we discuss if this claim is true or not (or even if it is true that they even claimed that), we need to know what their intentions are. According to Jim Sparks, they\'re enviromentalists! That doesn\'t correspond to the claim of creating all major religions. Though, your thoughts may fit in here. They don\'t want religion to seperate us, so it would eliminate/lessen war. But, if they did tell us that, it might even spring up more war, through denial, anger, etc., like you said. Here\'s part of my view: if they really have been watching us for thousands of years, and they created religion during humanity\'s infancy, why would they now be telling us that all religions are false? Again, this all reverts back to if they even did claim they created religion (some human lied), and if they did, if they really did create religion.
My thoughts on crop circles. Well, I think the ETs realize that we can see them (UFO sightings, abduction reports, disclosed info, etc.), and I think that\'s what they eventually want. They know that we know that they\'re here, and they want to have communication with us. Not with just the government, but with the people, too. I heard about this book called The Greys, I forgot who the author was, and it said that the Greys were trying to make a human that would have the intelligence and the mind to be able to accept and communicate with the Greys (because most people wouldn\'t want to have a discussion with little green men), and they would make this person by mating certain people together because they both have the genes that are needed for this person. I don\'t know where the guy got the story. I don\'t know anything about him. So back to the crop circles, obviously many of them are hoaxes, like I\'ve seen ones that have Pac-Man and a ghost, or the Firefox symbol, etc. But the genuine ones, I think, are communications to people besides the government (especially scientists and UFOlogists).
Did you read that disclosure document by John Lear I put in my last post? It said that there were alien bases IN THE EARTH, ON THE EARTH, and ON THE MOON! Supposedly, and according to Clifford Stone, as well, there are bases that aliens and humans share. I can\'t imagine what they\'d be doing in such a place. They also claim to know of bases that are for aliens only. Of course, we have our own bases, too.
Even some animals are \'\'superstitious\'\'. Just a peek in any anthropology or psychology textbook will tell you that humans don\'t need alien intervention to form elaborate religious beliefs. I\'m not saying that the aliens would have actually created religion, only that they\'d say that they did.
Redefine\'s point was very interesting though. Our entire religious history has read like a UFO story. Grays could have certainly have taken advantage of our existing religious beliefs to push and pull us in different directions, intervening only occasionally and attributing it to one of our deities. (This may have also caused some confusion among the humans reporting the information).
While they do seem to dominate the planet, maybe it\'s not Grays that are responsible for crop circles? If we\'re not ready to see or communicate with them, there\'d be no good in trying to throw us a line like that so soon, even if we could figure out everything they\'re trying to say through them.
I did read through the John Lear document. Not too sure about the alien bases, and certainly not ones on the moon...surely our astronomers would have noticed something on or around the moon. I could see burying one in the earth, if they were to take it under the ocean. USO\'s come to mind.
Ahh USOs, creepy stuff. It seems there would have to be some kind of alien base underneath the water for the USOs to go. They can\'t just wait in the water.
I still think Greys are responsible for many crop circles. Look at this: [a href=\"http://www.allthatis.co.uk/crop/alien.jpg\" target=\"_blank\"][url=http://www.allthatis.co.uk/crop/alien.jpg]http://www.allthatis.co.uk/cro... That cirle thing next to the Grey is a binary code. The code says something along the lines of \"Believe there is good out there,\" \"Don\'t loose hope,\" etc. It appeared in one night, so I highly doubt that any amount of people would be able to make that crop circle that perfectly in one night, without leaving any other sort of marking in the crops.
Well, about the bases on the moon, I\'ve seen videos about how they have to take out all the alien buildings from photographs. Also, in the Disclosure Project, there is one guy in it that says he was the person that would deal with the alien buildings on the moon or something like that. Don\'t underestimate the power of the gov.
Also, (this is a little hard to believe, I don\'t believe it myself) I saw a video supposedly taken by Armstrong while on the moon, that showed him and someone else walking around (well, hoping, because it\'s the moon) in an alien base.
Noisy, I don\'t get what you\'re saying here: [!--quoteo--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE [/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]I\'m not saying that the aliens would have actually created religion, only that they\'d say that they did.
But the other parts I get. It does seem possible that the ETs only manipulated our beliefs once we set up our own, like you said.
I think something is going to happen sometime soon (NO NOT 2012!!), pressure seems to be rising about this secret. I can just imagine the government disclosing massive amounts of classified information.
[What I meant by that earlier statement was that, IF the report of that claim were true, then I don\'t think aliens created our religions, but they\'d be lying and telling us that anyway to help move us along. ]
Is it only the US government that\'s been in direct contact with UFOs? If so, they wouldn\'t have any jurisdiction over the photos taken of the moon by other countries, or even just private organizations on the homefront.
I highly doubt that Lance Armstrong found an alien base there...although, I did go to high school with his grandson, who at one point said (in reference to talking to his grandfather about his trip to the moon in general), \'\'he doesn\'t like to talk about it...\'\' XD
The idea behind the crop circle is very beautiful. I\'d like to believe that one is a genuine alien creation. Still, as large and complex as it is...I didn\'t think Grays had any artistic value of any kind. They would seriously crop-circle-draw a picture of themselves? It\'s gorgeous anyway.
Our world is probably not in the best of shape to be coping with the presence of aliens right now. I think it would take a very serious global emergency before they stepped in (...that event could be the complete and total depletion of all our oil, which would be well within our lifetimes). Could be soon.
Yet I\'ve always wondered if perhaps those that pursue \'\'the truth\'\' from the government are being too arrogant, too foolhardy in their efforts. We as investigators and truth seekers may be ready, but who are we to choose this for the entire world? The revelation of alien life and its lifelong interaction with this planet could be catastrophic. Imagine not only the anarchy but the fear, an epidemic of depression, the death...who are we to make the decision that this is \'\'right\'\' just because its \'\'the truth\'\'? That this is what /everyone/ on the planet would want?
Part of me has always had sympathy for the government in this situation. What if it\'s not about the power, or the technology...what if the aliens were actually hostile, and they /threatened/ the government not to reveal them? What if the government can\'t reveal anything no matter what, because it would mean the destruction of the world?
If I were a world leader, I would do only what was best for my people, even if that meant hiding the truth of something terrifying...until the time was right.
[!--quoteo--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE [/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]highly doubt that Lance Armstrong found an alien base there
Neil Armstrong. [img src=\"style_emoticons/[#EMO_DIR#]/tongue.gif\" style=\"vertical-align:middle\" emoid=\":P\" border=\"0\" alt=\"tongue.gif\" /]
To Intrepid: Of course there is a lot we don\'t know, and there is a lot we think we know, so of course there are going to be crazy interpretations of the ETs. Some people worship them. [img src=\"style_emoticons/[#EMO_DIR#]/ohmy.gif\" style=\"vertical-align:middle\" emoid=\":o\" border=\"0\" alt=\"ohmy.gif\" /]
[!--quoteo--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE [/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]Is it only the US government that\'s been in direct contact with UFOs?
It doesn\'t seem so from what you stated, I never thought of that. Also, sometime close to WWII, the Nazis were making UFO-like crafts. Obviously, there was some kind of connection between the Nazi crafts, and actual UFOs.
[!--quoteo--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE [/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]They would seriously crop-circle-draw a picture of themselves?
I thought the same thing.
[!--quoteo--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE [/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]i\'m skeptical of that one though, binary code is arbitrary and man made, not universal, especially when we\'re talking about letters and words. if i were trying to communicate, i\'d try to get it across using maths and geometry (there are crop circles that resemble magnetrons from microwaves, among other things)
The US sent out a transmission to space in binary code. It\'d only be natural to reply in binary code. Of course, they would have to learn how to write in binary code, which would be easy for a creature that can easily travel across the universe.
If I was a world leader, I\'d be crapping my pants! I wouldn\'t know what to do! So I think it\'s good that they keep it a secret for now. They can\'t just keep it a secret for a couple decades, then all of a sudden tell everyone that they were lying, aliens exist, they\'re really smart, etc.
Anyway, I want to get back to how ETs might relate to psionics. Jim Sparks mentioned that they did phasing (if I remember correct), PK, TP, controlled everything in UFOs using their mind, and obviously they could do other stuff. So, according to JS, psionics is really easy for them, considering they use it like we use our hands. If they could do all that stuff, then if they were to be exposed to everyone of Earth, it would totally change our way of life completely. I would bet if that event happened (aliens were exposed), psionics would be accepted into science. This would cause disaster. Imagine if everyone could know future events, bend metal, affect random events, and more. Lots of those things wouldn\'t be compatable with our current way of life. One example: a student (just suppose that he/she can do psionics as easily as using his/her hands) could use telepathic suggestion on a teacher to give him/her straight A\'s. Another: terrorists could use RV to locate a target at any time. You see what I\'m saying?
Pff! Yes, /Neil/ Armstrong is who I meant. Knew that sounded wrong when it came out. XP
As to Intrepid\'s line of thought: it could be that aliens possess a much, much more powerful degree of psionic ability than humans do. I\'ve heard the claim a few times now that even their crafts are powered entirely via their minds. There are also questions as to how they could travel as fast, and as far, as they already have to reach us, and it could be that they have incredible teleportation abilities, and can affect timespace with great skill and efficiency. It sounds almost unbearably wild to us, but it very well could be a reality for them.
In which case, their telepathy may not be as relatively rudimentary as ours. They may be capable of doing much more than just projecting and receiving images or emotions or even concepts. They could be capable of just flat out sinking deep into a subjects\' subconscious, extracting absolutely everything -- images, emotions, thoughts, concepts, memories, motives, fears, beliefs, intentions, all perceptions -- configuring a customized language of out of it, and translating it back to the subject in a flawless way that he/she understands.
A prowess inconceivable to even the most ambitious of humans. Ordinary for the average alien? If certain theories be true, they gave us only a fraction of their DNA.
[!--quoteo--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE [/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]If you say that everyone could do this type of thing, then what you must remember is that EVERYONE can do it. If the student you mention is capable of using telepathic suggestion to that extent and psionics has been accepted into science, then it\'s likely the teacher can probably look after him/herself well enough psionically to notice and do something about it, or have some shields in place to stop that kind of thing already. If psionics is exclusive to people who know about it and train hard, then it\'s harder for others to do anything about it, but if everyone is equally as capable... then the playing field is once again levelled.
Hmm...OK...bad example...What about the terrorists using RV example? You can\'t really \"defend\" against RV. Or, a criminal that stops someones heart through PK. Man, if we could do psionics that well, they\'d be no need for guns anymore! Our minds would be our weapons!
[!--quoteo--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE [/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]There are also questions as to how they could travel as fast, and as far, as they already have to reach us, and it could be that they have incredible teleportation abilities, and can affect timespace with great skill and efficiency. It sounds almost unbearably wild to us, but it very well could be a reality for them.
Didn\'t Jim Sparks say that they could be in 2 dimensions at once (of course, as always, I take Jim Sparks\'s claims with a grain of salt)
I\'ve heard one claim from some man, can\'t remember his name, and he said that some UFOs were living creatures...like huge freaking monsters that fly around and are invisble to the naked eye becuase they can only be seen in infared. He actually made a good argument if the pictures he showed were real...though it\'s hard to believe... [a href=\"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYMKR620i30\" target=\"_blank\"][url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYMKR620i30]http://www.youtube.com/watch?... Said something about being native to Earth.