What on Earth is Psychokinesis?

Psychokinesis is the psychic ability to move objects through an exercise of the human mind, either consciously or unconsciously. The word, psychokinesis, literally means soul movement (psyche- soul; kinesis- movement). Some of the earliest hard-core scientific research revolving around psychokinesis began at Duke University with the famed researcher, J. B. Rhine, who developed some of the first statistical protocols for analyzing ESP phenomena. His interest in psychokinesis began when he began...

What on Earth is Telekinesis?

Telekinesis is also known as psychokinesis or (PK), which is the moving of objects using just your mind with no other physical contact involved. This is probably the rarest ability because very few have been able to demonstrate such ability and skeptics pretty much don't believe in it at all. However, it still generates interest and there have been a few modern studies in this phenomenon to the point that in this modern age, the term remote influencing is being used more and more instead of...

Psychic or Medium – Determining the Difference

Everybody is capable of working on a psychic level. Some call this our sixth sense. When man was evolving it was this special sense that kept him safe. It was an inner knowing, a gut feeling that helped protect us and survive danger. Animals still use this sense. You might like to think of it as being akin to instinct. The psychic level is our link with 'the ethos', the Universe, where all knowledge can be sought. It is perfectly possible to develop this ability through finding a development...

The Nephilim – Fallen Angels or Alien Beings?

The sons of the gods, who came down from the heavens, to take the Daughters of Adam, then plant their seed, to bear their children. . . . I am not a Christian: I am a Unitarian Universalist. However, I do not feel that I need to be Christian to appreciate the worth of the Old Testament as a historical and cultural document, and to find the conclusions even some Christian writers are drawing from these stories of interest when combined with the research of people such as Stitchen and others....

Russian DNA Discoveries

Explaining the Advent of  Human 'Paranormal' Events - Esoteric and spiritual teachers have known for ages that our body is programmable by language, words and thought. This has now been scientifically proven and explained. The human DNA is a biological Internet and superior in many aspects to the artificial one. The latest Russian scientific research directly or indirectly explains phenomena such as clairvoyance, intuition, spontaneous and remote acts of healing, self healing, affirmation...

The Exorcist – The Truth Behind the Film

Most people have either read the book (1971) or seen the film (1973) '"The Exorcist," where a young girl named Regan MacNeil was thought to be possessed by demons. However, in reality this film was based on the true life events surrounding a boy named Roland Doe. This story became the inspiration for one of the most popular horror films of all time. The writer, William Peter Blatty, became inspired to write this book after he discovered there were diaries of the exorcism, written by the Jesuit...

The Sixth Sense

Over the years of investigating paranormal phenomenon, I'm sometimes faced with what seems to be a "dead end." When this happens, many paranormal investigators simply give up, while others turn to the aid of psychics, clairvoyants, or sensitives to get some badly needed clues and hopefully some answers. It is a common practice with even the best metropolitan police departments like New York City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, and Atlanta, or government agencies like the NSA, the FBI, the CIA,...

Seeking the Truth – Find a Psychic!

There's no doubt about it, psychics have gotten a bad rap! From charlatans scamming obscene amounts of money out of the innocent believers to Miss Cleo raking in the desperate and lonely hearts in the wee hours of the morning, how can the REAL psychics be found? Honest, authentic, dedicated and helpful psychics do exist. There are those of us devoted to serving our fellow man & woman ... working tirelessly from a place of love to help people find their way and to know their brilliance in...

OBE – Out-of-Body Experience

From skeptical point-of-view an Out-of-body experience is a fascinating topic. The idea that we can leave our physical body and allow our consciousness to roam free on a non-physical plane of existence is liberating for some, scary for others, and just plain impossible to believe for the rest of us. But is out-of-body experience genuine? Can it be scientifically proven? I recently learned of a group at OpenSourceScience.net investigating out-of body experiences (O.B.E.s) from an objective...

A Chronical of Sylvia Browne’s Failures

Here is a list of known cases where Sylvia Browne made her predictions public. The names are in alphabetical order with brief descriptions of Browne’s case predictions and the facts regarding the outcome of the case. (When noted, some of the outcomes have already been covered in the article in more detail.) CASE – Erica Baker. November 19, 2003, on Montel. Browne told Erica’s mother “she’s not dead” but in Michigan. Furthermore, Browne claimed someone “sold her for drugs,” and “there was a...

The Lonely Sense – A Fascinating Look at the Psychic Lifestyle

When it comes to my personal views on the unexplained, or more specifically, my greatest interests among those areas of science we call “supernatural,” often the study of reports of strange or out-of-place animals (cryptozoology) and UFOs rank the highest. However, I recently decided to play my proverbial hand and picked up a book sent along to me by Anomalist Books, titled The Lonely Sense: The Autobiography of a Psychic Detective by Robert Cracknell. If you were to read no further than the...

The UK’s Number One Psychic Detective

An Interview with Robert Cracknell by Jari A, Mikkola - In our search for a psychic to interview for The Journal, I was reminded of how difficult it is to locate a 'true' psychic through the myriad of misinformation on the Internet. I looked for a psychic who can actually tap into the minutest remnant of energy of the living (as all living entities on our planet emit energy, much like a signature, or a fingerprint etched into the fabric of time) that reveals exactly what he/she (the psychic)...

The Cardinal Psychic Rules

The Unwritten Cardinal Rules of Psychic Etiquette #1 GET PERMISSION – Do not intentionally "read" someone without their express permission to do so. This one won't be easy, as impression will come from all around you, all the time. Choose what data you receive that you wish to analyze, and keep the rest to yourself. You wouldn't consider reading a friend's journal or diary, or eavesdrop on private conversations. So do no harm and keep your nose clean of their psychic business and you won't...

Are You Psychic?

Since it is believed that we as a human race utilize less than a tenth of our brain capacity, it's worthwhile, and not too outlandish, to ponder that we all have inherent deep rooted psychic abilities. A survival mechanism from when we needed to worry what dangers we could get ourselves into when we went hunting for food 40,000 years ago, and not get eaten by a saber tooth tiger in the bushes. How often have you thought of someone close to you, and the phone rang, only to have it be the person...

The Psychic Within Us All

When someone mentions psychic ability, it's often quite interesting to see how others react. It's a love-hate relationship, that has often been associated with the 'dark arts' and deeply feared, often to the point of ridicule and religious persecution. Yet we must understand that it is part of our very basic senses, very much akin to those we know as the five sense; sight, sound, taste, smell and touch, and often referred to as 'the sixth sense.' Many will often ask, "What does it means to be...

Sylvia Browne’s History of Failure

Mystic faculties are structured in terms of known and unknown outcomes...the only criteria for a correct prediction is that it mostly (but not quite) matches a case referenced in a newspaper, and the criteria for a wrong prediction is that Browne’s claim is the opposite of what actually occurred. The metric for the final accuracy count is based on what is correct compared to the unknown or to totally wrong claims. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate, that in the 115 available cases...