Extra Sensory Perception: A Natural Function

“Doctor (Jeorge, a famous surgeon with patients in many parts of i in wi>i lil, w.i , finally inveigled into discussing HSP. He shows a some-wluil 11i 111’11*111 pattern in his HSP abilities.

lie not only has a remarkable ability for diagnosis, but he can ■ ■Hi ii Ic>ii-sct- events connected with his patients. He knows when a pallonl i .111 survive .in opeuilion and will benefit by it. He also knows,

……ill tci how fsii’llml I lie prognosis, when a patient cannot survive

iln npi 111 (11 * 11 At 1111 ion lie operates when his consultants on the case ‘ nimlili i II unwise loi a doctor to take the risk of surgery. Such patients iilwnym ipcover.

“On one occasion he had gone to the operating room and his iv,iii inii w!is preparing to make the incision. Dr. George suddenly i 11 iiii’i’11 Ins mliul about where the incision should be made. In spite of tin- piolesls ol Ihe assistant surgeon he marked out the incision in an-•11111 i .nr.i, explaining that they would run into an artery in the area in. Ii li.nl In .i bmi marked out. His associate protested that there i mild mil possibly be an artery in the area. He was bewildered and con-iTimnl that Dr. (Jeorge thought so. However, when the patient was opened up, there was a peculiar anomaly. The artery was in the wrong place II Ihe incision had been made in the first area they would have none into Ihe artery too suddenly to save the patient.”

“I continued to seek out as many people as possible with different types ol Higher Sense Perception and study and evaluate their ability. My friend Vicki finally broke down and described an experience which she had had all her life. From time to time and sometimes for many weeks and months at a time she went regularly to classes at night when she was asleep. She could repeat word for word on awakening the lectures that had been given and describe the class demonstrations which had been made. She rather took it for granted that the material ol these lectures had to be in books available somewhere. The point was

she had not read the books.

“From time to time she read accounts of some new scientific theory or discovery that was in print for the first time, which she had heard about in the ‘night classes1 months or even years previously. She finds this type of experience an interesting phenomenon but says nothing about it. She is the president of a corporation and cannot afford to appear odd in the eyes of other people.

“I finally persuaded her to discuss these classes with me in more detail. She explained that they are different from a dream in that the discourses given by the lecturer are in clear and orderly sequence. At times teaching aids are used or there are laboratory demonstrations. She goes to sleep and seems almost immediately to find herself on the campus or in a building or a classroom of the University. These have been the same buildings and leclure halls through the years. The architecture is simple but not like any building she has seen in waking consciousness.

“The demonstrations or teaching aids are what she calls ‘thought-forms’. The teacher or lecturer instantly brings into manifestation in the air in front of him, three-dimensional models which he can turn and alter at will. The models are instantly enlarged or reduced in size as the teacher desires for demonstrating some point in the lecture.

“When she attends lectures on the atom, schematic models are shown, also models that do not look like anything she has ever seen. These models may be in motion or may be stopped for observation… Vicki’s impression was that the others present were scientists from different countries. The lecture lasted for some time and when she awoke in the morning it took an hour to dictate it word for word.”

“One of my most interesting contacts was with a chemist, a native of the Canary Islands. He spoke English with certain quaint idioms and with a decided accent. He had made some interesting discoveries and someone suggested to me that he might be clairvoyant. Remarks which he had made about his discoveries also suggested this possibility. Early in my conversation with him I asked him point blank if he were clairvoyant. He was astonished and assured me he was not.

“We proceeded to talk for several hours about some of his discoveries. I had just about come to the conclusion that he had no particular Higher Sense Perception when I asked one more leading question. How did he make his discoveries? He replied in his quaint idiom, “Oh, I see me do it.”

“What do you mean, I see me do it?” I enquired, puzzled.

“I see me do it, like TV, like the movies,” he said.

“Do you mean you see it in your mind?” I asked.

“No, no. Like on the wall in front of me. Just like a moving picture on the wall.”

Apparently he thought this was nothing unusual, so I proceeded cautiously.

“I low long have you been able to do this?” I asked.

“Stm i I was very small, in the Canary Islands. Long before there is l V l luve my own TV. I see things in many places, things happening in flu woild like the newscast. I tell my brothers and sisters like stories, mi mv tilings happening in the world, things that really are happening.”

“lie went on to explain that when he was working on some experiment In- ..iw himself in moving pictures on the wall in front of him do-lng things in .1 laboratory that solved the problem on which he was wotklng ”

i ioiii tin -.r stories, and many others, I reached the conclusion that i h lmi ‘.i usury Perception was a natural function of the human psyche mill ii gi 1O1I ileal more common than most people realise.

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