Internet Telepathy - Does it exist?

People have talked about phone telepathy... The ability to know the phone call is for you... Or you know who is calling you...

But Internet Telepathy? Can you read someones mind from instant messaging on the web, webboards or email?

If the universe is energy and information (as according my interpretation of String Theory) are these 'messages' thought projection transmitted by electrical signals or impluses...

Is possible to start to read someone's mind you correspond with over the internet?...

I say YES :)

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Jul 14, 2006
As you know, Heroes has a telepathic cop.

Now this is a true story: A few years ago, my wife and I were visiting a mall in New Port Richey (or Port Richey) on U.S. l9 and we were sitting at a table in the cafeteria section, relaxing, when I observed an intent young man studying the mall visitors. "This guy looks suspicious," I offhandedly thought to myself, "the police might be interested in him."

For a few seconds I thought idly about something else, when very distinctly I was aware of the thought in my mind, "I am the police." I looked up and the young man was staring very intently at me.I shrugged and made a Gallic gesture as if to reply, "But of course. Who else would you be?"

Since I am not yet prepared to communicate with telepathic cops, the iron curtain slammed down. I think he was trying to communicate something else important. I'll never know.

This was my first experience , that I recall, with actual telepathy. It really exists. How do I know that it wasn't imagination. Well, its the same difference between imagining you have an intruder in your house and really having an intruder in your house.When someone else is in your mind you know there is something there that doesn't belong there.

I think that we'll treat ourselves to a graemlin. :)


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Mar 6, 2009
There's supposed to be all kinds of psychotronic stuff going on. I read a bit on that rock combo Rush, who were supposed to be in touch with that woman Solaris BlueRaven through some CIA sponsored radio thing. They look creepy enough for it, that's for sure. There's a video on her claims on google video. Enter Solaris BlueRaven in the search box.


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Mar 13, 2016
Precognition has been proven as a fact and the test have shown that the average person has about a three second look into the future. This begs the question: If it is real and the average is around three seconds then what are the chances that some people may have much more ability and that our government has found those folks and are using them to gain more power and control?