Telepathy Test Methods in Parapsychology. Telepathy is a short name in the field of parapsychology, ESP (extra sensory perception), and is considered among the types of sensory perception such as precognition * and clairvoyance. Various test methods have been developed in order to find out how telepathic communication is established and how messages are transmitted without any material link between them. Various types of experiments have been developed for this purpose. The two most well known of these are the Zener cards and the Ganzfeld stimulation. Through the experiments conducted, it is tried to determine the elements that affect the telepathic communication between the subjects, the points that weaken and strengthen the telepathic communication. In this case, in which situations telepathy is stronger and in which cases weaker ones are tried to be found.
Telepathy Test Methods in Parapsychology
Zener Cards: It was discovered by Karl Zener in 1920 to be used in ESP tests and started to be remembered by its name. They try to find shapes that are formed in their minds by showing the cards on which they have different shapes. These cards consist of 25 cards, including circle, wave, plus, square and five-point star symbols. From 1930 onwards, experiments were carried out at the Duke University Laboratories to measure how much the symbols on the cards could be seen by the subjects and success was achieved.
Ganzfeld stimulation: In experiments in parapsychology laboratories, the test is given to provide an environment in which the sensory stimuli are minimized to activate the sensory perception. It was started to be used in experiments since 1973. In these experiments, all the perceptions that the subjects could do with the 5 sensory organs were removed from the center to try to focus only on sensory perceptions. In this experiment, it is not known which of the subjects previously activated the sensory perception function, so that any of the sensory, prekognition, telepathy or other sensory perceptions can occur during the experiment. To create the Ganzfeld stimulation, parapsychologists created various cabinets called swimming or isolation cabins, the cabin’s temperature was adjusted to body temperature, sound insulation was provided and the interior was filled with salt water.
Common method: laboratory conditions are not compulsory for telepathy experiments; The most common method of widely practiced telepathy experiments is described as follows: Those who participate in the experiment in a room that is quiet, does not get much light, is very cold or not warm and loosens and concentrates. Some of these people become donors while others become recipients. The shape, image or information to be transmitted during the experiment is determined in advance so that the findings do not change and is only given to the dispenser. During the experiment, buyers concentrate by giving all their attention to the messages they receive, while the sellers focus only on the messages they transmit. After transmission, the receivers transmit the messages they receive on the paper in the front. After this transmission, the confirmation is measured by comparing with the messages of the senders. In this experiment, one out of every five people proved to be a good buyer.
Parapsychologists have found in the results of telepathy experiments that:
Telepathy can not be limited by space and time.
[*] The activity of the transporter (concentration) and the passivity of the recipient influences success.
[*] Animals and plants also have ESP skills.
[*] The results are more successful in those who have ties to each other (mother and child, two lovers, etc.).
*Precognition: The events that may occur in the future may be anticipated or experienced.
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