Ingo Swann & seeing from a distance
Distance vision is a person’s ability to describe a geographic location thousands of miles away from their physical body. There is not just one person who can do this, several people can do this and this fact has even been verified. The CIA and NSA, in conjunction with Stanford University, were involved for 20 years in the scientific study of parapsychological phenomena, including ‘distant vision’.
During these experiments, several people were able to describe an object that was in another room. In addition, they could also do this with objects that were in a different physical location than where their body was. ( source )
It is like projecting your consciousness to a different location than where the physical body is at that moment.
A publication in the journal Scientific Exploration reported that one of the study participants, Ingo Swann, was able to successfully see and describe a ring around Jupiter. Scientists at that time did not know that this ring existed. ( source 1 ) Ingo was then able to describe the moon and other strange abnormalities within the field of parapsychology by means of ‘seeing at a distance’.
Remote viewing has also been used by certain government agencies. This is why they put huge amounts of money, time and years into researching the study .
Uri Geller & Psychokines
Another good example comes from the work of professional space engineer and physicist Jack Houck. Together with Colonel JB Alexander, he was responsible for a number of sessions in which the validity of psychokinesis was tested.
Psychokinesis is the ability to move objects using the mind. In these sessions, participants were taught how to control psychokinesis using some metal objects. The participants were able to completely bend or deform these metal objects without the use of any physical force. ( source ) ( source )
There are also statements from persons (mainly children) who are able to teleport physical objects from the one location to another.( source†
One notable person was medium Uri Geller, who was able to bend a spoon without exerting any force during a speech in the US Capitol building. The spoon continued to bend after he put it back and continued his speech. ( source )
Regardless of whether you think this is just a hoax or question the validity of what Geller was doing, the fact that consciousness can have some measurable influence on our physical world has now been really proven in the scientific literature, according to some scientists.
The ‘ quantum double slit experiment ‘ is a good example. Despite the fact that science observes this kind of phenomenon, they have not yet been able to explain it. Maybe ‘ quantum entaglement ‘ could have something to do with it? For an overview of articles reporting studies of these phenomena, mainly published in the 21st century, click here
Stephan Wiltshire, diagnosed with autism at age 3, is an artist who draws and paints detailed cityscapes. He is best known for his ability to look at a representation of a city for a few seconds, after which he manages to copy it with remarkable precision. Below you can see a video where Wiltshire draws the Singapore skyline from memory.
Wim Hof aka “Iceman”
Wim Hof surprised scientists when he showed that with the help of meditation he was able to sit in ice for almost two hours, without changing his body temperature. This is remarkable because it adds to the growing evidence pointing to the large part our consciousness plays in our body’s response to certain situations and illnesses.
Because Wim was able to maintain his body temperature in such conditions, he has done several remarkable things. He has since climbed Mount Everest in shorts, without being bothered by the height. He also ran a marathon in the Namib desert, without water. Finally, he has proven in a lab that he is able to influence his autonomic nervous system and immune system if he wants to.
Almost everything this man has done has been considered impossible by most. Below is a documentary about Wim, made by VICE news.
While visiting remote monasteries in the 1980s, Harvard professor Herbert Benson and his team of researchers studied monks living in the Himalayas. They were able to raise the temperature in their fingers and toes by as much as 17 degrees with the Tum-mo yoga technique. This is remarkable and it is still not clear how the monks are able to produce so much heat. ( source )
It doesn’t stop there, because the researchers also studied a group of monks who were advanced in meditation in Sikkim, India. They were surprised to conclude that these monks were able to slow their metabolism by 64 percent.
In 1985, the Harvard research team made a video of monks drying cold, wet sheets using only body heat. Monks spending the winter at an altitude of 4.5 kilometers in the Himalayas is not uncommon.
Can yoga, meditation and other similar methods release our mental powers?
A year ago I wrote an article about meditating people who could disrupt quantum systems from a distance, you can read this article here .
There is no shortage of literature regarding Buddhist monks and other monks around the world who possess supernormal qualities.
If you are interested in this topic, I recommend reading what Dr. Dean Radin, principal investigator at the Institute of Noetic Sciences , has written on the subject.
In 2004, Daniel Tammet received a lot of public attention when he was able to say the mathematical ratio PI by heart to 22,414 decimal places in five hours and nine minutes, without making a mistake. This took place at the Historical Museum of Science in Oxford, setting a European record.
He was diagnosed with autistic savant syndrome that same year, as he is able to accomplish a number of complex mental tasks. He also learns at a very fast pace, which a ‘normal’ person cannot do.
This is common among autistic people. Daniel emphasizes that the differences between people with a ‘savant memory’ and a ‘non-savant memory’ are exaggerated by the medical industry. According to him, his amazing qualities are not the result of a genetic tic, but the result of a very rich and complex associative form of thinking and fantasizing.
He believes that autistic thinking is an extreme variation on the thinking we all do, from daydreaming to using metaphors, for example. ( source )