On the face of it, we would be mistaken for thinking that all science is against anything remotely mysterious and relating to the unexplained topic. You see, within all the main streams of information out there you can actually find nuggets of gold that suggest that even the most sceptical of scientists do in fact acknowledge the probabilities of things like psychic telepathy. This was further emphasised to me this morning when I read a most excellent article by Chris Carter from the Epoch Times – Does telepathy conflict with science
One of the quotes highlighted by the very gifted writer Chris was:
“Why do we not accept ESP [extrasensory perception] as a psychological fact? [The Rhine Research Center] has offered enough evidence to have convinced us on almost any other issue … Personally, I do not accept ESP for a moment, because it does not make sense. My external criteria, both of physics and of physiology, say that ESP is not a fact despite the behavioral evidence that has been reported. I cannot see what other basis my colleagues have for rejecting it … Rhine may still turn out to be right, improbable as I think that is, and my own rejection of his view is—in the literal sense—prejudice.”
1951 psychologist Donald Hebb
“Believers in psychic phenomena … appear to have won a decisive victory and virtually silenced opposition. … This victory is the result of careful experimentation and intelligent argumentation.
George Price – Department of Medicine at the University of Minnesota
Actually blows your socks off and I salute Chris at the Epoch Times for highlighting the above examples while also going in-depth in his great piece. I would urge all to go and read as it does begin what I love to see, the start of real critical thinking in all directions, but also, contemplation of the probabilities that this world is in fact more mysterious than we have been conditioned to believe.
I know I harp on about getting out the box with regards to the paranormal subject, and how not to blindly follow others whether in the field of science or advocates of the mysteries without applying some rational thought. I can not emphasise enough though, that when you get real inquisitive and walk that middle path of experience, looking for real evidence and also communicating with real people with real stories, everything does take on an exciting magical route.
Reading the Epoch Times article this morning actually warmed me and had me optimistic that even though a large proportion of scientists dismiss the paranormal subject and many aspects of the unexplained, they are whether quietly or reluctantly, having to reassess or face up to the possibilities. This equals exciting times for someone like me who is constantly harping on about real open-minded research, study and analysis instead of sweeping it under the rug so to speak.
Something unexplained in our present level of consciousness is evident within the world, something so far past our scientific and social understanding that it is, in fact, hard to grasp. It’s hard to comprehend and thus the elephant in the room that everyone avoids, unless someone else approaches the subject and begins conversation. When this happens, everyone has a story, experience or evidence to share…weird NO?
Lets continue the conversation here, lets push the boundaries without needing any nod from science or groups…lets personally study, research and discuss the mysteries! Open minded and flexible thinking on the leading edge of discovery!! that’s real progression…it always has been!
Till Next Time….Many Blessings!!