Controlled scientific experiments have shown that mind messages can be sent over vast distances. Such telepathy is thought to be easier between people who know each other very well, as shown by the many cases of brothers and sisters and twins. Try this experiment yourself, you can make your own ‘zener’ cards, they usually come in packs of 25, but you can make your own experiments with the five main cards – circle, star, wave, square and a cross. One person mentally pictures an image in their mind while the other person tries to guess the correct image.
The ability of seeing into the future. The Tarot cards is one of the most ancient and revered systems of divination, they have been used successfully for hundreds of years to reveal the secret self and predict the future with astonishing accuracy. They operate as a medium which attunes itself to the deep psychic reverberations of the participant. By showing respect, and by showing faith, the subject enables the cards to become aware of hidden feelings and preoccupations, and then to apply this knowledge to specific future events. When the results are interpreted, personal destiny unveiled.
OOBEs (out of body experiences)
Distinctions should be drawn between astral
Projection, etheric projection and travel, and
‘out of the body experiences’ (OOBEs).
OOBEs are usually involuntary; the classic case is floating above your own body in a hospital operating theatre, watching and hearing what is going on during your operation, while your body lies anaesthetised below you. There are too many accounts of this to dismiss the experience as imaginary, and the physiological/psychological explanation does not cover everything. True, we all know what an operating theatre looks like from films, and our ears are still capable of working even if our eyes are closed, so our unconscious brain can listen and interpret what it hears. On the other hand, patients have described in clear detail nurses and doctors who have only been present during the operation itself, or equipment which is not usually in an operating theatre..