ESP, Telepathy and Mind Reading – Explained through the Seth Material

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ESP cards

ESP cards

We are all probably familiar with the ESP test cards that Hollywood love throwing into films. 25 cards with pictures of stars, wavy lines etc. The sender (A) looks at a card and the screened receiver (B) tries to guess what that card i,s telepathically. The results can vary but when run 10 times (250 cards) then the average lucky guesses would be between 10-20%. Higher scores could be a sign of good ESP skills.

The Seth Material does explain these lower level scores and with correct training and practice the score can be increased but there will always be external and internal factors that will affect the scores from time to time.

When A looks at the card and tries to send that thought to B there is a more complicated process in play than you would first imagine. A doesn’t transfer that thought to B as you might expect. Think about it, the thought never leaves your head, if it did you would be a blank, as it wouldn’t be in your head any more. What you actually do is create a copy of that thought. Depending on your imagination skills, environmental factors and the level of emotion attached to this process will determine how good that copy actually is. This copy is then sent to B and they do a similar process of creating a copy of it for their own head. If B has never seen anything like this message before it may have to fill in the blanks. Again imagination, environment and emotions, applied in the copying, can affect the results. It’s Chinese whispers to the nth level.

If you apply this to sending an email to someone that doesn’t speak your language then you get an idea why telepathy is so difficult.

Sender A (you) writes an email. You then send it and a copy is sent to the email server whilst the original is stored in your sent box, so that you have access to check it later. This new copy has been converted to machine code (to save space) and stays in the server, Receiver B is informed that there is a message. When they open the server copy it creates a copy in their own inbox. Let’s say now that B has software that now translates that copy into their own language.

There are now three physical copies of the message. However if you consider that A may not have been able to put what was in their mind perfectly into words and that B may have the same problem translating those words into an image that they understand then you can start to see how complicated the process actually is and how open for mistakes it actually is. It’s amazing that anything gets through at all.

You can see from this that good results could be achieved but ideal conditions are required. A and B need to both know the 25 cards well enough that they can imagine all 25 symbols easily in their mind. A and B should know each other and understand each other easily during normal conversations. The environment needs to be relaxing and their emotional state shouldn’t be at odds with each other.

Twins for example have very similar mind structures and spend so much time together that their imaginations and emotions may have developed in a similar fashion. This explains why they fair well in these tests. Make no mistake though, even identical twins are not identical. At the atomic level, where these thoughts are created, there will be differences. After all they are individual personalities, even if they are part of the same soul or Entity.