Spiritual concepts


A scientific term used to describe a spiritual concept and activity.

Psychokinesis enables a person to affect physical things particularly electrical equipment, for example, making it malfunction.

Psychokinesis is the ability of human operators to use conscious intention so as to influence physical objects and systems at the macro-scale (large objects) or micro-scale (small objects). 

Since it is rare for heavy objects (requiring large quasi-forces) to be moved, the approach by experimenters investigating psychokinesis has been to construct simple apparatus in which only a very small quasi-force is necessary to bring about observable motion; they have used as light and mobile objects as possible.

This is known as Micro Psychokinesis and we have an entry in the science section for this, as it describes the equipmen used by scientists when bserving this phenomenon.

The simplest experiment is to suspend a very light horizontal pointer, such as a matchstick or a quill, from a fine thread, silk or man-made fibre; the psychic is required to rotate it, at a distance. Alternatives are to float the pointer on water, or mount it on a needle-point.

The method used to achieve Micro Psychokinesis appeears to be almost identical to that used to achieve spoon bending.

This type of result, however, also appears to be affected in some cases, by the mental state of the person – negative states or extremely emotional states or thoughts requiring a huge amount of emotional energy. This is a ‘spell’ gone wrong, where a highly activated personal function is acting like a trigger to the function of another object and affecting it.

Psychokinesis or ‘PK’ is the equivalent to poltergeist activity as there is now enough evidence to show that 'poltergeists' do not exist, the movement or influence on objects is achieved by people – in effect a person's thoughts move or affect objects – this time unwittingly.

The Sorceror's apprentice in the Disney film did this.


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