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Mikhailova, Nelya - Viewing the film of Nelya in action – 03 Objects shuttling about a Plexicube



Type of Spiritual Experience


A description of the experience

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Naumov put another batch of matches and a nonmagnetic metal case inside a large Plexiglas cube. The cube was to rule out drafts of air, threads, or wires. Mikhailova's hands moved a few inches from the Plexiglas cover and the objects shuttled from side to side of the plastic container. Whatever this energy was, it could easily penetrate Plexiglas.

Again Mikhailova looked drained. She had lost over three pounds during this half hour. It was as if she were converting the substance of her own body into energy. Many Western mediums also had reported this weight loss during PK.

"She was actually much sicker than she looked in the fiIm," Naumov told us later. "The strain on her heart was so great we had to stop the cameras several times. It took us over seven hours to make the film and afterward she temporarily couldn't speak or see. For days after doing these tests, her arms and legs pained, she felt dizzy and couldn't sleep."

Was Mikhailova genuine or a "mystification," as the Soviet skeptics called it? From what we'd seen so far, PK was taking place under good conditions with competent observers present. It was no amateur home movie, but a costly 35mm professionally produced film, photographed by skilled technicians

The source of the experience

Mikhailova, Nelya

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