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Scientist in the Canary isles remote views



Type of Spiritual Experience

Invisible input - wisdom
Out of body

Number of hallucinations: 1


This is a fascinating observation that covers two abilities.  His first is the hallucinations that are provided to him by his composer to help him with wisdom and inspiration.

The second is his ability to remote view and he appears to achieve this via out of body

A description of the experience

Breakthrough to Creativity – Dr Shafica Karagulla

 One of my most interesting contacts was with a chemist, a native of the Canary Islands. He spoke English with certain quaint idioms and with a decided accent.  He had made some interesting discoveries and someone suggested to me that he might be [have special abilities]. Remarks which he had made about his discoveries also suggested this possibility. Early in my conversation with him I asked him point blank if he were clairvoyant. He was astonished and assured me he was not.

We proceeded to talk for several hours about some of his discoveries. I had just about come to the conclusion that he had no particular Higher Sense Perception when I asked one more leading question. How did he make his discoveries? He replied in his quaint idiom,

"Oh, I see me do it."

"What do you mean, 'I see me do it'?" I inquired, puzzled.

"I see me do it, like TV, like the movies," he said.

"Do you mean you see it in your mind?" I asked.

"No, no. Like on the wall in front of me. Just like a moving picture on the wall."

Apparently he thought this was nothing unusual, so I proceeded cautiously. "How long have you been able to do this?"

"Since I was very small, in the Canary Islands. Long before there is TV I have my own TV. I see things in many places, things happening in the world like the newscast. I tell my brothers and sisters like stories, many things happening in the world, things that really are happening."

He went on to explain that when he was working on some experiment he saw himself in moving pictures on the wall in front of him doing things in a laboratory that solved the problem on which he was working.

It was just one of those things and as far as he was concerned it wasn't unusual. No, he hadn't discussed it with anyone because nobody asked. Probably lots of people did the same thing.  He was naively honest about all this and sincerely astonished that I thought his experiences unusual

The source of the experience

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Concepts, symbols and science items


Remote viewing


Science Items

Activities and commonsteps



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