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telepathically from the mind of the sitter (even though the latter may not be consciously thinking about the information at the time), telepathically from the minds of people elsewhere, clairvoyantly from the environment, or even precognitively from the future moment when the sitter checks on the facts given in the communications and finds them to be correct.
CHRISTINE works with her spirit guides when carrying out readings, "but I pick up things clairvoyantly and also sense and hear things around the client as well.
Instead, he suggests that all precognition can be explained in terms of preactive psychokinesis or inference from clairvoyantly cognised contemporary events; however no further explanation of this position is given, providing little opportunity for the reader to evaluate this claim.
Sheldrake or Smart (or both) are clairvoyantly picking up on when Jaytee is about to move toward the window, and this is their (either of them or both) cue to allow Smart to come home.
by clairvoyantly sensing which number the computer had selected, knowing through telepathy the method of using that number to determine the target, and then making the appropriate deduction).
Suppose that there is a transfer of psychic information but, in this scenario, either Sheldrake or Smart (or both) are clairvoyantly picking up on when Jaytee is about to move toward the window, and this is their (either of them or both) cue to decide to allow Smart to come home.
An interesting feature of this chapter is a description of two apparently unpublished studies by Steven Amoils of Bruyere's ability to diagnose clairvoyantly.
Instead, the so-called precognizer may have clairvoyantly seen a fault in the plane, unconsciously calculated when the fault would manifest itself, and the shocking answer to these thoughts may have resulted in the person having the apparent premonition of the crash (see e.
Thus, in contrast to the clairvoyance experiments summarized above, in Targ and Targ's experiment what is clairvoyantly available is only the probability of each object's possible occurrence and not its actual repetition.