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perception

the collection, receipt, or taking into possession of rents or crops.
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This dark fantasy is the realm of witches, ghosts, ghouls, apparitions, monsters, extrasensory perception as in precognition, telepathy and telekinesis.
* During the whole ballet you have extrasensory perception, as if following sonar, or echolocation like bats.
Both watch and wait, virtually powerless to affect the outcome of events except through an extrasensory perception transmitted through the blowing autumn leaves and rustling grass.
The group consists of Luke Sanderson, the eventual heir to Hill House; Theodora, a beautiful and gregarious young woman with some abilities in the area of extrasensory perception; and the shy and lonely Eleanor Vance, who seems to be drawn inexplicably to Hill House in spite of the horrible foreboding it projects.
Since turning from anthropology to art in the late '60s, Susan Hiller has employed disparate media to explore the margins of consciousness, particularly the implications of extrasensory perception. Her influence is visible in the work of artists like Douglas Gordon and Ann Hamilton, making this survey especially timely.
Many members of the near-death group also reported prior instances of extrasensory perception or other purportedly paranormal experiences.
Perhaps such a genetic mutation, providing, for example, extrasensory perception and instantaneous communication among all human beings, would do the job.
Here 19 participants were given a paper describing an investigation of claims of extrasensory perception (ESP).
Consequently there is no extrasensory perception, no messages from a god, and no miracles.
Extrasensory perception: Support, skepticism and science (2 vols.).
Jimmy Licauco, who has written many books on extrasensory perception (ESP) and mysticism, said Jonsson told him that the dictator Ferdinand Marcos discovered the legendary Yamashita treasures through his 'psychic reading.'
Editors May and Marwaha present students, academics, researchers, and general interest readers with a two volume collection of academic papers and scholarly articles focused on the theories and history of extrasensory perception, as well as the controversy surrounding it and research into its aspects.