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the collection, receipt, or taking into possession of rents or crops.
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The Christian Bible describes several occasions or incidents in which Jesus Christ reveals his telepathic powers, although the word 'telepathy' is not found in the Bible.
to and representations of telepathy, mesmerism, hypnosis, seances,
In her new book, "Spiritual Telepathy: Ancient Techniques to Access the Wisdom of Your Soul", she takes readers beyond the intuition basics and introduces them to the next step--a more advanced form of intuitive perception called spiritual telepathy.
Colleen Mauro; SPIRITUAL TELEPATHY; Quest Books (Nonfiction: Body, Mind & Spirit) 17.95 ISBN: 9780835609319
Is this what Jonas means by "visual telepathy"--is it when the performer and the audience share access to a closed circuit?
Unlike similar books on lucid dreaming, this offers a number of perspectives and approaches, from understanding the methods and perceptions of experienced lucid dreamers as they harness and manipulate the subconscious pathways of the dream state to personal experiences with telepathy and developing creative focus.
Don't Even Think About It is about a group of teenagers who develop telepathy and how they cope in high school when they can hear everyone's thoughts.
SCIENTISTS have sent a mental message from one person to another 4,000 miles away in the world's first successful telepathy experiment.
Zalka, a Hungarian storyteller and author, collects 55 folktales from around the world about supernatural abilities like superhuman strength, invulnerability, flying, heightened senses, speed, invisibility, healing, agility, precognition, out-of-body experiences, telepathy, telekinesis, fire manipulation, water powers, teleportation, and shifting.
When Homeroom 10B is scheduled to get flu shots, some of the students are nervous, some are nonchalant, but none of them expect to wind up with telepathy. That is what happens to all but two (who did not receive shots) of the New York City high school sophomores in 10B.
Telepathy for Stapledon generally implies that all intelligent organisms are able to communicate with each other in an extra-linguistic fashion, (1) but in this late fantasy Stapledon treats telepathy as a potential instrument of domination and madness.