Laboratory Investigations of Extrasensory Identification of Concealed 5-Character Codes by a Presumably Gifted Teenager

Dong Shen, Run-Sheng Shen, Gang Li, Daqing Piao
2021 Journal of Scientific Exploration  
This report summarizes three "eyeless sight" experiments and reaffirms the authenticity of the phenomenon of clairvoyance (extrasensory perception). On 2014 and 2015, a total of 37 trials were conducted. Each trial involved a computer printing a 5-character permutation (e.g. 37K9J) in bold type on a piece of paper which was then folded to conceal the text. The "eyeless sight" practitioner was a girl who had previously been trained to develop her "eyeless sight" ability. The practitioner held
more » ... folded specimen between her thumb and forefinger. After adjusting to a specific state of consciousness (Second Consciousness State, SCS), the practitioner visualized a " Third Eye Screen" (TES) in front of her forehead. The five-character string was then automatically perceived on the TES by the practitioner. After the perceived image stabilized, the permutation was reported to the researcher and transcribed. The whole experimental process was recorded on video cameras. The mean chance expectation for the correct hit rate of a five-character permutation is p≈10-70 and is vanishingly small. The importance of the SCS and the image generation process on the TES is discussed. Key words: Eyeless sight - Extrasensory perception (ESP) - Psychokinesis (PK) - Third Eye Screen (TES) - First Consciousness State (FCS) - Second Consciousness State (SCS) - recognition of characters with fingers (Clairvoyance)
doi:10.31275/20211827 fatcat:anms5t4mxfhhbjwzstlt2c7px4