Psychic Research Experiments Has Gotten A Bad Rap Over The Years

“Everyone has psychic abilities. It’s just a matter of tapping into it.

Mettrie L.

Even though psychic research experiments has gotten a bad rap over the years it still does not get the credit it deserves by mainstream science, its the personal experiences from individuals that will continue to fuel an interest that will shape the future of psychic research parallel from the scientific community.

 

Psychic Research Experiments Has Gotten A Bad Rap Over The Years

Today’s mediums and psychic detectives are nothing new – people have been claiming the ability to see the future, speak with the dead or read minds since antiquity. Scientific experiments testing for evidence of paranormal abilities are a relatively modern phenomenon, however. Has science ever produced verifiable evidence of ESP?

Organized research into ESP and related phenomena began in the late 1800s, coinciding with the explosion of spiritualism (contact with spirits of the dead, usually by mediums) in the U.S. and Europe. In 1882, the Society for Psychical Research was formed. This London-based group performed the typical paranormal research of that era, which consisted primarily of testing self-proclaimed mediums under controlled conditions and collecting anecdotes of “spontaneous” ESP.  Original story here

Even though psychic research experiments has gotten a bad rap over the years I really do believe there is still much to learn and discover as long as we keep an open mind when conducting psychic research experiments.

What kinds of psychic research have you experimented with and were you successful? please share your experiences.

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