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Not until 1945 when they were referred to in a feature article by the writer Jacob Paludan, who suggested that scientists look into the matter. A number of experiments were arranged at the psychological laboratory of Copenhagen University. The participants included a team of professional psychologists, Dr. Preben Plum, Franz From, M.Sc., the well-known Spirit photographer Sven Turck, Jacob Paludan, and the chairman of the Society for Psychical Research, who was characterized in the daily Politiken like this: "...a man of pronounced features, with an ascetic and clerical appearance, quite sympathetic although his belief in Spirits is just as ardent and fanatical as is the evangelist's in the Holy Trinity." And then, of course, there was the Medium. By now her name was no longer Anna Rasmussen, but Anna Melloni. This should ring a bell with all who have heard of Danish Spiritualism.

When the experiments were finished a statement from the three scientific supervisors was issued through Ritzaus Bureau. It said that distinct swings had been observed in the two pendulums suspended in a glass cabinet on a table in front of Mrs Melloni. Simultaneously it was registered by sensitive measuring instruments that the table was "subjected to mechanical actions precisely in time with the swings of the pendulums". Moreover: "As soon as the cabinet with the pendulums was suspended in strings from the ceiling, so that it was a few centimeters above the table and not touching it, no pendulum swings occurred." The signers concluded: "Thus the result of the investigation is that the demonstrated phenomena can be wholly ascribed to mechanical causes."

Anna Melloni took part in the seances held in the apartment of Sven Turck. On these occasions the Spirits would tear off people's trousers and shoes, heavy dining tables sailed in the air and chairs went flying over the heads of the participants. All of this is preserved in photographs and writing in the book by Turck, "Jeg var dus med anderne" (I was a friend of the Spirits), in which Mrs Melloni and her Egyptian Spirit Guide Lazarus are the central figures.

While Ted Serios was making the news, a Russian psychic, Nina Kulagina, was under investigation by the military physiologist Dr Genady Sergeyev. A famous film shows her moving small objects around on a table, apparently without touching them; she also demonstrated thoughtographic skills. Sergeyev noted unusual electrical activity in Kulagina's brain, as well as an increased pulse rate.



Nina Kulagina

Photograph called Fluidic Effect Taken in 1875


Is this all done with the help of the Spirit World?

In the former Soviet Union, researchers claimed to have discovered a woman, Nina Kulagina, who could exert a psychokinetic influence upon static objects. In 1968, Western researchers attending a conference in Moscow were shown a film of her in action. This film, which has since been seen many times in the United States, shows Kulagina apparently moving small objects without touching them across a table top. The Russians claimed that this woman, also known as Nelya Mikhailova, had been studied by some forty scientists, including two Nobel laureates. They also reported that, like Serios, Madame Kulagina was able to cause images to appear on photographic film. The communist scientists, who were by no means inclined to take a spiritualistic world view, felt that they had encountered a new force in nature. Very thorough studies of the electrical fields around her body as well as the electrical potentials in her brain were conducted by Dr. Genady Sergeyev, a well-known physiologist working in a Leningrad military laboratory. Exceptionally strong voltages and other unusual effects were observed:

There is a large gradient between the electrical characteristics in the forward part of Mikhailova's brain versus the back part of the brain (fifty to one), whereas in the average person the gradient is four to one. The usual force field around Mikhailova's body is ten times weaker than the magnetic field of the earth.
During PK, her pulse rises to 240 per minute. There is activation of deeper levels of the occipital lobe and reticular formation. This enhances polarization in the brain between front and back, says Sergeyev. When the gradient between front and back of the brain reaches a certain level, and there is most intense activity in the occipital lobe, radiation of electrostatic and electromagnetic fields are detected by the force field detectors four yards from the body....Heartbeat, brain waves, and force field fluctuations are in ratio. The fields around the PK Medium are stronger further away than close to the head. Mikhailova appears to focus these force field waves in a specific area.

Detailed physiological studies of this sort with outstanding psychics are so rare they raise more questions than they answer. Kulagina has received a certain amount of adverse publicity. However, since 1968, several groups of western researchers have had opportunities to test her under differing circumstances. In most cases, their reports attest to the authenticity of her psychokinetic abilities.
Her mediumship has led to a strain on her health leading to a heart attack, and her doctors have suggested that she limit this type of activity. The former Soviets, however, are reported to have found others who have developed talents for psychokinesis, and are also researching ways to train this ability in normal individuals. The training begins with long hours practicing to move the needle of a compass.


Psycho Kinesis (PK) is a form of Psi that is the influence of mind power over matter through invisible means. In other words, Psycho Kinesis allows the user to do things with their mind without physically touching them.
Psycho Kinesis comes from the Greek word psyche that means “breath” and kinein which means “move”. Psycho Kinesis occurs spontaneously and deliberately, indicating that it is part of the unconsciousness and consciousness part of the brain.
Psycho Kinesis and Extra Sensory Perceptions go hand in hand, because if someone accepts the existence of extra sensory perception, then Psycho Kinesis is a necessary consequence.
Psycho Kinesis has been observed and documented since ancient times, such as levitations, miraculous healings, invisibility and other physical phenomena. Psycho Kinesis manifests in psychic mediumship in alleged materializations and dematerializations. There has been evidence that Psycho Kinesis is affected by an individuals anxiety or boredom.
Psycho Kinsesis is so popular groups of people hold "Spoon Bending" parties to develop their PK skills.



Is Psycho kinesis Real?

Another persons prospective on the matter.

By Alex Armani, CHT

Most every psychology text book I ever had made the assertion that any psychic phenomenon was a blatant hoax. While certainly some of the things purported to be psychic phenomena are actually fraudulently presented, there is a problem with discounting the entire field as experts would have us do. The main problem I have with the textbooks is that I have experienced some of these very phenomena first hand. It is a bit more challenging to discount something that occurs right before your eyes.When the psychic phenomenon is telekinesis or psycho kinesis (PK), the result is there for everyone to see. While there will always be skeptics, those who have experienced this form of phenomena know for certain the textbooks are plainly incorrect. Once a person learns to move an object with only their thoughts, certain mental shifts are inevitable in that person. They realize thoughts are things that have an effect on the physical world. And why would not thoughts have an influence on the physical world? The reason why thoughts have an influence in the physical world has to do with the universe, its physical laws, and its composition. Einstein taught us that matter is nothing more than energy when he proved E = mc2 (Energy equals mass times the speed of light squared). In fact, a pound of any type of matter contains enough energy to fuel an entire nations electrical needs for an entire year if perfectly converted into energy. Where people have made a fundamental error is in believing there is delineation between internal psychological processes and the external reality. Both are part of the same universe. Its already been proven through psychological studies that a bodies energy follows thought. Emotion is a release of energy just as thought is a release of energy within the body. The minute chemical changes and responses that occur within each individual alter the bodies electrical current and magnetic field. These changes in turn affect the outer world to some degree. A person who becomes proficient in telekinesis has learned how to harness and amplify this output to a large enough degree that it effectively produces a change in the outer reality. A person who seeks to answer the question of whether or not psycho kinesis is real ought to first consider the composition of the universe and the composition of people. Humans are derived from the same matter found in the universe, and scientific theory suggests that matter and energy are interchangeable. This means that a single thought, if amplified, could produce enough energy to alter physical matter. To understand how telekinesis works, you must understand how the world interacts on a subatomic level. After becoming proficient in telekinesis myself, this subatomic model makes the most sense to me at this time. Is all psycho kinesis real? Obviously no, but the phenomenon itself is very much within the boundaries of physical law. Just as a magnet can move metal with its field, thoughts alter physical matter. Both happen on a level outside our awareness. 



Edouard Isidore Buguet Using P.K.with his hands as the instrument.

1875 photograph titled Fluidic Effect.

(1840-1901)  France.


Another persons point of view.

The term "Telekinesis" was coined in 1890 by Russian psychical researcher Alexander N. Aksakof. The term "Psychokinesis" was coined in 1914 by American author-publisher Henry Holt in his book On the Cosmic Relations and adopted by his friend, American parapsychologist J. B. Rhine in 1934 in connection with experiments to determine if a person could influence the outcome of falling dice. Both concepts have been described by other terms, such as "remote influencing", "distant influencing", "remote mental influence", "distant mental influence", "directed conscious intention", " anomalous perturbation", and "mind over matter." Originally telekinesis was coined to refer to the movement of objects thought to be caused by ghosts of deceased persons, mischievous spirits, angels, demons, or other supernatural forces. Later, when speculation increased that humans might be the source of the witnessed phenomena not caused by fraudulent Mediums and could possibly cause movement without any connection to a spiritualistic setting, such as in a darkened seance room, psychokinesis was added to the lexicon. Eventually, psychokinesis became the term preferred by the parapsychological community.[18] Popular culture, however, such as movies, television, and literature, over the years preferred telekinesis to describe the paranormal movement of objects, likely due to the word's resemblance to other terms, such as telepathy, teleportation.

As research entered the modern era, it became clear that many different, but related, abilities could be attributed to the wider description of psychokinesis and telekinesis is now regarded as one of the subspecialties of PK. In the 2004 U.S. Air Force-sponsored research report Teleportation Physics Study, the physicist-author Eric Davis, PhD, described the distinction between PK and TK as "telekinesis is a form of PK." Psychokinesis, then, is the general term that can be used to describe a variety of complex mental force phenomena (including object movement) and telekinesis is used to refer only to the movement of objects, however tiny (a grain of salt or air molecules to create wind) or large (an automobile, building, or bridge). Hypothetically, a person could have very profound telekinetic ability, but not be able to produce any of the additional effects found in psychokinesis, such as softening the metal of a spoon to allow its bending with minimal physical force. Conversely, someone who has succeeded in psychokinetically softening metal once or a number of times may exhibit no telekinetic ability to move an object.


A spontaneous PK case featured on the cover of the French magazine La Vie Mysterieuse in 1911.


Parapsychology researchers describe two basic types of measurable and observable psychokinetic and telekinetic effects in experimental laboratory research and in case reports occurring outside of the laboratory. Micro-PK (also micro-TK) is a very small effect, such as the manipulation of molecules, atoms, subatomic particles, etc., that can only be observed with scientific equipment. The words are abbreviations for micro-psychokinesis, micropsychokinesis and micro-telekinesis, microtelekinesis. Macro-PK (also macro-TK) is a large-scale effect that can be seen with the unaided eye. The adjective phrases "microscopic-scale," "macroscopic- scale," "small-scale," and "large-scale" may also be used; for example, "a small-scale PK effect."


Spontaneous movements of objects and other unexplained effects have been reported, and many parapsychologists believe there are possibly forms of psychokinesis/telekinesis. Parapsychologist William G. Roll coined the term "recurrent spontaneous psychokinesis" (RSPK) in 1958. The sudden movement of objects without deliberate intention in the presence or vicinity of one or more witnesses is thought by some to be related to as-yet-unknown PK/TK processes of the subconscious mind. Researchers use the term "PK agent," especially in spontaneous cases, to describe someone who is suspected of being the source of the PK action. Outbreaks of spontaneous movements or other effects, such as in a private home, and especially those involving violent or physiological effects, such as objects hitting people or scratches or other marks on the body, are sometimes investigated as poltergeist cases.


Psychokinesis is the umbrella term for various related specialty abilities, which may include:
Telekinesis; movement of matter (micro and macro; move, lift, agitate, vibrate, spin, bend, break, or impact)
Speed up or slow down the naturally occurring vibrations of atoms in matter to alter temperature, possibly to the point of ignition if combustible (also known as pyrokinesis and cryokinesis respectively).
Aerokinesis, the telekinetic subspecialty of being able to control the movement of air molecules specifically.
Self levitation (rising in the air unsupported, flying).
Object deformation (including metal softening and bending).
Influencing events.
Biological healing.
Teleportation (disappearing and reappearing elsewhere).
Phasing through matter.
Transmutation of matter.
Energy shield (force field).
Control of magnetism.
Control of photons (light waves/particles).
Thoughtform projection (a physically perceived person, animal, creature, object, ghostly entity, etc., created in the mind and projected into three-dimensional space and observable by others; for thought images allegedly placed on film, see Thoughtography).


In September 2006, a survey about belief in various religious and paranormal topics conducted by phone and mail-in questionnaire polled Americans on their belief in telekinesis. Of these participants, 28% of male participants and 31% of female participants selected "agree" or "strongly agree" with the statement "It is possible to influence the world through the mind alone". There were 1,721 participants, and the poll had a margin of error of plus or minus 4%.
In April 2008, British psychologist and skeptic Richard Wiseman published the results of an online survey he conducted, "Magicians and the Paranormal: A Survey," in which 400 magicians worldwide participated. For the question Do you believe that psychokinesis exists (i.e., that some people can, by paranormal means, apply a noticeable force to an object or alter its physical characteristics)?, the results were as follows: No 83.5%, Yes 9%, Uncertain 7.5%.

Uri Geller (1946 – present day), the Israeli famous for his spoon bending demonstrations, allegedly by PK.
Nina Kulagina (1926 – 1990), alleged Soviet psychic of the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Felicia Parise, an American medical laboratory technician who allegedly was able to repeatedly demonstrate telekinetic movement of small objects beginning in the 1970s, in the first reported instance spontaneously, and then with practice by intense conscious intention. She said her inspiration for making the attempt was in viewing the black-and-white films of Nina Kulagina performing similar feats.[34] Some of the items Parise reportedly caused movement in were a plastic pill container, compass needle, and pieces of aluminum foil (the latter two under a bell jar filmed by a magician). During the height of her fame in the early 1970s , the National Enquirer tabloid newspaper in the United States, then printed in all black and white, featured her in a large photo on its cover seated at a table attempting to perform telekinesis with the headline: "First American to Move Objects with the Mind." Parise eventually retired from performing telekinesis due to the physical stress on her body.
Eusapia Palladino (alternate spelling: Eusapia Paladino; 1854 - 1918) was an Italian medium who allegedly could cause objects to move during seances and was endorsed by world famous magician Howard Thurston (1869 - 1936), who witnessed her levitation of a table.
Swami Rama (1925 - 1996), a yogi skilled in controlling his heart functions who was studied at the Menninger Foundation in the spring and fall of 1970, and was alleged by some observers at the foundation to have telekinetically moved a knitting needle twice from a distance of five feet. Although Swami Rama wore a facemask and gown to prevent allegations that he moved the needle with his breath or body movements, and air vents in the room had been covered, at least one physician observer who was present at the time was not convinced and expressed the opinion that air movement was somehow the cause. The test device was an uncovered, balanced knitting needle (one of two glued on top of each other at right angles) positioned under a floodlight in a room where incense had been burned prior to the test.


Psychokinetic events have been witnessed by psychologists in the United States, and in the U.S. and elsewhere in the world by professionals with medical degrees, physicists, electrical engineers, military personnel, police officers, and other professionals and ordinary citizens. Robert M. Schoch PhD, professor at Boston University, has written "I do believe that some psychokinesis is real" referring to the evidence for micro-psychokinesis obtained by the Princeton PEAR laboratory experiments and similar studies and some reports of macro-RSPK observed in poltergeist cases. He reports once seeing a book "jumping off a shelf" while in a room where a female psychokinesis agent was also present.


Michael Crichton
Best-selling author and medical doctor Michael Crichton described what he termed a "successful experience" with psychokinesis at a "spoon bending party" in his 1988 book Travels:
I looked down. My spoon had begun to bend. I hadn't even realized. The metal was completely pliable, like soft plastic. It wasn't particularly hot, either, just slightly warm. I easily bend the bowl of the spoon in half, using only my fingertips. This didn't require any pressure at all, just guiding with my fingertips. I put the bent spoon aside and tried a fork. After a few moments of rubbing, the fork twisted like a pretzel. It was easy. I bent several more spoons and forks. ... I had bent a spoon, and I knew it wasn't a trick. I looked around the room and saw little children, eight or nine years old, bending large metal bars. They weren't trying to trick anybody.
Michael Crichton, Travels , 1988, pages 319-320


Dean Radin
Senior Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, author Dean Radin has reported that he, too, was able to bend the bowl of a spoon over with unexplained ease of force with witnesses present at an informal PK experiment gathering. He described his experience in his 2006 book Entangled Minds: Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality and online (with photos):[51]
I was much more skeptical about such claims until one day I personally folded the bowl of a large, heavy soup spoon in half with a gentle touch, and with half a dozen witnesses present. I later tested to see if I could do this again with a similar spoon using ordinary force. I couldn't budge the bowl without the assistance of two pairs of pliers and some serious leverage. So I have good reason to doubt the usual skeptical assertion that all cases of metal-bending are conjuring tricks or due to unconscious use of force.
Dean Radin, Entangled Minds, page 331


The topic of psychokinesis is regarded as pseudoscience by many mainstream scientists. In the book Parapsychology: The Controversial Science (1991), British parapsychologist Richard S. Broughton, Ph.D, wrote of the differences of opinion among top scientists encountered by Robert G. Jahn, director of the (now-closed) PEAR laboratory, regarding the psychokinesis research that the lab was engaged in at the time. Jahn is quoted as saying that six Nobel laureates commented on the lab's work and that two firmly rejected the whole topic, two encouraged his team to push on, and two were unwilling to commit either way, thus indicating that negative and positive scientific opinion on the subject, even at the highest level, is not absolute. Supporters of research in the field point out that many things in science were once thought impossible and ridiculed, only later to be proven true. Henry Margenau, David Bohm, and O. Costa de Beauregard have publicly stated that they believe that nothing in quantum physics forbids the existence of psi phenomena. Nobel laureate Brian Josephson has stated that the results of experiments in quantum physics that he has seen have produced more compelling evidence for the hypothetical existence of psi effects than the results of experiments done in the lab so far by parapsychologists.

On the problems of eyewitness testimony concerning psychokinesis is that it constitutes anecdotal evidence; that is, stories by eyewitnesses outside of controlled laboratory conditions. Anecdotal evidence is considered insufficient to establish scientific validity.

In psychology there is a well-established phenomenon called the illusion of control, in which people think they have a degree of control of something when it makes no difference what they do. Such an illusory correlation between a person's intention and a physical effect could give a false impression of psychokinesis.

Internationally, there are several individual skeptics of the paranormal and skeptics' organizations who offer cash prize money for demonstration of the existence of an extraordinary psychic power, such as psychokinesis. Experimental design must be agreed upon prior to execution, and additional conditions, such as a minimum level of fame, may be imposed. These prizes have remained uncollected by people claiming to possess paranormal abilities. The James Randi Educational Foundation offers 1,000,000 US dollars to anyone who has a demonstrated media profile as well as the support from some member of the academic community, and who can produce a paranormal event, such as psychokinesis, in a controlled, mutually agreed upon experiment. The money is kept in an escrow account with Goldman-Sachs in New York. On January 4, 2008 it was announced that the prize would be discontinued on March 6, 2010 so that the Foundation could use the money for other purposes.

There are written accounts and oral legends of events fitting the description of psychokinesis dating back to early history, most notably in the stories found in various religions and mythology. In the Bible, for example, Jesus is described as transmuting water into wine, which "could be called psychokinesis", healing the sick, and multiplying food.
Mythological beings, such as witches, have been accused of levitating people, animals, and objects. The court wizard and prophet Merlin in the King Arthur legend, is said to have used his power to transport Stonehenge across the sea to England from Ireland.


For another site on the development of P.K. psychokinesis, the write up of it is on my links page 5


Here are some Videos to browse. Click onto the links when you go to you tube there are about 40 more videos on there at present 17th August 2008.

The following video teaches you how to do it


The influence of mind upon matter, as the use of mental 'power' to move or distort an object.

Stanislawa Tomczyk. Born in Poland, Tomczyk came to the attention of investigators when it was reported that startling poltergeist-like activity occurred spontaneously around her. She could control some telekinetic feats, but only under hypnosis. In this hypnotic state, Tomczyk took on a personality that called itself "Little Stasia" who could levitate small objects when Tomczyk placed her hands on either side of them. In the early 1900s, one investigator, Julien Ochorowicz, watched these levitations at very close range and observed something like fine threads emanating from her palms and fingers, although they were examined carefully before the experiment. And it didn't seem to be a trick. "When the medium separates her hands," Ochorowicz observed, "the thread gets thinner and disappears; it gives the same sensation as a spider's web. If it is cut with scissors, its continuity is immediately restored." In 1910, Tomczyk was tested by a group of scientists at the Physical Laboratory in Warsaw where she produced remarkable physical phenomena under strict test conditions.


Nina Kulagina. One of the most celebrated and scrutinized psychics to claim psychokinetic powers was Nina Kulagina, a Russian woman who discovered her abilities while attempting to develop other psychic powers. Reportedly, she has demonstrated her powers by mentally moving a wide range of nonmagnetic objects, including matches, bread, large crystal bowls, clock pendulums, a cigar tube and a salt shaker among other things. She has also demonstrated that she could by her mental direction alone, move objects across the table, displace compass needles, and make a pile of matches explode outwards. And she could subsequently show that by PK, she could separate the white of an egg, which had been broken in a saline solution, from its yolk, and stop the heart of a frog beating.

Some of these demonstrations have actually been captured on film.

The concentrative effort required to move objects by PK accelerated her pulse to 200 beats per minute, dangerously raised her blood pressure and upset her EEG wave pattern, which are the type of physical changes that normally only occur when a person is suffering great stress. They left the Leningrad housewife exhausted, dizzy, and depressed, and blurred her eyesight. They were eventually to result in a heart attack; this stopped her from taking part in further experiments.

'I think only of the object and that it must move,' she told Henry Gris and William Dick, the authors of The New Soviet Psychic Discoveries. 'I concentrate on it. I must tune myself into the object. I feel as if some kind of energy is pouring from the sides of my fingertips, and from the sides of my hands.'

Again the skeptics contend, of course, that her abilities would not stand up to scientific testing, and that she may be nothing more that a clever magician. All this comes after she had been tested many times.

Uri Geller. Geller is one of the most well-known "psychics" who has publicly demonstrated feats of psychokinesis: spoon and key bending have become almost synonymous with Geller's name. Although many skeptics and magicians consider his metal-bending performances nothing more than adroit sleight-of-hand, Geller has allegedly shown that he can manifest the effects over great distances and in multiple locations. On a British radio show in 1973, after demonstrating key bending to the astonishment of the host, Geller invited the listening audience to participate. Just minutes later, phone calls began pouring into the radio station from listeners all over the UK reporting that knives, forks, spoons, keys and nails began to bend and twist spontaneously. Watches and clocks that had not run in years began to work. It was an event whose success surprised even Geller and thrust him into the spotlight.

Some magicians may be able to duplicate some of these effects, but there may be legitimacy to this telekinetic phenomenon. In April, 2001, University of Arizona psychology professor Gary Schwartz conducted a "spoon-bending party" at which about 60 students were able to bend spoons and forks, with varying degrees of success, seemingly with the power of their minds. (Do you want to try it yourself? Here's How to Host a Spoon-Bending Party.)


Poltergeist Activity
Some researchers contend that the most common form of psychokinesis is one that is not consciously intended. Poltergeist activity, they suggest, might be caused by the subconscious of people under stress, emotional turmoil or even hormonal peaks. Without conscious effort, these people cause china to fly off shelves, objects to break or loud rappings to emanate from their house walls, among other effects.
In the same way, PK might also be responsible for phenomena experienced at seances. Table tilting, knockings and levitation might not be caused by contact with Spirits, but by the minds of the participants. And, yes, many, many seances have been hoaxed over the years, and probably will continue that way until they allow infra red cameras into the seance rooms or the seances are done in the white light.


The Medium Eva Carriere photographed in 1912 with a light/energy appearing between her hands.


Joseph Banks Rhine (1895-1980), American scientist and researcher in parapsychology.

Who is seen here with one of his daughters, trying to use PK to influence the dice, which is being released down a chute during a test conducted at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA.

1960's. Young lady trying to influence a random number generator in Duke University Durham North Carolina USA


Is this a flying girl, PK or street magic. To see the video, click on hyperlink takes you to youtube.

This is something you can try in a room with friends. I have tried it and it works. You do not need the pentangle on the floor.

These are the photographs below taken from it.

This happened in Minatomirai Yokohama, in Japan for what looks like a TV show.

The man is drawing a pentangle. in the middle of a cobbled square in Japan.


Standing in the pentangle. He is seeing if it meets with his requirements, then picks some passing tourists.

The small insert is of one of the studio audience.

The tourists are shown how to use their two fingers of each hand only; to place under the volunteer who has laid down.

Each person places their fingers under the volunteer.

This is the start of the lift. The small pictures are part of the audience in the TV studio.

You can now see the volunteer is bing lifted. 

Here the people are taking their fingers away from supporting the volunteer.

The people are now pulling away from the volunteer. Leaving the person in charge with only his hands underneath

The leader has his hands underneath the volunteer and is lifting her gradually the others are standing away from her.


The leader now has his hands above the volunteer as she is rising.

This is the last one where the volunteer has risen to waist height. The video does not show how the volunteer got down to the ground.


Some Alleged Basic Techniques to Develop Telekinesis:
(I have found this circulating on web).

Dancing Candle Flame

This is a very basic technique.

Light a candle. Relax and focus on the candle flame. Imagine that you are merging with a candle flame, becoming this candle flame, being this candle flame. What you're really doing is merging your energy field with the energy field of the candle.

In NLP terms, by focusing on the candle and tuning into the candle, you are pacing the candle, by directing the flame to move where you want it to move, you're leading.

When you feel that you have established good enough rapport with the candle - imagine its flame extending and becoming longer. When you succeed with this, then imagine it shrinking back, becoming smaller and smaller; then bending to the side, etc.

When you're done experimenting, just imagine yourself returning back to your normal state or mind, emerging from the candle flame.



This is another basic technique. You can buy a pendulum or make it - simply attach a small object (e.g. ring) to a string. You could hold it in your hand, however, this way you'd send unconscious impulses through your hand, so it's better if you have a pendulum hanging in front of you (you can attach it to a small stand (like the one's for table lamps).

Same as in previous exercise, with a candle, focus upon the object until you create a sense of oneness with the object and then imagine it moving back and forth, or going round in a clockwise movement then in an anti-clockwise direction, etc.

There are other techniques which I may post later, which involve accumulating energy (chi, ki), and projecting it to push the object.

These require more practice.

And, there are still other more esoteric/occult techniques for having objects appear/disappear at remote locations.


Moving Small Objects

Choose a small, lightweight object and place it on the table in front of you.

Relax, clear your mind completely and focus on your object.

Visualize a tunnel between you and the object. The only thing that should be present in your awareness is the tunnel and the object at the end of the tunnel.

Now, imagine your mind's hands coming out and pulling the object in. Once you feel the pull, you might want to make sounds in your head that suggest a strong magnetic field (nnnn.... nnn.... nnnn.... )

It may sound silly, but it works! So people say!!! I have not tried.

New levitation technique floats water with noise

Some musical shake, rattle and roll has led Belgian physicists to develop a new kind of levitation. It only works for tiny drops of liquid, but could provide a new way to handle biological or forensic samples without contaminating them.

Researchers at University of Liège, Belgium, set out to recreate the way water droplets spilt on speakers danced to the bass vibrations. They substituted a vibrating bath of oil for the speakers and released 1-millimetre-wide droplets of a less viscous oil on top.

Air cushion

When the oil in the bath vibrates with the right frequency - about 110 hertz - the droplets bounce and roll freely on an air cushion above it. Short video clips show levitated droplets rolling (2.7 mb .mov format) and bouncing (3.1mb .mov format). Videos courtesy Institute of Physics.

This happens because a droplet has to push the air beneath it out of the way in order to fall. But when the bath is vibrating at the right frequency, it creates a resonating layer of air over its surface that isn't pushed aside so easily.

The droplets bob around without touching the surface of the bath, at a height of between 150 nanometres and 1.5 centimetres.

"This is the first time this spontaneous rolling motion has been observed in this kind of system," says Stephane Dorbolo, a member of the team who undertook the study. Making sure the vibrating bath was ten times more viscous than the droplets being levitated produced the best results. That ensures that the bouncing droplets do not create ripples on the oil's surface when they push down on the cushion of air holding them aloft.

The team also tried out their technique with water droplets over oil and achieved similar results. "This is a very convenient way to move droplets," says Tristan Gilet also at Liege, pointing out that it will also work for liquids such as sweat, tears or chemicals dissolved in water.

Chemistry in a droplet

Bouncing droplets could even be made to collide with others containing laboratory reagents, for example, an acid or a dye. "You introduce another droplet to your fluid under test, they bounce together and eventually coalesce - you have a chemical reaction that occurs in this new big bouncing droplet," says Gilet.

Dealing with tiny samples usually involves the use of  microfluidic chips with minuscule engraved channels. But cleaning them is difficult and it is not always easy to keep liquids separate until they are ready to be mixed. The bouncing droplets offer a way around these problems.

Richard Hill a physicist at the University of Nottingham, UK, told New Scientist: "This technique will be very useful for manipulating liquids where only very small quantities of the fluid are obtainable, for example, in biosciences or forensics where it is extremely important to avoid contamination of the liquid."

Dorbolo is quick to point out that the bouncing levitation technique is far from perfected. Future research will include floating multilayered droplets with an oil coat surrounding a watery interior.

Journal reference: New Journal of Physics (DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/10/11/113021)

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