Thursday, October 27, 2011

The curious case for psychical research....

It has been over 30 years since the first time the United States of America decided to employ psychics as tactical spies against various factions that posed a threat to our country and its people. Though the results and opinions of this form of intelligence gathering got mixed reviews, we cannot deny that somehow they were able to reproduce verifiable information. Unfortunately, because the research was conducted by the US military, most of the information has been deemed classified. But despite all the red tape, that potential for psychic activity has incapsulated our lives.

We have heard stories of a mother suddenly sensing her child is hurt with nothing more then a simple intuitive feeling, a man who suddenly catches a scent of his grandfather's cologne, the same time the grandfather was declared deceased. What opens up our minds to receive such information? What is this invisible web that interconnects us?

This upcoming webinar deals with the research done to further explore the existence of psychic activity. What are the theories behind it and what have studies shown with the merging of spirituality and science?

Thank you,
Sergey Poberezhny


Trista said...

Just stopped by to say hi. :) I finally gave up on our film swap project and just got the roll developed regularly!

Hope all is well with you.


Myah said...

Hey Sergey, i just found something today that made me smile, so i thought I'd share it with you.

so, i don't know if you're familiar with japanese animation, which is called anime,. but i am really into it.

a few months ago i started watching a show called hetalia, which personifies the countries of the world, based on the countries stereotypes, for example, china is always carrying around a panda, america loves hamburgers and is loud, and russia loves vodka.

so, i found the episode with the ukrainian character, and i thought you'd like to take a look, and mabey tell me if the sterotypes about Ukraine are true, here's the link to the vid.

p.s. this show takes place around world war 2, so the sterotypes about each country may have changed a bit