One of the most common and most easily demonstrated psychic abilities of man is telepathy, which can be defined as the mental process of transmitting or receiving thoughts without the use of one’s physical senses.
The existence of man’s telepathic powers has been scientifically demonstrated beyond doubt by Dr. JB Rhine of Duke University in North Carolina after more than 25 years of controlled laboratory experiments involving hundreds of subjects.
In Dr. JB Rhine’s experiments, both the transmitter and receiver were facing each other without seeing what the other was transmitting. They were separated only by a wooden wall. So the question that has often been raised is whether telepathic signals can be transmitted over long distances. Or is there a limit to how far telepathy can go?
This question was answered by astronaut Edgar Mitchell, who conducted an unauthorized experiment in telepathy while in outer space.To read the rest of the article, click here.