Connections Through Time
P-I-A's Quarterly Online Publication
Issue 3: April - June 1999
Topics - Human Nervous System and Precognition
The mysteries of the conscious, the subconscious, and the human nervous system are explored in this issue. After getting a sense of the complexity of the human nervous system, it becomes clear that human capabilities are likely to be much greater than we generally appreciate. Also note that most of what happens in our nervous system is subconscious.
Human Nervous System and Consciousness
Replication of the SRI Precognition Experiments by Princeton University
Did you know that you have about 100 billion nerve cells (neurons) in your body, and that they are intimately connected through 100 trillion, or so, synapses? These numbers are so large as to (a) boggle the mind and (b) leave room for many more capabilities than any of us use. In the electron microscope picture, at the right, the black area (which is filled with details not shown) is a single synapse where electrochemical signals are passed from one neuron to another.
Predicting the Future when there is a random process between the now of the prediction and the
future-time-event is one of the most mysterious capabilities of the human nervous system and an equally mysterious aspect of the way our universe operates. This type of precognition was scientifically studied by the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) with positive findings. As a normal part of the scientific process, replication of these studies was essential for proving the reality of precognition. That is what the PEAR group at Princeton University has done.
How to Train Your Intuition to Predict the Future: MISTIE
A new online tool has been developed to permit you to make predictions and get feedback in minutes concerning the Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral nature of a target/photograph you will be shown in a few minutes. The target/photo will be randomly chosen after you submit your prediction. Photographs of the targets and quantitative feedback are provided. MISTIE can be used with many prediction techniques; we discuss the Pendulum, Associative Remote Viewing, and Hunches.
Copyright 1999 by Physics-Intuition-Applications, Inc.