Psychokinesis (literally "mind-movement") or PK, also known as telekinesis (literally "distant-movement"), is the ability to influence the behavior of matter by mental intention or activity, whether consciously or unconsciously. The term remote influencing came into more widespread use in 2004. This is often confused with remote viewing, which means ďthe trained ability to access information from a remote geographic location using something other than the known five senses.Ē (www.akashicuniversity.com/articles/RemoteVAS.htm)
Psychokinesis, like other aspects of parapsychology, "seems to stand out in some way among subjects that are commonly dismissed as 'pseudoscientific,'" writes Patrick Grim in Philosophy of Science and the Occult. "Many who scoff at Atlantis, Bigfoot, or the Bermuda Triangle nevertheless take parapsychological research ... quite seriously.... Parapsychology is represented by numerous tomes of research material." While saying that it is not possible to "settle the status of parapsychology as science or pseudoscience" it represents a "troublesome case for attempts at demarcation."
Girls in the Psychic Club: Idols attempt ESP in odd sci-fi mockumentary
Nobuhiro Yamashita has never been one to do the obvious, which in his case would have meant churning out more charmingly offbeat teen comedies like his 2005 breakout ‚ÄúLinda Linda Linda.‚ÄĚ Instead Yamashita stretched himself with films like ‚ÄúMatsugane Ransha Jiken (The Matsugane Potshot Affair)‚ÄĚ from 2006, which mixed brutal violence with wacky gags, and [‚Ä¶] The post Girls in the Psychic Club ...
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Examples of psychic power are found in the Bible
The Christian world considers the Bible to be the holiest and greatest book ever written. And for many good reasons. And yet, no two Christian Churches or sects will agree on a single interpretation of its contents.