In this July 4, 2021 article for The Pulse, Arjun Walia reports on the findings of a meta-analysis conducted published in 2014 by the Frontiers in Human Neuroscience entitled Predicting the Unpredictable: Critical Analysis and Practical Implications of Predictive Anticipatory Activity. According to the study, the human body can detect randomly delivered stimuli 1-10 seconds in advance. Researchers found that there are physiological changes in the cardiopulmonary, skin, and nervous system before the event occurred.
Walia says that this is not the first study to show that precognition is real. He cites the declassified Department of Defense research on remote viewing, the research conducted by the Heart Math Institute, and another meta-analysis published in 1989.
To end this article, Walia cites a quote by Cassandra Vieten, President and CEO at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Vieten said, “There seems to be a deep concern that the whole field will be tarnished by studying a phenomenon that is tainted by its association with superstition, spiritualism, and magic. Protecting against this possibility sometimes seems more important than encouraging scientific exploration or protecting academic freedom. But this may be changing.”
Editor’s Note: Is precognition real? The evidence is saying that yes, it is. The problem now is how our society is going to accept it, and whether we still have the bandwidth to explore the unknown realms of human capacity.
Can materialist scientists accept the fact that the human body has intelligence that is beyond what they can measure and observe? Can they accept that reality perhaps they may never find the physical basis of this intelligence? We think that it will be very difficult for the materialists because, if they accept that the body has aspects that are beyond the physical realm then it means that their entire belief system is wrong and must be overhauled.
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