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  1. Bebelina kospla.com Valued Senior Member

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    Oh Gustav, I was waiting for you...
     
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  3. scheherazade Northern Horse Whisperer Valued Senior Member

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    I bear greetings to the self-proclaimed female Messiah.

    As we have not had cause to interact overmuch, I took a stroll through the archives and observed that of the 97 threads you have started during your tenure, these two have received the most views.


    Sleeping pills posts 36 views 9,923 General Science & Technology


    Mental illness and parapsychology. posts 165 views 9,296 Parapsychology


    I have the impression that you are of the opinion that telepathy is possible.

    Perhaps so.......

    You called.

    I replied.

    The reception is rather poor, however. Sunspots, solar flares and variable atmospheric pressure are causing interference.

    And then there is the matter of our ISP, intermittent service provider, lol....

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  5. Gustav Banned Banned

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    ...while cavorting with sock

    /furious
     
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  7. Bebelina kospla.com Valued Senior Member

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    Thank you for the effort of searching the archives, almost 10 000 views each, not bad for threads not containing nudity.

    Well, I believe telepathy is possible and should be investigated more, with an open mind, then it could be developed further and we would not be so dependant on technology, but those big corporations have decided that would be an economical disaster and have therefore convinced the doctors in charge to incarerate anyone who expresses these kind of ideas publically.
     
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  9. scheherazade Northern Horse Whisperer Valued Senior Member

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    My thoughts as well.

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    I have observed and experienced some very unique moments of communication between persons and with my horses, most often when my 'conditioned' way of thinking was most vulnerable from physical stress and exhaustion.

    One incident with the horse, I pondered on for a few days and then set up an experiment whereby the horse would not be responding by conditioned response either.

    Horses are trained to respond to signals given by the rider called 'the aids', those being the rider's seat, legs, hands, eyes and voice.

    As a very experienced rider working with an exquisitely attuned young mare, I found that I could initiate her responses merely by imaging that the pair of us were performing the movement. I was very aware that I had to not change a thing about my other physical aids while attempting this experiment.

    The results were most interesting. The mare would changed gait and then a few seconds delay and I would correct my physical aids to match the new movement. I repeated this experiment several times and have now added this 'visualized telepathy' to my personal interactions with my horses.

    They seem to learn things by osmosis.

    Our brains and biology 'leak energy' and in various circumstances, other people or creatures may become somewhat aware of this energy, even if they are not able to fully locate the source or comprehend a manner in which to utilize it.

    Some interesting things I have encountered, and for the most part, I keep my own counsel. I'm not quite ready for the jacket with the arms that tie in the back.

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    I've managed to convince the majority that I am only mildly eccentric.

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  10. Bebelina kospla.com Valued Senior Member

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    I have been trying the same methods with cats, but with absolutely no success. I think I first read about it in one of the Seth books by Jane Roberts, that I was very into some 20 years ago, that you should visualize your "message" to the cat and the cat would pick it up. Well, either my cats didn't want to do what I told them or just pretended to have no clue of what I was thinking, or even deliberately planned to drive me insane by showing no reaction whatsoever. The possibilities are endless and very suspicious.
     
  11. scheherazade Northern Horse Whisperer Valued Senior Member

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    I used to regard cats as very emotionally and physically independent creatures. Then I met my present husband and he is a cat man.

    We have two cats and hubby can read them like a book. They don't meow or get into your space when they want something as they have free choice kibble available 24/7. They will just look at one of us and then look at the door if they want out. You can tell when they are looking at you, lol, even when your back is turned. I think the cats have learned to practice visualization.

    Our two cats are very big on making eye contact and hubby knows what they want at a glance, be it tuna, milk, a brushing etc. I only do cat care 101 but the cats have decided that I am trainable, they just need to work a bit harder to get my attention.

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    My experience has been with dogs and horses although I did succeed in having one cat come to his name consistently when called and he also learned to sit on his haunches for cat treats. Like I said, I worked with dogs first.

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  12. Anti-Flag Pun intended Registered Senior Member

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    What's Bebelina? :shrug:
     
  13. SciWriter Valued Senior Member

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    Hot, hot, hot for a science forum, and otherwise, too, but a goddess here.
     
  14. scifes In withdrawal. Valued Senior Member

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    i used to mix babelina and lori* in my first days here, one was a female messiah, the other was the church itself..

    i remember you mentioned once you started reading "the cow", how did that go?


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    *speaking of which, where the heck is she?
     
  15. SciWriter Valued Senior Member

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    Lori seems to have gotten mad that her beliefs were not accepted, and so I guess she gave up on this place.
     
  16. francois Schwat? Registered Senior Member

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    The 'ultimate'? Thank god!
     
  17. SciWriter Valued Senior Member

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    Bebelina is scientific, good looking, and great with Premiere video effects. She also developed a warm fusion in a cold country and so she is up for the Nobel Science Prize.

    She may or may not get another prize, such as the Nobel Peace Prize, but remember that it was Nobel who invented the 'peace' of dynamite.
     
  18. Enmos Valued Senior Member

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    It wasn't quite like that. She got mad because her 'adventures with god' were subscribed to her brain malfunctioning.
     
  19. Bebelina kospla.com Valued Senior Member

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    "The Cow"??? No, that wasn't me. At least I don't remember ever attempting reading anything called like that. Right now I'm reading "Lär känna psykopaten" by Görel Kristina Näslund and "Kalifens Hus" by Tahir Shah. Both very interesting.
     
  20. Bebelina kospla.com Valued Senior Member

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    Well, all are animals, including "hubby". It's very popular among my female friends to call their husbands or boyfriends for housepets instead.
    When looking an animal in the eyes it's easy to at least assume what they are thinking, but it would have been better if that ability was more solid and dependable, so you could also read their mind when they are out of sight and possibly in danger.
     
  21. Bebelina kospla.com Valued Senior Member

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    Yes, I definitely deserve many awards.
     
  22. scifes In withdrawal. Valued Senior Member

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    the latter.. why're you interested in ancient middle eastren/islamic stuff?
    and by "the cow" i meant the quran, you sure you weren't the one who said you started reading it?
     
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