Extraordinary Experiences; Could Real Information Have Somehow Bypassed the Usual Sensory Channels?

Can we sense what’s happening to loved ones thousands of miles away? Why are we, sometimes, certain of a caller’s identity the instant the phone rings? Do intuitive hunches contain information about future events? Is it possible to perceive information without the use of the ordinary senses? Can psychic or “psi” experiences be studied by science, or are they beyond the reach of rational understanding?”

There is absolutely no doubt about it that you have asked questions concerning the myriad unexplained events which seem to move in that particular spectrum we are not able to see with the naked eye. Many people believe that such “psychic phenomena” are rare talents or divine gifts. Others don’t believe they exist at all. 

Even though these vivid nightmares of malevolent dark shadows are assigned to sleep paralysis, pre-cognitive knowledge to coincidence and ghostly figures to an abundant imagination and fear, there could be another rational explanation for these blobs and blips to overlap our (classical) reality. To get a clearer picture about what is it that we see fleeing from our peripheral vision, what has, or is, creating this variety in believes and how to pour all this in the research fields of parapsychology and cognitive science; The Next Truth contacted Dr. Neil Dagnall and Dr. Kenneth Drinkwater from the Manchester Metropolitan University.

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Their upcoming research (Neuropsychological and Cognitive-Perceptual characteristics associated with Mediums and Psychics) as well as their previous research in the scientific fields of Psychology, Neuropsychology, Parapsychology and Cognitive Psychology, neither question the reality of these foggy realms nor the beliefs and/or experiences people have or had on the contrary! Together with their students, Dr. Dagnall and Dr. Drinkwater are studying the individual differences that exist between people to appraise cognitive processing and neurological correlates.

To get more familiar with the research conducted by Dr. Dagnall and Dr. Drinkwater www.researchgate.net 

Their intriguing Q&A can be read in the upcoming issue of The Next Truth (April 2020) www.magcloud.com

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