THE HOLY GRAIL OF THE paranormal is an understanding of telepathy. It has long evaded us, but maybe this is because we look at it the wrong way.
In the previous chapter I showed how culture – be it our over-culture, sub-cultures or simply family culture – can have such an influence upon us that it changes our perception of reality to form a specific consensus which has a large degree of control upon us.
This consensus continues to work in the wider world.
An obvious spin-off from this is that it would also condition a certain kind of response to specific stimuli in the outside world. In other words, within a culture it predestines people to think and assess situations alike. This can often appear to be telepathic communication.
A classic case of such ‘oneness’ is mass hysteria. Here people can seem to spontaneously react to stimuli. If we add the known power of suggestion to this psycho-social brew, stimuli has an added power to cause oneness of thought. Indeed, this is a classic environment for allowing a curse to affect behaviour, to the point that the curse appears to work.
However, phenomena indicative of telepathy requires more. Throughout this series I’ve pointed out our ability to attain, and be affected by, a mass of unconsciously received information from the outside world. This now becomes even more essential.
Walking round an average city on an average day you will hear thousands of conversations and experience thousands of stimuli. None of this is consciously realized, but is unconsciously experienced. Those conversations will contain not only information of relevance to those involved, but of others they know.
In effect, tens of thousands of bits of information could be inputted every day. Then you experience some form of like stimuli, the unconscious appraises this – maybe a conversation inputted weeks ago about someone you have never met – and the two factors merge and rise into consciousness, and you have received apparently telepathic, even precognitive, information – the only difference between classic interpretation being that it is not extra sensory, but inner sensory. Yet an ‘inner’ that is much wider and communal than we presently accept.
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