from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The faculty of discerning another's thoughts through extrasensory means of communication; telepathy.
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Would you mind reading me the advertised description of Mr. Hosmer Angel? "
Hes taking the mind reading to another level, assuming shes making excuses not to see him, and making the situation catastrophiceverythings ruined.
If positive results were obtained in this testing, the experimental design did not rule out the medium’s possible mind reading of the experimenters and sitters or the reading of the information in the vacuum of space.
If I were viewing the Dr. Michaels-Philip exploratory investigation in isolation, I would be inclined to predict that the superpsi hypotheses of possible mind reading or remote viewing were more probable than the presence-of-Spirit hypothesis.
Einstein is well aware of the theoretical possibility of mind reading as well as what is termed super-psi—such as reading dead information in the quantum vacuum of space.