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Old 12-01-2009, 06:44 AM   #1
Brinty
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Default Telepathic communication with astronauts

I have a book on my bookshelf that was printed in 1973. the contents were copyrighted in 1951. The authors are Harold Sherman and Sir Hubert Wilkins. They tell of an experiment in ESP contact while Sir Hubert was in the Arctic and Harold Sherman was in New York - a distance of 2000 to 3000 miles. The experiment was considered to have been successful. This experiment took place in 1937.

The book has a foreword by astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell who took part in a similar experiment while on the Apollo 14 flight between January 31 and February 9 in 1971. This experiment, over a distance of 150,000 miles was also considered a success.

Makes you stop and think doesn't it? Radio contact may not be needed after all. Come to think of it, what would be easier to eves drop on, a radio connection or a telepathic connection?

The book's title, if you want to check whether it is still available, is "Thoughts Through Space."
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