Majority of poll respondents report near-death or other ESP experiences

Posted: November 18, 2015 in Underground Knowledge
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Interim results in the latest poll in our Underground Knowledge discussion group on  reveals nearly two thirds of poll respondents claim to have experienced ESP or Extra Sensory Perception (e.g. Remote Viewing, Near Death Experiences, precognition, out-of-body experiences, telepathy, seeing auras etc).

To date, in response to the question Have you ever experienced ESP? poll results show 61% say YES; some 30% say NO; and 9% are UNSURE.

Poll respondents’ comments make for interesting reading. Here’s a sample selection of those comments:

Damn, I just realized this poll began on Friday the 13th 🙂

I have an interesting theory…Leading neuroscience theorists now believe that consciousness lies at a subatomic quantum level. If so, it would make the brain the greatest biological quantum field generator ever created. At the quantum level, time does not exist. Whatever has, is or will happen already theoretically has. If your consciousness can tap into the universe on a quantum level, theoretically we all have the capability to create our own “Spidey Senses”.

Some theorists even believe that we remember forward, so in effect we are living in a world that has already occurred and we constantly are in a state of catching up. I think that this is a great theory and it would make sense if you view it in terms of ESP, or clairvoyance. “Future Memory”.

Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda is one of the best books I’ve read on this subject. Interestingly, this was Steve Jobs’ favorite book. At Jobs’ funeral, all attendees were given a copy of the book and it was the only book he ever downloaded onto his iPad…

Out of body experience twice, and auras frequently. Auras are common in people who have seizures, they can before a seizure and also have a feeling of deja vu. You basically know it is coming before it happens.

Lots of fascinating experiences mentioned here that i wish i could experience out of curiosity. I still think that before looking outward into the universe, we have to rule out that it’s not solely caused within our own neural network.

I was clinically dead for a short period on Oct. 19, 1996. It was enough to lead me to make major changes in my life. Death of this body is NOT the end of our existence.

Two near death experiences and one I was actually dead on way into operating theatre!


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Poll ends November 26.



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