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IRVOYANCE

CLAIRVOYANCE

A Research Paper submitted
In Partial Fulfillment to
Requirement in English IV

Submitted to:
Mrs. Elizabeth Arcilla
Teacher

By:
Nikko B. Capote
IV- Einstein

November 3, 2011

Thesis Statement

Some humans really experience something unnatural, something unique – and this is the power of mind to sight the future and back to past called, CLAIRVOYANCE.

Table of Contents

I. Introduction

II. Definition

III. Types of Clairvoyance

a. Clairaudience
b. Clairsentience

IV. Experimental Evidence

V. Anecdotal Evidence

VI. Conclusion

VII. Bibliography

Introduction

Perception happens when situations make a pattern to which we respond, we say that we perceive. Thus certain light waves which stimulate our eyes may be perceived as an object we called a book. Certain sound waves which stimulate our eardrum are perceived as melody. From a great complexity of situations, we may perceive that a friend is hurt by something we have said.

Our sensations may differ from those of another person because, to mention only three, our seeing apparatus or hearing apparatus or smelling apparatus is more acute or less acute than his. More pronounced is the difference in our perceptions from those of a friend; for our individual experiences may influence our perceptions very much. Thus one person might perceive the same situation to be rather favourable. Yet the actual facts might be that the situation would have little effect on either of them.

1 “Psychology for living”, Herbert Sonkenson, page 303

Definition

Extrasensory Perception (ESP). Response to external stimuli without any known sensory contact.

A. Telepathy. Transference of thought from one person to another without the mediation of any known channel of sensory communication (for example, identifying a playing card that is merely being thought by one person).

B. Clairvoyance. Perception or objects on events that do not provide a stimulus to the known senses (for example, identifying a concealed playing card whose identity is unknown to any one).

C. Precognition. Perception of a future event that could be anticipated through any known identical inertial process (for example, predicting that a particular number were come up on the next show throw of a pair of dice).

Clairvoyance

(Klair VOY uhns), a word used with several meanings in spiritualism and physical research. Sometimes it is used to denote transcendental vision of beings on another plane of existence.

2 “The World Book Encyclopedia”, volume 4, page 495

Clairvoyance is an awareness of events, objects, on people without the use of five common senses. It is the major form of Extrasensory Perception (ESP). A perform that a person which can locate a lost child on perform similar acts without using known senses might be considered CLAIRVOYANT.

3 “Encyclopedia Britannica”, volume 5, page 752

Clairvoyance, a faculty of seeing, or becoming aware of, things not at the time visible to the eye. This phenomenon, often called second sight, it is not common, but many well- established instances are on record. It usually takes the form of a person suddenly seeing something happening at a distance; but there have been cases where the clairvoyant, when blindfolded or in total darkness, was able to describe pictures or the color of objects placed in the hand, or to read the contents of a closed book.

4 “The Universal Library”, volume 3, page 414

Types of Clairvoyance

A. Clairaudience

“Clairaudience” is a term sometimes used to indicate Astral Hearing. Some writers on this subject treat “clairvoyance” as a separate class of phenomena. But we fail to see the distinction they make. It, of course, employs a different astral senses functioning on the astral...
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