Psycho Kinesis - Various - Evidence (File)

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  1. Duzilkree says:
    psychokinesis: [noun] movement of physical objects by the mind without use of physical means — compare precognition, telekinesis.
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  4. Tojora says:
    Based on the following different types of formal evidence — namely (1) expert opinion, (2) documents/deeds, (3) inspection or visual evidence, and (4) witnesses and .
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  6. Dobei says:
    Handwritten on various documents are initials or notations, such as the name of the payee, the notes in the memo field on the front of a paper check, or the endorsement on the back of a check. It is not uncommon to find handwritten notebooks with the details of a company’s financial transactions that are not recorded electronically on the.
  7. JoJokazahn says:
    Psycho-Kinesis: Moving Matter with the Mind Paperback – January 1, In the text, the author gives accounts of different cases of psychokinesis and even claims to have the ability himself. But what turned me off was when he stated how he tried using P-K to move a small piece of tile, that he in fact "did" move it with his mind, as in Reviews: 9.
  8. Nikok says:
    Psychokinesis, also called telekinesis, in parapsychology, the action of mind on matter, in which objects are supposedly caused to move or change as a result of mental concentration upon them. The physical nature of psychokinetic effects contrasts with the cognitive quality of extrasensory perception (ESP), the other major grouping of parapsychological phenomena.

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