What is known as so called “para-psychology” was invented as an academic field in the history of ideas for the purpose of the study of psychological phenomena which traditionally in Christianity were deemed to be beyond the epistemological realm of Christianity and whose study was therefore reserved for the historical medieval academic discipline of demonology. The Eurocentric dichotomy between psychology and so called “para-psychology” is thus premised on the medieval Christianity/”Pagan” binary with so called “para-psychology” being sort of a continuation of medieval demonology.
The intelligence world has always expeditiously deployed protective recruitment whenever/wherever scholars of so called “para-psychology” have made significant scientific progress. Para-psychology is nevertheless one of the most thriving fields of research in the intelligence world. This is considered secret military research and is therefore epistemologically treated as classified information and as a field into which academia must not venture. The intelligence world thus continues the traditional Vatican policy of pursuing classified advanced research. Yet, this research is indeed mainly for military purposes of intelligence warfare.
1. Subconscious communication
Virtually no scientist would dispute that subconscious communication is indeed interpersonally performed and few would dispute that projection/introjection exists in projection/introjection simply being the most common term for the most common form of subconscious communication. The barrier between the conscious and the subconscious is atypical in persons with certain cognitive conditions e.g. autism and hypersensitivity and so the medical challenge is to create a more healthy and practical relationship between the conscious and the subconscious in training humans generally to avoid emotionally unhelpful introjection. Communication within the brain takes place by means of electro-chemical reactions and that is also how subconscious communication between two or more organisms takes place.
There is widespread belief in so called “ghosts” in virtually all traditional cultures and so that cannot reasonably become rejected without comprehensive scientific study. These are simply physical residues much like nuclear contamination which has remained in a certain location and can be removed by removing the physical structures (e.g. a building or stones) onto these are physically attached. There is of course nothing “supernatural” whatsoever with holograms as holograms are prominently deployed in intelligence psychological warfare to simply frighten and disorient military adversaries. Physicists acknowledge that they still know very little about physics and so holograms although widely deployed in intelligence psychological warfare still remain poorly understood in terms of its physics.
Transmigration is a phenomenon into which virtually all religious traditions place credit. The proper field for the study of this is the field of genetics in the study of the still not understood purportedly “non-coding” DNA. Memories of purported “previous reincarnations” is another phenomenon which is widely reported. This obviously needs become investigated with appropriate innovative methodologies of genetics, biology and brain research on the basis of endeavoring to also understand it epistemologically and not merely ontologically so.
Virtually all religious traditions believe in the potential ability to predict the future. Prediction of the future is widely deployed in intelligence warfare but is highly unreliable since it is typically easy to do something that will change the outcome. This is essentially an issue that pertains to physics and certainly not to psychology. There are many actors in the stock market who do remarkably much better than most others and so therefore a good beginning would be to conceptualize the brain research of game theory and the physics of choice and especially so considering the multidimensional character of so called “time”. The question of intuition has been considered in philosophy (e.g. by Henri Bergson and in French academic feminism) but in squarely belonging to the repressed realm of the feminine has it been sorely academically disregarded, including in natural science. Few serious persons would however deny themselves experiencing intuition and so the question of intuition needs become the subject of serious and rigorous scientific investigation. The ontology of intuition obviously cannot be understood separately from the epistemology of intuition which in turn cannot be divorced from brain research.
Empathy is a form of interpersonal neurological contact, yet peculiarly has there been no serious attempts in academia to understand the electro-chemical physics of empathy in terms of brain research. No serious person would deny the existence of empathy and this is most clearly a form of partly subconscious communication of neurological contact. As virtually no one denies the existence of empathy is it precisely essential that this very phenomenon of interpersonal neurological contact is extensively researched by natural strict sciences including obviously brain research.
Relocation is a question that needs to be understood much better, in studying e.g. zoology, botanics and gymnastics in understanding how neurological movements interact with the physics of the space (or water) that surrounds us.
7. Placebo effect
The placebo effect is the most well-documented phenomenon in the history of medicine. The efficacy of the placebo effect varies however between different zoological species in e.g. Cat persons being able to spontaneously heal much faster than Dog persons. The question of the placebo effect therefore needs become liberated from the carno-phallogocentric trappings of Eurocentric anthropocentrism.
Traditional cultures consider interaction between life forms as so called “magic” and hence the scientific challenge is to reconsider and discover the physics of interaction between organisms. It should be added that physics is the major scientific discipline underlying intelligence warfare.
The study of the Para-Christian needs to be extended to natural sciences in assuming that every subjectively experiential phenomenon requires scientific explanation rather than merely unscientific apophatic epistemology. We need obviously reject the notion of a “the paranormal” no less than we need reject notions of “the supernatural” and “the metaphysical”. We are however epistemologically limited to that which we performatively already know (or as Derrida put it, “there is nothing beyond the [con]text”) and so peculiarly refraining from even attempting to understand that which we still not know (e.g. as can be observed in xenophobia and other fear-based prejudice) is indeed the most common obstacle to progress in science generally.
The Eurolect – Politics of the Para-Christian documentation project
The Intelligence Entrapment Methods documentation project.