At the centre of your 5D life, deep inside of you, is your "sweet spot". This is your point of telepathic connectedness.

If you've been following along with this introduction, hopping, skipping and enjoying yourself as you've read each new chapter, you'll know exactly what I mean. At the intersection of all your relationships, there is a place where you are in the middle of your "swarm", of your social network. This is your point of telepathic connectedness with the rest of the world. This point radiates out from you to your partner, your family, your friends and to the rest of the universe. When you sense yourself in this “spot”, you'll feel naturally connected with all your loved ones. This centre of telepathic interconnectedness with the world around you creates a natural emotional centre for your 5D existence. It also forms the basis of human telepathy.

This might seem surprising. In the spiritual literature, we read that prophets, channellers, saints, etc. hear telepathic messages in their heads which evidently come from external sources. Most of us interpret these events as a sort of “phone calls from the beyond”, which suggests that some radio antenna beams its messages into the receiver's head.

But that's not really how it works. The way I understand the evidence, human telepathy functions via the Higher Self. Your subconscious inner self is an active telepathy agent who continuously collects interdimensional information from the universe, particularly from your close friends. It is not a passive receiver, but an active agent operating much more like an intelligent Internet browser than a passive radio set. When the information is urgent or when you ask for it actively, your Higher Self lets you become aware of the non-verbal or verbal messages that it has collected. This interdimensional connection point forms a focal part of your 5D existence.

What is telepathy?

Merriam-Webster defines telepathy as "communication from one mind to another by extrasensory means". So at the most elementary level, if you take a pendulum, swing it and find out how a good friend is doing, you are communicating telepathically with your friend, since you're obtaining your information by extrasensory means. All forms of interdimensional communication use telepathy at certain moments.

Is telepathy accurate? Yes, of course, it is as accurate as any of your interdimensional tools are, and particularly so between people who know each other well, as well as in urgent cases. Systematic studies (see below) have shown accuracies of over 50% for guessing which of four friends is calling on a fixed-net phone without caller-ID.

These are relatively recent telepathy results, and most psychologists are still not aware of these amazingly good guesses. But many specialists are aware of the massive sets of parapsychological tests that have shown for more than 80 years that most of us are telepathic to some degree. For example, if you try to guess what card a person behind a wall is looking at, you have a slight above-chance possibility of guessing it right. Given enough such tests, these differences are statistically significant.

Those who do not wish to be considered telepathic curiously show statistically significant below-chance results. In other words, their results are still statistically different from chance results, but in the inverse sense from those who accept the idea of telepathy. So we know that any attempt to use telepathy has some decided effects, despite the massive denial by large groups of people.

Further than the well-established results

TUnfamiliarFamiliarhese well-established results emerged from the thousands upon thousands of (fairly boring) card guessing tests that were conducted during the 1930's, 1940's and 1950's in the context of the J.B. Rhine's Duke University experiments. In the 1950s and 1960s, some statistical issues were verified, and some large meta-studies were performed. But in the end, all these studies supported the original findings. While talented, highly motivated and well-trained persons showed some exceptional results, the average telepathy guess was very close to chance level, and no one has ever been shown to be 100% accurate all the time. For a long time, the slight above-chance results that came out of these studies were thought to correspond to the level of telepathy that is possible for average humans.1

However these tests had been done with people who didn't know each other. When one does tests with people who know each other well, and who also feel that they are telepathically connected to others, the results can be much more impressive.

At left you have the results of a telephone telepathy test conducted by Rupert Sheldrake and performed by people who are either unfamiliar or familiar to the person who is called. The game consisted of guessing who the person was that was calling on a land line without caller ID. All subjects were filmed to make sure they could not cheat (with mobile phones, computers, etc.). Guesses were just barely above chance at 25% for unfamiliar callers, as in the Rhine experiments, but they were at over 50% -- way over the significance levels -- for familiar callers2.

A good way to understand this type of test is to watch a TV video done with the four members of the Nolan Sisters musical band. A musical band has to show internal coherence in order to succeed as a group, and indeed, the band did very well on the telephone telepathy test.3

Dogs and cats that know when their owners are coming home

Dogs and catsThis is quite revolutionary, and Rupert Sheldrake's results provoked a great deal of upset in the materialist scientific community. This kind of result goes directly against the prevailing grain. How could one understand this powerful form of human interconnectedness, and why would humans have such an ability?

To begin to answer this question, we turn to another successful set of experiments done by Rupert Sheldrake: animal telepathy. Animals can show us with great reliability some underlying mechanisms of psychological functioning which are more tricky to demonstrate with humans.

Many people who have dogs and cats have noticed that their animals seem to know when the owners are coming home. At the left is a survey of dog owners in two cities in the UK and two in California (from the video in footnote 2). Around half of the dogs and anywhere from 15% to 42% of the cats show such behaviour. Usually this is simply attributed to the animals hearing characteristic footsteps, or the sounds of typical engine and tyre-noises on the Jaytee's behaviourgravel outside. However, the case is not quite so easy, because dogs and cats actually start expecting their masters a long time before they actually show up at the door.

In fact, in a detailed study of some 800 dogs and some 500 cats, Sheldrake has collected video-taped behaviours of dogs and cats expecting the owners during the hours returning home. An illustration is shown at left. The dog in question began going to the window a full hour or more before the owner actually showed up at home. Sheldrake says that animals usually start their expectation behaviour the moment that owners decide to go home, no matter where they are and what means of transport they choose.

As a sideline, Sheldrake says that animals get distracted from their expectation behaviour by other animals in the neighbourhood -- which is another way of saying that "bored animals that have nothing else to do, show evidence of waiting for their owners to come home". This observation might explain the high scores for Los Angeles dogs and cats, where it is likely that a high percentage of the animals were shut indoors while their owners were absent.

The universal telepathy net

So we have dogs and cats that seem to know when their owners decide to return home -- and where distance or means of travel makes no difference to the results. We also have substantial evidence for telepathic knowledge with familiar telephone callers. Similar large scale results are in the works for SMS and email messages, according to Sheldrake. We may also chuckle over the cats that know in advance when their owners want to take them to the vet and that disappear just in time before the appointment, or about a New York parrot that wakes up its owner with loud comments on her dreams4.

All these results show that telepathy must definitely exist for dogs, birds and humans. This further implies that there must exist some huge universal telepathy net that relates humans, dogs, cats and birds. When dogs are bored enough, they tap into this net to find out if their masters have already picked up the car keys to start the trip home. And when they have, they expectedly go to the window or the door and wait for them to come home. A fascinating aspect of this net is that distance or time are apparently not of importance. Absolutely no effect of distance or message transmission time has ever been documented for the J.B. Rhine experiments, nor for any of Sheldrake's experiments. The telepathy net apparently functions anywhere and in parallel time. It is an “instant-share net”.

But why is this net so "weak", in the sense that we can't decide to "call someone up for a chat" by dialing into this communication net at will? Possibly by design. The experiences of some LSD consumers can describe this for us.

Telepathy under LSD

It appears that in certain cases, LSD has improved the telepathy between two drug experimenters, so that over long periods of time, they were in telepathic contact. These experiences also showed the inconvenience of uncontrolled telepathic communication.

I'll stop quickly to say that I do not wish to encourage uncontrolled experimentation with LSD. I don't say this because of worry that some enterprising lawyers might read these lines. LSD as it is currently available on the illegal market can be contaminated and can present serious health hazards. It really isn't funny to have to go to a hospital to get your stomach pumped out – or yet worse, to end up like a terminal Alzheimer patient. Also, LSD trips provide highly selected and at times distorted views of the world. If you're not guided by an experienced professional, you may become tragically disoriented in your understanding of your own psychology and spirituality. This may for many years lead you down the garden path with respect to your own personal development. Yes, we should permit ourselves to experiment with our creative minds, but always in such a way that we have full control and do not endanger the delicate nervous functioning which constitutes our fabulous human mind. Much safer experimentation with spiritual states is possible with carefully controlled transcranial magnetic stimulation which is totally legal5.

Having said that, let's get back to the evidence. On YouTube, a few young people have described strong telepathic conversations with friends during their LSD experiences6. From what they say, they definitely knew that they were in continuous interactive communication by telepathic means.

A major problem was that they “couldn't hang up the phone”, that the telepathic communications interfered with their normal conversations. They became very confused when someone started speaking, because the two communication lines entered into conflict with each other. Internally, they were still communicating with their friends by telepathy, while externally, they wanted to participate in a spoken conversation. This control problem relates to the fact that under LSD, it is often difficult or impossible to turn off a given perceptual flow. Experimenters are fixed on a certain perceptual focus and cannot deviate their attention.

To us this also suggests that our current level of telepathic capacity is limited because we still have not yet learned to turn on and off the telepathic flow at will. Once we learn to do that, our exploration of the telepathic interdimensional Internet may expand quite a bit more.

Swarm behaviour and the 5th dimension

The consequences of an increased use of telepathy are likely to be considerable. Widely shared telepathy will reach well beyond interpersonal relationships. For example, when you intuitively become aware of what your neighbour thinks and feels, it will be much easier to develop “swarm behaviour” in a group.

Swarms are seen in groups of birds and fishes at certain times of the year when large groups fly or swim in coherent groups. For a long time this type of behaviour was explained as a form of copying one's neighbour's behaviour, but the copy-cat explanation doesn't hold up. According to Sheldrake, calculations have shown that it would take far too long to pass impulses from bird to bird through the entire swarm via the visual and neural systems. An alternative explanation could be based on animal telepathy. If birds follow an evolving master plan shared in an instant-share telepathic system, the timing of coordinated swarm behaviour could be explained much more easily.

Of course swarm behaviour in animals parallels cooperative behaviour in humans, which we know to be fostered in the 5th dimension. When we take into account the evidence on animal and human telepathy, a link becomes evident between 5D cooperative and swarm behaviour. At times when it is in the interest of most members of a group, strongly cooperative, or “swarm behaviour” could emerge where directions are determined cooperatively via the same instant-share telepathy net. In the long run, we could evolve towards a novel social model where we become much more strongly interrelated through our subconscious communication links.

Also, if increasing numbers of ascended humans develop their telepathic capacities, we shall know ever more clearly what misdeeds are being committed left and right, with very important consequences on police, legal and political functioning. In turn, the development of greater telepathic capacity would also provoke some major issues around the protection of privacy and human rights.

As we have seen, telepathic communication is only useful if it can be turned on and off voluntarily. It remains to be seen if and to which degree criminals will be able to hide their misdeeds, and whether individuals will be able to preserve their legitimate intimacy when it is appropriate in conditions of accrued telepathic ability in the population.

Humanity may be on the point of raising entirely new issues of social behaviour and privacy as we enter a 5th dimensional world where telepathic functioning becomes part of our daily lives.

Melki

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1 Start with review on http://archived.parapsych.org/members/jb_rhine.html

2 Illustration from YouTube "Rupert Sheldrake the Evolution of Telepathy" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MOzlSF0a8M. For a mixture of 1000 familiar as well as unfamiliar callers, Sheldrake quotes 42% correct identifications in the video given in the next footnote.

3 "Rupert Sheldrake Telephone Telepathy" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UdOi3s-tBzk

4 "Rupert Sheldrake - The Extended Mind - Telepathy" (3 parts):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo0gyXZQv0o

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0V6KBzIhu4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYkoQ9WnwAM

5 E.g. the “Shakti helmet”, www.shaktitechnology.com.

6 E.g. YouTube “Telepathy During an MDMA and LSD Trip” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IvtZgrRk7k. Telepathic experiences with clear communication of previously unknown information were also gathered with pure LSD in officially sanctioned laboratory tests performed during the 1960s and 1970s with terminal cancer patients at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center, see Grof, Stanislav (2006). The Ultimate Journey: Consciousness and the Mystery of Death. Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS).

Images captured from the respective YouTube videos.

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