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Re: mind noise - any head traumas?

Posted by avid abulia on July 13, 2003, at 15:17:24

In reply to mind noise - any head traumas?, posted by Barbara Cat on July 4, 2003, at 11:45:45

> For anyone who has had this mind noise stuff, did you have a head injury before it started? Maybe fell on your head as a child, or hit hard on the face or head? A woman I know is a very powerful psychic, used by the police and the FBI. She said her psychic abilities started in her 30s when she fell off a horse and sustained head injuries and concussion. They started with voices in her head and progressed to the point where she decided to go through formal training to channel these strange occurances. This head scrambling has been documented in many other psychic's lives - not only head injuries, but a massive scrambling of brain functions accompanied by chaotic mood disorders. When it reordered itself, they had a new sensitivity, able to pick up 'other channels' on their neural TV set. There's even some very interesting research done on this by a physicist, last name Prigogine, on chaos and new level of reordering. Something to think about.

Hey, that is an interesting thing to think about. I wouldn't go so far as to make claims of psychic abilities for myself, though some people who know me have tried to tell me they think i am. I like to think of it as more a matter of just being more in tune with what is going on around me and having an unconscious that pieces things together, and makes breakthroughs into my normal awareness. i have had multiple head injuries though, to answer your question.

But as regards your friend, there is a reference in "Naked Lunch" and again in "The Wild Boys" to William S. Burroughs' theory that so far as psi goes, there are receiving and transmitting functions, and people who have hallucinations would be very strong receivers.

i would guess that in the case of shared delusional disorder (AKA folie a deux) the originally delusional party would be a very strong transmitter.

i don't like to dismiss anything out of hand (though, being human, i can't help but occasionally do it anyway... c'est la vie, we are all hypocrits) including psi theories. It is just too bad that we have not yet developed techniques to test these in a scientifically acceptable manner and have nothing more than anecdotal evidence to go off of as of this point.

Definitely the proverbial food for thought.





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