A guardian spirit who communicates inspiration and advice. See also guardian angel.
Generally understood to be the extinction of an organism's life. Many doctrines assert some form of mental or spiritual survival of physical death. See also deathbed experience, haunting, mediumship, near-death experience, reincarnation.
Death Bed Visions
A dying person has an awareness of the presence of dead relatives or friends, these visitors are said to come and assist the dying with the transition from life to death.
Seeing or doing something completely new but having the distinct feeling that the experience had been done before.
A term used to refer to any kind of anomalous experience.
The paranormal fading or disappearance of a physical object. See also deport.
Possession by evil spirits. See also exorcism.
Demons are said to have the ability to enter your home via the Ouija board, it is claimed that in such cases a demon will attach itself to an individual and not the home and therefore will follow where ever that person goes, similar too but not to be confused with possession. With deep roots In religion, folklore, and mythology a demon is a supernatural force that is generally described as a malevolent spirit. In Christianity demons are generally believed to be fallen angels, formerly of God. A demon is believed by some to be a force that can be conjured and controlled. Demons are also believed to have the ability to possess or inhabit the body of humans, requiring an exorcism to remove it. A demon or demons are portrayed differently in different cultures. Some believe demons to be actual physical beings that can take the form of anything, including small children. Others consider demons as more of a spiritual force of evil battling for one's soul. Demons have been feared and written about in almost every culture in one form or another for as long as history has been recorded
The paranormal movement of objects out of a secure enclosed space. Cf. apport. See also dematerialization, teleportation.
Dimension walking is the ability to shift your consciousness to the left and perceive the dimensional components of life that we are normally unaware of. One can see portals, dimensional energies and structures with this technique. This techniques is related to the In-Between.
Experimental techniques for investigating psychokinesis, in which a subject attempts to influence the fall of dice.
A voice heard in a seance which does not seem to emanate from any person. The voice may seem to come out of thin air, or from a trumpet used specifically for this purpose. Cf. indirect voice.
A spirit or non-material entity. Often used to refer to the personality of a deceased individual. See also channeling, communication, mediumship, possession, survival.
Responses on a psi test that correspond systematically to targets other than the intended one (e.g., those before or after).
Activity performed outside of normal conscious awareness, or mental processes that suggest the existence of separate centres of consciousness.
Practices involving the interpretation of signs or symbols that seek to obtain oracular knowledge of events. Examples of divinatory practices are geomancy, tarot, I Ching, sortilege, and reading tea leaves.
A forked rod (or sometimes a pair of L-shaped rods) used in dowsing.
"Direct Mental Interaction with Living Systems". Psychokinetic influences on physiological processes. See also Bio-PK.
A mirror image or double of a person. See also astral body.
A duplicate of one's own body. See also astral body
Down Through Technique (DT)
An experimental test for clairvoyance in which the person guesses the order of a stacked series of target symbols (e.g., cards) from top to bottom. Cf. up through technique.
The paranormal detection of underground water or mineral deposits (or lost persons and objects) using a divining rod or pendulum.
An uninvited communicator who 'drops in' at a sitting.