When Frederic William Henry coined the word telepathy (from greek τηλε, tèle “far” and πάθεια, pàtheia “feeling”) in 1882 he couldn’t imagine how far this word would have been. At the beginning the ability to send impressions without external instruments was considered only in parapsychology field rather than conventional scientific studies.

The scientific research has now proved the ability of mind transmission between humans. In the 70’s Darpa (Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency of USA) started projects as “Silent Talk” to introduce telepathic techniques to increase communications between soldiers on battle field.

Thanks to neuroscience field discoveries and the introduction of fMRI (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging) telepathy become much more usable. Several scientists (like Todd Richards of the University of Washington, Ganesan Venkatasubramanian of the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience of Bengalore) demonstrated how to trace brain’s area activity with telepathic messages.


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