Psionics: The One Rabbit Hole You’ll Never Come Out Of

Alicen Grey
Nov 6 · 3 min read
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Thanks to the rise of scientism, at least in the proverbial West, there’s a prevailing notion that psychic phenomena have “already been proven nonexistent.” Some would confidently assert that we live in a post-metaphysical age — a godless reality of strict materialism and so-called objectivity.

However, parapsychology (the study of psychic phenomena like extrasensory perception and psionics) is far from dead. In fact, you could say this field of scientific study is currently having its global renaissance. More and more people are waking up to the fact that this branch of scientific study is not “pseudoscientific” after all.

It’s clear that most skeptics of psi phenomena, who claim “there’s no scientific proof that it exists,” have never actually looked for said proof. Turns out, there’s plenty of it.

To quote controversial fringe thinker Eric Dubay:

A meta-analysis of every psi experiment performed and published (in the English language) over the past century was recently conducted by Dean Radin, senior scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Statistically analyzing the data from all 1,019 controlled studies produced the astonishing result of 1.3×10104 to 1 against chance — that is: 1,300,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 to 1 odds against the results being due to coincidence.

After a century of increasingly sophisticated investigations and more than a thousand controlled studies with combined odds against chance of 10104 to 1, there is now strong evidence that some psi phenomena exist. While this is an impressive statistic, all it means is that the outcomes of these experiments are definitely not due to coincidence. We’ve considered other common explanations like selective reporting and variations in experimental quality, and while those factors do moderate the overall results, there can be little doubt that overall something interesting is going on. It seems increasingly likely that as physics continues to refine our understandings of the fabric of reality, a theoretical outlook for a rational explanation for psi will eventually be established.” -Dean Radin, “Entangled Minds” (275)

Though the evidence is undoubtedly there, even the most sincerely open-minded of skeptics will have difficulty accepting the results of this meta-analysis. Why? Because accepting the legitimacy of psi phenomenon requires the relinquishing of one’s entire paradigm. To accept psi phenomena is to accept that your concept of everything — time-space, reality, human potential, perception — has been wrong all along. The implications of this branch of science are enough to completely turn one’s reality upside-down.

To put it mildly: Psionics is the one rabbit hole you will never come out of.

Care for a red pill? Listen to me and psionics researcher Monad Mantis talk about psionics and its deep relationship to extraterrestrials, interdimensionals, spirituality, religion, and plenty more!


Also, I highly recommend Monad Mantis’s website,, where you can learn how to develop your own remote viewing skills (a.k.a. psychic receptivity) using a tried-and-tested scientific process.

Have a nice reality collapse ;)

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