Intuition: How Encompassing is it?

There are linguistic and philosophical definitions of the word ‘intuition’ but I prefer to simply define it as ‘Perceiving without Reasoning’. I have seen documents claiming that law enforcement agencies use psychics to help in their investigations. So I wasn’t surprised when I read this article claiming that the government tried to use intuition as a ‘paranormal’ weapon:

‘In 1995, A Government Funded Intuition Project Was Shut Down By Congress For Fear That It Would Be Used Against Them…

‘In the 70s, two great scientists, Russell Targ and Harold Puthoff, had finally found a way to link spirituality and science together and they called it Remote Viewing. And after years of strict scientific testing, they held in their hands the most powerful mental tool. For decades this information was only accessible to the elite and the invited.

‘Until the entire Remote Viewing project was shut down in 1995…

‘Congress feared that this skill would be used against them. But lucky for us, the Freedom of Information Act revealed the results of the Remote Viewing research.

‘Finally, the details of the highly scientific experiments were released and exposed the world to Remote Viewing.’ –MindPowerNews

Warning: Do not tinker with psychic abilities if you don’t have it.

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2 Responses to Intuition: How Encompassing is it?

  1. pochp says:

    Thank you very much Alex.
    You are always welcome.

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