Superhuman abilities have been present and written about in human literature, spanning all cultures, since the beginning of time. There are several examples, from the Yoga Sutras all the way up to present day CIA experimentation. For example, one document referring to a study done on a man with “paranormal” abilities puts it quite blunt,
“The experiment demonstrated Mr. Zhang Baosheng possesses paranormal abilities. He can make small objects penetrate obstacles. After such penetrations, the microscopic structure and properties do not show and observable changes.” (full document)
Donald Lopez Jr, a professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies at the University of Michigan, describes the many abilities ascribed to Buddha:
“With this enlightenment, he was believed to possess all manner of supernormal powers, including full knowledge of each of his own past lives and those of other beings, the ability to know others’ thoughts, the ability to create doubles of himself, the ability to rise into the air and simultaneously shoot fire and water from his body. . . . Although he passed into nirvana at the age of eighty-one, he could have lived “for an aeon or until the end of the aeon” if only he had been asked to do so.” (source)
These are from the STRAGATE files. Mr Baosheng has been the subject of testing from the Chinese government, as well as the CIA, who also published another document titled “Research into paranormal ability to break through spatial barriers.”
He’s not the only one, the documents listed here and below speak of dozens of people, including children. Here is another example from Russia.
As far back as 1981, more than 100 centres to study children with purported exceptional abilities and mental capabilities were formed with the cooperation of more than 100 formally trained scholars.
The United States Air Force document showcased above, as well as some CIA documents, also refer to the fact that some children were able to teleport objects from one location to another, thus “breaking through spatial barriers.”
You can read more about that in detail, here.
Another experiment involved mental teleportation of bits of paper out of a sealed plastic film container. This was documented in a report published in 2010 by retired research chemist Dong Shen. What’s even more fascinating is that these methods were taught to others and the success rate was 40 percent.
“The results of the Chinese Teleportation experiments can simply be explained as a human consciousness phenomenon that somehow acts to move or rotate test specimens through a 4th spacial dimension, so that specimens are able to penetrate the solid walls/barriers of their containers without physically breaching them.” – Eric Davis, Ph.D, FBIS (source)
Really, there are too many examples to list.
The document below speaks about a new branch in science, it’s underlined.
“A New Branch of Science”
Nikola Tesla stressed the fact that, “The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.” Understanding what he referred to as “non-physical phenomena” played a key role in his quest and rumoured success in building an electric generator which was attached to “the very wheel-work of nature.” Vedic philosophy greatly influenced him, you can read more about that and see the proof in detail here.
Today, there are hundreds of renowned scientists trying to bring more attention to this type of phenomena. It’s funny how this type of science, commonly referred to as non-material science, has been studied at the highest levels of global government for decades, yet it’s still shunned by the mainstream, despite some serious statistically significant results.
The remote viewing program in the United States, for example, had an 85 percent success rate.
A study published in the American Journal of Chinese Medicine, as seen in the US National Library of Medicine, demonstrated that a women with special abilities was and is able to accelerate the germination of specific seeds for the purposes of developing a more robust seed stock. (study)
A few years ago, a list of points were co-authored by: Dr. Gary Schwartz, professor of psychology, medicine, neurology, psychiatry, and surgery at the University of Arizona, Mario Beauregard, PhD, from the University of Arizona, and Lisa Miller, PhD, from Columbia University. It was presented at an international summit on post-materialist science, spirituality, and society.
The Summary Report of the International Summit on Post-Materialist Science, Spirituality and Society can be downloaded here: International Summit on Post-Materialist Science: Summary Report (PDF).
They’ve recently put out a groundbreaking documentary, called Expanding Reality.
You can purchase the film here.
“Expanding Reality is about the emerging postmaterialist paradigm and the next great scientific revolution. Why is it important? Because this paradigm has far-reaching implications. For instance, it re-enchants the world and profoundly alters the vision we have of ourselves, giving us back our dignity and power as human beings. The postmaterialist paradigm also fosters positive values such as compassion, respect, care, love, and peace, because it makes us realize that the boundaries between self and others are permeable. In doing so, this paradigm promotes an awareness of the deep interconnection between ourselves and Nature at large. In that sense, the model of reality associated with the postmaterialist paradigm may help humanity to create a sustainable civilization and to blossom.” – Mario Beauregard, PhD, from the University of Arizona
QiGong Master Demonstrating Chi
QiGong is one aspect of this type of science. Today, we have quantum physics, which is hailed as the new science but this type of non material science seems to be the next step beyond quantum physics, as quantum physics seems to be one explanation for this type of phenomena. For example, entanglement has been used as a possible explanation for telepathy. At the end of the day, when it comes to quantum physics as well as parapsychology, both involve human consciousness.
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So, given the fact that we know there are real world examples, this is why we chose to post this video of a supposed demonstration, which has become quite popular on YouTube.
Who really knows if it’s real or not, but one thing is clear, the phenomenon is real.
The filmmaker emphasized what seems to be a very important point, those who have learned and possess these capabilities usually understand that they are forbidden to show them.
It’s unfortunate that, when we do come across such information and such people, they are always in the hands of a some sort of military or intelligence agency, or working for one.
Here is another example of people with such abilities from ancient lore as written by Swami Rama in Living with the Himalayan Masters:
“I had never before seen a man who could sit still without blinking his eyelids for eight to ten hours, but this adept was very unusual. He levitated two and a half feet during his meditations. We measured this with a string, which was later measured by a foot rule. I would like to make it clear, though, as I have already told you, that I don’t consider levitation to be a spiritual practice. It is an advanced practice of pranayama with application of bandeaus (locks). One who knows about the relationship between mass and weight understands that it is possible to levitate, but only after long practice. . .
He (also) had the power to transform matter into different forms, like changing a rock into a sugar cube. One after another the next morning he did many such things. He told me to touch the sand – and the grains of sand turned into almonds and cashews. I had heard of this science before and knew its basic principles, but I had hardly believed such stories. I did not explore this field, but I am fully acquainted with the governing laws of science.” (source)
Others with these abilities, many of which are most likely spiritual practitioners, would never demonstrate their abilities in public. And if there are indeed Yogi’s today, like Buddha and many others who were said to possess such ‘supernatural’ powers, they’re probably spending much of their time in isolation and deep meditation.