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Just thinking about ESP confuses many people But in all actuality it isnt that hard to understand if you break it down There are basically three different types of ESP ability to read the future see the past and the ability to communicate mind to mind with no speech Arvey 10Of these forms precognition is the ability to see what is in the future Grunwald 16 This is the form of ESO that most fortunetellers claim to have There have been numerous accounts of seeing the future For example right before John F Kennedy died he told his wife that he had a funny feeling that he would die in office Than he also told his wife that while he was in a convertible car it would be easy for anyone to shoot him from a window so they might as well not even worry about it because there would be no way to stop it Arvey 15 In this view the future is thought to be nothing more than just a number of different possibilities that could happen after the present time which can be varied by choices made between the present time and the future With all of the different possibilities that could happen in the future it is possible that guessing the correct future has been wrongfully credited with reading the future With no proof that anyone is able to actually read the future consistently many people still remain skeptical of believing that it is possible to look into the future retrocognition in which you have great knowledge of past events with which you had no encounter through you five senses Arvey 11 These encounters with ESP often relate to events that have happened before the person who experiences the lapse of ESP was ever born Retrocognition is much more convincing than precognition because if it is just a guess the odds of guessing correctly are far less If it did not
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