- 人体科学 (ISSN:09182489)
- vol.6, no.1, pp.75-82, 1997-05-30
The authors suggest the strong possibility that clairvoyance, where subjects can perceive letters or objects written on paper that is rolled up or folded and placed in their hand or ear, does indeed exist in the preceding report. In this report, the authors have sought to more strongly prove the existence of this type of clairvoyance and to investigate its characteristics and mechanism through various experiments carried out on six subjects. In a total of seventy-eight trials, the subjects were correct a remarkable 74.4% of the time, and these data could support the verification results in the preceding report. Moreover, the following interesting results have been obtained regarding clairvoyance. (1) The subjects were not greatly influenced by the difference between the two target samples (one was written by a word-processor and the other was written by hand). (2) The subjects could recognize colors, particularly "black," "red" and "blue." (3) The subjects could recognize plural target samples simultaneously. (4) The subjects failed to recognize target samples written with thermosensitive ink in four trials. (5) The subjects could perceive letters or objects written on both sides of the paper. (6) The subjects could recognize target samples without touching them. The authors hope that these test results will present significant data on the research of clairvoyance.