著者
佐古 曜一郎 本間 修二
出版者
人体科学会
雑誌
人体科学 (ISSN:09182489)
巻号頁・発行日
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.
著者
佐古 曜一郎 本間 修二
出版者
国際生命情報科学会
雑誌
Journal of International Society of Life Information Science (ISSN:13419226)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.15, no.1, pp.169-175, 1997-03-01

著書らは、小さく丸めた紙の中の文字や図形を、視覚を使わないで認識するという透視の実証研究を進めている。一方、音を聞くと絵や色が見えるというような、五感の内の複数の感覚が結合する「共感覚」という現象が知られている。今回、第六感ともいえる透視において、この共感覚があるのか否かを検証した。実験対象サンプルには、聴覚・味覚・嗅覚・触覚を刺激しやすい文字または図形を選び、透視実験を7人の被験者に対して行った。この実験をのべ20回行い、音情報が最初にきた例、臭いが最初にきた例が各1例ずつあった。これらは2例だけだが透視にも共感覚に類似した現象が存在する可能性が示唆された。
著者
佐古 曜一郎 本間 修二
出版者
人体科学会
雑誌
人体科学 (ISSN:09182489)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.7, no.1, pp.71-79, 1998

The authors have already reported some positive results of the evidence of clairvoyance, where subjects could perceive letters or drawings on a sheet of paper which was rolled up or folded into small size, and placed in their hands or ears. Several researchers such as Chen Shouliang of Beijing University pointed out that human beings had the ability of clairvoyance universally, and that especially children got easily this ability by training etc. The authors report the verification of the hypothesis that clairvoyance can be evoked. Evoked clairvoyance tests using letters or drawings written by hand with a pen (four colors: red, green, blue and black) were carried out over four days, on fifteen Japanese school children without previous clairvoyance training. The test results for both shapes and colors of the target samples could support this hypothesis. For six children out of the fifteen clear clairvoyance was induced, and other five children were recognized to have the possibility of clairvoyance. In addition, positive factors and negative factors which influenced the acquisition of clairvoyance were observed.