Parrots telepaths


Scientists conducted a large-scale experiment, which confirmed that the parrots have not only a phenomenal ability to copy speech, music and voice, but also the ability of telepathic communication.

In an experiment conducted in 2000 Sheldrekom Rupert, British biochemist and parapsychologist, put forward the theory of morphogenetic fields, more than 100 different images corresponding to the words that he knew and spoke parrot named N'kisi were randomly selected by a third party (the mistress of a parrot Aimee). These pictures were placed in numbered sealed envelopes, and no one knew what the images on the envelopes.

Were installed two cameras (the time on the cameras was a difference of 10 seconds), one camera constantly filming the parrot, and the other — his owner Amy, who was in the basement, behind closed doors. She opened the envelope and looked at each picture for two minutes. Of course, the parrot did not know what she is doing.

Statistical analysis of the video gave phenomenal results of the experiment, showing a remarkable ability of telepathy a parrot.

Sometimes the parrot did not say anything, sometimes called the hostess to return, shouting: «Come back, come back, why are you grauly with me?» (Come back, come back, why are you mad at me?). He thought that Amy was mad at him, as she left the room. But in other cases, the parrot is very aptly calls that were shown in the pictures.

Amy says that for several years taught N'kisi your parrot to speak the human language, and discovered that the parrot has telepathic abilities. Because the industry is relatively new, as there are only a few models for the analysis of such information. Scientists are trying to unravel this phenomenon.

The video shows the parts of the experiment. For example, Amy looks at the picture of a flower, and the parrot says, "We'll take a picture, a flower …" "Yes, go and take a picture of a flower." "You go on camera and show the flowers now." "This is a picture of a flower."

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Amy, located in the basement, looking at the picture of a man and a woman in a swimsuit walking on the beach. The parrot says, "Look at my beautiful naked body." When Amy looked at the picture a man with a mobile phone, the parrot said, "It's a phone" — and issued the funny sounds that can make only a phone. Then he asked, "What are you doing on the phone?"

When Amy looked at the picture where the man sticks his head out of the car, the parrot said, "That's great, you pulled your head."

Looking at photos of a woman embracing a man from behind, the parrot said, "Oh, that's a hug." "I can give you a hug?"

Recall that during the experiment, Aimee and parrot were in different rooms.

At the end of the video shows how Amy hugs parrot N'kisi and asks, "Can I kiss you?" — And Amy gladly bestows the kiss of a beloved pet. Then she asked him: "Can I kiss you? '. The parrot said, "Hurry up, I can not reach out to you."

Rupert Sheldark says that many parrots are responsible telepathic thoughts on the hosts, but perhaps they are not as advanced as this. Many parrots know who is calling on the phone and call out the name of a person on the line, or call the names of people who will soon have to come to their owners.

Similar experiments were conducted Clive Baxter, who connected the plant to a lie detector, and when I thought, for example, the burning of plant leaves, needle detector started to draw the same curve, which occurs when a person screaming "Help!". Plants even know when a person is bluffing, their reaction was getting weaker, but intensified again if the threat came from a new man.

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