Uri Geller.

We have no rational explanation to offer for precognition and/or telepathy.  The Americans, and even more so, the Russians, are looking for a solution in the paradoxes of Time.  No-one has yet been able to give a satisfactory definition of this concept.  What is its nature?  Does it have an objective reality?  For Kant, Time has no reality outside experience.  Bergson distinguishes between “real” Time which is a succession of psychological, free and creative moments, and “mathematical” Time which is submitted to determinism…  However, they all believe that the flow of Time is irreversible, that is to say, that it flows incessantly from an alpha point to an omega point.  This is where contemporary physicists do not agree…

Targ and Puthoff very well show that this irreversibility is more of a subjective constatation, than a scientific law.  Modern physics have made discoveries where information is in fact propagated, not by the present towards the future, but well and truly in the opposite sense:  it is the Englishman Dirac, for example, whose equations, relative to the electron, furnish two solutions in 1920.  One describes a particle with a negative charge, which effectively suits the electron, the other’s charge is mysteriously positive.  It is only in 1932, that this second solution is revealed to be correct also, with the discovery of the positron.  For Targ and Puthoff, this is a typical case of precognition, the emergence of the positron not having yet happened, while it had already provoked a perception in the present…


The Russians have a more materialistic explanation of perception.  The Russian physicist Kozyrev, passionate about the paranormal, says:

“Time is the most important and the most enigmatic element in the Universe.  It doesn’t propagate like Light waves, it manifests itself everywhere instantaneously.  It is Time which connects us to others, and connects all things in the Universe.  This Time, we, the Russians, know how to study it in the laboratory.”

Starting with an asymmetrical pendulum, constituted by a perfected gyroscope and an elastic under tension, Kozyrev was able to demonstrate that, between the pole of the elastic’s traction, which he calls “cause”, and the pole of extension, “effect”, there is a very important “deflection”, or deviation effect, which reveals an increase in temporal density.  Kozyrev says:

“The density is strongest at the pole of traction, which allows me to emit the following postulation:  Time possesses a density which is weak around the cause and strong around the effect.”

Kozyrev notes one disconcerting thing:  chemical reactions, the combustion of sugar for example, affect the gyroscope at a distance.  Without any recourse to a known energy type.


Kozyrev was able to prove that it also affects his apparatus, and singularly, more when he thinks of a poem, than when he redoes a mathematical calculation.


He concludes that telepathy always depends on Time’s density…  Weak near the emitter, it is stronger near the receiver, as in the case of the elastic.  He says:

“We have good hopes of being able to modify temporal density soon in the laboratory.  When we are in measure to do it at will, we shall be able to produce telepathy on order, with any subject.”


The Americans agree.  Doctor Wilson, of the Douglas Laboratories in California thinks:

“I am sure that in ten or twenty years [this text was written over thirty years ago], physicians will have elaborated a theory very close to that of Kozyrev.”

The eminent American physicist Carles A. Muses also assures that it is possible to quantitatively evaluate Time.  Like Richet, he thinks that the energy that it produces is of a vibratory nature.  Doctor Murphy, the President of the American Psychical Research Society, concludes:

“When we have acquired another conception of Time, we shall suddenly understand all of the problems connected to clairvoyance, and all the pieces of the puzzle will fall into place”…


Both the Russians and the Americans have done a lot of work on E. S. P. over a long period of time.  The proof is the number of hypotheses which have been emitted to explain the different forms of clairvoyance.  Over a century ago, E. Houston was already speaking of a bold hypothesis, which compared telepathy to electromagnetic waves which had just been discovered by Hertz.  In the West, the materialistic theses (chains of physical causes and effects) are abandoned for subliminal theses.  By subliminal, they mean everything that is situated below the Conscious level.  Doctor Alexis Carrel explains it in a very poetic way:

“The mind is not entirely set in the four dimensions.  It is at the same time in the material Universe and elsewhere.  It is prolonged out of Space and Time, like an algue which fixes itself on a rock and lets its hair float in the mystery of the ocean…”

By ideological conviction, the Russians never wanted to believe in trancendental hypotheses, which attribute clairvoyance to extra-human entities, of a spiritual nature.  This allowed them to go very far in the experimental and applied domains.  Paranormal research was considered there as a science among others, and Jacques Bergier was able to prove that, during the whole of Stalin’s reign, the Pavlov Institute in Moscow was already doing clandestine research on the influence of high-frequency magnetic fields on extra-sensory faculties.

Their most spectacular results concern extra-retinian vision, which permits seeing with the epiderm, the sourcer’s rod for the detection of mines and dowsing, telepathy at very long distances (more than 5,000 kilometres) for espionage purposes, notably in the direction of China, and parapsychology applied to plants, animals and health.  On this last point, it was widely reported in the Press, that Brejnev had been treated by an extremely gifted female healer, Jewgenija Juwasjewna Dawitascwili, nicknamed Dschuna, which means “demon”.  In 1979, she apparently succeeded in “ressuscitating” the master of the Kremlin with a simple magnetic pass.  Dschuna was at the heart of a Soviet offensive for the conquest of all the parapsychological domains, and notably those which would allow them to attack illnesses which are incurable at the moment.


There are enormous difficulties in making a synthesis of the vast parapsychological accomplishments.  It is a science still in the cradle, which will really only progress when the “superphysics” that it implies, are themselves founded.


During trips to the Moon, the Americans could have made parapsychology take a giant leap.  Edgar D. Mitchell, who was part of Apollo 14 in 1971, performed some telepathic experiments with four people on Earth.  They were full of information, but were given no support, Mitchell not even daring to mention them to NASA, for fear of seeing them forbidden.


The Russians most certainly performed this kind of experiment in Space.  Although we have only indirect proof.  After finding out that researchers, like Targ and Puthoff, had been given some money to detect and form telepaths, they set up a special research unit to form telepaths capable of messing up the Americans’ telepathic exchanges…