Re: Mind control 1965

J. Maxwell Legg (
Tue, 20 Oct 1998 13:58:11 +1300

Patrick Mullaghy wrote:


> Why shouldn't we give the same explanation in the case of the latter sorts
> of 'experiences'? In those cases the brain is 'fooled' into thinking it is
> encountering the circumstances which it normally fleshes out as an OBE.
> In the first type of case, it seems clear that the brain has developed this
> type of recognitional/experiential capacity to deal with something beyond
> itself. Why shouldn't the same be true of the second type of
> recognitional/experiential capacity? Why would the brain have evolved a
> recognitional capacity for something that doesn't actually occur?

Maybe this evolved to eventually show up to the propertarians that they can't make products to capitalize on such a phenomenon. What! You didn't know that the world's leading high tech electronics company was interested in things Psychic?

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