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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TELEKINETIC

In this way the "medium" became clairvoyant, clairaudient, telekinetic.

Light may hamper the production of telekinetic movements, but it will not prevent it.

The account illustrates automatic utterance as well as other forms of motor automatism, and possibly also telekinetic phenomena.

He'd shielded himself perfectly from any telekinetic force—and I had no weapons.

I am, of course, speaking under the supposition that telekinetic or parakinetic movements are desired.

I have noticed that, every time we allow voluntary or involuntary movements, telekinetic movements are difficult to obtain.

And, as an example, I remember having once verified some telekinetic movements which interested me very much.

Telekinetic movements are more difficult to simulate than levitations of the table with contact.

When seeking for simple, luminous phenomena, it is advisable to proceed as I have done for parakinetic and telekinetic phenomena.

About the only things he lacked to be a well-rounded psi were telekinetic powers and precognition.

WORD ORIGIN

1890, said to have been coined by Alexander N. Aksakof (1832-1903) Imperial Councilor to the Czar, in Modern Latin, literally "motion at a distance," from tele- + Greek kinesis "movement, motion," from PIE root *kei- "to move to and fro" (see cite). Translates German Fernwirkung.

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