Online psychic test
Does anyone know of any good online psy tests? I found this one and the older Java test that figures out if you have any PK influence, but anything else out there??
I ran some psi tests on Psi experiments.
The third experiment is still kinda active.
These were mostly for my exploration of psi phenomena.
Bleh @ that card test! I only got 8 out of 20 cards right, and that was relying on my "psychic" intuition! :( Apparently I get even below random chance when I try to get my psychic on...
I tried three times.
First with 12 out of 20 (as expected).
Second "closed eyes", only 8 out of 20!
Third and last, visualization method. Open eyes, 13 out of 20 (as expected).
Final, 33 out of 60, 55 % hit ratio.
What is the norm?
10 out of 20.
12 out of 20.
Is this true that the norm would be something like 65% of hits? How much persons would reach 13 or 14 hits out of 20 !?
I am unsure about this method, some persons believe that cartomancy could lead to spiritual possessions of some kind. All divination practices could be avoided by some individuals ... Sure that some persons for some odd reasons only can match some hits with "real persons" and not with computers (not my case), obvious this could be doubtful for a real experience .
I suspect 60% is within chance.
www.gotpsi.org is a good one. Has a variety of psi tests.
15 out of 20
I don't consider myself to have any special ability but this was kind of wild for me. The hard part is letting my intuition speak and not my logic.
Happy to find everyone!
I just don't think psychic ability and intuition works this way.
It doesn't, but the average person doesn't understand how psychic abilities work.
The whole thing made no sense to me at all. I don't see how I can move a computer generated, pre-programed butterfly in any way. Am I supposed to be predicting what the silly program is going to do? - Rather play Myst. :)
There are multiple cases of people who claim they do not believe in intuition/ESP taking these tests and getting so many answers wrong as to be statistically significant, i.e. unknowingly using their intuition to provide the incorrect answer in support of their own belief system.
|All times are GMT. The time now is 09:39 AM.|
Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.2
Copyright ©2000 - 2013, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Search Engine Optimization by vBSEO 3.1.0
Copyright © 2010 by Pavlina LLC