IRVA Sponsored Event

Intro to Telepathy - the Paranormal Academy With Angela Thompson Smith

March 18, 2023

Online, Zoom


"Once called “thought transference,” telepathy is the paranormal ability most often recognized by conventional science, and the most robust of the paranormal abilities. Telepathy most often refers to information shared between two or more people, other than through the normal means of communication. Telepathy comes under the umbrella term extrasensory perception (psi).

Several different laboratories have conducted research to show that the human body/mind can perceive telepathic information. Researchers at the University of Washington’s Conscious Science Laboratory, Parapsychology Labs at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, the Rhine Research Center in North Carolina and IONS in CA have replicated telepathy findings. Dean Radin, a researcher and author in the field of parapsychology has been Senior Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences since 2001. Radin, reporting on years of telepathy research, concluded that “after three decades of such tests, the overall observed hit rate is “astronomically beyond chance expectation.”

Dr. Angela Thompson Smith has studied the topic of telepathy at the graduate level at Saybrook Graduate School as well as utilizing the ability in remote viewing and other research in the UK and the US.


We are all telepathic to some extent. This course will share some of the history and research into telepathic communication as well as some examples and simple exercises. This will give the student some understanding of telepathy and their own telepathic potential. All classes will be recorded so you won't miss anything!

The fee for this module is $75 for IRVA members and $100 for nonmembers.

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