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Anyone ever played with a psi-wheel?

 
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Anyone ever played with a psi-wheel?
Some of the more religious might call it witchcraft or demonic but whenever I have done it, I had no compulsion to be a communist or convince people to join a cult.

It is a simple thing to build that might cost you 20 cents and takes a few minutes.

The idea is that you can spin it with your mind. I have done it from across a room before.

Scientists will tell you that it is just air currents and if your hand is close to it, warm air from your hands. That does not explain me able to look at one across a room and have it perk up when I notice it and then start spinning.

It will give me a fuzzy head if I do it more than 15 minutes straight or so. It is like a strange connection you have with a non living object - a link of a kind.

Haven't tried it in years but saw a video so might try again if I can afford the 20 cents. Might have to wait for the next stimulus!

So in this video you can see the psi wheel come online - it perks up as if it was sentient. You will see this too. The link is active. Controlling what it does takes a while but I was good at it years ago so anyone could be.

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Some of the more religious might call it witchcraft or demonic but whenever I have done it, I had no compulsion to be a communist or convince people to join a cult.

It is a simple thing to build that might cost you 20 cents and takes a few minutes.

The idea is that you can spin it with your mind. I have done it from across a room before.

Scientists will tell you that it is just air currents and if your hand is close to it, warm air from your hands. That does not explain me able to look at one across a room and have it perk up when I notice it and then start spinning.

It will give me a fuzzy head if I do it more than 15 minutes straight or so. It is like a strange connection you have with a non living object - a link of a kind.

Haven't tried it in years but saw a video so might try again if I can afford the 20 cents. Might have to wait for the next stimulus!

So in this video you can see the psi wheel come online - it perks up as if it was sentient. You will see this too. The link is active. Controlling what it does takes a while but I was good at it years ago so anyone could be.


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Diaz, I think you are going to make it over that neat one of these nights. lol
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Diaz, I think you are going to make it over that neat one of these nights. lol
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Please Explain, Cameron.
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post a video of you doing it. we need something like the current glp page to see the date. i dont believe it without seeing it. then I will find out more about it.
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post a video of you doing it. we need something like the current glp page to see the date. i dont believe it without seeing it. then I will find out more about it.
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Watch the video and do it yourself. There is no need for me to show you. That video I posted showed it working.

Here is how to do it even cheaper if you cannot get the 20 cents together with the pencil eraser and the needle.

Bend a paperclip into a triangle flat with the surface with the rest pointing straight up. Use a small post-it note or just a small square piece of paper folded like they show in the video and then try it.

It is not to be shown - it is to be experienced.
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The only reason I lost interest in it was because I could only progress so far. I could move toilet paper up the roll. I could move small (coffee) straws back and forth. I tried for weeks on pencils and could never move them so I gave up - too much friction.

The psi wheel always works though and still lets you know you have a connection not explained by anything on this planet.
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Fuck that devil shit
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adorable. juan star sends his regards.
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Re: Anyone ever played with a psi-wheel?
I'm good, I don't know enough about it to try it myself, nor care too.

if you could show us your experience it might be very interesting. a youtube of a magic trick or something like a compass spinning or what trickery isn't that interesting.
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Every human has psychic and psi abilities they have forgotten about.

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^much better^
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Pyrokinesis





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hmu when you can move something as heavy as a hardshell guitar case or a book at least.
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Re: Anyone ever played with a psi-wheel?
Tutorials

Part 1 for beginners



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Part 5

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Interesting!

Great GLP topic.
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Re: Anyone ever played with a psi-wheel?
I'm good, I don't know enough about it to try it myself, nor care too.

if you could show us your experience it might be very interesting. a youtube of a magic trick or something like a compass spinning or what trickery isn't that interesting.
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Like I said before - try it yourself if you can afford the 20 cents. The paperclip version is around 5 cents tops - probably less.
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Re: Anyone ever played with a psi-wheel?
hmu when you can move something as heavy as a hardshell guitar case or a book at least.
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Small steps there plato. All that I was ever looking for was the confirmation of the exercise. It was confirmed thousands of times. I never wanted to move a book nor a guitar case nor move traffic out of my way. I think that would be about 100 lifetimes of learning how this works.
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Fuck that devil shit
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See my OP.
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Re: Anyone ever played with a psi-wheel?
hmu when you can move something as heavy as a hardshell guitar case or a book at least.
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Small steps there plato. All that I was ever looking for was the confirmation of the exercise. It was confirmed thousands of times. I never wanted to move a book nor a guitar case nor move traffic out of my way. I think that would be about 100 lifetimes of learning how this works.
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i honestly cant take credit for my telekinesis.... its probably demons or ghosts in my particular case.

just to keep it real cruise
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hmu when you can move something as heavy as a hardshell guitar case or a book at least.
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Small steps there plato. All that I was ever looking for was the confirmation of the exercise. It was confirmed thousands of times. I never wanted to move a book nor a guitar case nor move traffic out of my way. I think that would be about 100 lifetimes of learning how this works.
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i honestly cant take credit for my telekinesis.... its probably demons or ghosts in my particular case.

just to keep it real cruise
 Quoting: Plato II


I had a couple of those ghostly experiences as a kid. Wished I had a smartphone then. It really wasn't me - I saw what I saw and it had me running down a street to get away from it. Shit as if kids don't have nightmares already, they have to put up with actual paranormal shit.

The psi wheel has nothing to do with that though. It is a simple connection between one object and one soul or person.
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Re: Anyone ever played with a psi-wheel?
excellent thread TOPIC btw, the 1* was for that first video..

i can tell that person is simply blowing on the folded paper.

it has that "obeying the natural laws of physics" vibe.

trust me the paranormal stuff, it looks all wonky like it doesnt adhere to physics kinda makes your skin crawl.
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Makes you wonder if it's the eyes and not just the mind ... and if you can dissolve clouds just by doing your thing ... like orgone cloudbusters ... and other stuff
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excellent thread TOPIC btw, the 1* was for that first video..

i can tell that person is simply blowing on the folded paper.

it has that "obeying the natural laws of physics" vibe.

trust me the paranormal stuff, it looks all wonky like it doesnt adhere to physics kinda makes your skin crawl.
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That proves you did not spend the 20 cents to try it. That is EXACTLY what it does. With your hands next to it or across the room. What is your fucking beef with this if you don't even try it?

FUCK OFF!
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Re: Anyone ever played with a psi-wheel?
excellent thread TOPIC btw, the 1* was for that first video..

i can tell that person is simply blowing on the folded paper.

it has that "obeying the natural laws of physics" vibe.

trust me the paranormal stuff, it looks all wonky like it doesnt adhere to physics kinda makes your skin crawl.
 Quoting: Plato II


That proves you did not spend the 20 cents to try it. That is EXACTLY what it does. With your hands next to it or across the room. What is your fucking beef with this if you don't even try it?

FUCK OFF!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79141621


chuckle you're right im sorry. can i borrow $0.20 off you please? not like im posting here because i deal with this shit every week. ok ill do better to prove things nect time dude.


look, im not here to talk about the HOW. only the WHAT.

ask tupac about people who speculate.
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