Human powers is best established as innate, inborn sources of supplying energy — and which sources are capable of magnification, of decrease, of being latent and untapped, and of being de-energized or depowered.

Qualities of power that can be exerted physically and mentally — all of which can be nurtured and enhanced, or caused to be latent or weakened.

The human mind is designed for learning.

It is also obvious that social processes in which everyone is embedded greatly determine what we do and do not learn, and it this factor that accounts for all types of failure to nurture many learning potentials.

People best recognize what they expect to see and often fail in recognizing whatever they do not expect to see.

For example, most do not expect to experience telepathy or intuition or other subtle activities supporting empowerment. And so they might not realize that such activities go on all the time about them. Thus, what we expect to see is visible to us, while the unexpected can.

For example, the socially engineered poor and powerless often do not expect significant increases in wealth and power, and so the subtle wherewithal of empowerment phenomena might remain invisible and meaningless even though empowerment potentials are innate within them.

Less Known Sensing Systems Receptors

  1. Receptors in the nose sensing systems that “ smell” emotions, and that can identify motives, sexual receptivity, antagonism, benevolence, etc. (All these are formats of what are commonly referred to as vibe-sensing).
  2. Receptors in the ear sensing systems that detect and identify differences in pressure and electromagnetic frequencies (formats of ESP).
  3. Skin receptors that detect balance and imbalance regarding what is external to the bio-body (formats of remote-sensing, a mixed form of ESP and clairvoyance).
  4. Skin receptors that detect motion outside of the body, even when the body is asleep (a format of ESP).
  5. Directional finding and locating receptors in the endocrine and neuropeptide systems (formats of dowsing, intermixed with formats of cognitive ESP or intuition).
  6. Whole-body receptors, including hair, that identify fluidic motions of horizontal, vertical, diagonal, even if not visually perceived (as, for example, in the “psychic” factors of the martial art of Akido).
  7. Skin receptors that “recognize” the temperament of other biological organisms (a format of psi “reading”).
  8. Subliminal sensory systems which locate and identify pitch of sound, a sense of heat across great distances, a sense of frequencies and waves, either mechanical or energetic (all being formats of ESP and vibe-sensing).
  9. Receptors that identify positive and negative charged particles at the atomic level. The term utilized for this in psychical research is “micro-psi,” but which is rare, but which has been frequently demonstrated especially in the case of C. W. Leadbeater who published OCCULT CHEMISTRY (1908). Thirty years before the invention of electron microscopes, he correctly described sub-atomic particles, many undiscovered, but discovered since. Micro- psi faculties are mentioned as one of the ancient SIDHIS of ancient India (see, for example, YOGA SUTRAS OF PATANJALI).
  10. Microsystems transducing of various forms of mechanical, chemical, and electromagnetic energy into meaningful nerve impulses (all commonly thought of as FORMS OF ESP).
  11. Receptors that sense gravitational changes (a form of DOWSING).
  12. Neurological senses for interpreting modulated electronic information by converting it into analog signals for mental storage, interpretation, and cognition (one of the bio-mind bases for TELEPATHY).
  13. Bio-electronic receptors for sensing radiation, including X-rays, cosmic rays, infrared radiation, and ultraviolet light, all of these receptors being found in the retina of the eye (part of the basis for various forms of CLAIRVOYANCE).
  14. Receptors that respond to exterior electrical fields and systems (producing forms of CLAIRVOYANCE and AURA “READING”). Today, the following highly specialized sensing systems are referred to in the new sciences as HUMAN SEMAPHORE CAPACITIES.
  15. Skin receptors for sensing perceptions of bonding or antagonism (thought of as forms of INTUITION).
  16. Sensing systems for non-verbal “language” communicating (thought of as a form of TELEPATHY or VIBE-SENSING).
  17. Combined sensing systems (neural networks) for making meaning out of at least 130 identified nonverbal physical gestures and twenty basic kinds of nonverbal messages (thought of as INTUITIONAL CHARACTER ASSESSMENT or a particular form of CLAIRVOYANCE).
  18. Receptors that trigger alarm and apprehension before their sources are directly perceived (a particularly valuable type of PSYCHIC FORESIGHT, FORESEEING, INTUITION).
  19. Sensing systems for registering and identifying nonverbal emotional waves (a form of INTUITION and/or TELEPATHY or CLAIRVOYANCE). The following are now known to be associated with the PINEAL GLAND if it is healthy and in good working order.
  20. Senses and memory-stores cycles of light and darkness, ananticipating them with accuracy as the daily motions of the sun and moon change (a kind of PSYCHIC FORECASTING or FUTURE SEEING).
  21. Sensing and responding to solar and lunar rhythms, solar disruptions (flares, sunspots) and moon-caused tidal changes (water or geophysical ones), and can sense “coming” earthquakes and storms (a form of PREDICTIVE ESP especially noted in sailors, farmers, but also in cows, dogs, cats, and snakes).
  22. If the pineal gland is fully functional, it acts as a nonvisual photo-receptor (the psychic equivalent being “X-RAY VISION”). The following senses or sensing systems are similar to some already mentioned, but they appear to function upon a completely different basis and are additional to them. It is now thought that this basis is almost certainly the WATER contained in the bio-body, in the physical components of the nerve systems, and the physical part of the brain. It is not yet understood how WATER is used this way to create a fluidic but elaborate series of interconnected sensing systems. One of the best guesses, yet to be established, is that the vibrations of the water molecules link together throughout the entire bio-body and form the equivalent of radar or sonar antennae. These liquid antenna sensing systems appear to detect the following categories. Divided by categories, they can be thought of as individualized and highly refined sensing systems. All of these categories have been thought of as INTUITIVE.
  23. Sense of non-visual wave motions.
  24. Sense of non-visual oscillating patterns.
  25. Sense of magnetic fields.
  26. Sense of infrared radiation.
  27. Sense of electrical energy.
  28. Sense receptors for local AND distant sources of heat. (This is an unnamed PSI faculty, but one familiar to Amerindians).
  29. Sense of geo-electromagnetic pulses, magnetic fields, especially biological ones (intuitive equivalents unidentified and unnamed).
  30. Although the mechanisms are not at all understood, the liquidic sensing receptors apparently are somehow involved in the remote sensing of anything at a distance, however great. Finally (although there is no “finally” here) , we come to sensory systems’ receptors spread throughout the entire bio- body, and which apparently feed information into the mind- body interface (if “ interface” would be the correct concept).
  31. Whole-body receptors (millions of them) to detect pheromones, sexual receptivity, fear, love, admiration, danger, pain in others, intentions in others, etc., (all formerly thought of as inexplicable forms of intuition, ESP or so-called vibe-sensing and/or “psychic reading”).                                           from “Secrets of Power, Volume 1.” By Ingo Swann


Germans believed that migrants of the Caspian Sea Arians were their ancestors.

Central literature were Vedas sacred scriptures believed by Hindu tradition to be not of human origin having been composed by gods themselves in the previous age.

They were brought to the Indian subcontinent by the Aryan migrants in the second millennium B.C. by oral tradition.

As time went on more and more of the original 100,000 verses were lost. So around 200 B.C. a sage wrote down the remaining verses dividing them in four parts.

Rig-vedas made up of 10 books
Sama-Cedar chanted vedras
Yajur Veda-sacrificial prayers
Atharva Vedas -spells and incantations

Power of our Specie

Our species is known to have powers and abilities it doesn’t use, a good part of which fall into the category known as powers of mind — but which could more correctly be referred to as power of power.

It is worthwhile pointing up one such power — the power of discovering and accumulating knowledge and THEN the power of access and jurisdiction over it.


the simple reality that the powerful NEED the presence of the powerless in order to have something to have power over, and this specifically in terms of control, authority, and influence.

Thus, ways and means must be discovered and implemented to keep the majority of the powerless as powerless as possible.

In that sense, if the powerless became aware of those ways and means, then significant numbers of the powerless would object to them. So those ways and means must at least be as invisibly subtle as possible, and even quite secret if necessary.

And indeed, it is quite probable that writing and literacy can be secretly managed on behalf of this or that power structure.


As also discussed earlier, the “others” have to be present in order to have power over them. So wherever humans go they will transport with them the techniques of ensuring the presence of the “others.” Logically speaking, in terms of empowerment and depowerment, the others need to be kept in conditions of depowerment, so as to not become empowered enough to become troublesome to the powerful.

So techniques rigged to guarantee their depowered existence range from brute force to elegant and subtle conditioning that can produce what is called “co-operative obedience or submission.”


The general public is denied access to power knowledge, not only via social conditioning, but as a result of actually making such knowledge permanently unavailable.

But as it could turn out, unless the power potentials among those members were de-energized in some fundamental way, then merely denying access to power could become quite a contest and burden. In other words, the powerless must somehow be made to FEEL powerless in some kind of way that seems logical and authentic to them, and in a way that will neutralize, and/or de- energize, any feelings of being powerful.

Some examples of this might include: being born into a naturally powerless class; being socially conditioned to think of oneself as stupid and illiterate; not having enough education; not being too intelligent; not being acceptable to one’s betters; being taught to respect the powerful; and so forth.

Above all, the powerless must not be permitted to have any idea of what can transcend human-designed power structures — those societal artifices mistaken as power itself.

In this case, it is logical that the powerful must have control, authority, and influence not only over the intelligence of the others, but over how misunderstandings about intelligence should be engineered.

In this sense, the engineered misunderstandings would act like prophylactic preventives against the emergence of evocative understandings that might trigger and activate empowerment and power.


“The social function of the Shaman was oracle, healer and spiritual guide all in one. Their job it was to maintain a connection with the spirit world.

The modern concept of a shaman is based on early stereotypes and Victorian values. Shaman were able to communicate through the Earth-spirit. They were often associated to an animal, or familiar.

The word shaman originated among the Siberian Tungus (Evenks) and literally means ‘he (or she) who knows’. The concept of a shaman was almost lost in the 20th century, but it is making a slow revival in ‘new-age’ cultures. It is often spoke of as one of the first ‘religions’ practiced by people.

Generally, the shaman enters the spirit world by effecting a transition of consciousness, entering into an dream state, ecstatic trance, either auto-hypnotically or through the use of intoxicants. The methods employed were diverse, and are often used together. Some of the methods for effecting such trances are as follows: Fasting, drumming, dancing, and psychedelic drugs.”

– The Shamanistic Belief System –

“Even though there have been many forms of shamanism throughout the world, Eliade (1972) identified some shared beliefs that are common to all of them:

– Spirits exist and strongly influence individual lives as well human society at large
– Spirits can be benevolent or malevolent
– While in trance, the shaman’s spirit can leave his body to enter the supernatural world
– Within spirit world, the shaman can interact and communicate with the spirits therein
– Answers to earthly problems can be found in spirit world
– The shaman can treat sickness caused by malevolent spirits
– The shaman can perform acts of divination
– The shaman can evoke animal images as spirit guides and message-bearers

All of these basic beliefs paint a picture that is radically different from the worldview of Western science. In the view of shamanistic cultures the physical world is much more complex than we think. According to the shamans, there is an other world interpenetrating physical existence that is inhabited by intelligent spirits. Even though these spirits are normally intangible as well as invisible to us, the shamans say that all humans constantly interact with them; be it actively or passively.”

It is believed that a large percentage of prehistoric rock art is of shamanic origin.