Whenever I’ve encountered someone who is gifted with psychic ability, I have always been amazed at their otherworldly talents. But how did they get that way?
Most psychics will tell you that they were born that way. Apparently, the human nervous system is like an antenna. Psychics have particularly sensitive antennas—and that tendency is often inherited.
But not all psychics belong to a prescient bloodline. Sometimes an event can happen that alters the wiring in the brain and results in psychic ability. Peter Hurkos, a famous Dutch psychic, fell off a ladder and received a traumatic head injury. Long Island psychic medium George Anderson was extremely sick as a child, almost died, but when he recovered could communicate with the dead. Joseph McMoneagle, who worked with the U.S. Army Psychic Intelligence Unit for ten years, developed his abilities after a near-death experience.
Why are some people endowed with psychic abilities while others are not? Well, you could just as easily ask why some people can sing beautifully while others have voices that make us want to cover our ears. Perhaps it can be attributed to chance, to a master plan or to practice. The latter implies that everyone has psychic ability, which can be developed if one wants to do so.
In the psychic bystander series books, Loitering at the Gate to Eternity and Sightseeing in the Undiscovered Country, all of the people who shared their mystic experiences were born with their abilities. A few went to psychic development classes to hone their skills. Some of them had only one psychic event; others experienced them daily. Regardless, the stories they were kind enough to share were fascinating, touching and often uplifting.
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