[ US /təˈɫɛpəθi/ ]
[ UK /təlˈɛpəθˌi/ ]
  1. apparent communication from one mind to another without using sensory perceptions
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How To Use telepathy In A Sentence

  • I believe in the sixth sense, telepathy and rebirth as I have experienced it.
  • The words, the thoughts, came fully formed into his mind through a kind of clammy telepathy. The Day of the Dissonance
  • Let us not trivialise this by saying that it is because of parapsychology or telepathy.
  • ESP refers to telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, and in recent years, remote viewing and clairaudience.
  • Popularly called PSI studies, noetic sciences studies the phenomenon of telepathy, clairvoyance, psychokinesis, precognition, ESP and OBE out of body experiences. Archive 2010-03-01
  • ‘The one and only limitation for Telepathy that you really need is that it is the mental strength of the wielder versus the mental strength of the person who he or she is trying to read.’ Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Problematic Superpowers and How to Make Them Work
  • Many intellectual lights of the day were attracted to the movement: writers Tennyson and John Ruskin, philosopher William James, Nobel Prize-winning physiologist Charles Richet, prime ministers W.E. Gladstone and Arthur Balfour, and especially Frederick Myers, the inventor of the word "telepathy," and Trinity College professor Henry Sidgwick. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • Perhaps it was telepathy or telekinesis or one of those strange things they investigated at Duke University in 1946. COFFIN ON THE WATER
  • More importantly, how did one respond to telepathy without bringing attention to themselves?
  • And for all of you who think Matthew C is a rigorously rational-minded fellow, on his blog he praises a man for making the following statement: "... the evidence for catastrophic global warming in the near future is far, far less compelling than the evidence for telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, psychokinesis, and even life after death. A Childish Question About Immigration, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
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