Telepathic Cognition: Deciphering Sight and Accessing Memories

When talking telepathy, I’m often asked, “How do you do the math?” Telepathic equations take account of variants in deeper complexities than quantum physics. Principles of rounding do not apply in extrasensory perception; all units of information are accounted for. This is what makes telepathy insurmountably accurate.

Exhibit A: Open Telepathic Conversations

Using telepathy in “same-time” open conversations means there’s no lapse between deliveries; you are tuned in to a person’s live streaming channel. The telepathic signal travels at less than one hundredth millisecond per target connection. Our world’s quickest internet connection is 2 megabits per second.

Cognition processors determine the elementary factors of the host (person transferring their reality). Every variable has alternative representations; the understanding of telepathic messages is reliant on sight in the mind’s eye.

Exhibit B: Personal Database Access

Cognition uses personal access to the realm of gen you have stored over a lifetime and scans over ideas, subjects, flashes, images and memories, simultaneously associating them with telepathic signals received. The information you obtain may contain a sequence that describes foreign (a new idea to you) subject matter. The brain may suggest an elucidation of the unrecognized idea, like offering green grapes for images of unripe elderberries. The wider your mental vocabulary of thoughts, the easier it is to decipher exact meaning.

Exhibit C: Grand Database Access

For every barrier a person may encounter while deciphering code, there is an obstacle alleviator. In the meditative state of mind, a person can access explanations and clarification by searching for the unknown concept through their own identifying strategy of higher intelligence.

Additionally, your understanding of a signal is what indicates reception to the sender/host. If they don’t sense your acknowledgement, they will most likely resend or try later.

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