Put simply, for there is
no other way to put it, the superpowers of the human
biomind are defined as those indwelling faculties of
our species which can transcend space and time as one
major category of activity, and energy and matter as
another major category.
The concept that human powers and perceptions are locked
into and only accord with the known laws of matter and
energy and time is not correct -- although such has been
the dominant concept of the last two centuries.
The full extent of our species faculties of memory, for
example, transcend the known laws of matter and time, as
do the faculties for human imagination. Memory and
imagination, therefore, are among the many superpowers
-- although they have not been identified this way
within the prevailing wisdom of the Modern Age.
In addition to memory and imagination which are
universally shared by all specimens of our species, the
several formats of intuition and of the telepathic
transfer of information are also very broadly shared.
These first four of the superpowers are accepted as
naturally existing, although they cannot be explained by
conventional beliefs based in conventional concepts of
matter and time.
But it is understood that these first four of the
superpowers recombine into creativity and inventiveness
-- and which have been the two major hallmarks of our
species from time immemorial.
The superpowers are probably arranged along some kind of
perceptual-cognitive spectrum, the fundamentals or
rudiments of which are carried by all born individuals.
This spectrum also consists of other indwelling
faculties which are less broadly shared in their natural
state, but which seem to need special development if
they are to become active.
Remote viewing (distant-seeing) constitutes one of these
more rare superpowers, and is a topic of central focus
at this site because of the many years of research and
development devoted to it.
It can easily be shown that cognitive access to this
spectrum is easily modified positively or negatively by
social parameters and pressures.
It can also be shown that discussion of the superpowers
within the contexts of past and present social
parameters is counterproductive regarding the much
larger issue of the existence of the superpowers
themselves. Such social parameters come and go, being
The existence of the superpowers as a species thing
transcends social formats and their levels and/or
defects of knowledge. The faculties for the superpowers
are therefore permanent within our species.
Each generation of humans born is a carrier of the
faculties, equally as much as it is a carrier of our
species' gene pool.
It is not the purpose of this site to convince anyone
that the superpowers exist.
The only purpose is to present an extended database --
this, for what it is worth to anyone.
--- Ingo Swann