Difference between revisions of "Psychokinesthetoscope"

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A '''psychokinesthetoscope''' is one of two devices used for detecting  (a) or measuring (b) the influence of human thought, emotion or mental focus on physical objects and worldly systems.
 
A '''psychokinesthetoscope''' is one of two devices used for detecting  (a) or measuring (b) the influence of human thought, emotion or mental focus on physical objects and worldly systems.
  
The devices utilizes [[Lintott-Dumezíl Mirror Bridge]] technology.
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The device utilizes [[Lintott-Dumezíl Mirror Bridge]] technology.
  
  

Latest revision as of 18:47, 25 June 2019

A primitive psychokinesthetoscope in use, ca. 1929.

A psychokinesthetoscope is one of two devices used for detecting (a) or measuring (b) the influence of human thought, emotion or mental focus on physical objects and worldly systems.

The device utilizes Lintott-Dumezíl Mirror Bridge technology.