Existence of ESP
Psychic, numerology, spirituality, and other unique concepts deserve to be heard. Today, news about the existence of ESP and angels will be discussed in the following items.
There was a sudden mix of reactions with the announcement made by a respected psychology journal. The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology announced that it will be accepting a research report that discusses the existence of extra sensory perception or ESP. The research is said to have empirical evidence to support its claim. The paper specifically talks about college students’ ability to sense random events.
The research was done by emeritus professor of Cornell University over a decade on 1,000 college students. The research can very well say that these college students have the potential to be psychics.
Angels Evolution and Existence
In another news, research proves that angels in Christianity evolved through time. As angels are seen everywhere today in pins, statues, keepsake ornaments, and dashboard figures, they exist in many forms.
“Just as many people today think of pets as part of their families, many people in the first 500 years of Christianity were convinced that angels were part of their lives.” This is according to the assistant professor of Near Eastern studies and history at the U-M College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Ellen Muehlberger.
Angels have been grouped into a “Celestial Hierarchy” which includes Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones, Dominions, Virtues, Authorities, Principalities, Archangels, and Angels. Today, more notions of these angels have been introduced such as Christ being an angel Himself. It is also presumed that the Christian Ascetic Monks are angels too as they have renounced their families, food, drink, and to live in the desert. However, the Egyptian monks rejected the idea when they knew they are being considered as angels.
“In antiquity, some Christians believed that angels were minds, or intellects, detached from bodies. In a way, angels were like computers—very, very good at figuring things out and getting things done because they had rational minds but did not have the difficulty of having desires and passions, like humanity,” said Muehlberger.