What is “Telepathy” in actuality? Well, I’d like to answer without a moment’s delay. “Tele” means ‘distance’, and “pathy” means ‘feelings’. So, on the whole, in the simplest form, you can say getting feelings through a distance is Telepathy – This term was first coined in 1882 by the classical scholar, and the founder of the ‘Society for Psychical Research’, Frederic W. H. Myers; he was also known as an expert of though-transference. Though, according to scientific evidence, Telepathy isn’t the real phenomenon, but thousands of subject and millions of mind believe that it’s 100% real, and embrace its presence rather contentedly as well with proofs.
Telepathy is in various forms. First,…
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This term was first coined in 1882 by the classical scholar, and the founder of the ‘Society for Psychical Research’, Frederic W. H. Myers; he was also known as an expert of though-transference.