Dear Shari and Toby,
A person is capable of receiving information from sources outside the five senses.
“Information is not knowledge.” – Albert Einstein
When I was sixteen, I started getting impressions of a rotary-style engine which eliminated a lot of the wasted energy and parts of the piston-style internal combustion engine. At first, it was a vague day-dream of solving the problems of the piston engine. As the days and weeks went on, the details became clearer and I began to make sketches. As the sketches accrued more detail I was very close to completing the design and was starting to learn about the patenting process. A few months later I read a magazine article where an inventor had sold the concept of this rotary-style engine to Wright-Patterson for use in airplanes. This engine was nothing like the Wankle engine. It delivered much higher torque.
This was the first of many ideas I would receive as they were being developed. Each time, when the concept was complete I would soon read about it. This became so pronounced and predictable that I realized the information was coming from the outside. I grew so used to this occurrence that in 1981 I told your mother that someone was working on voice interpretation for the PC and we would hear about it soon. A few weeks later I saw the first advertisement for just such a device. I still have a hard time distinguishing between solving problems by listening to my subconscious mind and actually picking up on someone’s thoughts. Both of these do occur if you encourage them.
RECEIVE INFO FROM THE OUTSIDE.HTM