Psychic Phenomena

Belief has persisted in special mental powers such as mind reading, clairvoyance (seeing that which is hidden), fortune telling, and psychokinesis (mind-over-matter). A term for these alleged powers was introduced in 1934 by Dr. J.B. Rhine at Duke University. He and his colleagues conducted experiments with test subjects that supposedly verified "extrasensory perception" (or ESP). However, skeptics pointed out numerous flaws in the test procedures, a problem that has plagued successive ESP research.



Astrology Collection


Casting Coffee Grounds


Crystal Ball


Embossed Medicine Bottle


Fortune Cookies


Fortune Teller Debit Entry


Fortune Teller Postcard


Fortune Teller's Tent


Fortune Telling Cards


Fortune Telling Display


Fortune-Telling Engraving


Game of Destiny


Gipsy Fortune-Teller


Good Fortune


Gypsy Book Plate


Gypsy Charcoal Drawing


Gypsy Fortune-Teller


Gypsy Palm Reader


Hand Print


Houdini Photo and Key


Kirlian Photography


Kreskin's ESP Kit


L'Horoscope Réalisé


La Feinte Bohemienne


Le Marchand's Dictionary


Mascot the Talking Horse


Serrano The Talking Horse


Skotography


Tarot Cards


Tea Leaf Reading


The Doubtful Fortune


Zener ESP Cards