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


Tarot Cards

Tea Leaf Reading

The Doubtful Fortune

Zener ESP Cards