Woman with ‘a phantom third arm’
Posted by keelynet on April 14, 2009
For all those who say there is no such thing as mind over matter, I’d argue (and have for years) that we control our limbs remotely using our mind…ergo, mind over matter. John Keely referred to something he discovered called the ‘sympathetic attendant’ which he indicates is a kind of phantom neural projection from the mind to outside objects.
Can you say AKA thread as claimed by mediums? If we could learn to control this and project sufficient energy, imagine what kind of machines we’d have. And don’t forget the recent article about eye-beams..do a search here to read the article from about 3 weeks past.
“A stroke victim has developed a phantom third arm which she uses ‘just like a real-life limb’. Tests have proven that, not only does the woman’s brain ‘move’ the arm as if it was real, but also the rest of her body responds when it is ‘touched’ by the phantom hand. She ‘sees’ the new arm and can even scratch an itch with it, doctors said. It is the first ever recorded case of a patient being able to see, feel and move a phantom limb, the research team told the Annals of Neurology. And they think their study could provide the missing link between this phenomenon and out-of-body experiences. The 64-year-old woman lost the use of her left arm but her brain recognises an illusionary limb that has taken its place. Scientists at Switzerland’s Geneva University Hospital used magnetic resonance imaging to confirm that her brain was issuing commands to the phantom limb and acknowledging its actions.Phantom limbs often occur when a patient loses an arm or leg but can still ‘feel’ the missing limb.” – Source
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