Rupert Sheldrake’s: The Shoreditch Experiment


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Rupert Sheldrake’s: The Shoreditch Experiment

The Shoreditch Experiment, London June 9 and July 7 As part of my research on telephone telepathy, I am running two days of testing events as...

The Shoreditch Experiment, London

June 9 and July 7

As part of my research on telephone telepathy, I am running two days of testing events as a joint project with Graham Nicholls, an installation artist who has worked at the Science Museum. We are looking for a few people to take part in these tests as subjects. The tests are happening at Shoreditch Town Hall (near Old Street Underground Station) on Tuesday June 9 and Tuesday July 7 during the daytime. Each person would be needed for about one hour, for which he or she would receive £20 plus £10 travel expenses (in cash straight after the test). Currently we have about 4 vacancies for June 9, and 6 for July 7.

What we need are people who think of themselves a quite intuitive, and who fairly often have the experience of knowing who’s calling before they answer the phone or look at the caller ID display. To take part in the test, they will each need to have three contacts, close friends or family members, who are free to take part on their mobile phones. The contacts can be anywhere in the UK, but need to be available to make a call to the subject if and when requested to do so by text message.

If you might be interested I would be very grateful. Please email me direct, with some details about yourself, and also stating whether you could take part on June 9, or July 7, or either, and whether you would prefer to come in the morning or afternoon. I will then send more details. If any of your friends or family members in the London area, might be inetersted, please pass on this information to them.

Rupert Sheldrake

If there are any problems, please feel free to message me back and I’ll try and answer questions but you are best advised to email Dr Sheldrake directly for further details.

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