Do you need more evidence of ESP?By
I recently read a book entitled “Lifetide: The Biology of the Unconscious” by Lyall Watson. Watson describes a thirty year research project on the Japanese monkey known as Macaca Fuscata. Scientists placed sweet potatoes in the sand for the monkeys to eat on the island of Koshima. Although the monkeys liked the sweet potatoes, they didn’t like the sand. One of the female monkeys discovered that she could wash the potatoes and showed her mother how to do so. Her friends and their mothers also learned how to wash the potatoes. Between 1952 and 1958 the scientists recorded the activity of the monkeys as they each learned to wash the sweet potatoes. Once one hundred of the monkeys had learned to wash the potatoes, all monkeys on the island suddenly began to do the same. It was as though the number one hundred was a critical mass that then caused the behavior to magically spread across the whole island. What is even more astonishing is that monkeys on other islands began to do the exact same thing! There was no way at all that the monkeys could communicate the new behavior from one island to another. The scientists concluded that a morphogenetic structure connected the species regardless of distance.
Scientists have also explored whether this kind of morphogenetic field existed between humans. They created a picture with many human faces in it, but it took training to see them – most people could only see six. This experiment was conducted with several hundred people in Australia. They then experimented in England where they went one step further and showed people on the television how to see the faces. All of a sudden, people in Australia could see all of the faces in the picture without any assistance…
Check out this short video about the 100th monkey syndrome: