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  The Work of Precognition Agents in Criminal Cases - Introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Once precognitions have been taken, the Defence are then in a position to offer the accused client full advice on how best to respond to the charges with which he or she is faced.
A precognition on the other hand is a statement taken by a person engaged in actually preparing a case, or one of the parties to an action, or proceeding to take a statement from a potential witness in the later stages of a criminal investigation.
Precognitions differ from other statements in the sense that they are confidential and cannot be put to witnesses during the course of a trial.
www.scotland.gov.uk /cru/kd01/precog/precognition-05.htm   (3168 words)

  
 The Work of Precognition Agents in Criminal Cases - Conclusions and Suggestions for Further Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Apart from the possibility that a solicitor might be vicariously liable for the actions of a precognition agent undertaken within the scope of his or her authority it is not inconceivable that a court might even hold a solicitor personally liable for a failure to vet a precognition agent who caused harm to a witness.
Precognition agents who have not been adequately trained may not be doing their jobs properly and the dangers inherent in that include an accused person being unjustly convicted.
Although precognition agents are usually self-employed, the legal relationship of agency which exists between solicitors and precognition agents carries with it important responsibilities for the solicitor as principal.
www.scotland.gov.uk /cru/kd01/precog/precognition-10.htm   (3651 words)

  
 The Work of Precognition Agents in Criminal Cases - Precognition Agents   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
One precognition agent was estimated to be under 25 years old, none were thought to be between 25 and 30, six were thought to be over 30 but under 50 and only one was thought to be over 50.
Precognition agents are usually former policemen, they're used to taking statements, therefore the standard is generally okay because the police know the sort of standard that's required.
Another precognition agent complained that the skills required to interview witnesses are not acknowledged either in the remuneration they receive, their status or the respect accorded to them.
www.scotland.gov.uk /cru/kd01/precog/precognition-07.htm   (3685 words)

  
 Precognition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Just as prevalent are anecdotal accounts of precognitions from the general public, such as someone "knowing" who is on the other end of a ringing telephone before they answer it, or having a dream of unusual clarity with elements of content that later turn out to be events that actually occur.
Precognitive experiments have since been studied in a variety of formats by various parapsychologists, for example by the remote viewing researchers, and at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab (PEAR).
Precognition is also used in battle when Jedi use their lightsabers to deflect blaster bolts, often back to the person who fired them.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Precognition   (1078 words)

  
 Does precognition exist?
Precognitive ability also does not correlate with intelligence, and has at best a slightly negative correlation with measures of achievement such as grade point averages attained by engineering students.
The Delphi method is based on the realization that future projections are largely based on the personal expectations of individuals, rather than on predictions based on well established theory, i.e., a group technique where the participating "experts" are chosen at random and asked for their ideas.
Precognition is an unconscious process that involves the transfer of information.
www.ultramind.ws /id358.htm   (660 words)

  
 Precognition
Precognition is the most frequently reported of all extrasensory perception (ESP) experiences, occurring most often (60 percent to 70 percent) in dreams.
The reliance upon precognition reaches back to ancient times, when prophets and oracles were sought for their access to the future.
One peculiarity concerning precognition is that one rarely perceives one's own death; perhaps one explanation is the trauma it too great for the ego to accept.
www.themystica.com /mystica/articles/p/precognition.html   (812 words)

  
 Precognition
Precognition is a form of extra-sensory perception which allows a "percipient" to perceive information about future places or events before they happen (as opposed to merely predicting them based on deductive reasoning and current knowledge).
Just as prevalent are anecdotal accounts from the general populace of precognitions, such as someone "knowing" who is on the other end of a ringing telephone before they answer it, or having a dream of unusual clarity with elements of content that later turn out to be events that actually occur.
Experimental research of precognition began at least as early as the work of J. Rhine, and eventually came to be his preferred mode of conducting his tests.
www.alinda.co.uk /gateway/medium/Precognition.htm   (453 words)

  
 Telepathy - Crystalinks (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In it Sinclair describes the apparent ability of his wife at times to reproduce sketches made by himself and others, even when separated by several miles, in apparently informal experiments that are reminiscent of some of those to be used by remote viewing researchers in later times.
There is a long tradition of anecdotal evidence for foreseeing the future in dreams and by various devices such as observing the flight of birds or examining the entrails of sacrificial animals.
Precognition has been tested with subjects required to predict the future order of cards in a deck about to be shuffled or to foretell results of dice throws, but the statistical support for it has generally been less convincing than that from experiments in telepathy and clairvoyance.
www.crystalinks.com.cob-web.org:8888 /telepathy.html   (3050 words)

  
 Future Dreams Precognition. How to find precognition in your dreams of the future.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
However, it’s most certain that his death was deemed to happen, and that he was allowed to remain blind to his own fate by disregarding the message of his precognitive dream.
Then there are the precognitive dreams of the changeable kind that allow someone to change the future.
There is one businessman that had the same precognitive dream three times and chose to ignore the warning.
www.newagedirectory.com /dream/futuredream.htm   (854 words)

  
 Precognition 5/13   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The term "precognition" is a label applied to the psychic phenomenon of allegedly knowing in advance what the future will bring.
To qualify as precognition, such knowledge must not be derived from normal senses of mathematical deductions.
An example of precognition would be dreaming of a car accident the night before such an accident actually occurs.
www.eeeek.com /ask38.html   (110 words)

  
 28. Precognition
Precognition of the birth does not have to include precognition of the woman becoming pregnant (not to mention that it would be really intrusive *s* and how would you feel about telling someone that you knew when it was going to happen?)
This can be called precognition in the sense they didn't know it yet, but not in the sense of transcending linear time, because the wife was in fact pregnant at that time.
The source of her precognition (knowing beforehand) was a prediction made by a spirit: "And there will be more (children)." I believe this was a good spirit, probably an angel or as-angel, who saw by clairvoyance that the minister's wife was pregnant, and quietly and truthfully predicted what would happen based on that observation.
www.bswett.com /seminars/28.Precognition.html   (21796 words)

  
 The Work of Precognition Agents in Criminal Cases - Methodology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
After a few personal questions, the questionnaire took respondents through the precognition process from their first contact with the solicitor's firm or precognition agent until the point when the precognition was completed.
It seemed likely that such precognitions would be longer and more detailed and that precognition agents would be expected to test the witness's credibility and reliability more frequently in solemn cases.
In addition, our inability, for reasons of confidentiality, to link questionnaire data with interview material in the case of precognition agents and defence agents (or to use the questionnaires as a selection tool for subsequent interviews in such cases) may be regarded as a limitation of the research.
www.scotland.gov.uk /cru/kd01/precog/precognition-06.htm   (3877 words)

  
 Precognition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Precognition has often been defined as "knowing the future" is one of the most puzzling as well as one of the most common of psychic phenomena.
If the precognitive event was veridical (meaning that elements of truth were found in the event) then that episode was deemed to be true.
When precognition occurs in a dream, it is by no means an exact forecast of the subsequent event, but near enough to be recognized.
threadsintyme.tripod.com /id72.htm   (847 words)

  
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Precognition requires minimal user intervention, and handles difficult problems of Laue data processing by its built-in decision-making mechanism.
Precognition has three different editions optimized for virus, protein, and small molecule crystals, respectively.
A test dataset m37vHbI-CO.tgz (332 MB) is available (courtesy of V. Srajer, R. Pahl of The University of Chicago and J. Knapp, W. Royer of The University of Massachusetts).
renzresearch.com /Precognition   (296 words)

  
 Precognition & The 449-Soldier Delay
My favorite example of the precognitive experience was the vision of Sitting Bull in which he saw what we call "Custer's Last Stand" in the course of a pain-induced trance a few days before that slaughter took place.
History is full of such attempts to nudge the elephant; and very likely you have had precognitive experiences in your own life, precognition being a natural function of the human intellect and closely related, as I said, to the physics of Time.
In terms of your own use of precognition, think of it as serving the function a cat's whiskers, which inform the cat if a space too small for it to enter; and don't let America's state religion, psychiatry, shrink you down to a size at which you cannot use precognition.
journals.aol.com /icnews360/TheObituaryoftheWorld/entries/2006/05/13/precognition--the-449-soldier-delay/1472   (1201 words)

  
 Precognition
Precognition is the perception of future events over which one doesn't seem to have much control over.
As the name suggests, in precognitive dreams the dreamer experiences an event, in whole or in part, before it occurs.
Precognitive dreams differ from prophetic dreams, in that prophetic dreams predict the future, but the events predicted relate to important areas of life.
www.occultopedia.com /p/precognition.htm   (3154 words)

  
 Precognition and Free Will - Does pre-cognition limit or elminates free will?
Precognition would be "knowledge of the future" or "to know that which will happen." When mixed with the given definition of God, an unqualified all-knowing God, this would mean a complete and full knowledge of all that will happen in the future.
I was expressing it in a more simplistic notion, dividing along the lines of pre...cognition, than implying psychic abilities and such.
This is going to be an odd answer to your question, but I would think that both precognition and free will can simultaneously exist, and I have no idea why.
debatingchristianity.com /forum/viewtopic.php?p=68451   (939 words)

  
 Precognition | Panpsychic-Philosophy | Alternative to Materialism Philosophy
Thus, if Precognition consisted of 'tapping in' to the omniscience of Apha-Holon, the fact that He already knew what we were going to do in our futures would not necessarily mean that they were predetermined.
Precognition of the immediate future is knowledge of the probable future within our longer or higher dimensional now.
Beyond the immediate future, it is a sub-conscious tapping in to the predictions of Alpha-Holon, whose knowledge of the past and of His own laws is total and whose predictions as to the Future must therefore represent what is the most probable future.
www.panpsychic-philosophy.org.uk /strachan/book/43   (2726 words)

  
 validating precognition
This basic protocol may be old hat to us who have been working with our own precognitive and "early warning" dreams for many years.
If we perform the whole experiment just ONCE, we have powerful evidence of dream precognition of a kind I hold to be truly scientific -- and a pathway for a dream science based on the raw data of experience.
The involvement of the dream monitor (who may be your regular dream-sharing pal) is crucial, because this supplies external validation that the dream came before the corresponding physical event, and that the dream report was not edited.
www.mossdreams.com /validati.htm   (207 words)

  
 Society for Scientific Exploration | Journal of Scientific Exploration | Experimental Study on Precognition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Encouraged by their previous research on telepathy, the authors of this article attempted to see if the discovered "telepathic wave" (a radio wave of 46.20 m) also has some involvement in precognitive phenomena.
The experiements were performed with an original radio amplifier and were conducted in a simlar manner to those experiments on telepathy (of course, with adequate modifications).
The best score for precognition — not excessively high, as in the case of telepathy, but statistically significant (Chi-square test) — was noted at the same wavelength of 46.20 m (amplification gain of 220 times; same as for telepathy), suggesting that the very complex intimate mechanism of both telepathy and precognition includes a coincident radio-component.
www.scientificexploration.org /jse/abstracts/v15n3a4.php   (197 words)

  
 Precognition - Veritas
Stemming from words, meaning first thought, precognition is the ability to see into the future.
Those with clairvoyance ability seem to also be able to do this.
Precognitions, or premonitions may be acheived both consciously and unconsciously.
vsociety.net /index.php?title=Precognition&printable=yes   (87 words)

  
 The Future and Beyond by H. F. Saltmarsh Evidence for Precognition and the Survival of Death - Studies in Consciousness ...
Saltmarsh's precognition book deals with all these issues in a reliable, sophisticated, and quite readable way that is very intriguing.
And, regardless of my (or your) personal psychological resistances, the laboratory evidence for the reality of occasional precognition is still very, very good.
Too, while many of us prefer the intellectual clarity of laboratory studies, where we have a limited set of known conditions, it is the richness of spontaneous precognitive events in life, even if complex, that gives us the most important hints as to their nature and function.
www.espresearch.com /future   (365 words)

  
 What is Precognition?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
There are a great many writings on both sides of the question of whether the phenomenon of precognition even exists.
Recent discoveries in quantum physics (the study of the physics of sub-atomic particles) and in cosmology (the branch of astronomy that deals with the universe taken as a whole) shed much light on how mind interacts with the universe.
What is needed is an understandable source that explains those relevant concepts of quantum physics and cosmology which reveal the exact process by which precognition works.
www.manyuniverses.com /precognition.htm   (282 words)

  
 Psychic Blogger: Precognition
Precognition is the ability to foresee events before they actually happen.
one of those experiences was precognition of a close family member dying.
Posted by: deirdre harmon at August 22, 2006 07:05 PM Hello my name is jo & i have had some precognitions in my life.
www.thelostfound.com /archives/psychic_development/precognition.html   (3360 words)

  
 precognition - Home
The harmonic seems particularly potent in producing precognitive or clairvoyant dreams.
Experimenting through the whole range of alpha and theta waves (from 5 - 12 Hz) it was found that a combination of frequencies consistently caused a change in consciousness.
By consistently changing the brainwave patterns in this manner it was found that the incidence of precognition and clairvoyance increased significantly.
precognition.mind-sync.com   (258 words)

  
 Chris. F. Masse's Precognition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
By doing that for a brief moment, you put the cause (when you sense the event) ahead of the consequence (the comprehension of this event) —in other words, advanced causality in the functioning of the brain, which is precognition (and neguentropy).
Number one, OCDB says that the experimental physicist (not just the equipment, as they say in quantum mechanics) is part of the experience —that the experimental physicist knows the result of the experiment is important for the next argument.
The far-fetched hypothesis, for those willing to believe in precognition, would be that our mind kind of behave according to quantum mechanics —and, thus, can send information back in our own past mind.
www.chrisfmasse.com /1/universe/precognition   (759 words)

  
 Intuition: Precognition - Information from the Future
PEAR calls their work "Remote Perception" and they showed probabilities against chance ranging from 1 out of a million to 1 out of a trillion.
An abstract of the precognitive work concludes that "Overall results are unlikely by chance to the order of 10
Thus, these databases, comprising one of the largest accumulations of relevant experiments performed under consistent and well controlled experimental protocos, have already provided robust evidence that the findings in the SRI/SAIC Remote Viewing experiments can be replicated in independent, but essentially similar designs.
www.p-i-a.com /Magazine/Issue3/Intuition_3.htm   (405 words)

  
 Precognition — Sri Chinmoy
Precognition does not necessarily restrict man's free will.
It depends entirely on the wisdom-Light of the one who has the knowledge of the future and on his capacity to deal with the prediction.
When they predict disastrous future events, they create useless and destructive fear in people, instead of inspiring them to pray for protection or illumination.
www.srichinmoy.org /resources/library/questions_answers/precognition   (286 words)

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