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Extrasensory perception has always been a topic of fascination and hot debate. It refers to the alleged capability of the mind to receive information without the use of the conventional senses. ESP, as it is more commonly known, has been rejected by most scientific inquiries due to lack of a definitive theory behind it and a reliable testing methodology, but there are still proponents of the idea that the mind is capable of such wondrous things. Author Vito D’Angelo is one of those who champion the existence of this latent power, and he attests that it is present in all human beings, just waiting to be unleashed.
ESPs of 9/11 is his manifesto of the power of extrasensory perception and how it has helped him in his own life. It gradually goes on to explain the mental visions the author received regarding the horrific terrorist acts that occurred during 9/11, and further on towards America’s War on Terror. He correlates what information his mind received with the actual historical events, thus showing a connection between this mysterious mind power with the ability to see what is beyond the present.
Inquiring minds will find ESPs of 9/11 to be a compelling piece to peruse. Vito D’Angelo intrepidly serves his ideas, presenting a strong case for the existence of ESP and how it can benefit mankind. Inveterate armchair critics, much to their own chagrin, will probably find this work to be implausible, but the author wrote this for those who do have the capacity to believe in the power of their own minds. Vito D’Angelo implicitly calls for the end of outdated and decadent preconceptions of ESP and to actively pursue and cultivate this proverbial sixth sense, for the good of all humanity.
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ESPs of 9/11 * by Vito D’Angelo
Extra Sensory Perception
Publication Date: October 31, 2011
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