There is a lesser known experiment in the field of science that had a most unusual outcome - the paranormal.
Not many people speak of it and yet it has highly intriguing implications.
Dr. Walter Rawls, an expert on monopolar magnetic effects on matter, decided to try an experiment by placing a monopolar north pole magnet to the center of the forehead in front of the pineal gland.
For many decades people have spoken of the pineal gland as being the psychic third eye. He wanted to see what might have perpetuated this belief.
The pineal gland is a walnut-shaped gland about the size of a piece of rice, floating in cerebrospinal fluid and with a bit of magnetite in it which is believed to help us find our direction, much like birds have for knowing where to fly, as well as a close connection to vision, allowing it to know when light is low and it is time to release the sleep hormone, melatonin.
A mask was made which held the North pole end of a long cylindrical magnet over the pineal gland. The purpose was to stimulate the gland and see if there was anything to this ‘third eye‘ business. Exposure was in the range of 10-30 minutes per day over a period of about 4 weeks.
Within the first week, he was sitting at his desk reading documents when he noticed something move out of the corner of his eye. As he looked up, the ghostly figure of a man had walked through one wall, moved across the room and disappeared through another wall. The figure was totally unaware of Walter. Further exposures to this North pole field took place over a second and third week.
The second week, the same ghostly figure moved through the room and glanced toward Walter as he passed through. This time, the figure appeared to have slightly more detail, not quite so ghostly.
The third week, while busy working on documents, Walter noticed a change in the room. When he looked up, the wall had dissolved away and he was looking at a small hill where a man and woman sat beneath a tree. It was the same ghostly male figure who he had seen on the other occasions. He sat quit still, watching this pastoral scene for several minutes.
The man looked over toward Walter and appeared startled. It was as if he clearly SAW Walter this time and possibly recognized Walter as the ghost that he had seen the previous week! The image faded away and the wall restored to its normal condition. From that moment on, Walter never used the pineal stimulator again.
Over the years of studying ghostly phenomena, one thing I found baffled me and this study might shed light on it. My team is not particularly psychic, but on certain investigations they all encountered the unexplained and said, "wow, that was an active night." As a psychic, I can say it was no more active than usual, but the team was able to perceive the activity on that night. So, I looked into electromagnetic storms which are known to affect the pineal gland in the brain. What I found was that 100% of the active nights, there was an EM storm of significant size.
It may be that for us psychics, we have a larger bit of magnetite in the brain which makes us sensitive to subtle changes in electromagnetism, but on a night of a storm of EMF activity, those with regular-sized magnetite are able to perceive more of the other side.
This is a theory, but after a lifetime of studying my skills, I've noted a sense of direction being heightened during EM storms - in that I seem to be very perceptive of where everything is in relation to magnetic north, and my encounters are much more visual than usual.
I am hoping that creating higher EMF might show more encounters with shadow people, sense of being watched, hearing voices, and other ghostly encounter characteristics. This may be why the KII meter is so popular among investigators because that spike in EMF might be what's making it possible to see, hear and feel what is always there.
More about the researchers in this realm:
David Wilcock The Science of Oneness (book)
Albert Roy Davis and Walter Rawls, The Magnetic Blueprint of Life (book)