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What Are the New, Vastly Higher Traditional Sensory Potentials and What Does it Mean for Remote Sensing?

Maureen Seaberg

In 2016, scientists at Rockefeller University proved that humans could see a single photon with their naked eyes. The upper range of our olfactory potential is now believed to be a trillion scents. We can hear sounds with an amplitude smaller than the diameter of an atom; there is a newly discovered set of taste buds for discerning fresh water, and we can feel a single molecule difference in thickness with our bare fingertips.

Humans can sense as well or better than other animals in certain environments – including following a scent trail like a hound; that we can’t is nothing more than a Victorian-era myth. We are “soft-tissue/high-technology” according to anthropologist William C. Bushell, Ph.D. and no machine can match us.

No matter where you are on this newly expanded continuum, the senses are plastic and can be grown. Maureen Seaberg developed a ten-step model for the traditional senses that can help remote viewers, other psi practitioners and people in every day life expand their access to their exquisite, high-tech/soft tissue sensorium. The model is distilled from the latest scientific literature as well as case studies and interviews of super sensors. Together, they represent a more primal intelligence called PQ.

It is organized by a handy and appropriate ten-letter acronym, PERCEPTION, which stands for:
• Practice • Expect • Respect • Chutzpah • Escape • Pair • Think • Improve • Om • Nature

Maureen advocates for a more natural approach to sentience and believe invasive augmentation is unnecessary and dangerous, suggesting that remote viewers can benefit from the latest research into traditional sensory potentials to better avail themselves of the many biological channels they use for their work.