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Dear Rupert Sheldrake, saudações and saludos!

“Dear Rupert Sheldrake, saudações and saludos! I hope everything is fine with you. I want to report some of the results of our tests. There were 2 groups: An entire new group which we didnt know who was stronger minded and who was not. So the results were not uncommon except for one girl (Carol) and one man (Tadeu) . The girl was visibly more sensitive but she had claimed that she does that (staring at people from their back) while she walks or is in a bus to people to see if they look back. So I had her strared at an apparently weaker minded woman and the results were poor. Then I had a strong minded man look at her and the results were incredible: 15 right to 5 wrong. The second group was the usual group- and we did it again: the stronger minded people looking at the more sensitive people. We had 12/8 (right wrong); 10/10; 11/9;8/12 (here I am not sure who is strong minded). Then I am making copies of this last group before sending to you because I feel it is better to repeat the tests exchanging people. What do you say? Is this (stronger minded people looking at more sensitive people) the direction that your tests are going to take now? Could you say that we only look back when stronger minded people are looking at us?What about if we look back only when we vibrate in the same frequency? (difficult to measure…I believe) All the best always, Zaquie C Meredith”

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“Dear Zaquie, Thanks for this new update. I’m glad you’re going on with this research and looking at who seems more ‘strong minded’. I suspect that in the real world this is what makes the most differ

“Dear Zaquie Thanks for this feedback. It would be good to test the sensitive and strong people both ways round so I hope you can continue this in your next meeting. All the best Rupert”

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