technique described here is for a general evaluation of a
person's ability to guess cards with symbols on them through
telepathy and esp. Any
results learned here, whether great, dismal or average, does not
have bearing on a person's psychic abilities. Those
talents and abilities are separate and need to be measured or
tested by themselves with other test procedures.
A person's psychic, ESP, telepathic, or mediumship abilities can't be
judged by a single or a group of exercises. This ability
develops through time and practice. So, if you don't do well the
first time, don't feel bad, because most of the world renowned
mediums, psychics and other mentalists started out by testing
themselves at one time or another. Their results probably would
compare to yours. The difference is of course is that they stuck
to the training, the exercises and practiced over and over. Be patient and
you can expect to see an improvement in all your latent
abilities over a period of time, not just in
a few tries of guessing cards.
There are other factors that need to be considered before
beginning. The mind set and attitude at the time of the test are
critical. Be certain that your are in a good frame of mind when
your start. If you are in a bad emotional state or have
something heavy on your mind, wait until you have calmed down.
You need to be enthused about doing the test, not doing it
and feeling obligated or bored.
When you test your self, do not let the results of your last
test influence the current test. Each test run is by itself. The
overall, long term results are what is being looked at. And
remember, this is just a test of reading symbols on a card and
nothing more. It has no relationship to your other psychic or
and recording results on the score sheet.
a) Shuffle the
cards and place them on a table in front of you on the left
b) Have a pencil and paper on your right side to record your
results. You can record the symbols in either rows or columns.
Whatever feels best.
c) When you are ready, pick up the first card without looking at
the symbol. You can hold it or place it on your head, just don't
look at it or hold it in a way you can see its reflection. (like
d) When you made your choice, place the card, symbol down on the
right side of your writing pad. Write down the symbols sequentially
in the column labeled call so you can review them after the run.
e) When you have read all 25 cards, its time to compare the
results. Turn over the card pile that you have read. You should
be looking at the first card you started with. Compare it with
what you wrote down. If it is a correct match, then draw a
circle around the symbol that you wrote on the pad.
f) When you have finished comparing all the cards, count the
circled ones to see how many you have guessed correctly. See
Test by recording results on a cassette
a) You can do the same test using a cassette
recorder. Instead of stopping to write down each symbol, you can
say aloud what you feel the card is that you are holding. This
method keeps you from looking at previous guesses which may
affect your selection of cards.
b) Place each guessed card in a pile with the symbol facing down.
c) When you are finished, turn over the deck, you will be looking at
the first card. You can turn on the replay and listen to the
card calls that you recorded. Make two piles, one for those
you've guessed correctly and the other for the misses. When you
are finished, count how many you have done correctly.
Note: You should make between 5 or
10 runs at each sitting.
Save the results with the date and number of runs.
Also record your general mental attitude for comparison, as it
often times plays a role in the outcome.
Scoring: for 5 runs of 25 cards ( a
total of 125 cards)
Expected by chance
Decent showing (odds 22 to 1)
Excellent show (odds 260 to
This test is not clinical evidence, but a general indicator
regarding one's ability to guess cards in a deck. The
overall purpose is to develop your overall ability to focus
which leads to greater mind power and telepathy.
Be patient and persistent!