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ESP

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Spanish Peseta.

ESP

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Spain. The code is used for transactions to and from Spanish bank accounts and for international shipping to Spain. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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In the first chapter, William Roll and Bryan Williams provide a profound summary of neuroscientific studies on people with extraordinary abilities such as extrasensory perception (ESP).
This view still seems to be dominant in researchers who try to include the transpersonal phenomena of extrasensory perception and paranormal abilities into the current picture of physics.
Alpha relations with non-intentional and purposeful extrasensory perception after feedback.
An account follows of the prevalence and quality of a number of features of the NDE among Corazza's select K group, and we find that many of these experiential features appear, both qualitatively and quantitatively (by percentage of the group reporting each experience), to be very similar for both the K-NDE and life-threatening/cardiac NDE groups, at least for the experiences of time perception, visionary frequency, life review, understanding of the universe, sense of peace, vividness of the experience, extrasensory perception, and OBEs.
This model proposes that psi processes function in basically the same ways that other preconscious processes do, and that patterns of functioning that have been found with, for example, subliminal perception, will obtain in regard to extrasensory perception as well.
If memory and extrasensory perception are similar processes, then they should be positively correlated within the performance of given participants tested in similar situations.
Schoch and Logan Yonavjak, concede that the anthology's emphasis is on psi, that is, extrasensory perceptiOn and psychokinesis; although some material bearing on postmortem survival is mentioned, this is deemed not to be central to "the paranormal.
In the 1959 article he promoted the urgent need to critically examine both new and old ideas, especially those that do not fit rigid contemporary scientific paradigms, such as extrasensory perception.
With his characteristic thoughtfulness, Ian discussed nine hypotheses that might possibly explain these alleged memories, such as fraud, racial memory, extrasensory perception, retrocognition, possession, and reincarnation.
The list below covers the principal remedies known for clairvoyance, extrasensory perceptions, and delusions relating to matters beyond the ordinary.