Lately, I’ve talked a lot about sidereal time, and the edge it can give us in paranormal research.
A few people have paused and raised an eyebrow. They wanted to know what I was talking about.
Since those were real-life conversations and I didn’t have the key information at hand, I promised to post it online… so, here it is.
Basically, a quirky (but impressive) study has shown that sidereal time may affect anomalous cognitions — aka: the accuracy of psychics and mediums.
The abstract and summary at Association Trans Communication explains:
“The essence of the article we are referring to is that scientists have found a direct correlation between the sidereal time of day and success in psychic ability experiments.”
David Wilcock has talked about this, and published his own paper at Scribd, in which he “shows you how to find your local sideral time, so you can meditate at 13:30 LST to increase your psychic abilities by 400%.” [sic]
Can’t access Scribd? You’ll find nearly identical information at this Project Avalon link.
In one of Wilcock’s audio blogs, he explained:
Sidereal time is the time that it takes the Earth to orbit once, relative to the center of the galaxy, rather than to the Sun.
Basically, the peak time is 1:30 PM, Local Sidereal Time. That’s not necessarily 1:30 PM, where you are, and it’s not a time you can calculate in your head, based on GMT or anything like that.
To make the most of peak psychic sensitivity, today, use LST software to calculate the exact time for today. (Tomorrow, it’ll be about four minutes earlier, and it’ll be earlier again the next day, and so on.)
For accuracy, you’ll probably use the longitude of the nearest city that’s in your time zone.
Here are some links that will tell you the Local Sidereal Time where you are:
The actual window — with ~400% better psychic accuracy — about 15 minutes before 1:30 PM, Local Sidereal Time, and continues until about 15 minutes after that time.
So, how do we use this in ghost hunting and paranormal research? We schedule our psychic investigations for times that will include the 30-or-so minutes when psychic receptivity may be highest… around 13:30 LST.
Of course, most of us investigate haunts all year ’round. But, as an example, let’s look ahead to Halloween 2016.
For Halloween/Samhain (31 Oct 2016), if you’re in the same time zone as New York City, you’ll want to start your investigation no later than 10:15 AM, since 13:30 LST will be at 10:44 AM. In fact, to give everyone time to be where they’re supposed to be, with equipment set up and in a receptive frame of mind, you should probably arrive no later than 9:30 or 10 AM.
(In England, 13:30 LST will be at about 7:50 AM, so you’ll need to arrive at 7 AM or so, to be ready.)
I haven’t tested this enough to say it definitely helps with ghost research. Nevertheless, the supporting evidence is convincing enough to recommend trying this with your research team.
If you do, I hope you’ll share your results in comments at this site.
If you want to read the full, original study, it’s titled “Apparent Association Between Effect Size In Free Response Anomalous Cognition Experiments And Local Sidereal Time.” The author is S. James P. Spottiswoode. [PDF]