The Strange Life of A Soviet Psychokinetic, Nina Kulagina - Jim Harold

Nina Kulagina's military career differed greatly from most. Recruited to the Red Army at the age of 14, she rose through the ranks, suffered terrible battle injuries and, upon recovery, learned to harness her telekinetic abilities and serve her beloved Russian army again. While Nina was able to affect the physiology of animals, she was never able to slice through the veil to human bodies. Perhaps a gentler approach was needed. Meditators Focus Good Thoughts on People, Effects Studied. Science is finally proving what the New Agers have been saying all along--directing positive energy at an object (or person) imbues that object with beneficial qualities. More studies need to be done but results look promising. (CM)

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