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5-year-old genius is alleged to be telepathic

By T.K. Randall
November 17, 2015 · Comment icon 72 comments

Ramses is remarkably intelligent for his age. Image Credit: CC BY 2.0 Allan Ajifo
5-year-old Ramses Sanguino has allegedly developed the ability to read numbers from his mother's mind.
The autistic child genius, who despite his young age has been learning seven different languages and is capable of solving complex algebraic equations, has exhibited mental abilities so advanced that there are now indications that he may even be able to perform telepathy.

Most notable among his skills is his ability to correctly determine which numbers his mother has been writing down in secret - sometimes successfully guessing as many as 38 of them in a row.

"We do have a very close bond which may have something to do with his abilities - but this is beyond anything I would have imagined," she said. "I don't know how to explain it."



Source: Huffington Post | Comments (72)




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Comment icon #63 Posted by Astra. 8 years ago
your good.. Yes I know
Comment icon #64 Posted by Lilly 8 years ago
I'd like to see this 'telepathy' done in front of Penn and Teller...that would speak volumes regarding its veracity.
Comment icon #65 Posted by ChrLzs 8 years ago
I'd like to see this 'telepathy' done in front of Penn and Teller...that would speak volumes regarding its veracity. Yep, or Derren Brown - if those masters of 'wizardry' can't spot how it was done.... Only problem is, I think occasionally Penn and Teller do let them slip through when the act is so good (or the purveyor is so 'cute') that they can see it's commercial value...
Comment icon #66 Posted by Merc14 8 years ago
Yep, or Derren Brown - if those masters of 'wizardry' can't spot how it was done.... Only problem is, I think occasionally Penn and Teller do let them slip through when the act is so good (or the purveyor is so 'cute') that they can see it's commercial value... Do you mean on the "Fool us" show?
Comment icon #67 Posted by ChrLzs 8 years ago
Do you mean on the "Fool us" show? Yup. I think that show was great when it first started, but has now gone a little downhill. Don't get me wrong, it's still good, and I'm still a huge fan of those two, but there's been a couple of acts where I think they knew enough that they shouldn't have gone through - could be wrong, but it seemed to me it was more about having a marketable act, than about being unexplainable.. Derren Brown's stuff is quite brilliant - the lengths he will go to in order to set something up are just incredible (I loved the reveal on the horse-racing betting system) and the... [More]
Comment icon #68 Posted by Merc14 8 years ago
Yup. I think that show was great when it first started, but has now gone a little downhill. Don't get me wrong, it's still good, and I'm still a huge fan of those two, but there's been a couple of acts where I think they knew enough that they shouldn't have gone through - could be wrong, but it seemed to me it was more about having a marketable act, than about being unexplainable.. Derren Brown's stuff is quite brilliant - the lengths he will go to in order to set something up are just incredible (I loved the reveal on the horse-racing betting system) and then he still frequently fools me with... [More]
Comment icon #69 Posted by nohands 6 years ago
nice..... maybe he retained his past life skills
Comment icon #70 Posted by jbondo 6 years ago
If no one has mentioned it yet, those animal acts were exposed. The animals were taking subtle cues from their trainers. Likely the same situation exists between this boy and his mother. However, that doesn't mean she's trying to fool anyone. Often the one sending the cues isn't even aware they are doing it, except for those animal stage shows, that is.
Comment icon #71 Posted by ChrLzs 6 years ago
Dianne Hennacy Powell?? - that rang a bell, and if one browses back in this thread, 2015, yours truly posted this.. and I repeat most of it below: ====quote (sorta) A quick Google shows her at many sites (almost all ad-supported and selling stuff), and LOTS of anecdotally 'impressive' stories about alleged abilities, but not ONE single properly documented case study. I think she (Dianne Hennacy Powell) is full of it... namely the desire to make money. Combine that with the fact that she just laps up any story given to her, and has a lousy (deliberately?) grasp of how to properly evidence clai... [More]
Comment icon #72 Posted by Piney 6 years ago
Especially if your autism comes from a chromosomal disorder and they are not checking for brain abnormalities which creep up later in life. Your "blue child" or "psychic" could wind up a vegetable. 


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