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telepathy
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Childhood's End
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  • She really seemed to think that there was something in this business of telepathy and second-sight.
  • Let us say that you might have become a telepathic cancer, a malignant mentality which in its inevitable dissolution would have poisoned other and greater minds.
  • Telepathy, as you have called it, is something like this.
  • All down the ages there have been countless reports of strange phenomena-poltergeists, telepathy, precognition-which you had named but never explained.
  • These held, if George remembered correctly, some fifteen thousand volumes-almost everything of importance that had ever been published on the nebulous subjects of magic, psychic research, divining, telepathy, and the whole range of elusive phenomena lumped in the category of paraphysics.

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  • My dog is so good at knowing what I’m thinking, you’d think she had canine telepathy.
  • Though popular in fiction, telepathy does not exist in the real world.

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