Supernatural Magazine

Do You ESP?

Sixth Sensing It

“Science can no longer treat parapsychology as a stepchild. ESP is not supernatural, but perfectly natural. “~ Professor Dr. Hans Holzer

ESP standing for Extrasensory perception and is also referred to as utilizing our sixth sense, is making its way back into our society. Just in time for the Aquarian Age!

Our ‘sixth sense’ is an acquiring of information externally and was adopted by Duke University psychologist J. B. Rhine. In this category, attention was brought to the use of other tools such as psychic abilities in telepathy, clairaudience, and clairvoyance, and their trans-temporal operation as precognition or retro cognition.

One is receiving information from the past to the present. This leads us into the field of physical research and the study of paranormal psychic phenomena, which includes ESP… hence Parapsychology.

A Parapsychologist conducted tests such as the ganzfeld experiment and provided compelling evidence for the existence of ESP. The scientific community rejects ESP due to the absence of an evidence base, the lack of a theory which would explain ESP, the lack of experimental techniques which can provide reliably positive results, and considers ESP to be non-existent.

The late parapsychologist, Austrian born Professor Dr. Hans Holzer, was among those who studied ESP further to showcase its truth. Dr. Holzer felt that ESP was looked upon for the ball-gazers, occult, gypsies or a late night parlour trick. He said that everyone can obtain information beyond our five senses.

It’s a force that one needs to be made aware of in-order to achieve the desired results. When one does not believe or try to be more open to it, they are suppressing. In developing your ESP powers, you would be able to witness future events, send messages mind-to-mind across distances, and communicate with the next dimension.

Dr. Holzer, through decades of intensive research in the field, reported on hundreds of case histories dealing with psychic phenomena, by homemakers, teachers, clergymen, labourers, the elderly, and children. This research also delves into astral travel. There are experiences one can do to test themselves and strengthen their sixth sense ability thru ESP.

There is a plethora of well supported evidence and reputable witnesses not to at least learn more about one’s extrasensory perception. The more one tests, the better they become at utilizing this tool. The tool connects with one’s mind, body and soul to a highway of information.

Take nature for example. Do plants respond to loving care in an extrasensory way? Why not? Anything living will. What about a premonition or a feeling of Deja vu? In these moments, some of this gets dismissed or passed up on, denied, but in reality, something is happening in that moment. It is not always something you can see, but rather a happening you are experiencing and feeling. What is arguably so difficult about this happening our soul is encountering? It is a perfectly natural state of being that we are in, and that all of us acquire this added sense of data and awareness. Our incarnate persona is remembering a past life. This is information for us. Each one of us carries this ‘personal bible’ of unique data if you will, and brings it with us in the next life. Accessing this bible is key in opening up one’s pathways to greater insights into themselves and their environment.

Through the use of meditation, another known practice and imperative tool to help unblock and quiet our minds, is THE perfect marriage to ESP. They practically go hand-in-hand. If one can get into a relaxed meditative state, uninterrupted with our racing thoughts to run interference we will connect and have clearer visions. We can hear without using our ears.

Take for example when Ghost Hunters such as us are researching life after death, either we are dealing with a spirit which is free to come and go, hence the term ‘free spirit,’ or trapped like a ghost and stuck for a period of time. This of course does not include our spirit guides and other sources around the living, including beings. We want to communicate, but… are we doing our work with all the possible ways and methods that are at our disposal?

Our culture teaches people that it is not possible, that there is nothing out there. Society restricts our questions by placing a stigmata or professional taboo on any subject that challenges accepted scientific beliefs. However when somebody passes on, the first thing we desire when we arrive on the other side is to communicate to our loved ones, that we are still alive. Dr. Holzer, my father, has come back to tell me on several occasions and I quote the professor directly, “I AM Alive!”

Alexandra Holzer

Alexandra Holzer

Second Generation Ghost Hunter and Writer, Alexandra Holzer, is no stranger to the world of the supernatural, publishing or art. She attended The Fashion Institute of Technology following her mother Artist Countess Catherine Buxhoeveden (related to Catherine the Great), who also attended. She follows in her late famous father’s (Parapsychologist Dr. Hans Holzer) ghostly footsteps (Original Ghost Hunter, NBC’s In Search Of, Amityville Horror, WOR Radio with Joe Franklin.) Hans Holzer was also an Assistant Professor of Parapsychology at the New York Institute of Technology, Research Director of the New York Committee for the Investigation of Paranormal Occurrences, and a member of the College of Psychic Studies in London, as well as a lecturer at leading colleges. Alexandra is co-founder of her global organization, The Hunt with Holzer, in which her research continues into the unknown. For further details about this author, please visit: