CHAPTER INTERLUDE IV
Chief of the Psi-Warriors, OverSeer and covert special Operations agents,
Moran Ackerman: My Stories of the Transition
Up until this point, November, 2013, most of my training and the ES I learn are what I would call believable, or expected. Not that I could do all these things or use skills like this prior to my training, but I am not all that surprised that someone, even I, can learn them. After that, though, things get much more supernatural. Although I do get used to it all, I feel a bit as if I'm in a movie or dream during those months.
ESP Training Level 5-A, FORM/FORMLESS OBJECTS, is a perfect next Level, given the ES I mostly master by that November. But, for my brain, 5-A is a boundary-breaker.
We start with Visibility/Invisibility. I find out quickly that these Skills have more to do with mental gymnastics, like psi-infused persuasion of others, than my own actual physical appearance at any given moment. Then, we go right into Teleporting Objects.
I don't mean flinging them from room to room where anyone can watch them move. I mean, snapping objects through dimensions of time and space: one moment, something is here; the next, it's elsewhere, or elsewhen. No travel route to watch. Just snap. Faster than Star Trek. About as instantaneous as possible.
Quantum physicists can explain all this. I won't clutter my story with scientific rationales. You all know by now this stuff is true and works. Nonlocality. Quantum entanglement. Look it up.
Teleportation requires that the sender have an intentional destination and know a lot about the where and when the object is going. When a Sender is unclear or inexact, serious injury or property damage can occur. That's one of the reasons Remote Viewing is something we practice back in Level 2. We Senders must know where—when we're sending the object!
Fortunately, I do not have disaster stories about failures in this area because the fundamental training and checks are quite solid. By the time an OS gets to Teleport objects, we really know our stuff. Good thing, right?
But, size matters [Laughs.], as with any telekinetic skills practice. We start with small, light, uncomplicated objects: anything with fewer moving parts and less internal wiring is easier to Teleport. We all start with a ping-pong ball: hollow, mostly air, light, with its solid-seeming surface.
There are many hilarious training sessions in which my orange ping-pong ball mocks me. Resistantialism abounds. Many times, the ball is so stubborn that it goes nowhere (boring, actually). Sometimes, teasingly, the ball levitates or moves around on a table but won't Teleport. Tantalizing me with potential, that ball sits there and shimmers, mocking me as it rolls around the table, bounces, shakes. One time, I get the ball to Teleport right next to itself, but no one else notices and they do not believe me.
It takes me about three days to get the ball to 'Port into the kitchen (I'm in the living room). The orange ping-pong ball lands perfectly, right on the kitchen counter next to the sink just a nanosecond after I engage it (my chosen where—when), then rolls into the sink.
Got to learn control. I am going to be so much better at mini golf after this!
I can't give you the training sequence (classified). I can describe what happens in my first successful major Teleportation, here.
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