Research suggests psychic abilities in children with autism

Research suggests psychic abilities in children with autism

Research suggests that some children who are diagnosed with autism possess telepathic or psychic abilities.

Could the ‘geniuses’, as they are called by some experts, demonstrate powers in a visible way.

Autistic children who can not communicate in the same way as their peers were always thought that they have disadvantages.


Studies show that they simply have different ‘powers’. They may have a greater mental ability than average and they can communicate without words.

Researchers at the University of California at Irvine showed in 1999 that parapsychological experiments have yielded better results than experiments to prove that a daily dose of aspirin helps prevent heart attacks.

Autistic ‘geniuses’ excel in math. They can do calculations without using a calculator.

Telepathic abilities

Psychiatrist Diane Powell has been doing years of research into human consciousness, particularly in autistic and other individuals with special abilities.

Dr. Powell says there is strong evidence of their telepathic abilities.

In other experiments, it has been shown over the years that autistic children appear to be functioning outside the binary system we can observe physically.

Mind reading

Their thoughts, dreams, and methods of “silent communication” were studied in an experiment in which a telepathic transmitter ‘a telepathic receiver’ were involved.

In the video below you see Ramses Sanguino, a boy with autism who can read minds and is gifted.

He speaks five languages, including Greek and Russian, and can solve mathematical problems. In the video, he is examined by a renowned neuroscientist.

Heathcliff Spencer Peters is an impartial and independent investigative journalist whose stories have appeared in The Sun, Express, Dailymail, nationwide Italian and Spanish television, and over 10 countries.