Scientists Discovered 12 Superhuman Senses That You Are Not Aware Of



As we are trapped in the material 3-dimensional reality, we often forget what are we truly made of and we set up strange boundaries subconsciously to make your views of the world fit with the rest of the people, or with what’s considered to be ‘normal’.

Well, the truth is that humans are not ‘normal’, according to the 3-D empiristic view of the world and consumeristic indoctrination. People are abnormal as well as the universe and they hide many secrets, many things that most of us are unaware of.

Recently, scientists discovered new senses that we all use and have nothing to do with vision, taste, touch, sounds… These are the 12 ‘superhuman’ senses:



1. OVULATION SENSE

Man knows when a woman is ovulating and he just senses that and becomes more attracted towards her.
Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin, used already worn T-shirts to determine that men may be able to smell when women are at their most fertile, regardless of the perfumes and cosmetics they may wear.Devendra Singh, a psychology professor at the University of Texas in Austin, asked women to wear one T-shirt at night during the most fertile phase of their menstrual cycle (13-15 days after their previous period), then wear another T-shirt during the infertile phase of their cycle (days 21 to 22).

2. THERMOCEPTION

Have you ever wondered why you feel some things without even touching them? Well, it seems that it’s your thermoception.You don’t have to enter the flames in a fireplace to realize that there’s a substantial amount of heat in there.The same applies to going out on a sunny day. The sun comes out (you know we aren’t touching it), we feel the heat without any physical contact. In the same way we can also feel sadness or huge emotional pain.

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3. LYING PERCEPTION

Sometimes we can tell if someone is telling the truth only by looking them in their face or listening the sound of their voice. Some people can realize they are being lie to only because of a smile or changing the intonation of the voice of their conversation partner. Scientists confirm that they found many human lie detectors through the years, but all of them were naturals, which means they didn’t train or study, but they just had the natural sense.

4. BLINDSIGHT

Have you wondered how blind people are able to ‘see’ the things around them, even if they are out of touch? Well, this phenomenon is called ‘blindsight’.Blindsight is the ability to respond to visual information without consciously seeing it. Psychologists study blindsight to learn more about how the brain processes visual information. Conscious vision depends on the primary visual cortex; however, people have demonstrated blindsight when this area of their brain is damaged.

5. SENSE OF DANGER DURING OVULATION

Women are able to sense some weird things during their ovulation. Believe it or not, scientists already confirmed that women during ovulation are able to sense snakes and gay people. Werd, right? However, some individuals are able to go even further and sense different kinds of danger approaching them, from toxic people to material accidents.

6. TETRACHROMACY

Researchers suspect that some people see more than the rest. Living among us are people with four cones, who might experience a range of colors invisible to the rest. It’s possible these so-called Tetrachromats see a hundred million colors, with each familiar hue fracturing into a hundred more subtle shades for which there are no names, no paint swatches. And because perceiving color is a personal experience, they would have no way of knowing they see far beyond what we consider the limits of human vision.Over the course of two decades, Newcastle University neuroscientist Gabriele Jordan and her colleagues have been searching for people endowed with this super-vision. Two years ago, Jordan finally found one. A doctor living in northern England, referred to only as cDa29 in the literature, is the first tetrachromat known to science. She is almost surely not the last.

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7. EQUILIBRIOCEPTION

Sense of balance or equilibrioception is one of the physiological senses related to balance. It helps prevent humans and animals from falling over when standing or moving. Balance is the result of a number of body systems working together: the eyes (visual system), ears (vestibular system) and the body’s sense of where it is in space (proprioception) ideally need to be intact.

8. SENSE OF “FATS”

The scientists think there’s a key connection between our sense of smell and the regions of the brain that regulate metabolism, particularly the hypothalamus – we’re more sensitive to smells when we’re hungry, for example. How exactly these systems link to each other still isn’t clear though.“People with eating disorders sometimes have a hard time controlling how much food they are eating and they have a lot of cravings,” says Riera.

9. NOCICEPTION

Nociceptors are special kind of nerve endings that are able to send fast information to the brain informing the whole body that there are dangerous mechanical,thermal or objects or stimuli nearby. Of course, people who are aware of their abilities to sense things like this are able to protect themselves from radiation, negative energy, damaged machines and they are even able to locate tumors.

10. PROPRIOCEPTION

Proprioception from Latin proprius, meaning “one’s own”, “individual”, and capio, capere, to take or grasp, is the sense of the relative position of one’s own parts of the body and strength of effort being employed in movement. Our skeleton plays vital part in how we see and feel the outside world.

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11. MAGNETOCEPTION

We have the same sense as the birds- we are able to detect and locate direction and movement, but of course, with less intensity. This means that we are able to feel the magnetic fields all around us.According to Joe Kirschvink, the geophysicist at the California Institute of Technology who is currently testing humans for a magnetic sense, “it’s part of our evolutionary history. Magnetoreception may be the primal sense.”

12. SENSE OF TIME

We all have the sense of time, probably we didn’t even need to mention this, but still, maybe some of you haven’t already discovered this special ability. People are naturally attracted and connected with the Sun and Earth. Because of that, we are able to subconsciously know the time of the day by feeling the vibrations from the outside.

Source: SoulTravelRules


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