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Best-selling author Theresa Cheung joins forces with cognitive neuroscientist Julia Mossbridge, PhD, Director of the Innovation Lab at The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS), to reveal revolutionary new research showing that sensing the future is possible. They also provide practical tools and techniques you can use to develop your own powers of precognition. 

Precognition is the scientific name for the knowledge or perception of the future, obtained through extrasensory means. Often called "premonition", precognition is the most frequently reported of all extrasensory perception (ESP) experiences, occurring most often in dreams. It may also occur spontaneously in waking visions, auditory hallucinations, flashing thoughts entering the mind, the sense of "knowing", and physiological changes. 

Combining science and practice, The Premonition Code examines precognition thoroughly, revealing the most common premonitions that people experience, experimental tools for cultivating precognition, and more. 

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  • slipperychimp
  • 11-06-18

Utter nonsense.

I am almost embarrassed to say I forced myself to finish this book so I could write a full review. Now I have finished, I really don’t know where to start. I knew I was taking a gamble with this one, after recently finishing a few science based books featuring discussions of spacetime, perceptions of time and theories on the structure of the universe (See Rovelli among others) I was eager to see what else was out there, even ‘off the wall’ theories I can accept so long as there is some kind of solid scientific basis behind them.

You will not find anything grounded even remotely in science within this book.

In essence it is a series of anecdotes, name dropping, adverts to websites, apps, and even music stores. I lost count of the amount of references to “scientific” “probabilities” “evidence” without anything actually being provided, as though if the author says something is scientific often enough, then it must be. Another common technique throughout the book is to provide something factual and then in the next breathe leap to further wild conclusions as to what a study with only 5 people might mean for the “precog” community- it’s misrepresentation and “bad science” at its best.

So much emphasis throughout the book is made to how one of the co-authors is Doctor and a “scientist”. Going by this work, they are as much a scientist as I am a lettuce. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry because I just listened to a book which actually stated as something quite normal, how someone made themselves sign a contract pledging not to send negative thoughts back in time after establishing communication with the very first first single cell life forms to have evolved on earth. Seriously?! The “scientist” actually believes this?!

It wasn’t just the (lack of) content I didn’t get on with, it was also the style of writing, for example: “When other people ask me now what my calling is, I say to teach and learn about love and time” who speaks like that?! Who even asks that question?! The voice work also came over as incredibly patronising, I’m assuming this is because of the content, but the softly spoken and mispronounced words didn’t help.

For a book about time, there is a substantial lack of any basic understanding of physics. Presentism is alluded to without naming it, but there is no mention of the block universe theory for example or modern quantum physics theories which exclude time in their equations, classical physics is highlighted a few times, for example at one point the authors state “So far physicists have not been super helpful on our understanding of the flow of time” - WRONG! Just because the authors don’t know, or understand how actual scientists now think of spacetime doesn’t mean they are to be discounted! To add insult to injury, a quote by Einstein is totally mis-represented in the book, the author states that they are placed “on the Einstein ‘God doesn’t play dice’ side of the debate”. That in itself shows a total lack of understanding, Einstein was actually talking about how bizarre quantum physics is, but it sounds like a good quote fit for a meme, so why not shove it in!

In essence the book is utter nonsense, chapter 6 even says you have to believe in it for it to work, this is a clear example of confirmation bias. Other just totally out there things are Handshaking with your “higher self” and “Reversing the polarity” (I guess they watch Star Trek).

It seems the agenda of the book is to try and cash in / take advantage of those who will buy in to this hogwash. It attempts to legitimise clairvoyance, “we dream of time when the scientifically evaluated positive precogs, inspired by this book and our website, can be consulted on a variety of issues” I.e. for a fee, we will evaluate you and list you as a certified “precog”, the book even discusses how to make money out of it. Disgusting.

Don’t waste your money or time on this.