Wandering senses

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People who, for one reason or another, lose their vision, albeit become crippled, however, scientists say, compensate loss of this critical sensory organ through improved hearing, sense of smell and touch. Often the “sixth” mixes up with this a feeling that begins to work more productively than ordinary person.

However, there are cases when vision during deformation or illness the eye just moves to other parts of the body that begin to perform functions not peculiar to them, and it is not clear what way. For example, one of such cases was described by a well-known Italian neurologist, psychiatrist Cesare Lombroso.

One fourteen-year-old girl after a long illness lost the functionality of both eyes. At the same time, the patient herself claimed that she continues to see everything as well as before, even better. Parents, not understanding what is happening with their child, turned to Dr. Lombroso. He set up a series of experiments with this patient and determined that she actually sees everything perfectly, although her eye it is practically nonexistent. Cesare was perplexed when suddenly during another experience, a ray of bright light fell on a girl’s earlobe and she cried out. And when the doctor accidentally touched the tip of the nose of a young person, she was even indignant: do you want to blind me? It turned out that the girl now sees the tip of her nose and earlobes, why her vision not only did not deteriorate, but even became more high-quality, spherical. One more property was struck by Lombroso this unique girl: she could smell not only nose, but also chin …

By the way, as a modern researcher proves “alternative vision” Vyacheslav Bronnikov, each person possesses internal vision that can be developed and even made dominant because it is far superior in its the vision that we get through the eyes. Author teaching transerfing Wadim Zeland not only agrees with Bronnikov, but also claims that many living organisms lacking eye by nature, have internal vision, and therefore beautiful see our world. These are, for example, bats, which in addition to echolocation, fantastically cleverly guided also by alternative vision of the environment. It is possible that many simple living organisms also have inner vision …

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