My objective with the work is teaching the method of understanding telepathy and dream interpretation. Most of the time telepathy happens on the subconscious level and although we usually respond, that too is on the subconscious level, we think of it as impulsiveness.
In my work I quote these telepathic communications as I perceived them, the caller is not aware I "heard him", like the burglar telepathically telegraphing his intentions as he makes his plans to raid my home. I "heard" and was able to prevent it.
Or, another scenario: a man with amorous intentions telepathically telegraphs his desires. When he tries to telephone for a date I donít return his call, but quote his telepathic call in my article. Am I breaching his privacy right?
My question is regarding legality: are there any laws regulating telepathy? Can I quote the burglar's telepathic communication in my publication without his permission?
I have information that the police is already using telepathy as an investigating tool. I think the public should know. Do you?
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