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This study was aimed at exploring the possibility of the mind producing an effect at a distance, which can be simultaneously detected and recorded by an electronic device without any external influence whatsoever. Initially, the chosen device was the REG (Random Event Generator) made by Psyleron, well-known and widely used in research. The results obtained were important, original, and reproducible, even at a distance of 190 kilometres (Florence – Padova), and this continually evolving research has extended to include other similar devices, the objective being to eventually use them to transmit information over a distance without resorting to traditional means.

We have also conducted a lengthy series of instrumentally observable experiments also aimed at long-distance mental influence, without using any traditional means of influence. The device used was a UV-ray photomultiplier located in a special darkroom inside the Rhine Centre in NC (USA), approximately 7300 Km away. The results proved to be surprisingly positive and reproducible.


 This study, financed by a grant from Fundação BIAL (Portugal), has already produced extremely positive results and is still underway. It aims to look at the possibility of mental action at a distance, but detectable by another mind/brain and without using conventional transmission methods, even if the subject is not aware of the action – a form of “unconscious telepathy”. These results, which have already scientifically demonstrated the existence of this unconscious telepathy, allow a glimpse into the possibility of transmitting short messages over a particular distance, including places inaccessible to traditional means of telecommunications.


 The aim of this study was an initial investigation into the possibilities of a new hypnotic technique which made it possible to interact and converse in real time with the mind of the person under hypnosis, during what is presumed to be an out-of-body state. Although this was completely new and previously assumed to be highly improbable, the results have been extremely interesting and reproducible, and have provided many opportunities for more in-depth study, thus opening new channels for research.

We are currently preparing instrumental analyses to be carried out during OBEs, thanks to a grant from the Parapsychological Association (USA).


 This unexpected research path arose from the need to instrumentally monitor the activities of studies in progress for the other three research topics, using either electroencephalography (EEG) or other methods.

Instrumental monitoring proved to be especially demanding and was not always feasible using commercial equipment and software, thus our research split into two main activities:

  • Design and construction of electronic devices suited to our specific studies.
  • Development of new software to best manage our research activities.

The results were numerous and greatly beneficial, and are presented in various scientific articles in relation to other research topics, as well as in an article specifically dedicated to a new method of analyzing EEG data.


 The results that emerge from the research paths listed above do not fall under traditional scientific theories, and therefore require new and original theoretical frameworks which we are developing and which have been discussed in other pertinent articles.



 All the listed research topics have produced published scientific articles which can be viewed under SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES.

The ARTICLES section contains detailed summaries of the EvanLab group’s experiments. These summaries and discussions are non-technical and suitable for readers of all backgrounds, even those not familiar with the specific terminology used in this field. We hope you find them informative.






English translation, except for cited papers and publications, by C. Evangelista-Pannozzo, BPharm., Cert ISL (Melbourne, Australia).


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