Earl Gordon Curley

E-Mail: e_curley@hotmail.com

Psychic Discoveries Behind The Canadian Curtain

Who on earth would wish to be known as a professional psychic? I would, since most people have no idea what psychic capabilities are and I've made it a point to educate the population in knowing that we all are psychically inclined. In conjunction to two science degrees, I've been involved in the parapsychology field for over twenty-five years. After extensive studies and research, I became cognizant of my own capabilities, therefore I beat a path to the unknown and searched out areas which could enhance my own capabilities.. Eventually, I ended up in my present profession; a psychic with international recognition.

The following are the definitions of all my titles for those who have inquisitive minds.

Webster Definition for "emotionology"


Coined in 1981 by Earl Gordon Curley. It is the scientific study of emotional effects on human beings; the ramifications of those emotions; the psychological interference developed during decision making processes; research on genetic emotional personality traits; and, the design and implications of "The 21 Emotions Exercise" which is a matrix between materialism and dualism, known as the differences in science about "the sciences of the mind". A number of major research and university centers have been implementing "The 21 Emotions Exercise" into their education courses and many studies have proven conclusively that emotions are the guiding force to decision making processes.

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Webster Definition for "parapsychology"


para. psy. chol.o.gy \. par-*-(.)si--'ka:l-*-je-\ n [ ISV]: a science concerned with the investigation of evidence for telepathy, clairvoyance, and psychokinesis.
  • Webster Definition for "telepathy"
    te. lep.a. thy \t*-' lep-* -the-\ n : apparent communication from one mind

  • Webster Definition for "clairvoyance"
    clair. voy. ance \ kla(*)r-'vo.i-*n(t)s, kle(*)r-\ n 1: the professed power of discerning objects not present to the senses 2: acuteness of perception

  • Webster Definition for "psychokinesis"
    Cross references: 1. precognition 2. telekinesis
    psy. cho.ki.ne. sis \.si--ko--k*-'ne--s*s, -(.)ki--\ \-' net-ik\ n [NL, fr. psych- + Gk kine- sis motion - more at KINESIOLOGY)M : movement of physical objects by the mind without use of physical means

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Webster Definition for "psychic"


1. psy. chic \'si- -kik\ \-k i-k*l\ \-k i-k(*-)le-\ aj [Gk psychikos of the soul, fr. psyche- soul] 1: of or relating to the psyche : PSYCHOGENIC 2: lying outside the sphere of physical science or knowledge : immaterial, moral or spiritual in origin or force 3: sensitive to nonphysical or supernatural forces and influences - psy. chi. cal aj
2. psychic n 1a: a person apparently sensitive to nonphysical forces 1b: MEDIUM 2: psychic phenomena

  • Webster Definition for "medium"
    Cross references: 1. mean
    1. me.di.um \'m e-d-e--*m\ \-e--*\ n or mediums or me. dia [L, fr. neuter of medius middle - more at MID] pl 1a: something in a middle position 1b: a middle condition or degree : MEAN 2: a means of effecting or conveying something : as 2a1: a substance regarded as the means of transmission of a force or effect 2a2: a surrounding or enveloping substance 2b1: a channel of communication pl media, pl but sometimes sing in constr 2b2: a publication or broadcast that carries advertising 2c: G O-BETWEEN, INTERMEDIARY 2d: an individual held to be a channel of communication between the earthly world and a world of spirits 2e: material or technical means of artistic expression

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