Ben Franklin famously said, “You can do anything you set your mind to.” But he might have been surprised by Miroslaw Magola, a Polish man who seems to possess the ability to control the world around him with his mind alone. By using a concentration technique he developed, Magola is able to pick up solid objects merely by touching them to his skin. He claims to have honed his his psychokinetic abilities after decades of studying yoga and meditation.
“It sounds unbelievable, but when I shut my eyes and concentrate, I start to see bright lights. They look like the Northern Lights in the North Pole. When I see the lights, I focus on picking up the object, and that’s when I know I can do it.”
Magola demonstrates his claims on stainless steel cooking bowls of various sizes. He seems to be lifting the bowls through no physical force whatsoever.
What does the scientific establishment have to say about Magola’s blatant disregard for physics? Dr. David Lewis, a top UK neurophysiologist, administered an exam on Magola to determine the the legitimacy of his claims. The results where surprising, revealing a substantial increase in Magola’s electrical conductivity and body temperature in a notably short period of time.
Do the test results prove Miroslaw Magola is able to control his body’s vital functions through just the use of his mind? The evidence is compelling that this man may truly possess psychokinetic powers. At the very least, Magola’s story demonstrate’s our society’s need to better understand the mysteriously deep connection between the human mind and body.