Origin of telepathytele- + -pathy: coined (1882) by F. W. Myers (1843-1901), Eng writer
Telepathy is defined as communication between minds.
When you can read your twin sister's thoughts without her saying a word, this is an example of telepathy.
Parapsychology communication between minds by some means other than the normal sensory channels; transference of thought
The supposed process of communicating through means other than the senses, as by the direct exchange of thoughts.
(usually uncountable, plural telepathies)
From tele- +"Ž -pathy.
- The final type of psychic information received is telepathy.
- They are usually sentient, and can communicate with our heroes, either through verbalization (and thbey are often shown as wisecrackers), or mentally through a draconic telepathy.
- Lackey stretched the limits with her Heralds and Herald-Mages, with mere heralds having one or more talents such as telepathy or firestarting, and the herald-mages also being able to tap into the magical forces within the earth itself.
- The mind skills include far-seeing, fetching (making far-off things appear), far-speaking (broadcast telepathy) and so on.
- In 2008, a paper was published titled Investigating Paranormal Phenomena: Functional Brain Imaging of Telepathy.