Originally this telekinesis power was thought to be the movement of objects caused by ghost, spirits, angels, demons, or other supernatural things. Later, when speculation of telekinesis increased, the humans might be the source of this phenomena.
The term "telekinesis" was coined in 1890, but way back in 1875 spirit photography hoaxer Edouard Isidore Buguet fakes a technique that turned out to be telekinesis, in this cabinet card photography titled Fluidic Effect.
How to perform Telekinesis
YES! Sources say that everyone could do telekinesis in a matter of time, here are seven steps to perform telekinesis:
1. Understand how telekinesis can help, and how it is possible
2. Choose the object to be moved
3. Let go of the idea that the object and the manipulator (yourself) are different, because both contains the same energy
4. Recognise and feel the energy that flows through the body
5. Decide whether you wish to pull, push, or spin the object
6. Focus on that energy and direct it towards the object
7. Stop when you feel mentally and physically tired
It may sound all scientific and stuff, but if those 7 steps are legit and in fact worked, I would love to master telekinesis if i'm in the mood to do some unusual experience!
"I have a gift for disaster" says John Mollar (Richar Button) from the movie The Medusa Touch (1971)
There are lots of movies about telekinesis, such as Looper (2012), Bedhead (1991), Carrie (1976) Friday the 13th Part VII: The new blood (1988), I am number four (2011), Chronicle (2011), and so on!
Meanwhile another girl, Chris Hargenson, who has been banned from the prom for her continued aggressive behaviour is not as forgiving. She plans a trick to embarrass Carrie in front of the whole school. What she doesn't realise is that Carrie is ... gifted, and you really don't want to make her angry.
The original 1976 Carrie was followed up by a sequel called "The Rage: Carrie 2", Sue Snell (the one who takes pity on Carrie) is a survivor from the prom accident and she is now a high school counselor, her attentions are drawn to a student named Rachel Lang, who is exhibiting telekinetic abilities similar to Carrie's. She explains to Rachel that telekinesis is a genetic disorder passed down from father to child.
After researching Rachel's past, Sue discovers that Rachel is in fact Carrie's half-sister: her father, Ralph White, left Margaret White for Rachel's mother, Barbara Lang. It's a good scare but not the best decision for a classic sequel.
Classic Hollywood ideas is to remake the original, and boy I must say that nothing beats the original (as always). The first remake was made in 2002, and now a 2013 remake was scheduled to be release in theaters this month, darling Chloe Grace Moretz will portray Carrie White in the 2013 remake. It seems a bit more of a serious movie than the first two, so let's just wait till it hits the theaters. Here's the trailer for the 2013 remake
About two days ago I discovered a video on Youtube that has been booming all over the web where this girl with telekinetic powers appears to freak out in a Coffee Shop in US. But this is actually a publicity stunt for the upcoming remake of the film Carrie! I keep gasping with excitement when I watched this amazing well set and planed prank, make sure you watch all the way till the end! It gets better and better. Using everything from fake walls, to hidden pulleys, to remote control tables, to even spring-loaded shelves full of books, the customers stopping by this innocent looking cafe have no idea they're about to witness a girl with telekinetic powers to lose control after a stranger knocks over a drink. And by 'stranger' i mean 'fellow actor' but the terrified patrons didn't know that.