Dr. Diane Hennacy shares insight from her leading-edge research into telepathy. She has been working with autistic savants and has discovered that some of them have provable telepathic abilities … her results are, if confirmed, paradigm-changing in their implications.
Diane Hennacy Powell, M.D. is a Johns Hopkins-trained neuropsychiatrist and neuroscientist, former Harvard faculty member, and an award-winning author and clinician. She has worked internationally, and currently has a private practice in Oregon. She began studying autism in 1987, when she spent six months with Sir Michael Rutter at the Institute for Psychiatry in London. She is also an expert on PTSD, and co-created psychiatry programs for Survivors of Torture, International, and the McCandless Women’s Center in San Diego. She served as a member of a think tank on human consciousness at the Salk Institute, Director of Research for the John E. Mack Institute, and as a co-founding scientist of the Academy for Advances in Post-Materialist Sciences. Her current research focuses on investigating parental reports of telepathy and precognition in autistic children.