Some are born great; others do great things, and others are crushed by them William Shakespeare introduction when one has ventured into parapsicologicas investigations, which have been for years, even before consolidating the parapsychology as science, meets big paragnostas, gifted medium who have left major challenges to scholars of Paranormal phenomena, which in his time were a true starextremely interesting to be studied, such is the case as noted Eusapia Palladino (1854-1918) considered to be the most famous medium and the most researched of late 19th century and early 20th century, during the years 1905, 1906, 1907, in a total of 43 sessions. Basic annotations, background, scope and interest when you participate in the Chilean society of parapsychology in the years of 1966, specifically when I was in that country doing my graduate degrees in business administration and Economics at the University of Chile, I had the wonderful experience of entering me in parapsychology widely, thanks to contributions, which provided me with a great friend and extraordinary professional as it was Dr. Brenio Onetto Bachler, so I learned of Eusapia Palladino. It reminds us of laverdad-this-there-fuera.blogspot.com that Eusapia Palladino was born on January 21, 1854 in the South of Italy. His story was not very cheerful, lost his mother at birth, and when he was only twelve years old, his father was murdered.
Shortly after began with Paranormal phenomena: listening to strange sounds, saw eyes in darkness and worst of all, when I slept and invisible hands removed him the bed blankets. On it also it gives us interesting data Renaud Evrard, telling us, Eusapia Palladino, was a central figure in the Organization and in the evolution of psychical research. Since 1888, the paranormal capacities of Eusapia attracted the attention of the leading figures in the international community of researchers psychic, to merit the title of diva of scientists (Edelman), although on several occasions it was discovered cheating in some of the experiments of the SPR, however, was ended up recognizing that this does not mean that all phenomena were a hoax.