CEPHAS

Spatial and Temporal Geospatial Pharmacology

Telepathic and Extrasensory perceptions are clinically known to be nonexistent. Yet, beyond the well known Pavlovian canid, are entomological perceptions of the ultraviolet, and reptilian perceptions of the infrared. Homing pigeons present the example of migratory awareness of geomagnetism. A good physicist, electrician or electrical engineer would confirm that electricity flowing through a wire generates an electromagnetic force perpendicular to the direction of the flow of the electricity.

Visible and Invisible

Also invisible invisible to all species of life are radio and radio telemetry frequencies in MHz external to the visible spectrum.

However, if something as simple as a dog whistle is extrasensory to H. sapiens, there are further examples of varying rage of perception in MHz to be found within Animalia.

Non Visual, Non Auditory, Migratory Sensory Perception.

Current (v) flowing through a wire induces an electromagnetic field, at megahertz similar to geomagnetism, oriented perpendicularly to the direction of flow of current within the wire. 700v transmission lines and then local circuit lines, after being stepped down to 500v and then to 250v for for home applications at 240/120v induce atmospheric magnetic anomaly which can be disruptive to migratory pathways when skeins or flocks are proximal to said voltage induced magnetic fields.

Ivan Pavlov’s dog whistle frequency classical conditioning proofs, a honeybee’s additional ultraviolet spectra visual perception capacity, rattlesnake thermodynamic taste/smell type perceptual ability to sense body heat in darkness, and long distance migratory avian species’ non visual perception of geomagnetic fields (including civil or geological induction of anomaly) constitute for humans a form of ESP; yet in truth are definitions of species specific sensory capacities which add credence to our understandings of comparative assessments of cerebral and perceptual abilities relative to specific species, individuals, and perhaps speciation.

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I hesitate to proceed further into fact without recourse to abstraction. Here I only wish to say that the minds of organisms within Kingdom Animalia are of sufficiently varied perceptual and cognitive capacity to justify postulation as to the possibility of there being not only capacities of the cerebellum which are unique and variable for individuals of particular species, yet, also, and within the aforementioned recourse to abstraction, there is most evidently at least a hypothetical possibility of an array of brain damage, cognitive, and perceptual capacities with research to be done in all of Animalia… including homing pigeon coops and falconry. For a moment to expound upon our science fiction here: could there ever be psychiatric conditioning to add GIS capabilities to the human brain similar to what migratory avian species have? Could magnetism similar to such as found surrounding power lines or as might occur with radio frequencies similar to some atmospheric magnetic resonance induction into the magnetosphere possibly power your next science fiction essay? Now to return to reality, however; this author can only surmise in regards to the complexities of pharmacology and cerebral anatomy in health and when brain damaged. Medicine, I believe, needs a few good ornithologists.

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Regarding classical conditioning during psychotropic brain damage; it could be said that psychosis seemingly can be induced into individuals or cultures.

Saint Francis grew up as the son of a wealthy merchant. He was able to buy a horse and join Assisi’s military. Francis was taken prisoner at Collestrada in a war against Perugia and spent two years as a prisoner of war. He was never the same. He made two attempts to reach the Holy Land, one of which was successful. He was often externalized from his community, apparently speaking in tongues and prone to subordinating himself to others. Townspeople in Assisi rejected him and pelted him with vegetables as he babbled in prayer begging. Brethren began to follow him and the early order took up tasks of menial labor and caring for the poor and lepers. Over time, Francis and his monastic order

Saint Francis of Assisi. Patron Saint of Animals.