Eyewitness Accounts of Supernormal Abilities

Sunrise over the mountains.

The ancient Chinese divided one day into 12 Chinese hours, and the human body has 12 meridians, each running for one hour. (Image: Kareni via Pixabay)

There are many examples of people in China who possess supernormal abilities. Here are the eyewitness accounts of a few of them.

Qian Jiaju, a well-known economist and a high-ranking cadre of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), was a former deputy director of the Central Administration for Industry and Commerce. He was persecuted during the Cultural Revolution and attempted suicide by jumping off a cliff.

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He said: “The biggest mistake I made in my life was to join the CCP when I was young.” However, after the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989, Qian Jiaju was disillusioned with the Party and decided to convert to Buddhism.

Qian Jiaju’s recollections of supernormal abilities

I was a materialist and had never believed in ghosts and gods since childhood. I thought that these were just feudal superstitions. But as I got older and experienced a lot, I realized that some things could not be judged by common sense alone.

I was skeptical at first about the supernormal abilities of the human body. But after seeing these phenomena with my own eyes, I became convinced. There are many phenomena in the world that cannot be explained with common sense or with the current scientific models.

Nothing is too strange in this world. Extraordinary and beautiful things do exist objectively and cannot be denied. Here is what I have experienced.

I took a piece of paper, wrote a few words on it, and sealed it in an envelope.
I took a piece of paper, wrote a few words on it, and sealed it in an envelope. (Image: Pablo Caridad via Dreamstime)

The supernormal abilities of Zhang Basosheng

Many people have heard of Zhang Baosheng. He is a young man under 30 years old who could see through obstacles since he was a child. I took a piece of paper, wrote a few words on it, and sealed it in an envelope. When I was writing, Zhang Baosheng was not present.

Zhang not only recognized what I wrote, but he also wrote a note on the envelope: “I wish you a long life and health.” Then, he took a piece of candy and set it on the same envelope, and I held it in my hand. Then Zhang slapped me on the hand. When I opened my palm, the candy had entered the envelope. However, the envelope was still sealed. 

Zhang tore a small piece from the envelope. When we opened the envelope, not only was the candy inside, but the note Zhang wrote on the envelope was on the paper I had sealed. At the same time, a small part of the paper was torn away, just the same size as the part he had torn from the envelope. Even now, I keep this envelope, paper, and candy as souvenirs.

Zhao Qunxue in Guizhou receives supernormal abilities after her bout of madness

I also know a female doctor named Zhao Qunxue. Zhao was originally a village woman in Guizhou. She was illiterate. After suffering a bout of madness, she developed supernormal abilities. Suddenly, she could see through the human body and cure diseases. The effect was terrific.

During the Cultural Revolution, she was imprisoned as a “witch.” While in prison, Zhao treated fellow prisoners and cadres at the labor farm using her supernormal abilities, and the results were remarkable. So news of her miraculous powers soon spread.

Following the end of the notorious “Cultural Revolution,” Zhao was rehabilitated and escorted to Beijing. From being a “re-education prisoner” to a “protected research subject,” many central leaders invited her to treat their illnesses.

While in prison, Zhao treated fellow prisoners and cadres at the labor farm using her supernormal abilities, and the results were remarkable.
While in prison, Zhao treated fellow prisoners and cadres at the labor farm using her supernormal abilities, and the results were remarkable. (Image: Moreno Novello via Dreamstime)

A meeting with Zhao Qunxue

Introduced by a friend in 1987, Zhao Qunxue was invited to my home. There were many guests that night; it was my first time meeting Zhao. As soon as she saw me, she said I was in good health and had no illness, and I had agile hands and feet and walked briskly. 

She saw my new blood growing like new branches from an old tree. Then she looked at someone else. There was a relative of mine who was more than 30 years younger than me.

Zhao not only pointed out that he had many illnesses, but that he also had a scar on his neck. It turns out that my relative is an electrician. He fell from a telephone pole more than 20 years ago, so he has a scar. The scar is healed and covered with hair, but she could see it. 

Later, I introduced her to Huang Miaozi and Wu Zuguang. What she said about their illnesses was true. Another fantastic thing about Zhao is that she can diagnose remotely. If you take a relative’s photo or say the name, she can tell the person’s physical condition, which is accurate. 

Fantastic vision and powerful healing without medication

Many people say that she is a “supernatural being.” Zhao does not prescribe any medicine for treatment. Besides massage, she usually defines tea. It is said that the tea leaves she blesses and rubs can cure diseases. Sometimes she uses steamed buns.

After she gives the blessing, the buns can cure diseases. But steamed buns cannot be kept for long, so tea leaves are generally used. Moreover, the tea leaves she rubs for a particular person cannot be used for others. Otherwise, they will be useless.

The scientific research institutions in Beijing have done tests, and all the traditional Chinese medicines that have been squeezed or rubbed in Zhao’s hands are different from those that have never been squeezed.

The phenomenon of supernormal abilities is a new type of science, which has not yet been explained by modern science, so it is covered with a layer of mystery. But it’s a fact that some people have special supernormal abilities.

We cannot deny this objective existence simply because modern science cannot explain it.

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