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A sender and a percipient were separately located in two sense-shielded rooms and extrasensory transfer of information attempted during which the electroencephalogram of the percipient was measured. The sender sent information dur-ing the randomly selected first or second half of a two-minute period, while the percipient attempted to guess both the information sent, and the sending time zone. Over 20 trials, the percipient was unable to guess the correct sending time zones with any statistical significance, but did show a statistically significant difference in the alpha wave ampli-tude in the electroencephalogram between sending and non-sending time zones. This sug-gests the existence of the extrasensory information transfer in the subconscious.