iESP inner electromagnetic sensory perception

What is iESP®?

iESP® is an acronym for Inner Information Electronic Sensory Perception, an advance in man-machine communication which recognizes that both humans and computers produce, and are sensitive or receptive to, energy fields not discernible with the 5 human senses of sight, sound, smell, taste or touch.

The nature of the human energy which iESP® responds to is entirely subjective in nature. It is the inner world, a world of consciousness and awareness which is subtly immune to investigation using the scientific method. It is a world of feelings, hunches, premonitions - there are many terms for it. It is not an objective place where experiments can be reliably reproduced with exacting precision and unambiguous quantification of observations.

iESP® works with energies which are familiar to every human being - feelings. For example: you know there are times when you have sensed another person is happy, angry, sad - even though they may not be exhibiting any external signs or body language. You may have had inexplicable but accurate “hunches” , premonitions, visions or similar - I regard these as hESP (Human Extra Sensory Perception) at work.

Computer hardware has developed electronic sensitivity to a level - in terms of clock-speed or frequency and density - to allow them to tune in to human energy fields.

iESP® is a software technology which makes it possible to program a computer to make sense of human emanations or decode them into data which can be assessed digitally to provide insight into a person's subjective world.

This data is very different to numbers you might be familiar with - scores on personality tests, Myers Briggs rankings or other measures of “being a person”.

CyberSayer® is the first application which uses this technology to provide insight about the inner world in terms that people can relate to and appreciate.

How does it work?


Where is it used?

CyberSayer® is the only application using this technology, you can read more about it on

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