“The supernatural is the natural not yet understood.” Elbert Hubbard said that and he was right.


William Shakespeare put it another way, “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”


My name is Colette St. Clair and I use mental telepathy to help people who cannot express themselves communicate with their loved ones and caregivers.

Although human telepathy is still juicy material for Hollywood blockbusters, in reality it’s not science-fiction but rather a forgotten human gift.  Mental telepathy is a vastly unexplored and potentially paradigm-shifting tool for scientific research.

Through telepathic communication, I give voice and act as interpreter to people challenged by any developmental, physical or mental health condition that impairs their ability to communicate, including autism, Down syndrome, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, locked-in syndrome, people in a state of catatonia or coma, kids who have yet to learn words, and people nearing the end of life.

“Oh, thank God!  I’ve been trying to find a way to ask for help. Sometimes I scream for help because I don’t know how to speak.”

                                                                              Robert, 4-year-old child with autism

Knowledge Is Power

Mental telepathy is not intuition.  The work that I do is actual telepathic communication which I apply for practical results.  When I work with clients who cannot speak for themselves, it is my job to help identify and address:

  • Physical and mental health states including the efficacy of medications
  • Environmental stressors (sounds, light, temperature, air quality, disturbances, etc.)
  • Therapy and therapy protocols
  • Stress management tools
  • Food sensitivities and desires
  • Emotional needs and desires
  • Whatever supports healthy development (for kids), recovery (for stroke survivors), and wellbeing (for anyone)

To the one who cannot speak, the gift of communication is priceless and often life-changing. Here is how Jane, an 86 year-old stroke victim responded:

“What an angel you are.  A Godsend.… you can’t imagine what it’s like to be trapped in one’s mind and not be able to speak. Sometimes it leads to frustration, or anger, or despair. Utter despair is around me. I’m one of the very lucky ones. At our age it hurts our dignity; but the worst is seeing what it does to our loved ones.”

For you to communicate with your loved one – in an actual conversation through me – removes guesswork and strain, replacing them with enough information for you to better apply your energy and resources. Both of you can then experience improved emotional wellbeing and peace of mind.

Yes, but…

I understand that this is hard to believe, but it is true.

Telepathy, whether it’s human telepathy or telepathy used in animal communication, is a testimony to the untapped potential of the human mind, which is exponentially more powerful than we know.

Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, a Harvard-trained neuroanatomist and author of “My Stroke of Insight”, suffered a stroke at the age of thirty-seven. Through the experience of being cut-off from her normal, left-brain dominant existence, she discovered that, “We have two cognitive minds.” It takes telepathy to access the mind that cannot express itself in linear terms.  In Dr. Taylor’s words, “We are energy-beings connected to one another through the consciousness of our right hemispheres as one human family,” and it is to that consciousness that telepathy connects.

As this website grows, I will offer more detailed information for those whose loved ones could benefit from my work, as well as medical and healthcare professionals interested in better understanding people who are unable to express themselves.

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