Hi, welcome. Here you will find everything you need to know about Aerokinesis including what Aerokinesis is, how to master the ability, where to find books, courses and guides, a list of characters in books or movies who have the ability and more. But lets start off with the basics first.
What is Aerokinesis?
Areokinesis is the ability to control/manipulate air. It’s also known to be called airbending, air control, Anemokinesis, Spirarekinesis, wind control or atmosphere control. One with this kinetic ability might be able to compress, shape, manipulate and control the gases in earth’s atmosphere depending on the amount of training that has been completed. The gases in earth’s atmosphere are mostly made up of oxygen and nitrogen. You’ve probably seen or read something where a character can create tornadoes, hurricanes or just a very strong winds. This is because they have the power of Aerokinesis and can manipulate/control the wind to do what ever the person wishes. Aerokinesis is a magnificent kinetic ability because you can not see air therefore making it an invisible weapon or tool. Click here to read more.
Something You Might Be Interested In:
A book that all about Aerokinesis and written by Theresa M. Kelly. She addresses Aerokinesis and she addresses popular misconceptions such as misidentifying aerokinesis as other forms of psychokinesis, and flow dynamics. She talks about limitations of psychokinetic influence including those related to the gases physical characteristics, indoor verses outdoor influence, effects involving drag and lift, state variables [e.g. volume, temperature, and density], water vapor [e.g. humidity verses dry air, gas dynamics [i.e. motion] verses inertial forces, and wind verses flow and more.
If you enjoyed Theresa’s Manual Of Aerokinesis, you may also be interested in her Manuel Of Hydrokinesis. In this book, Dr.Kelly addresses Hydrokinesis. She also touches on commonly reported symptomatic effects in regard to experients of hydrokinesis including perspiration, thermoregulation, and water retention. In addition, she addresses practical career applications in regard to hydrokinetic phenomena [e.g. scientific, medical, and rescue], and experimental applications including directional influence of a water stream, rotation, vorticity, waves and more.
In this manual, Dr. Kelly addresses Pyrokinesis (the psychical influence of propelling charged particles to high speeds, and of energy flow in regards to heat) She addresses limitations of influence including heat conduction vs. radiation, vaporization vs. melting, flame vs. flameless combustion, and higher vs. lower temperatures, she touches on commonly reported symptomatic effects in regards to experiments of Pyrokinesis including injuries caused by increased heat in the hands and feet, spontaneous heating and combustion of objects and spontaneous self-thermoregulation.
If you’re interested in more books by Dr. Theresa M. Kelly, click here or click on the kinetic books button in the menu bar.