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24th May '18 7:20:32 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': When [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] applies TouchTelepathy on Valkyrie, he experiences her recollection of the Valkyries' confrontation with Hela as if he were there.
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** ''Film/{{Thor}}'': In TheStinger, [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] is able to perceive everything that Dr. Erik Selvig does through some sort of PsychicLink.
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''Film/ThorRagnarok'': When [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] Loki applies TouchTelepathy on Valkyrie, he experiences her recollection of the Valkyries' confrontation with Hela as if he were there.
* ''Film/XMenFilmSeries'':''Film/XMenFilmSeries''
14th May '18 11:41:21 AM darkemyst
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* The villain Sac from ''ComicBook/RedRobin'' has the ability to look through the eyes of anyone unfortunate enough to currently be serving as a host for his spiders.
17th Mar '18 11:32:39 AM Seanette
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* Abra and Dan use this in ''Literature/DoctorSleep'', particularly when hunting for the baseball glove.
17th Mar '18 9:26:27 AM siberia82
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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': When [[Characters/MCULoki Loki]] applies TouchTelepathy on Valkyrie, he experiences her recollection of the Valkyries' confrontation with Hela as if he were there.



** ''Film/XMen1'': Professor X uses his psychic ability to experience Senator Kelly's memory of being exposed to Magneto's machine.

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** ''Film/XMen1'': [[Characters/XMenFilmSeriesProfessorCharlesXavier Professor X X]] uses his psychic ability to experience Senator Kelly's memory of being exposed to Magneto's machine.
16th Feb '18 4:23:28 PM AgProv
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqx18CHDxbI [A hit single from The Adverts]] was denounced at the time for its sheer bad taste and subject matter. This dealt with American serial murderer Gary Gilmour, who asked for any useful parts of his body which were serviceable after execution to be harvested and used to help others so that his death had some useful purpose. In the event, only parts of his eyes were taken for transplant into somebody else. The Adverts asked exactly how the recipient of Gilmour's corneas might feel, knowing who they'd come from and in what circumstances. And would anything of the donor carry over to the recipient...

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* [https://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqx18CHDxbI [A A hit single from The Adverts]] was denounced at the time for its sheer bad taste and subject matter. This dealt with American serial murderer Gary Gilmour, who asked for any useful parts of his body which were serviceable after execution to be harvested and used to help others so that his death had some useful purpose. In the event, only parts of his eyes were taken for transplant into somebody else. The Adverts asked exactly how the recipient of Gilmour's corneas might feel, knowing who they'd come from and in what circumstances. And would anything of the donor carry over to the recipient...
16th Feb '18 4:22:34 PM AgProv
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** There is also the work ''Nothing like A New Pair of Eyes, Is There'', inspired by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqx18CHDxbI the Adverts single about Gary Gilmour]], quoted in Music below. In this tale, a student Assassin blinded in the course of Education receives new eyes via the Igors. She is not told they were cloned from corneal cells donated by one of her teachers. She then becomes psychically linked with Madame Deux-Epées, and both get to see through each other's eyes... Catherine discovers many aspects of her teacher filter back into her unformed fifteen-year-old psyche over several months.


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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqx18CHDxbI [A hit single from The Adverts]] was denounced at the time for its sheer bad taste and subject matter. This dealt with American serial murderer Gary Gilmour, who asked for any useful parts of his body which were serviceable after execution to be harvested and used to help others so that his death had some useful purpose. In the event, only parts of his eyes were taken for transplant into somebody else. The Adverts asked exactly how the recipient of Gilmour's corneas might feel, knowing who they'd come from and in what circumstances. And would anything of the donor carry over to the recipient...
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15th Feb '18 9:25:59 PM Scistorm
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* An episode of ''Series/AgentsOfShield'' features this in a rather horrifying way. An abducted SHIELD agent had an eye surgically implanted with a camera and x-ray vision. The camera allowed for her abductors to constantly monitor her at all times, no matter where she went. She was given instructions by her handler via a HUD within the eye, but if she ever stepped out of line, a miniature explosive would instantly kill her. The team, after figuring out what's going on and capturing her, uses a specialized pair of glasses to intercept the monitoring transmission and not let the handler realize what had happened. Ward had to use the glasses to continue her current mission and keep up the charade until the explosive was defused.
3rd Nov '17 1:22:16 PM thatother1dude
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Raven does this to Robin to confirm whether or not he's just hallucinating fighting against Slade, and it affects her in the short moment she did. [[spoiler: though he really is hallucinating, YourMindMakesItReal so it really affects him and whoever is linked to him, just to hammer the point.]]

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Raven does this to Robin enters Robin's mind and sees through his syes to confirm whether or not he's just hallucinating fighting against Slade, and it affects her in the short moment she did. [[spoiler: though [[spoiler:Though he really is hallucinating, YourMindMakesItReal so it really affects him and whoever is linked to him, just to hammer the point.]]
27th Oct '17 7:25:29 AM Astaroth
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* Ashley in ''VideoGame/VagrantStory'' develops this form of clairvoyance as a result of being exposed to [[TheDarkSide The Dark]] during his time in Lea Monde, and can occasionally use it to spy on the Crimson Guard through one of their commanders, Samantha. On one occasion, Samantha's partner Guildenstern realises Ashley is doing this and gives Ashley a PokeInTheThirdEye.

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* Ashley in ''VideoGame/VagrantStory'' develops this form of clairvoyance as a result of being exposed to [[TheDarkSide The Dark]] during his time in Lea Monde, and can occasionally use it to spy on the Mullenkamp cultists through their hostage Merlose, and on the Crimson Guard Blades through one of their commanders, Samantha. On one occasion, Samantha's partner Guildenstern realises Ashley is doing this and gives Ashley a PokeInTheThirdEye.
28th Jul '17 5:01:42 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In Creator/AAPessimal's ''{{Discworld}}'' fic ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/30/Gap-Year-Adventures Gap Year Adventures]]'', young Assassin Horst Lensen blunders from one catastrophe to another. He is subjected to [[Film/AManCalledHorse corrective and instructive torture]] by a tribe not unlike Sioux Indians. Near to death in the Sun Dance, he realises the thing about seeing your life pass before your eyes is at least half-right. He gets to see his own life, in all its hideous embarrassing detail to date, played out ''through the eyes of other people'' who witnessed him screwing up and making an idiot of himself. He sees himself as others saw him. And gets their unvarnished scathing opinions about him. But this is accompanied by a reassuring voice telling him it doesn't ''have'' to carry on this way. He survives, and takes the message to heart.

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* In Creator/AAPessimal's ''{{Discworld}}'' ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' fic ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/30/Gap-Year-Adventures Gap Year Adventures]]'', young Assassin Horst Lensen blunders from one catastrophe to another. He is subjected to [[Film/AManCalledHorse corrective and instructive torture]] by a tribe not unlike Sioux Indians. Near to death in the Sun Dance, he realises the thing about seeing your life pass before your eyes is at least half-right. He gets to see his own life, in all its hideous embarrassing detail to date, played out ''through the eyes of other people'' who witnessed him screwing up and making an idiot of himself. He sees himself as others saw him. And gets their unvarnished scathing opinions about him. But this is accompanied by a reassuring voice telling him it doesn't ''have'' to carry on this way. He survives, and takes the message to heart.
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