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Psychic Academy follows the life of Ai Shiomi in modern-day Japan. He has psychic powers, also known as "aura power." This ability has emerged in the world, but not all people have it. Aura power allows certain elements such as fire, water, ice, lightning, earth, wind, and light to be used by those with this ability. The type of power they can use depends on their aura and what they are taught.




Psychic Academy


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Psychic Academy follows the life of Ai Shiomi, a boy with psychic powers, also known as "aura power" in modern day Japan. This ability has emerged in the world, but not all people have it. Aura power itself allows certain elements such as fire, water, ice, wind, lightning, earth, and light to be used by those who have the ability. Which type of power they can use depends on their aura and what they are taught.


Zero Voiced by: Hiroshi KamiyaAura: SteelZerodaimu Kyupura Pa Azaraku Vairu Rua Darogu is a famous psychic known as the "Vanquisher of the Dark Overlord". Zero's real name is Yuu Shiomi. He is the older brother of Ai Shiomi. Zero is also an instructor for Psychic Academy, though he seems to spend more time acting as protector for his little brother than he does teaching classes. He seems to have a habit of being hit by the girls. His biggest downfall would be when he starts telling and showing people Ai's deepest darkest secrets on top of all that he has an appalling taste in neck ties. His Aura specialty is Steel. At the end of the story, together with Shiomi, he travels around the world to awaken the children of the Aura.


A friend of Orina's who has practiced in a particular psychic ability called "Aura Fortune", which allows Cal to estimate another Aura User's potential, and even test the compatibility of one's own aura with another's. Of course, she freely admits that Aura Fortune determines the aura compatibility of two people, not their personal compatibility - there are numerous people in the school in stable relationships with people who have incompatible auras.


  • A famous psychic known as the "Vanquisher of the Dark Overlord" and is widely regarded as being the worlds most powerful aura user... He is also the older brother of Ai Shiomi. Zero is also an instructor for Psychic Academy, though he seems to spend more time acting as protector for his little brother than he does teaching classes. he seems to have a habit of being hit by the girls. His biggest downfall would be when he starts telling and showing people Ai's deepest darkest secrets on top of all that he has an appalling taste in neck ties. His Aura specialty is Steel. Berserk Button: Do not get between Zerodyne and his brother.

  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Acts like a fun-loving goofball, especially around his younger brother, but he is an excellent aura fighter.

  • Extra-ore-dinary: His aura powers allow him to control metal.

  • Happily Adopted: Was adopted alongside Ai by the Shiomi couple.

  • Healing Factor: Encased himself into an iron cocoon to allow himself to heal from battle-sustained injuries.

  • Hopeless Suitor: Keeps trying to get into romantic moments with Chiroro, but she keeps turning him down or ignoring him.

  • In-Series Nickname: Shortens Zerodyne to Zero.

  • Overly Long Name: Lampshades that his aura code is way too long and a mouthful to pronounce, so he tells everyone to just call him Zero.



Shiomi Ai has been enrolled in the Psychic Academy - a high school where users of a mysterious force named "Aura" are trained in how the channel their powers. Unfortunately, Ai's power is practically undetectable, and he's not even sure why he's following in his brother's footsteps. To make things worse, he's caught in a love triangle between his childhood friend Orina and the tomboyish Myuu. And even worse, he's supposed to defend himself from random psychic battles.What's a guy to do?


This series is noted for being one of the first anime to be released straight to the Internet. However, like the "pioneering" OAV Dallos before it (and a legion of Western web comics in the current age), Psychic Academy Aura Banshou is an unpolished series that tries to succeed by executing a "tried-and-true" formula in a "fresh", "hip" (and network executive-free) format.Let's see how well they're doing. Hmm, we can start with the premise: super-powered psychics going to high school. What a terribly original concept! Pneumatically inflated girls ... loser lead ... and they even tried the whole Harry Potter look with the boy's uniforms. Yeah. Some real creative genius in this series, to be sure.Okay, now we've established that this is a been-there-done-that series of the worst sort, but beyond the obvious rehashes, there are other reasons why this really isn't anything extraordinary.For starters, we've got the seemingly New Standard episode length of ten minutes, which is frustratingly short and gives little time to set a proper story before the end credits run. Blink and you miss it, rather like most rural Arizona towns. It's that inconsequential. Granted, it's not a festering, steaming pile of crap like Rizelmine, for which we should all be grateful.What this series does offer is some rather generic fighting action, an obvious fixation with the female characters' breasts (which would be amusing if it weren't so painfully contrived).There is one bright spot, though: the main character's mentor. Imagine the coach from Rocky, crusty, abrasive, and hard-bitten- then put him into the body of a psychic rabbit named Buu. No, seriously. If anything, that character alone lifts this otherwise stale series out of the Gowcaizer trash heap and into the realm of enjoyable cheese.Another nice thing they're going for in this series is that, while the whole love triangle cliche has been done to death, Ai, Orina, and Myuu are at least on this side of likable, and it's actually nice seeing characters who *aren't* able to use their super powers without so much as breaking a sweat like in too many other series. I severely doubt the writers broke a sweat creating the plot for this series, either.Unfortunately, the actual animation isn't very well done, and the music is either bad enough or unremarkable enough for me to have stricken it from my memory - I'm not quite sure. Now we'll have to wait and see whether this thing actually grows a story, because the later episodes that we've viewed seem to point in the general direction of "we don't want to suck". If you're feeling charitable, you can give them the points for trying. Besides, it's a nice little time-waster of an anime -- not that ten minutes per episode is much time to waste in the first place.In the hopes that perhaps this will get better than the low side of average, here's the benefit of the doubt.


Widely regarded as one of the foremost psychic practitioners and teachers in the UK, Roger Desmond offers a range of experience days and tutorials which are now available to book online by the general public as well as by his private clients. It is even possible to reserve a private reading with Roger although these do tend to fill up rather quickly so please move with haste.


Highly acclaimed for the way he fuses his spirituality and psychic insight with the healing energies of the Natural World, Roger Desmond has built an outstanding reputation and ardent following for his presentations, readings and teachings.


Volume 1 - 1st printing. Story and art by Katsu Aki. Ai Shiomi is pushed into attending the Psychic Academy, a place of learning for psychically gifted students. Not only must he live up to his older brother's heroic reputation as "The Man Who Stopped the Evil Lord," but he must also deal with the fact that his brother is now a teacher at the academy! Softcover, 5-in. x 7-in., 192 pages, B&W. Rated T Cover price $9.99.


Volume 2 - 1st printing. Story and art by Katsu Aki. The school year is coming to a close, and that means one thing: final exams! Ai is pretty confident about the academic part, but as for the psychic tests, let's just say his head is spinning. And to make matters worse, some of the envious students are setting out to make sure Ai's first year at the Psychic Academy is his last. Attendance is definitely required for this next volume of Psychic Academy. Softcover, 5-in. x 7-in., 192 pages, B&W. Rated T Cover price $9.99.


Volume 2 - 2nd or later printings. Story and art by Katsu Aki. The school year is coming to a close, and that means one thing: final exams! Ai is pretty confident about the academic part, but as for the psychic tests, let's just say his head is spinning. And to make matters worse, some of the envious students are setting out to make sure Ai's first year at the Psychic Academy is his last. Attendance is definitely required for this next volume of Psychic Academy. Softcover, 5-in. x 7-in., 192 pages, B&W. Rated T Cover price $9.99.


Volume 5 - 1st printing. Story and art by Katsu Aki. Before they can have some hot fun in the summertime, Ai, Orina and Mew help Zero investigate a mysterious stray aura at seaside camp. Once there, it's apparent that all psychically gifted people experience the same dream--a beautiful sunset overlooking the ocean. Is this some sort of environmental message? Or is someone fooling with Mother Nature? Softcover, 5-in. x 7-in., 192 pages, B&W. Rated T Cover price $9.99.


The multiplicity of psychic phenomena which inhibit the hunger contractions in man led to an attempt to analyze their effect and to determine what influence hypnotic suggestion might have on the movement of the empty stomach and to determine a possible route by which these effects might occur.


Considerable theoretical and empirical knowledge has been developed to explain the process by which firms export their products. The intent of this stream of research has been to better understand the internationalization of the firm in order to provide managers and policymakers with information about stimulation possibilities for this process. One issue that has been explored is the process by which firms determine the countries on which they focus their exporting efforts. While many isolated factors such as management education, foreign travel experience, language training and foreign heritage have been mentioned as possible facilitators for the focus on specific countries, one major theory which has emerged to explain this focus is the concept of "psychic distance." The purpose of this research is to attempt an empirical verification of this theory. 041b061a72


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