Origin: Anc Greek
τηλε-/tele(= prefix meaning far off, to a distance)
–πάθεια/patheia (suffering) in masculine gender is πάθος/ pathos(=passion, sorrow, strong emotion). à suffix used in modern formations to mean "one suffering from"
Ιn December of 1882, by English psychologist Frederic Myers (1843-1901), along with the word Telasthesia. Myers wrote..."we venture to introduce the words Telasthesia and Telepathy to cover all cases of impression received at a distance."
Communication from one mind to another. through means other than the senses.