2.0 The structure of the psyche according to C. G. Jung In order to understand the processes of precognition we must adopt a model of the structure of the psyche first. The psyche of human beings – ergo their consciousness – consists, according to the imaginations of C. G. Jung, of the EGO, the self-consciousness, the personal unconscious and the collective unconscious. We can assume that all the consciousness’ of all people are included in the collective consciousness. The oneness of all human beings – something that we find difficult to understand – is somehow collected there. But this can be understood via the quantum theory because it stipulates the unity of all systems. We must somehow introduce the separation into two worlds into this model. We can assume that the EGO and the self-consciousness connote the awake-consciousness within the biological reality, whilst the other parts of the psyche always remain within the timeless energy-consciousness-reality. • We human beings are therefore always present on both worlds. This assumption is very important for the following explanation. 3.0 Model to explain the phenomenon of precognition The basis for the model, as has already been specified, is the assumption that: Everything that exists is consciousness. We are also familiar with: Physical consciousness and human consciousness. We are furthermore familiar with states of consciousness within the biological reality (denominated I) and the timeless energy-conscious-reality (EC) (denominated II).