Why do you suppose it is that something that never seems happen is so rare? One would think that if telepathy were in the human skill set, even just slightly, that evidence for such things would be a bit more obvious.
Before the experiences you allege, did you have any reason to think that telepathy was real? And if it was real, and you didn't know it, what do you suppose would change your mind on the subject, short of actually experiencing it yourself? And can you see why a bunch of atheists, for whom skepticism is our bestest tool of all, might not get all hot and bothered about claims such as yours?
Second, you're all big on the cosmic consciousness stuff, or whatever term you used to tell us that you think there is some sort of universal center of consciousness or something. Why should we consider that as possible when we spend most of our time rejecting the many claims we hear here and elsewhere. Every month we get a few new people on the site who claim to have some singular and highly accurate take on religion, whether Jesus is include or not. They too reject standard teachings, standard doctrine, standard beliefs. Like all religious and semi-religious people, they don't agree with each other one whit.
So why should we seriously consider your words when they sound like a slight variation in claims we have heard from others, time and time again. What information do you have that nobody else has that should, once and for all, put mankind on the right track?
And if you have nothing but structured thoughts to show for your beliefs, why are you voicing them and making yourself sound a little daft. Especially when you have more useful and admirable points of view on politics, an area you and I appear to agree on in many ways.
And lastly, the atheist church thing. Yes, people tend to group up. However, said groups are hardly the pinnacle of humanity we all might want them to be. Each one has a propensity to think of itself as more important than the rest. Wanting to add one ore special interest group to life is counter productive.