You'll have to coin a new term, because the only one I know is extrasensory perception, and that's obviously ridiculous.
It happens that extrasensory perception means as much to me as history does to you.
extrasensory perception can't replace sight, any more than sight can replace hearing.
extrasensory perception n.
Abbr. ESP Perception by means other than through the ordinary senses, as in telepathy, clairvoyance, or precognition.
Knowledge or perception without the use of any of the five senses. ESP includes clairvoyance (knowledge about some distant object or event, such as an unreported accident), telepathy (reading another's thoughts or sending one's own to another), and precognition (predicting the future). Although many people claim to have extrasensory powers, these powers have yet to be verified by scientific procedures. (See also parapsychology and psychic research.)