My dictionary defines imagination as: 1. A mental faculty forming images or concepts of objects not present to the senses. 2. The ability of the mind to be creative or resourceful.
(Def. Create: to bring into existence)
I'm not sure where I'm going with this! Hmm... I was just thinking that maybe intuitive people actually have less need to watch fantasy films and read fantasy books because they have a greater ability to dream up their fantasies in their own heads. I know the worlds in my head are much more interesting than the ones in movies. Perhaps people who have little imagination need to watch fantasies others have created because they cannot make them themselves and therefore can never escape their own reality. That would be depressing.
Oh dear I think I've been arguing against what I said before. It depends on what you define imagination as. I think everyone can form images or concepts of objects not present to their senses (otherwise only intuitives could dream), but can everyone form the image of something that they have never seen with their own eyes? I don't think so. An extreme eg. is einstein's theory of relativity - that is not everyday imagination at work.