InPresence 174Phantasms, Tulpas, and Egregores

Books Mentioned In This Interview

edmund gurney phantasms of the living iris m owen conjuring up philip: an adventure in psychokinesis alexandra david-neel magic and mystery in tibet rosemary dinnage annie besant annie besant c w leadbeater thought-forms alexandra maryanski émile durkheim and the birth of the gods jason reza jorjani prometheus and atlas iris owen conjuring up philip: an adventure in psychokinesis annie besant leadbeater thought-forms

New Thinking Allowed host Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, suggests that social and behavioral scientists could learn a great deal by studying the findings of parapsychology and psychical research. He highlights the classical book, Phantasms of the Living; as well as the “Philip the Ghost” experiment by the Toronto Society for Psychical Research. He suggests that these findings are related to the esoteric concepts of thoughtforms, tulpas, and egregores.

(Recorded on July 15, 2020)


Published on July 15, 2020


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