InPresence 213Raising Your Vibrations
February 2, 2021
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Once again, Jeffrey engages himself in a conversation. Here he shares his preparations for a presentation to the Rhine Research Center in Durham, North Carolina, about his ten-year field investigation of Ted Owens. Of particular interest is the fact that, in the mid-1940s, Ted Owens actually worked at the Duke University parapsychology lab as an assistant to J. B. Rhine. Jeffrey shares some intimate details of that relationship and also expands upon how the study of parapsychology helped Owens awaken his own latent psi talents. Perhaps, the same dynamic is at play among viewers of New Thinking Allowed. Jeffrey also explores the nature of “Tweeter and Twitter”, the Space Intelligences with whom Owens believed he accomplished his many uncanny demonstrations.
(Recorded on January 23, 2021)
Published on February 6, 2021
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