Topic: “paranormal”

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Q&A: Multivariate PK Sensing at the Monroe Institute MC Squared Program | W.J. Ross Dunseath

Introduction: Neuroimaging studies of psi processes such as psychokinesis (PK) are a central interest at the Ray Westphal Neuroimaging Laboratory (RWNL, Division of Perceptual Studies, University of Virginia, USA). Obtaining neurological and physiological correlates of success in psi tasks is desirable for showing psi is meaningfully related to other measurable phenomena rather than just a [...]

Q&A: Is the Altered Calligraphy in Psychographed Texts a Medium’s Disguise or Spirit’s Handwriting?

Messages through psychography, also known as automatic writing, usually have different handwriting in each session. This is the unpublished perception of mediums and relatives participating in psychography seances. One can venture two possible explanations for this finding: (A) conventional materialistic reasoning: the medium produces and sustains a disguised handwriting with each new communication; or (B) [...]

Is the Altered Calligraphy in Psychographed Texts a Medium’s Disguise or the Spirit’s Handwriting?

Messages through psychography, also known as automatic writing, usually have different handwriting in each session. This is the unpublished perception of mediums and relatives participating in psychography seances. One can venture two possible explanations for this finding: (A) conventional materialistic reasoning: the medium produces and sustains a disguised handwriting with each new communication; or (B) [...]

Correlating Mediums’ AccuracywithFive Facets of Mindfulness | Julie Beischel

Introduction: It is possible for anyone to experience contact from the deceased and this phenomenon has been reported across cultures since antiquity. A medium is defined as someone who has this experience regularly, reliably, and on-demand. Twenty Windbridge Certified Research Mediums were previously screened under controlled laboratory conditions for their abilities to report accurate information [...]

A Comparative Analysis of Popular vs Scholarly Psychology Books | Debra Lynne Katz

Many academic psychologists hold negative and stereotypical views about popular psychology books, even though there have been few formal, methodological investigations into these materials to understand their content, construction, purposes, or orientations, or their author’s credentials. (Campbell, 2017). This dissertation explored the subject of the popularization of psychology. It sought to determine whether the current [...]

How Much Light Energy Change Can Cause the Variation of Radin’s Double-Slit Fringe? | Daqing Piao

The existence and mechanism of mind-matter interaction, which is sometimes termed psychophysical effect, is fundamental to our understanding of the physicality and causality of the entirety of phenomena that are amenable to experimental investigation. Recent reports (Radin et al., 2012; 2013) on variations in the fringe visibility of the interference patterns of laser-engaged double-slit experiments, [...]

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