Searching for UFOswithCaroline Cory
May 23, 2022
Caroline Cory is a filmmaker, author, teacher, and healer. Her books include Holy Crocodile: Stories of Saints and the Animals Who Helped Them, The Visible and Invisible Worlds of God, God Among Us: Inside the Mind of Divine Masters, and The Divine Plan: Now and Beyond 2250. Her documentaries include Superhuman: From the Invisible to [...]
Alien ConsciousnesswithPaul Smith
May 20, 2022
Paul H. Smith, PhD, is a founder and past-president of the International Remote Viewing Association. A former Army intelligence officer, he served for seven years as part of the military’s top secret remote viewing program. Later, he earned a doctoral degree in philosophy. He is the author of Reading the Enemy’s Mind and The Essential [...]
The Effect of Unconscious Needs on Micro-Psychokinesis | Marissa-Julia Jakob
December 7, 2021
Marissa-Julia Jakob, Ph.D. student at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Germany presents a quantum-based solution to the hard problem of mind-matter interaction, exploring how one’s unconscious thoughts may affect the outcome of their reality.
The Effect of Context and Supernatural Belief on Cognition | Malcolm Schofield
December 3, 2021
Dr. Malcolm Schofield of the Human Sciences Research Centre at the University of Derby England examines how contextual priming, as well as an individual’s implicit paranormal and religious beliefs, may affect their general cognition. This investigation is based on the theory of “alief” which finds that an individual’s explicit beliefs are not always reflected in [...]
A Transportable Bench to Research Telekinetic Effects on a Spinning Mobile | Eric Dullin
November 6, 2021
Eric Dullin, researcher at the Psychophysics and Cognitive Dissonance Laboratory (LAPDC) in France follows up on his previous telekinesis and psychokinesis (TK/PK) research by designing a spinning mobile device that leaves only thermic and aerodynamic variables present. The new mobile allows for precise analysis of motion, making it an ideal configuration for TK/PK experiments.
A Test of Telepathy Using Immersive Virtual Reality | David Vernon
October 14, 2021
David Vernon, Thomas Sandford, and Eric Moyo, Lecturers of the Canterbury Christ Church University explored how virtual reality may be used to augment and enhance telepathic connections between two emotionally connected individuals.
A Reconsideration of Sheldrake’s Theory of Morphic Resonance | Hitchman & Roe
October 9, 2021
Glenn Hitchman and Chris Roe, Professors of Psychology at the University of Northampton, examine Rupert Sheldrake’s theory of morphic resonance via laboratory-based studies. While empirically testable, there are few formal scientific studies on Morphic Resonance Theory, much of them lacking peer review.
Dimensions of The Exceptional | Wolfgang Fach
October 5, 2021
Wolfgang Fach, researcher at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health, Germany delves into the nature of exceptional experiences (EE) and a proposed basic system of classification. By using fundamental principles from Metzinger’s theory of mental representations, Fach has devised a compact questionnaire for the assessment of EE, known as PAGE-R.
A Transliminal ‘Dis-Ease’ Model of ‘Poltergeist Agents’ | Annalisa Ventola
July 12, 2021
Annalisa Ventola, Executive Director of the Parapsychological Association, presents a transliminal model of ghostly episodes, based on a multi-laboratory meta-analysis relating poltergeist experiences with transliminality.
RSPK 4.0 – When Ghosts Dance out of Line | Walter von Lucadou
July 10, 2021
Walter von Lucadou, head of the Parapsychological Counselling Office at Freiburg (WGFP), presents the new version of the Freiburg RSPK Model, synthesizing six different profiles according to their phenomenology and characteristics.
Thomas Mann And Physical Mediumism | Peter Mulacz
July 1, 2021
Peter Mulacz, president of the Austrian Society for Parapsychology and Frontier Areas of Science, reflects on the social interaction between the novelist and Nobel laureate Thomas Mann, the parapsychologist Albert, Baron Schrenck-Notzing, and the youthful medium Willy Schneider.
The “Prison Spook” in Weinsberg | Michael Nahm
June 11, 2021
Michael Nahm, researcher at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health (IGPP), presents important aspects, findings, and limitations of Justinus Kerner’s research on the Weinsberg’s “Prison Spook”, including the documentation of more than 50 witnesses.
Becoming a Haunting Myth and a “Lost Place”: An Investigation Report | Gerhard Mayer
June 9, 2021
Gerhard Mayer, researcher at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health (IGPP), presents the results of the field investigation of the Castle Hotel, and the impact that a field study can have on the investigated object.
A Further Test of Dream ESP: Comparing Individual Versus Group Judgements | Chris Roe
June 4, 2021
Chris Roe, Professor of Psychology at the University of Northampton, argues that many spontaneous psychic experiences involve altered states of consciousness (ASCs) in one form or another. Even so, studies involving ganzfeld and dream extra-sensory perception (ESP) methods seem to have fallen out of favor, with the number of studies utilizing ASCs dwindling in recent [...]