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September 2024 Psi Book Club

Join us for the upcoming meeting of the Psi Book Club on September 10th at 7:30pm as we explore “Real Magic” by Dean Radin. This session is set to be truly exceptional, as Dr. Radin himself will be joining us to answer your questions! 📅 Date: Tuesday, September 10th 🕢...Read More

August 2024 Psi Book Club

Join us for the upcoming meeting of the Psi Book Club on August 13th at 7:30pm (Eastern) as we dive into “DMT Entity Encounters” edited by David Luke & Rory Spowers, with chapters contributed by Ralph Metzner, Chris Bache, Whitley Strieber, Jeffrey Kripal, Angela Voss, Bill Richards,...Read More

Exploring Cognitive Styles: How Psi Researchers and Skeptics Think Alike

A recent study published in Frontiers in Psychology offers intriguing insights into the cognitive styles of psi researchers compared to skeptics and lay believers in the dynamic field of parapsychology. The study compares the thinking styles of academic researchers who study these phenomena, skeptic...Read More

Psi Book Club Meeting July 2024

Join us for the upcoming meeting of the Psi Book Club on July 9th at 7:30pm (Eastern) as we dive into “The Science of Channeling” by Helané Wahbeh ND MCR. This session promises to be extra special, as Dr. Wahbeh herself will be joining us to answer your questions! 📅 Date: Tuesday, July 9...Read More

Invisible Forces: Paranormal Beliefs and Substance Abuse

College students who feel stigmatized about their paranormal beliefs are more likely to abuse substances such as alcohol, marijuana, and amphetamines. When will science finally normalize such beliefs and experiences?

Sámi Hauntings and Resisting Colonization

Haunting stories and the oral tradition around them provide a way for the Sámi people to challenge dominant colonial narratives and maintain their own ancestral and cultural importance. Even though they have been removed, the land remains theirs by way of a continued supernatural presence.

The Rainbow Bridge and the Animal Afterlife

Have you ever wondered what happens to your pets after they die? Do they go to heaven or some other kind of afterlife? These questions, often asked by pet owners who are grieving the loss of their beloved animals, are explored by Andrew Dean of the University of Sunderland.

A Study of Divination Practices Among Traditional Dagbon Communities in Ghana

A study conducted in Ghana provides critical insight into how divination is combined with traditional healthcare services in indigenous communities.

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