dreghouserat wrote: …This is a bit long so TLDR: I experienced pain, met a guy who “worked” on me for about 4-5 hours to “balance” my body. Was extremely tired afterwards and the following days felt extremely sore in parts of my body… …Anyone have any thoughts? I’m not sure exactly what to think of it all. I know he has helped my pain a lot and I know I trust him. I have a good connection to my instincts, I know that he means well with what he does, but I also know that he is no expert and Read More
No spooks or paranormal military organizations associate with Rainsong. She is not a military-trained psychic “technician.” She is not, nor has she ever been, a lab rat. She is not even a good telepath because she was unable to discern who was behind many different screen names. She is a secretary. More specifically, she is an administrative secretary for a university and a copywriter. I am not quite sure why she lies, considering that she is associated with academic research in holistic medicine, and she played an integral role in book research and book editing for the head professor for Read More
I have been avoiding making a post like this because I am still friends with one of the co-owners of PSC (Psionic Social Club) and I just don’t like the idea of something like this being on here. But because of the constant defamation, slander, and lying about me by the admins of that community, I have decided to create this post to address it. Read More
People frequently ask about the nature of magic, subtle energy, or psychic phenomena within occult and paranormal groups. Many paranormal communities, cultures, and pedagogies attempt to answer that question from the pragmatics and cultural frameworks of their respective paradigms. How different places and authors decide to answer these questions tends to be derived from a cultural perspective so that the answer is predicated by how cultures and communities do things. In many communities, a belief that cultural traditions predicate magic is so prevalent that many people in magical and occult communities expect people to practice some form of magic derived Read More
Dunabu wrote: The nature and ramifications of the “aether” by which telepathy is possible. Long story short, I’ve finally tapped into this thing, but I understand very little of its nature. What is it? All energy? Does this prove consciousness is a non-local phenomena? Is death even really real?… …By the way, anyone have any legit books or resources about telepathy/psionics? I must learn more theory and know everything!… I wrote: Dunabu wrote: …by which telepathy is possible… Does this prove consciousness is a non-local phenomena? Is death even really real?… I am a telepath and I work in Biotechnology. Read More
How does your pet “know” when you are coming home? How do pigeons “home”? Can people really feel a “phantom” amputated arm? These questions and more form the basis of Sheldrake’s look at the world of contemporary science as he puts some of the most cherished assumptions of established science to the test. What Sheldrake discovers is that certain scientific beliefs are so widely taken for granted that they are no longer regarded as theories but are seen as scientific common sense. In the true spirit of science, Sheldrake examines seven of these beliefs.
This work was the first sustained philosophical study of psychic phenomena to follow C.D. Broad’s LECTURES ON PSYCHICAL RESEARCH, written nearly twenty years earlier. The author clearly defines the categories of psychic phenomena, surveys the most compelling experimental data, and traces their implications for the philosophy of science and the philosophy of mind. He considers carefully the abstract presuppositions underlying leading theories of psychic phenomena, and he offers bold criticisms of both mechanistic analyses of communication and psychophysical identity theories.
Psi Open Data is an open repository for parapsychological and psychical research data, launched recently by the Society for Psychical Research.