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The Social Implications of Psychic Research

by Willis W. Harman

Psychic research, both as a formal discipline within the activity of science and as an informal fascination and exploration in the larger culture, is profoundly affecting habitual modes of thinking and perceiving,...


Psi-Conducive States of Awareness

by Charles Honorton

Until recently, little systematic research has been directed toward examining the role of subjective state of awareness factors in psychic func­tioning. In this essay, chapter 27 of Psychic Exploration, recent...


Consciousness and Extraordinary Phenomena

by Robert Masters

Two cases are described in which extraordinary phenomena appear to have been elicited within the context of altered states of consciousness (trance) in a laboratory setting. This essay, chapter 26 of Psychic...


Devices for Monitoring Nonphysical Energies

by William A. Tiller

Significant advances in the psychoenergetics field will be delayed until devices and techniques are developed for monitoring nonphysical energies. One general category of useful devices is that of a conventional...


Psychic Research in the Soviet Union

by Thelma Moss

This essay, chapter 20 of Psychic Exploration, is an anecdotal account of a personal voyage to the Soviet Union (Moscow, Leningrad, Alma-Ata) to investigate Russian research in telepathy, skin vision, psychokinesis,...


The Emergence of Paraphysics: Theoretical Foundations

by Brendan O' Regan

Success in the formal scientific investigation of phenomena has always required that man learn to speak formally about the phenomena under investigation. Psychic phenomena are considered in terms of the unresolved...


Psychic Photography and Thoughtography

by Jule Eisenbud

Since 1861, more than two dozen persons in several countries have claimed to obtain on photographic plates and film a variety of types of images that could only have been produced paranormally. This essay, chapter...


Man-Plant Communcation

by Marcel Vogel

Modern research demonstrates that plants react to human thoughts and feelings. This essay, chapter 12 of Psychic Exploration, gives the first simple steps in showing that thoughts and emotions are energetic...


Anthropology and Psychic Research

by Robert L. Van De Castle

Very little cross-fertilization of ideas, concepts, or techniques has developed between the fields of anthropology and psychic research. This essay, chapter 11 of Psychic Exploration, reviews several firsthand...


Psi and Psychiatry

by Montague Ullman

This essay, chapter 10 of Psychic Exploration, traces the close connection that has always existed between medical psychology and psychic research. The full volume of Psychic Exploration can be purchased as...


Psychokinesis

by Helmut Schmidt

During the last four decades, careful laboratory work has shown that man can, to a certain degree, influence the outside world by pure thought. This process is called psychokinesis (PK). This essay, chapter...


Survival Research: Problems and Possibilities

by William G. Roll

When we ask whether consciousness continues after death, we usually assume that a surviving self will exist in some kind of body and will include the personality familiar from waking experience. Since the consciousness...


Out-of-the-Body Experiences

by Charles T. Tart

This essay, chapter 15 of Psychic Exploration, studies out-of-the-body experiences (OOBE's), formerly called "astral projection" and "traveling clairvoyance," are a universal human phenomenon in the sense of...


Psychic Research and the Healing Process

by Henry K. Puharich

The healing process is usually described within the framework of physics, chemistry, and cellular physiology. Just as the role of the observer is generally ignored in the formulations of science, so the role...


Telepathy

by Stanley Krippner

Telepathy is one manifestation of the collective phenomena that para­psychologists refer to as ESP. It involves information received by a subject (percipient, recipient, or receiver) from an agent (transmitter...


The Psychic Personality

by Gertrude Schmeidler

Descriptions of the lives of some great psychics show that they share no single obvious common factor like sex, intellectual brilliance, asceticism, or spiritual devotion. This raises the problem of whether...


Famous Western Sensitives

by Alan Vaughan

Since the advent of Spiritualism over a century ago in America, certain individuals with unusual psychic abilities have dominated the scene of psychic research. This essay, chapter 2 from Psychic Exploration,...


Clairvoyance

by Rex G. Stanford

Clairvoyance is regarded as having occurred when an organism behaves as though it has extrasensory knowledge of some object or physical event unknown to any other organism. The historical significance of clairvoyance...


A History of Parapsychology

by Martin Ebon

Although the word parapsychology suggests a field of research that exists "beside psychology," its studies are not only related to psychology but to religion, anthropology, physics, and other areas as well....


Apparitions, Hauntings, and Poltergeists

by D. Scott Rogo

Apparitions represent a rich collection of phenomena. They have been seen personifying the forms of the living and of the dead, at the exact time of the agent's death and often a considerable time after. This...