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I am personally convinced that the evidence we have published decidedly demonstrates (1) the existence of a spiritual world, (2) survival after death, and (3) of occasional communication from those who have passed over.
– Sir William Barrett, British physicist and author.

New Thinking Allowed Dialogues: Is There Life After Death? by Jeffrey Mishlove
New Thinking Allowed Dialogues
During the past five decades, psychologist and parapsychologist Jeffrey Mishlove has been dialoguing with scientists, academics, experiencers, historians and mystics on his YouTube channel “New Thinking Allowed" on the subject of life’s biggest questions, the mind beyond the brain and the nature of reality. This anthology titled “Is There Life After Death” includes luminaries in the genre such as Eben Alexander, Miranda Alcott, Stafford Betty, Michael Cremo, Alan Hugenot, Leslie Kean, Betty Kovács, Alexander Moreira-Almeida, Vernon Neppe, and a foreword by James Tunney. Read more...
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  An Extraordinary Clairvoyant and an Extraordinary Policeman by Zofia Weaver
Jackowski’s name became more prominent because of a case in the mid-1990s. The case in question took place in 1994-95 and involved three men who disappeared while on a business trip to Kaliningrad (Koenigsberg). Their families asked Jackowski for help and using a photograph of one of the men he sensed that the man was dead, as were his companions; their throats had been cut and they had been decapitated. The clairvoyant could hardly believe what he saw but when he tried again he saw three headless bodies in a forest at a specific location.
  Twin Telepathy: A Daft Question by Guy Lyon Playfair
Early in the evening of 27 November 1975, the writer and television personality Ross McWhirter was shot in the head and chest by two gunmen on the doorstep of his north London home. He was rushed to hospital, but was declared dead on or shortly after arrival, before his identical twin brother Norris could reach his bedside. The murder made the front pages of the following day’s newspapers, for the McWhirters, editors of the Guinness Book of Records, were probably Britain’s best known pair of twins after the notorious criminal Kray brothers (of whom more later). When I heard the news on the radio that night I found myself wondering if there was any truth in the claim that twins could pick up each other's thoughts and feelings at a distance?
  Parapsychology and the ESP Controversy by D. Scott Rogo
What is parapsychology and is it a valid science? These two questions are among the first asked when the topic of ESP is brought up. Parapsychology might simply be defined as the study of psychical phenomena, or more distinctly, “behavioral or personal exchanges with the environment which are extrasensorimotor—not dependent on the senses and muscles.” To be a little less obscure, parapsychology deals with cognition such as telepathy or foreseeing the future that is not based on any of the five senses.
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Is the Loneliness Epidemic Rooted in Nihilism? by Michael Tymn: “Loneliness now a public epidemic, top doctor says.” So reads the headline of an Associated Press article by Amanda Seitz appearing in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser on May 3, 2023. According to Dr. Vivek… Read more
Existentialism 101: Pondering on Life and an Afterlife by Michael Tymn: Unfortunately, this course is not taught in our universities. They offer only Materialism 101, Philistinism 101, & Nihilism 101. If Existentialism 101 were taught, the teachings would center around the… Read more
Even if Religion Didn’t Exist There Would be an Afterlife by Stafford Betty: University of Texas philosopher Paul Woodruff recently wrote in an oped, “My death is close. But I do not think of myself as dying.” This is typical of what comes out of philosophy departments these days:… Read more
Is Fake Mediumship Really Fake News? by Michael Tymn: It is almost routine for researchers and writers to preface their remarks leading to the endorsement of a medium or of mediumship in general by commenting that there were no doubt many tricksters pretending… Read more
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