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~  Adi Shankara

It's Life And Death, But Not As You Know It!: From the Unbelievable to the Bizarre by Tricia J. Robertson
It's Life and Death
Following on from Things You Can Do When You’re Dead! and More Things You Can Do When You’re Dead! Scottish psychical researcher Tricia Robertson’s latest book delves into psychic phenomena from the unbelievable to the bizarre. In her straightforward and inimitable style Tricia explores topics including Electronic Voice Phenomena, Thoughtography, Psychokinesis, Distant Healing, Xenoglossy, Mediumship and much, much more. Read more...
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  When Skeptics Attack: Skeptical Organizations and Websites by Craig Weiler
If you really want to get to the heart of skepticism, the best way to do that is to look at the organizations that skeptics create and see how they operate. The behavior of these organizations is the behavior of the individuals, writ large. There are two national organizations worth considering: the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF) and the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI).
  Premonitions of Aberfan
At approximately 9:15 a.m. on October 21, 1966, a huge coal tip, rendered unstable by underground water, slid down a mountainside in Wales, United Kingdom on to the little mining village of Aberfan. The avalanche of black slurry killed one hundred and forty four people of which one hundred and twenty eight were schoolchildren. They were mainly from the Pantglas Junior School, which was partially covered by the avalanche, in some places to a depth of forty feet. The children while at their desks or playing were buried under the black slag. Other people were killed when the avalanche destroyed houses in Moy Street burying their unfortunate occupants alive.
  OUR ALIEN, WHO ART IN HEAVEN by Chris Rutkowski
Of the many different cores around which a cult can form, possibly the most curious is the phenomenon of UFOs. Beyond the ostensibly pragmatic issue of whether or not aliens are indeed responsible for UFO sightings, there is a huge volume of discussion in formal and fan literature (and online in social media forums) regarding the interpretation of UFO reports as personal encounters with alien beings―physical and/or ethereal. In fact, such subjective discourse has almost completely supplanted any rigorous attempts to study the subject with anything resembling scientific methodology.
 
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“Varieties of Religious Experience” by Michael Cocks: That is the title of an important book by the American philosopher, William James published in 1907, and which is a psychological study of a great variety of individual experiences of the Divine. Read more
Experts Discuss Ectoplasm and Materialization in Virtual Roundtable by Michael Tymn: Given the recent blogs dealing with the physical mediumship of Stewart Alexander, I thought it appropriate to host a virtual roundtable here on the subjects of ectoplasm and materializations. Virtual events… Read more
An Interview with Journalist Leslie Kean on Stewart Alexander and ‘Surviving Death’ by Michael Tymn: In her 2017 book, "Surviving Death: A Journalist Investigates Evidence of an Afterlife," Leslie Kean presents compelling research on survival of consciousness along with her own unexpected personal experiences… Read more
The NDE of The Man Who Fell Off Mt. Everest by Michael Tymn: A friend recently asked me to identify the most interesting near-death experience (NDE) I have heard or read about. I told him that I couldn’t do that without considerable thought, but one that immediately… Read more
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