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The Mind at Large: Clairvoyance, Psychics, Police and Life after Death: A Polish Perspective   The Mind at Large: Clairvoyance, Psychics, Police and Life after Death: A Polish Perspective
Zofia Weaver and Krzysztof Janoszka

During 1994-95, three men disappeared while on a business trip to Kaliningrad (Koenigsberg) in Russia. After the authorities failed to locate the men,… more
An Inconvenient Convent: An Abbott Peter Mystery   An Inconvenient Convent: An Abbott Peter Mystery
Simon Parke

It is another case for D.I. Shah and Abbot Peter, as they attempt to find the murderer among the saints by the sea. Who could hate her so much – and why? more
The Wisdom of the Gods: Voices of the Dead: Fantasy, Fraud or Fact?   The Wisdom of the Gods: Voices of the Dead: Fantasy, Fraud or Fact?
H. Dennis Bradley with Michael Tymn

Between the world wars, in what is commonly thought to be the heyday of psychical research, H. Dennis Bradley’s séances and experiments with direct voice… more
The Attraction of Peyote: Native American Psychedelic Spiritualities   The Attraction of Peyote: Native American Psychedelic Spiritualities
Ake Hultkrantz

“Drugs in different forms have served as stimulants for ecstasy in shamanism since archaic times.” "The Attraction of Peyote" is an unrivalled exploration… more
The Cosmic View: The Teachings of a Catholic Mystic   The Cosmic View: The Teachings of a Catholic Mystic
Andrew Glazewski with Paul Kieniewicz

In "The Cosmic View," Andrew Glazewski – much loved priest and mystic, introduces us to a vision of who we essentially are – cosmic beings, beyond space… more
Parapsychology: A Century of Enquiry   Parapsychology: A Century of Enquiry
D. Scott Rogo

Are we more than our physical bodies? Do we survive bodily death? Does precognition, telepathy, distant healing, clairvoyance and ESP exist? How about… more
The Infinite Boundary: Spirit Possession, Madness, and Multiple Personality   The Infinite Boundary: Spirit Possession, Madness, and Multiple Personality
D. Scott Rogo

Do the spirits of the dead influence the living? Could some cases of mental illness be caused by spirit obsession or so-called possession? For years, psychiatrists… more
Call me Lucifer: Dialogues with a Noble Stranger   Call me Lucifer: Dialogues with a Noble Stranger
Eileen J. Garrett

"Call me Lucifer: Dialogues with a Noble Stranger," features Garrett’s writings about her encounters with this Noble Stranger, and reflections on her intellectual… more
Science and Parascience: A History of the Paranormal 1914-1939   Science and Parascience: A History of the Paranormal 1914-1939
Brian Inglis

"Science and Parascience" is a history of psychical research between1914 and 1939. It’s a sequel to "Natural and Supernatural: A History of the Paranormal… more
To Die is Gain: Near-Death Experience and the Art of Dying Before We Die   To Die is Gain: Near-Death Experience and the Art of Dying Before We Die
Johann Christoph Hampe

Simultaneous with Raymond Moody’s landmark book "Life After Life," Johann Christoph Hampe independently “discovered” near-death experiences in the 1970s.… more
 
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When did you ever become less by dying? by Stafford Betty – When Samantha was just shy of her fifth birthday, an age when her delight in every manner of living creature was well underway, she noticed a slug on the sidewalk. This was the same slug she noticed just a few hours earlier, slowly crawling down the front steps of her home. Only now it was smashed on the sidewalk. "What happened to it?" she asked. "It looks like it got stepped on, Samantha," said her mom. "But why isn't it moving?" Her mom looked at her husband as if handing off the conversation. He said, "Samantha, it's not moving because it died." Read here
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