I’m pleased to announce that over the next few months, I will be delivering several seminars on parapsychological topics at Room Eleven in Westerville, Ohio. With a maximum class size of 18, participants will be sure to enjoy a personal and intimate setting to discuss these fascinating topics. There will be very little overlapping material and no prerequisites, so the seminars can be taken separately or together. The schedule is as follows:
Parapsychology is a fascinating scientific field served by just a few dozen professionals in universities and laboratories around the world. This seminar will address what is (and what is not) parapsychology, an overview of the field’s major research approaches, where the major centers are, what the field has contributed to our understanding of consciousness so far, and where further research developments may lead us. (Register)
In recent years, a number of studies presenting evidence for precognition and presentiment have appeared in mainstream scientific journals such as the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and Frontiers of Human Neuroscience. This seminar will present how these studies were conducted, how they have been received by the general scientific community, and a theory of how psi may operate in our everyday lives. (Register)
Popular television shows on the paranormal have erroneously linked ghosting hunting techniques with the work of parapsychologists. However, despite the typical parapsychologist’s preference for the laboratory setting, a small body of studies have appeared in peer-reviewed scientific journals presenting systematic research into the phenomena of hauntings and poltergeists. This seminar will look at what the field of parapsychology has learned about apparitional experiences, the psychodynamics of apparent poltergeist phenomena, and what kinds of links may exist between these experiences and the earth’s magnetic fields. (Register)
Registration is $25 per seminar. Due to the limited class size, pre-registration and pre-payment is required. If you have any questions, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.