American Society for Psychical Research

American Society for Psychical Research

“For more than a century, it's mission has been to explore extraordinary or as yet unexplained phenomena that have been called psychic or paranormal, and their implications for our understanding of consciousness, the universe and the nature of existence. How is mind related to matter, energy, space and time? In what unexplained ways do we interconnect with the universe and each other? The ASPR addresses these profoundly important and far-reaching questions with scientific research and related educational activities including lectures, conferences and other information services.

The ASPR was founded in 1885 by a distinguished group of scholars and scientists who shared the courage and vision to explore the uncharted realms of human consciousness, among them renowned Harvard psychologist and Professor of Philosophy, William James.”—http://www.aspr.com/who.htm; see William James.

“After psychical researcher Hereward Carrington (1880–1958) called the first volume of volume of The Equinox 'a veritable mine of occult lore, and real knowledge' in an article on “What Is the Best 'Psychical' Literature?” Crowley presented a copy of the new issue to the American Society for Psychical Research.”—Richard Kaczynski, Perdurabo: The Life of Aleister Crowley 1556438990; see Hereward Carrington, The Equinox

  • “THE DORIS CASE OF MULTIPLE PERSONALITY. By WALTER F. PRINCE, Ph.D., and JAMES H. HYSLOP, Ph.D. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vols. IX, X, XI. 1915; 1916; 1917. Three volumes”—THE TANK

 

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