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The tree of life no longer grows on the earth, but the "tree of knowledge of good and evil" flourishes everywhere. Nearly seventy-five years ago Ellen G.

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Serpent-like, he [Satan] imperceptibly creeps in to corrupt the work of God. This abnormal, this trance, condition is now accorded fellowship and recognition in conservative professional circles. Books, and even phonograph records, are available for those who wish to be self-taught.

He seeks to mislead man through a false spiritual experience that counterfeits the power of the Holy Spirit. The mysterious and the occult have a strong appeal to the inquiring mind, and it is easy to see why research in the field of parapsychology has become a part of the curriculum in many universities of the world.


Manuals and textbooks are being written for psychical research. Psychic scientists work on the theories that the human mind can bridge time and space, and control matter by thought.

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They believe they are probing extraphysical frontiers of the mind. It is a spiritual entity in its own right. Several dangerous errors lurk in this spiritualistic concept of the human soul. It means that the existence of a Supreme Spirit, or Spirit-behind all-Spirit—in other words, God,—has been verified. Parapsychology now helps us to conceive of a God with Whom we can identify ourselves because of the "spiritual component" which we share with Him. None of it's experiments have been repeated, concepts of psi are nonfalsifiable.

Every single experiment has issues of sensory leakage, cheating or methodological errors.

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Parapsychologists can't even define psi and have even admitted it is impossible to eliminate natural causes in their experiments. Occam's razor is not parapsychology's friend. In the words of some researchers and scientists:.

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  5. Robert Cogan "When an experiment can't be repeated and get the same result, this tends to show that the result was due to some error in experimental procedure, rather than some real causal process. ESP experiments simply have not turned up any repeatable paranormal phenomena. Terence Hines: "It is important to realize that, in one hundred years of parapsychological investigations, there has never been a single adequate demonstration of the reality of any psi phenomenon.

    Jan Dalkvist "Within the scientific community however, the claim that psi anomalies exist or may exist is in general regarded with skepticism. One reason for this difference between the scientist and the non scientist is that the former relies on on his own experiences and anecdotal reports of psi phenomena, whereas the scientist at least officially requires replicable results from well controlled experiments to believe in such phenomena - results which according to the prevailing view among scientists, do not exist" 4.

    Charles M. Wynn, Arthur W. Wiggins "Extrasensory perception and psychokinesis fail to fulfill the requirements of the scientific method. They therefore must remain pseudoscientific concepts until methodological flaws in their study are eliminated, and repeatable data supporting their existence are obtained. Simon Hoggart, Mike Hutchinson "The trouble is that the history of research into psi is littered with failed experiments, ambiguous experiments, and experiments which are claimed as great successes but are quickly rejected by conventional scientists. There has also been some spectacular cheating.

    James Alcock "Parapsychology is indistinguishable from pseudo-science, and its ideas are essentially those of magic. This does not of course mean that psi does not exist, for one cannot demonstrate the non-existence of psi any more than one can prove the non-existence of Santa Claus. But let there be no mistake about the empirical evidence: There is no evidence that would lead the cautious observer to believe that parapsychologists and paraphysicists are on the track of a real phenomenon, a real energy or power that has so far escaped the attention of those people engaged in "normal" science.

    Massimo Pigliucci, Maarten Boudry "Many observers refer to the field as a "pseudoscience". When mainstream scientists say that the field of parapsychology is not scientific, they mean that no satisfying naturalistic cause-and-effect explanation for these supposed effects has yet been proposed and that the field's experiments cannot be consistently replicated. Telepathic group communication of emotions as a function of belief in telepathy. Joseph Henry Press.


    Parapsychology-Science Or Magic? Pergamon Press. Philosophy of Pseudoscience: Reconsidering the Demarcation Problem. University Of Chicago Press. Anyone who considers wikipedia to be such an excellent source of knowledge that that they "don't need to see anything else" to quote Leo is seriously misinformed about wikipedia. Here are some comments that were made by readers in response to an article in MIT Technology Review:. Wikipedia is a product of the true believers who have the time and patience to see to it the site reflects their version of events.

    Wikipedia is Orwell's Animal Farm in real life. Wikipedia started as an optimistic, open and free entity. With time some animals became more equal than others and it spiraled into a hierarchical and dictatorial dystopia, just as Orwell would have predicted. If there were a movie of Wikipedia editing, it would look something like "The Road Warrior". Since no one was in charge, roving gangs formed to impose their edits and bully anyone who got in their way. I joined Wikipedia as an editor on a controversial topic in late September: the biography of biologist Rupert Sheldrake in an attempt to get the article to a neutral point of view.

    I encountered a group of ideologues intent on smearing his name who "owned" the article.


    There were several very knowledgeable people attempting to get his article in order. One got accused of sockpuppetry almost immediately, got disgusted and left. There was a failed attempt to ban me and a successful attempt to ban someone else. Just before he was about to lodge a complaint. I've faced intimidation tactics a couple of times for speaking out against this outrageous activity.

    Those who are still trying to correct the article are still facing intimidation. The ideologues are organized into a well oiled machine and know just how to game the bureaucracy. There is no hope of getting around them or getting Wikipedia to recognize this as a problem because they are embedded with friendly administrators working on their side. They use "consensus" to gang up on other editors and push their point of view into the articles.

    They control hundreds of articles this way. Going up against them is massively inefficient and a complete waste of a normal human's time. The simple solution for Wikipedia would be to allow limited space for both sides of a controversial issue. I wonder if that is possible. The article on this topic is so blatantly biased it is unlikely to persuade intelligent, impartial minds. I think the authors would have been smarter to at least fake a little objectivity.

    Excellent critique. I could imagine all sorts of folks trying to get 'scholars' together to complain of the same thing. The Flat Earth taboo also needs to be lifted someday too! I really appreciate your feedback. As you may have noticed from preceding comments, some of the response I have received has been quite hostile. I have noticed from reading some of the stuff put out by certain parapsychologists although to be fair, not all that there is an attribution of sinister motives to those who criticise their field, or even just don't take them seriously.

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    8. This puts me in mind of conspiracy theorists who go on about cover-ups, and the "secrets they don't want you to know". I like your comparison to an "astrology taboo" or a "flat earth taboo", I suspect there are people who seriously claims that these are real taboos too! Just last night I was reading a blog post by someone who accuses mainstream scientists of "ignorant ridicule" who then goes on to talk about the reality of magic and of parapsychology as a way as a way to scientifically investigate the same!

      As a result, Doctor Vasilev was convinced that his experiments, and those he conducted jointly with the Moscow-based Bekhterev Brain Institute , offered scientific proof of telepathic communications. His next goal was to identify the nature of brain energy that produces it The so-called Father of Soviet Rocketry , K. Tsiolkovsky , stated that:. While the space rocket must bring men toward knowledge of the grand secrets in the universe, the study of psychic phenomena can lead us toward knowledge of the mysteries of the human mind.

      It is precisely the solution of this secret which promises the greatest achievements. There are reports that the Soviets are training their cosmonauts in telepathy to back up their electronic equipment while in outer space. One of these back-up schemes is known to involve coded telepathic messages. This method was previously demonstrated in March , when a coded telepathic message was flashed from Moscow to Leningrad. The involvement of astronauts or cosmonauts in telepathy experiments is not necessarily unprecedented.

      In February , during the Apollo 14 flight to the moon , astronaut Edgar Mitchell made separate attempts to project his thoughts from inside the space capsule back to an individual on earth. In , the Soviet Maritime News reported,. Some informal reports indicate that the Soviets are working on psi systems for space use, involving not just telepathy, but precognition. There are numerous reports on Soviet applications of clairvoyance, hypnotism, dowsing etc. In the case of dowsing, this is also not unprecedented, since US forces have employed dowsing in Vietnam for locating enemy tunnels and caches.

      In , a Kremlin edict apparently gave top priority to biological research, which in Russia includes parapsychology. The major impetus behind the Soviet drive to harness the possible capabilities of telepathic communication , telekinetics , and bionics is said to come from the Soviet military and the KGB.

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      Today [] it is reported that the USSR has twenty or more centers for the study of parapsychological phenomena , with an annual budget estimated in at over 12 million roubles 13 million dollars and reported to be as high as 21 million dollars. In the early s, Yuri Andropov, head of the KGB from to and President of the USSR from to , issued the command to implement a psychotronic-warfare programme in order to develop a new form of strategic weapons system to augment nuclear weapons.

      According to Soviet journalist, writing in Young Guard magazine, in , Emil Bachurin, former KGB Major General Oleg Kalugin, head of foreign counterintelligence for the Soviet Union in the s, told him that Yuri Andropov had been especially upset about several psi-weapons centres he maintained were located in Canada. Building on these horrible experiments had sped Soviet success in developing psi weapons, they told him.



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