The Psi Encyclopedia is a new collection of articles and case studies about psi research, the scientific investigation of psychic phenomena. It's a work in progress, being created by the Society for Psychical Research in London. Learn more >

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Swiss psychiatrist and founder of Analytical Psychology, whose work influenced contemporary spirituality, arts, and popular media. This article focuses in particular on Jung’s interest in paranormal phenomena.
American game warden and dowser (1895–1979), reknowned for successes in locating water for landowners in his home state Maine and in Bermuda.   
Episcopal minister and parapsychologist (1863-1934) known for his ‘Doris Fischer’ study, a notable early twentieth century American case of dissociative identity disorder. He also wrote extensively about telepathy and mediumship.
Notable early twentieth century American case of dissociative identity disorder, reported in detail by Walter Franklin Prince, a parapsychologist and Episcopal minister who helped cure her.
International project which has found  statistically significant deviations in the output of random event generators suggestive of a mass emotional response to major world events.