Trinidadian psychic of Indian descent who participated in ESP and PK experiments with American researchers from the 1970s.
Describes research by British biologist Rupert Sheldrake that appeared to show a telepathic link between a dog and its owner, and the ensuing controversy.
Former US Army soldier who played a leading role as a remote viewer in the Star Gate psychic spying program run by American military and intelligence organizations until the 1990s.
Traditional Yogic and Buddhist teachings state that a person who attains a higher state of consciousness will manifest psychic powers (siddhis).
A statistical procedure used by parapsychologists that combines the results of studies in a particular area of research in order to provide a more robust finding.
Australian-British classics scholar (1866-1957), significant in the literature of psychical research for his striking success in informal telepathy experiments.
Explores the presence of music in ESP, mediumship and other paranormal contexts, for instance when heard in the absence of any apparent source.
Published in 1894, this book by a leading member of the newly founded Society for Psychical Research is one of the best available overviews of nineteenth century ESP literature.
Surveys the investigative literature on precognition, giving examples of reported cases and describing the views and conclusions of individual researchers.
An unconscious form of precognition that can be demonstrated in controlled conditions using techniques commonly used in psychophysiology. The effect is small but the findings have been widely replicated.