Scientists & Researchers

German psychologist and parapsychologist, whose research interests include biographical, cultural and historical aspects of spiritism, occultism and psychical research in Germany.  

Director of research and co-founder of the Windbridge Research Center in Arizona, which researches survival of consciousness and the therapeutic benefits of consulting mediums.

John Beloff (1920-2006) was a British psychologist, philosopher and parapsychologist, the author of numerous scholarly books and articles on the philosophy of mind and psi-related topics. 

Influential French philosopher( 1859–1941) who was strongly interested in psi phenomena, from which he developed a ‘filter’ theory of consciousness. 

Dutch psychologist and parapsychologist, with a  background in molecular physics. His experimental psi research has included work on ESP and presentiment effects. He has also experimented on the role of consciousness in quantum collapse.

British psychologist, consciousness researcher and psi sceptic, who has frequently appeared in the media promoting a non-paranormal view of out-of-body and near-death experiences.

Psi researcher based in Arizona, co-founder of the Windbridge Institute and Windbridge Research Center.

Italian psychologist and psychical researcher (1862-1943), author of number of books analysing psi phenomena. 

American parapsychologist and author (1942-2012), pioneer of the experimental study of distant mental influence on living systems (DMILS).

American parapsychologist who has specialized in cognitive aspects of ESP and its evolutionary development. His 1991 book Parapsychology: The Controversial Science is a classic introduction to the subject.