Scientists & Researchers

Australian psychologist and parapsychologist (1955-2010) whose research interests included psi experimentation and theory, the psychology of mystical experience, coincidence and Kundalini.

Nobel prize-winning British physicist (1856-1940) who had a long-standing interest in paranormal phenomena, notably claims by mediums to produce psychokinetic effects.

English social psychologist and parapsychologist (1894-1984), best known for his cipher tests of postmortem survival and for introducing ‘psi’ as a collective term for psychic phenomena.

English Jesuit Roman Catholic priest, scholar and active member in the Society for Psychical Research (1856-1939). Thurston was critical of Spiritualism, but held a more positive view of psi than his clerical peers.

American materials science professor, who in retirement carried out experiments appearing to show that psychic energy can directly influence chemical and biological systems. 

Psychologist and consciousness researcher based at the University of Padova, who has developed new methodologies to investigate presentiment and psychokinetic effects.

Una Troubridge (1897-1963), an English sculptor and translator, carried out mediumship research together with the novelist Radclyffe Hall.

English mathematician, physicist and radio engineer (1879-1952), actively involved in psychical research and noted for his commentary on the topic of apparitions.

American psychiatrist and parapsychologist who in landmark 1960s experiments demonstrated ESP occurring in the dream state.

Leading American statistician who has endorsed statistical findings in parapsychology, notably with regard to research associated with the Star Gate remote viewing program.