Mind-Reach: Scientists Look at Psychic Abilities (Google eBook)

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Hampton Roads Publishing, Feb 1, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 258 pages
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Originally published by Delacorte, Mind-Reach is the book that led to the U. S. Army’s psychic spy program and the subsequent prominence of remote viewing. The protocols that physicists Targ and Puthoff developed at the Stanford Research Institute are still in use today and have proven again and again in laboratory settings that psychic ability is universal. Targ is the author of three recent books with New World Library: Limitless Mind, The Heart of the Mind, and Miracles of Mind. Mind-Reach is the eleventh title in Hampton Roads’ Studies in Consciousness series.

  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION by Margaret Mead
HEN PARAN RMAL BE OMES N RMAL
WHAT IS AN EXPERIMENT?
PARAPSY HOL Y IN E ERYDAY LIFE
LOOKING F R GIFTED B E
ABOUT TIME
IN ONE BRAIN AND T THE THER
IS CHAOS NEI IESSARY?
THE LOYAL OPPOSITION
CHAPTERSTHE PEA EF LU E FP Y
NOTES
INDEX
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Russell Targ is currently aretireda and enjoys motorcycling in the Silcon Valley (even though he is legally blind) and studying Dzogchen Buddhism.

Harold Puthoff is a physicist and the Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies, a private scientific think-tank in Austin, Texas.

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