Psychology of a Medium: And A Look At The Paranormal And The World Of Mediums

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John Hunt Publishing, Aug 31, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 447 pages
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Psychology of a Medium is a look at the paranormal from two very different perspectives, with a consideration of the sceptics as well as the devotees of the paranormal. It explores the implications and advantages of the paranormal, posing the all-important question: 'Why are the majority of people so fascinated with the subject?' The author looks at the so-called 'Haunted House' phenomenon and the psychological factors behind those with an interest in the subject. Psychology of a Medium contains anecdotal evidence as well as the author’s own experience and considers 'fake' as well as genuine mediums, with an analysis of various styles and techniques.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Parapsychology and Skeptics
8
Things That Go Bump in the Night
18
Mediums Real or Not?
26
Genuine Versus Fake
37
Psychological Phenomena
43
Spiritualism Religion of Yesterday
53
When Is a Medium Not a Medium?
61
The Famous and the Paranormal
73
The Transcendental Experience
82
The Facts about Some Mediums
92
Methods of Communication
98
Stone Tape Phenomenon
107
Mechanics of Mediumship
113
The Psychology of the New Age
119
Can Mediums Really Speak
126

Living With Angels and Demons
67

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About the author (2012)

Billy Roberts has been a professional Stage Medium/Psychic for thirty years and is a published author with 21 books to his credit.

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