Psychic discoveries behind the Iron Curtain

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Prentice-Hall, 1970 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 443 pages
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Well-documented, in-depth books shed new light on the existence and meaning of paranormal and parapsychological eventsIn this radical revision of their 1970 investigation of Russian parapsychological research, the authors present six new chapters of post-Cold War activities. They offer evidence indicating that the Russians have been successful in harnessing psychic energy and show how Russian scientists advised Pentagon officials on controlling the thoughts of David Koresh during the 1993 Waco, Texas standoff.

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Of this list of well completed criteria for a good book, the setting's description was of the highest quality. The authors provided detailed descriptions of where they were at each stage, when these ... Read full review

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Interesting contrast to some of the programs that were going on in the US but I'm going to have to label this fiction. If this technology were real then where is it now? Read full review


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Sheila Ostrander has published over a dozen books and her articles have appeared in a wide variety of newspapers and magazines. Lynn Schroeder is also a widely published author and has written a bestselling book on the United States Supreme Court. both authors have lectured worldwide, contributed material to several movies, and appeared on hundreds of TV and radio programs.

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