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Mind Over Matter: The Case for Psychokinesis; How the Human Mind Can Manipulate the Physical World

Rogo, D. Scott

 This nontechnical introduction to PK has chapters on psychokinesis; poltergeists; the "golden age of mediumship" (latter nineteenth century and early twentieth), covering D.D. Home, Eusapia Palladino, Rudi Schneider, and Stella C.; modern PK breakthroughs (Nina Kulagina, Alla Vinogradova, Julius Krmessky, Felicia Parise); the Geller effect; PK by committee (the Philip group and other table-tipping groups such as the Goligher circle); PK and healing (emphasizing experiments); and a summary chapter assessing the evidence for PK, which reviews laboratory evidence and offers various theories to account for PK. The book is published in conjunction with ASSAP: The Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena, a British organization. It is part of a series of books on the paranormal under the general editorship of Hilary Evans.
Publisher Information:Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England: Aquarian Press, 1986. 160p. Bibliography: 151-156; 17 illustrations; Index: 157-159
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