Psychic Medium Kristy Robinett returns to the parlor to share experiences and stories from her new book, Journey to the Afterlife: Comforting Messages & Lessons from Loved Ones in Spirit. We talk about Heaven, Hell, and everything in between!
Uri Geller, one of the world’s most investigated and celebrated mystifiers, in his first interview since the release of secret CIA “Stargate Project” documents which detail and report on the experiments involving his supernatural abilities. Plus being a spy, and his friendship with Michael Jackson.
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After listening to another great interview by Jim Harold on the Paranormal Podcast, I decided to take a deep breath… and order Randi’s Prize: What sceptics say about the paranormal, why they are wrong and why it matters, by Robert McLuhan.
Here’s the description from Amazon:
James ‘The Amazing’ Randi is a stage magician who says he has a million dollars for anyone who can convince him they have psychic powers. No one has even come close to winning, proof, say sceptical scientists, that there is no such thing as ‘the paranormal’. But are they right? In this illuminating and often provocative analysis, Robert McLuhan examines the influence of Randi and other debunking sceptics in shaping scientific opinion about such things as telepathy, psychics, ghosts and near-death experiences. He points out that scientific researchers who investigate these things at first hand overwhelmingly consider them to be genuinely anomalous. But this has shocking implications, for science, for society and for even perhaps for ourselves as individuals. Hence the sceptics’ insistence that they should rather be attributed to fraud, imagination and wishful thinking. However, this extraordinary and little understood aspect of consciousness has much to tell us about the human situation, McLuhan suggests. And at a time when militants are polarising the debate about religion, its mystical, spiritual element offers an optimistic and enlightened way forward. Randi’s Prize is aimed at anyone interested in spirituality or those curious to know the truth about paranormal claims. It’s an intelligent and readable analysis of scientific research into the paranormal which, uniquely, also closely examines the arguments of well-known sceptics.
I’ve got a couple of books in line ahead of this one, but I’ll keep you posted. Has anyone out there read it?