Links: Paranormalist Community

An important lesson of the Implicit Cosmology is that each of us is part of a collective of personalities which share the common goal of better understanding the nature of reality. While the Prime Imperative (to experience, understand and return that understanding to Source) is hypothetical, it provides important guidance for mindful living.

One way to focusing experience so that understanding can be gained, and popular wisdom can be avoided, is by keeping up to date with current thought of community leaders. The “Search Paranormalist Community” button will always bring you to this page from which you can search the websites listed below with one process.

If you have a website or know of one that is focused on research, contains well-considered research reports or which includes useful information about things paranormal, please contact ATransC to add the site to this list. Also let us know if one of the listed sites should be given other attributes.


To the website visitor: using the contact tool, please report broken links or unexpected results from visiting one of these websites.

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Websites Included In Community Search

American Society of Standards in Mediumship and Psychical Research

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assmpi.org

From the website: The ASSMPI is a non profit organization that exists to help maintain standards and Investigate all forms of mediumship. We pride ourselves in maintaining professionalism in the field and helping to bring science and spirituality together.

As a professional organization, we aim to accredit organizations, mediums and Investigators who achieve the standards set and are determined to maintain professional integrity in both fields of study and operation.

Association for Skeptical Investigation

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skepticalinvestigations.org

Some people are genuinely open-minded skeptics (small “s”). From the Association for Skeptical Investigation website:

This website is dedicated to countering the dogmatic and frequently ill-informed attacks leveled by self-styled skeptics on parapsychology and pioneering researchers in general.

We take the view that “my mind is made up – don’t confuse me with facts” is not a useful premise from which to conduct a reasoned debate.

As well as investigating skeptics, we look at ways in which scientific objectivity is compromised by vested interests, fraud, experimenter effects and merchants of doubt, who use skepticism as a weapon to further corporate interests.

We also explore current controversies and look at open-minded investigations, which use the scientific method to investigate the unknown.

Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies, Inc. (ASCSI)

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ascsi.org

The mission of the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies, Inc. is to discern, develop and disseminate knowledge of how paranormal phenomena may relate to and enhance the development of the human spirit.

The discussion board is at ascsi2.ning.com

Formally Academy of Spirituality and Paranormal Studies, Inc. (ASPSI)

Association TransCommunication (ATransC)

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atransc.org

The ATransC is a publicly supported organization dedicated to furthering understanding of trans-etheric phenomena including EVP, visual ITC, survival and intentionality.

Wiki

The Collective is an effort to encourage collaboration in developing Best Practices: atransc.org/bp/Collective

 

Research

The ATransC conducts research, primarily concerning transcommunication. It maintains an online Journal.

James Carpenter

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firstsightbook.com/wp/

A book Suggesting that we only be come aware of what our subconscious thinks of external information and not the information itself. See the Perception essay.

Ectoweb

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ectoweb.com

This is a hauntings investigation group led by Karen Mossey and Mike Sullivan. Karen is one of the founders of the Big Circle and a very competent EVP practitioner.

Etheric Studies

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ethericstudies.org

This is Tom Butler’s personal site which is dedicated to furthering the understanding of all things paranormal.

Forever Family Foundation

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www.foreverfamilyfoundation.org

The Mission Statement is to:

  • To establish the existence of the continuity of the family, even though a member has left the physical world
  • To stimulate thought among the curious, those questioning their relationship to the universe, and people who are looking for explanations of certain phenomena
  • To financially support the continued research into survival of consciousness and Afterlife Science
  • To provide a forum where individuals and families who have suffered the loss of a loved one can turn for support, information, and hope through state-of-the-art information and services provided by ongoing research into the survival of consciousness and Afterlife Science
 iDigital Medium

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idigitalmedium.com

From the website:

Our goal is to give you – The People, a voice – an opportunity to share something special to you that, when combined with the experiences of others, has the potential to demonstrate a well-rounded picture of spirituality in the world today on areas such as life after death, communication with spirit, and personal spiritual development.

ITC Bridge

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itcbridge.com

The primary purpose of this forum is to educate the public of the existing evidence of the continuity of life while also sustaining an atmosphere of cooperation amongst researchers and non-researchers alike to advance trans-dimensional communication and personal spiritual development.

Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS)

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noetic.org

IONS’ mission is supporting individual and collective transformation through consciousness research, educational outreach, and engaging a global learning community in the realization of our human potential. “Noetic” comes from the Greek word nous, which means “intuitive mind” or “inner knowing.” IONS conducts, sponsors, and collaborates on leading-edge research into the potentials and powers of consciousness, exploring phenomena that do not necessarily fit conventional scientific models while maintaining a commitment to scientific rigor.

Open Science

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opensciences.org

Rupert Sheldrake’s offering still under construction

Paranormlia

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monkeywah.typepad.com/paranormalia

 

Paranormalia is written by Robert McLuhan, a journalist and author based in London.

Parapsychological Association (PA)

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parapsych.org

Established in 1957, the Parapsychological Association, Inc. (PA) is the international professional organization of scientists and scholars engaged in the study of ‘psi’ (or ‘psychic’) experiences, such as telepathy, clairvoyance, remote viewing, psychokinesis, psychic healing, and precognition.

The Otherside Press

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theothersidepress.com

 

Understanding the what is known about “the other other side of the veil”  opens doors to more than just the afterlife. The Otherside Online Magazine seeks to provide reliable information about the paranormal.

Be part of the community!

Rhine Research Center

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rhine.org

From the website: The Rhine Research Center is a hub for research and education on the basic nature of consciousness.

The Center presents a wide range of educational offerings in which we attempt to draw together and present the most interesting and challenging current ideas on the nature and enhancement of consciousness. We present conferences, teach classes, and offer workshops, lectures, study groups, and other events. Some of these activities are face-to-face in our Durham NC headquarters, and some are web-based.

Rupert Sheldrake

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sheldrake.org

From the website: Rupert Sheldrake, one of the world’s most innovative biologists and writers, is best known for his theory of morphic fields and morphic resonance, which leads to a vision of a living, developing universe with its own inherent memory.

An excellent place to begin learning about Sheldrake’s concepts is by reading his Glossary.

Society for Psychical Research (SPR)

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spr.ac.uk

Founded in 1882, The SPR was the first society to conduct organized scholarly research into human experiences that challenge contemporary scientific models.

Wiki

The SPR Psi Encyclopedia is at
psi-encyclopedia.spr.ac.uk.

Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE)

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scientificexploration.org

“Discernment Required”

Founded in 1982, The Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE)is a professional organization of scientists and scholars who study unusual and unexplained phenomena. Subjects often cross mainstream boundaries, such as consciousness, unidentified aerial phenomena, and alternative medicine, yet often have profound implications for human knowledge and technology.

The Weiler Psi

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weilerpsiblog.wordpress.com

Examining Psychic Ability: The People, The Theory, The Science, The Skeptics

The Weiler Psi is intended as a resource for people who are psychic, but don’t necessarily do it professionally. I am interested not in the talent itself, but in the people who have it. How does it affect us? How can we feel good about ourselves?

From Open Science

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opensciences.org

Open Sciences Blog

The Last Frontier (http://www.juliaassante.com/blogs/)

Mind-Energy (http://www.mind-energy.net/)

Public Parapsychology (http://publicparapsychology.blogspot.com/)

Dean Radin: Entangled Minds  (http://deanradin.blogspot.com/)

Marilyn Schlitz’s Blog (http://marilynschlitz.com/blog/)

Rupert Sheldrake: Science Set Free (http://www.sheldrake.org/about-rupert-sheldrake/blog)

Skeptiko (http://www.skeptiko.com/)

Charles Tart’s Blog (http://blog.paradigm-sys.com/)