In Conversation at the SPR

Whilst waiting for Dr Callum Cooper’s lecture on telephone messages from the dead to begin, an unplanned conversation is recorded in the library of the Society for Psychical Research in London.


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On the Odd. My interview with Mark Jeacoma

Here is a recording my my interview with Mark Jeacoma of the radio station ‘On the Odd’ in Long Island, New York. Its  a long interview that lasts for one hour and twelve minutes, so settle down, make yourself comfortable and let the interview explain a lot about spirit possession and how I came to work in this field of human experience. Click anywhere in the image below for access to the recording.

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SPR Lecture 2018

My lecture on Telepathic Hypnosis, delivered to the Society for Psychical Research in June 2018. This lecture gives the historical background on the scientific validity of using hypnosis with telepathy that inspired the remote viewing program of the United States Department of Defense. In this lecture I cite three case studies that demonstrate the potential of this treatment method for healing serious mental disorders such as psychosis and dissociative disorders.

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Hospital Earthbounds

Here is a recording of my presentation on earthbound spirits in hospitals that I presented to the Society for Psychical Research annual conference in Newcastle in September 2018.


 

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42nd SPR International Annual Conference – Psychic Phenomena and Consciousness

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN and will close on 14th September. Our invited speakers are consciousness researchers Dr David Luke, Dr Bernardo Kastrup and Dr Rupert Sheldrake.

NOTE THAT THE TIMING OF THIS YEAR’S CONFERENCE IS 2 PM FRIDAY 21st TO 2 PM SUNDAY 23rd September.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN. To download a hard copy of the Booking Form, click HERE.

See the FULL CONFERENCE PROGRAMME HERE.  See below for more on our invited and highlighted speakers.

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Transpersonal Psychology Section Annual Conference 2018

I’ll be presenting one of my case studies where I am using a controversial method of treating Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) which was formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD). It will be interesting to see how this section of the British Psychological Society receives my method.

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