For those who were unable to attend the conference in London and for those who wanted a souvenir recording of all presentations, this is the limited edition 3-disk set.
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When nurses see spirits or ‘ghosts’ on the wards are they hallucinating or are they seeing earthbound spirits of the deceased? This research aims to answer this question with scientific investigation.
This research is not funded by the mainstream, we are therefore supported by small monthly contributions from our supporters through the Patreon program. Here is an invitation to either support or participate in our research. Become a Research Collaborator and participate if you are connected with a hospital or university and get involved, or simply pledge your support. All supporters and collaborators are anonymous and no one will be named as a supporter or collaborator unless they wish to take credit for their contribution.
Here is the project abstract:
So, if you want to support the project or get involved, register here as a Research Collaboration Patron.
The year 2019 saw our training programme expand to Mexico and the United States. We have been acknowledged by no less than five senior psychiatrists in the UK, members of the Royal College of Psychiatry and the Royal Society of Medicine and we are being asked, ‘When is our training coming to London?’
We therefore need to raise the bar on efficiency and standards with the aim of running a training event on the premises of the Royal Society of Medicine. Below you will find revised guidelines for the management of our online practice sessions and training workshops.
So, let us maintain the momentum and make 2020 a year to celebrate.
Happy New Year to All.
Using our unique Protocol, 80% of cases of suspected spirit possession are resolved in one session lasting an average of just eight minutes. Here is the evidence.
This research was made possible by the contributions of dedicated research collaboration and private pledges of just $10 per month. This is to say a big ‘Thank you‘ to our Patrons for your support during 2019. Without your support this research would not have been possible. For further analysis and case studies join our Patrons and share in our success as we break new ground in the treatment of suspected spirit possession. Click on the link below for the first test report.
Following a conference presentation on remote spirit release, a group of attendees are asked for their opinion on this method of intervention for mental illness.
As spirit release practitioners, the demand for our services is growing. More people are becoming aware of the alternatives to mainstream psychiatric, religious and psychological interventions for a wide range of mental, emotional and psychosomatic conditions. There is also a growing need for new SRT practitioners to be trained in these techniques, and inquiries for specialist training are on the increase. We are responding to this need by offering a training course where health-care professionals and other qualified healers, hypnotherapists, mediums and Reiki practitioners can come and learn SRT techniques and skills. If you, or someone you know, is interested in learning how to become a qualified spirit release practitioner please go to our new SRT Training page and give it the once over. Any feedback or suggestions would be most welcome.
A new page has been added to this web site under the parent heading of Hypnosis. It contains an excerpt from my book The Science of Spirit Possession 2nd ed (2014).
I have included it because it is probably the most important topic of human consciousness that has been abandoned and ignored by modern Western society, but provides a scientific explanation how we can be influenced in our thoughts, feelings and behaviour from a distance by an unseen source.
Happy New Year to all.
Seriously strange https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/assap-35th-anniversary-conference-seriously-strange-tickets-24751662890 is the keynote paranormal event of the year, spread over two days. The biggest paranormal event of its kind in a generation– Not to be missed
Rev Peter Law, Dr Hannah Gilbert, Dr Terry Palmer, Steve Parsons, Ann Winsper, David Saunder, Anthony Peake, Jayne Harris, Malcolm Robinson, David Farrent, John Fraser, Alan Murdie, Dr Leo Ruickbie, Lara Wells, Deborah Hyde, Trystan Swale, Richard Freeman. More to be announced