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The Sphinx and the Rainbow: Brain, Mind and Future Vision

Loye, David

 Loye attempts to synthesize neurophysiology, psychology, parapsychology, and theoretical physics at a popular level in order to show how all parts of the brain can function as a unit in future prediction, including precognition. He takes a holographic approach to precognition and attempts to show how to develop forecasting ability. There are four appendices, the first offering suggestions for improving individual and group forecasting. The second presents some of the tenets of the new psychophysics. The third is a response to critics of precognition (primarily C.E.M. Hansel), and the last is a guide to educational possibilities concerned with the forecasting mind: workshops, seminars, discussion guides, a sample college course, field trip possibilities, and tests.
Publisher Information:Boulder, CO: Shambhala/New Science Library, 1983. 236p. Bibliography: 216-225; Chapter notes; Index: 227-236; 15 figures; 3 graphs; 1 table
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