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Record Type: Review   ID: 1326

Minds and Motion: The Riddle of Psychokinesis

Rogo, D. Scott

 Journalist/parapsychologist Rogo attempts, not to prove the existence of PK, although he does cite what he considers to be the best laboratory evidence for it in the first chapter, but to describe and make sense of the clues we have that might shed light on how PK operates. The literature of mediumship, spontaneous PK effects such as poltergeists, and studies of current PK stars such as Geller, Parise, Kulagina, and the Toronto "ghost," Philip, are emphasized. The final chapter is an interesting discussion of PK theories.
Publisher Information:New York: Taplinger, 1978. 271p. Chapter notes: 259-266; Index: 267-271
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