Mind-Reach by Russell Targ
Scientists Look at Psychic Abilities (Studies in Consciousness)

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Originally published by Delacorte, Mind-Reach is the book that led to the U. S. Army’s psychic spy program and the subsequent prominence of remote viewing. The protocols that physicists Targ and Puthoff developed at the Stanford Research Institute are still in use today and have proven again and again in laboratory settings that psychic ability is universal. Targ is the author of three recent books with New World Library: Limitless Mind, The Heart of the Mind, and Miracles of Mind. Mind-Reach is the eleventh title in Hampton Roads’ Studies in Consciousness series.

 

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Alan Watts, who held both a master’s degree in theology and a doctorate of divinity, is best known as an interpreter of Zen Buddhism in particular, and of Indian and Chinese philosophy in general. Standing apart, however, from sectarian membership, he earned the reputation of being one of the most original and “unrutted” philosophers of the past century. He was the author of some twenty books on the philosophy and psychology of religion, including The Way of Zen; The Wisdom of Insecurity; Nature, Man and Woman; The Book; Beyond Theology; In My Own Way; and Cloud-Hidden, Whereabouts Unknown. He died in 1973.
 
Published January 31, 2005 by Hampton Roads Publishing Company. 258 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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The Mind Race, we're told in conclusion, is between ""your own consciousness"" and ""other forces"": organized religion, cults, materialist critics, mass media, politicians, and all the dehumanizing influences of machine society.

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Superficially it would seem that physicists and engineers would be the least likely supporters of extrasensory phenomena.

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