Paranormal and P Guide - Resources and Review

Details of ancient magic from the 1st to the 7th centuries AD, a period which saw the magical traditions of several different cultures merge, forming a common set of rituals and symbols. Features images of recipe books, amulets, gems and Babylonian demon bowls, as used in protective magic, along with some of the more aggressive uses of ancient magic.
Offers a sceptical viewpoint on occult, paranormal, supernatural, and pseudoscientific ideas and practices. Presents an index of phenomena, and provides definitions and essays on each.
Discusses the portrayal of witchcraft in the media, and provides general information such as do's and don'ts of witches', a calendar of pagan festivals, tools of the craft, and a historical account of this pre
Christian religion. Details of the organisation itself are also given with guidelines on how to become a member.
The journal of strange phenomena: a monthly magazine of news, reviews and research on strange phenomena and experiences, curiosities, prodigies and portents.
Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to parapsychology.
Provides book reviews of publications discussing topics such as irrationality, superstition, magic, the paranormal, delusions, and associated beliefs.
Offers original articles and features about paranormal phenomena, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a subject
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include anti-gravity, dowsing, ESP, telepathy and telekinesis. Includes links to sites on Nostradamus.
Good starting point for links to sources of information about parapsychology and the paranormal.
Electronic version of the print journal. 'New Frontier' is concerned with unexplained phenomena, including crop circles, UFOs and extraterrestrial research. The journal is based on New Age themes. Includes an archive of the electronic edition and full text of articles.
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