PSI Games at the Rhine! This Friday. Friday, April 21st: 7pm @ Alex Tanous Library @ the Rhine
Have you ever wondered if you have ESP? How do scientists test for different abilities in the laboratory? Is spoon bending real, and can I learn to do it?
Join us this Friday, April 21st at the Rhine Research Center to be part of a fun, interactive evening of information, ESP testing, and conversation with a group of Rhine supporters and scientists. This exciting event gives you the chance to learn about ESP testing in the past and to practice your own abilities. Space is limited, so register now!
Can experienced psychics use their abilities to raise funds for psychic research?
The Rhine is planning a new research project that will utilize the techniques of Associative Remote Viewing to work with experienced psychics to raise money for future research projects. This project requires an initial investment to get started.
For over 75 years the Rhine laboratories have been doing research in the field of parapsychology. Strict protocols and methodologies are the hallmark of the Rhine research community, and researchers at the Rhine continue to follow the evidence where it leads.
From the Rhine Bio-Energy Labs to explorations of reports of PSI experiences to interesting pilot studies, the Rhine continues to bridge the gap between science and spirituality. Read about the Current Research at the Rhine.
The latest issue of the Journal of Parapsychologyis available to scientific supporters of the Rhine. It includes a detailed exploration of the theories and evidence for the Survival Hypothesis - does the soul survive outside of the physical body.
This group of like-minded organizations was formed to provide services and support to individuals and organizations across the globe who are interested in advancing their understanding and experience of consciousness.
The Rhine Newsletters were published regularly from 2008 - 2012, and they contained interesting articles about the history of the Rhine, reports from the Rhine files, and research projects from that time. The Archive of these newsletters is available now under the menu item Resources.