John G. Kruth, the Executive Director of the Rhine Research Center, sends a message to the Rhine community as we end 2016.
"The Rhine Research Center has long been a safe haven for searchers and a voice of scientific reason and authority regarding parapsychology. From the monthly meetings to the regular educational events, the Rhine provides..."
On the morning of November 3rd, 2016, Karen Baumerpassed away. Karen was a dear friend and important member of the Rhine community in so many ways. She was forever pleasant, kind, and vibrant as she greeted people at Rhine events and spoke about the Rhine to everyone she met.
Karen's tremendous energy and effervescence is missed at the Rhine every day. We wish her well with her transition and know that she will continue to be a shining light for our team and everyone she met.
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.
Rhine Young Explorers Group! Third Thursday of each month: 3 - 6pm
Are you interested in Spirit Science, ESP, Near Death Experiences, or Psychic Phenomena?
The Young Explorers Group is currently developing new ideas and theories through interactive projects.
This group will meet on the third Thursday of every month in the Alex Tanous Library at the Rhine Research Center to discuss spiritual topics, host speakers, and maybe even do some psychic testing.
NEXT MEETING ON THURSDAY, November 17th
The latest issue of the Journal of Parapsychology is available to scientific supporters of the Rhine. It includes studies of PK, Poltergeists, & Precognition.
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.