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25 Articles On Neurotheology

There are about 25 articles on neurotheology on a recently-reorganized page on my website.  Most authors on this subject take monotheism (God and belief in God) as the main subject for neurotheology.  I think that the mystic traditions of Hinduism … Continue reading

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Out of Body Experience in less than six minutes with advanced magnetic stimulation

“Dr. Michael Persinger, known as the developer of the God Helmet, an experimental apparatus that let a few people see God in his laboratory, has published a laboratory report in which a subject had an out-of-body experience immediately after magnetic … Continue reading

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Reply to “Neuroscience for the Soul”.

Persinger has published a reply to a critical article in a British “pop” psychology magazine (The Psychologist) entitled “Neuroscience for the Soul”.  This article perpetuates a few mistaken notions about the God Helmet, as well as some of Persinger’s theories. For example, Persinger … Continue reading

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Ten Blogs by Dr. Michael A. Persinger

Blogs by Dr. Michael A. Persinger. The God Helmet’s Weak Fields are Sufficient to Influence Brain Activity. We do not allow suggestion or Suggestibility to Influence our Lab Results. Our results can’t be attributed to suggestion. God Helmet (and many … Continue reading

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The God Helmet’s Weak Fields are Sufficient to Influence Brain Activity – A Blog By Dr. M. A. Persinger

The mistaken claims that our magnetic fields can’t affect the brain ignore the evidence – a Blog by Dr. Michael Persinger. Question: Is there any truth to the claim that your magnetic fields cannot influence the brain? Answer: No.  Recently, a colleague and … Continue reading

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We Do Not Allow Suggestion or Suggestibility to Influence our Lab Results. – A Blog by Dr. M.A. Persinger

Our laboratory results are not due to suggestion or suggestibility – A blog by Dr. Michael A. Persinger. We apply several procedures to guarantee that our subjects are not exposed to suggestions, have no expectations, so that our results are not influenced by subject suggestibility. These procedures … Continue reading

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Our results can’t be attributed to suggestion. – A blog By Dr. Michael Persinger

The results of our experiments cannot be attributed to experimenter suggestion or subject suggestibility. – A Blog by Dr. Michael Persinger. Question: What results have you had that cannot be explained by suggestion? Answer: We have seen many effects that cannot be … Continue reading

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