Examining Covid-19 through the lens of ‘trickster studies.’ Is there a ‘bigger picture’ of the pandemic that involves no conspiracy theories whatsoever yet still allows us to see hidden things beneath the surface of recent events? If so, what might that bigger picture be?
American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, Technology by D. W. Pasulka. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2019. ISBN: 9780190692889. Hardback: 269 pp. Having… Read more Review: American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, Technology – Diana Pasulka
Deliverance: Everyday Investigations Into Poltergeists, Ghosts and Other Supernatural Phenomena By An Anglican priest by Jason Bray. Coronet, London, 2020.… Read more Review: Deliverance: Everyday Investigations Into Poltergeists, Ghosts and Other Supernatural Phenomena By An Anglican Priest – Jason Bray
What would C.S Lewis have made of what we now call ‘Near-Death Experiences’? Clues from his other writings allow a tantalizing glimpse of what he might have said.
Review of Tim Marczenko’s ‘Disembodied Voices: True Accounts of Hidden Beings’
Review of Bruce Greyson’s ‘After: A Doctor Explores What Near-Death Experiences Reveal About Life and Beyond’
How might psychology contribute to our understanding of religious and spiritual experience?
What is ‘real’? Is there anything beyond the physical world? Why should science have the last word on these and other questions?
What kinds of religious, spiritual and mystical experiences might the countryside evoke? Text of a talk I gave to the Churches Fellowship for Psychical and Spiritual Studies, September 4th, 2021
What is Covid-19 teaching us about human spirituality? Is it teaching us anything new? If so, what might that be?