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(@jeanne-mayell)
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06/02/2020 9:55 am  

Dean Radin, the senior scientist at IONS, the Institute of Noetic Sciences in Petaluma California, did a talk on Google about the science of Psi (Psi is the scientific term for psychic phenomena) and the taboo that our society has against the subject, against the research and any reporting on the subject. https://youtu.be/qw_O9Qiwqew


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(@parizienne)
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06/06/2020 2:51 am  

I’m not sure where to post this. Feel free to move it if needed.

Wanted you to share this. It’s an article I saw in Teen Vogue, of all places.

Really interesting little piece about magic and Brujeria, sort of an overview of the roots of magic and various cultural manifestations of it. 

I thought of my new friends here in this forum when the reference to intuitives came up. 

https://t.co/enmmAMrlut

I’ve been fascinated by magic ever since I was a child. My favorite books, movies, TV shows, art all had that in common. At some point, I became afraid of it — probably due to its reputation as being unwholesome or even Satanic.  I think that was a very narrow and prejudiced view, and I’ve since evolved well away from that paradigm.

I’ve noticed that Teen Vogue has a lot of interesting articles, especially those on politics and social issues. The magazines I read as a teen were filled with drivel about makeup tips and weight loss advice. Ugh. 

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