The Journal of Paraphysics, Volume 1, No. 1; Volume 1, No. 2; Volume 1, No. 3; Volume 1, No. 5; Volume 1, No. 6; Volume 2, Nos. 1 - 3 (Eight issues). B.- HERBERT, Research officer: M. Cassirer. M. Driver - UFOlogy.
The Journal of Paraphysics, Volume 1, No. 1; Volume 1, No. 2; Volume 1, No. 3; Volume 1, No. 5; Volume 1, No. 6; Volume 2, Nos. 1 - 3 (Eight issues).
The Journal of Paraphysics, Volume 1, No. 1; Volume 1, No. 2; Volume 1, No. 3; Volume 1, No. 5; Volume 1, No. 6; Volume 2, Nos. 1 - 3 (Eight issues).

The Journal of Paraphysics, Volume 1, No. 1; Volume 1, No. 2; Volume 1, No. 3; Volume 1, No. 5; Volume 1, No. 6; Volume 2, Nos. 1 - 3 (Eight issues).

Wiltshire, England: The Paraphysical Laboratory, 1967 1968. First Editions. Softcover. Octavos. Eight (non-consecutive) issues of this somewhat scarce bi-monthly periodical which was published from 1967-1974. All bound in white or off white stapled wrappers lettered and illustrated in black. [Volume 1] No. 1, 1967. "U.S.A. Edition". 24pp. b&w depiction of "Unexplained Figure at Sanford Orcas Manor" on upper cover, and other b&w illustrations.. Contents: "Sanford Orcas Manor"; "Television Staff See Apparition"; "The Problem of Survival"; "Can we Explain the Poltergeist - A Review"; "The ZAM Machine"; Evidence for Hyperspace"; "Clock Phenomena"; "ESP and Hyperspace"; " American Scientist Accepts Hyperspace"; Overnight Experiments at Sanford Orcas". [Volume 1] No. 2, 1967, Eccentrically paginated 25-48pp (24pp). wrappers illustrated with b&w photos of "Sanford Orcas Manor" on upper cover, and other b&w illustrations. Contents: "The Inexplicable Figure"; "Mary Gallo's Story"; "An Account by Mrs. Gates and Mrs. Beele"; "Megalithic Geometry" by Prof. Alexander Thom (Review); Photographs of Outer Courtyard; "Ronald Daniell's Story"; "Summary of the Sanford Orcas Case"; "Objectivity of Apparitions"; "The Unexplained" by Andrew MacKenzie (Review). [Volume 1]. No. 3, 1967. Eccentrically paginated 49-72pp (24pp). Wrappers illustrated with b&w photo of "Solar Room at Sanford Orcas Manor" on upper upper cover, and other b&w illustrations. Contents: "The Falling Picture", "Ten Witnesses to Observe a Picture Movement"; "Theory of Picture Movements"; "The 'Ghost' Photograph"; "The Voices of Sanford Orcas"; "Targets of GESP Experiment"; "Plan of Sanford Orcas Phenomena " "The Results of GESP Experiment"; "Sanford Orcas 1908-1916"; "The Night of January 17th, 1967"; "GESP with 5 Targets and 11 Percipients"; and "Poltergeist in Tunis". Volume. 1, No. 5, [ International Directory Issue ]. Eccentrically paginated 96 - 124pp. (28pp).. Contents: "(English translation of "First Moscow Session"; "Notes on the Program"; "Faraday Cage" U.S. Confirms Soviet Data"; "The Dowsing Controversy"; "Specious Present Experiments"; "UFO Observatory Reports"; "The Key"; "Healing Hands"; "The Old Quantum Theory"; "Challenge to Science"; "International Directory"; "The Ambidextrous Universe" and "Silbury Hill Experiment. [ Vol. 1 ] No. 6, 1967 [Classified Directory of Spontaneous Phenomena 1965-7], Eccentrically paginated 122 - 151pp. (28pp).. Contents: Classified and alphabetized directory of 100 spontaneous phenomena 1965-1967, b&w illustration of Silbury Hill. Volume 2, No. 1, 1968 The Leningrad Controversy.. 30pp. Contents include: "Causality"; "Bio-Information"; "New Czechoslavak Center"; "Large Scale Telepathy Experiment"; "Coded Transmissions"; "Godlington Manor"; "Quasars"; "Silbury Hill - Letter from BBC and Plan & Instruction"; "The White Lady of Stoke Newington"; "Three Psychic Cases"; "Shepton Mallet 'Haunt' ";"Between Heaven and Earth"; "Prague Lecture Program"; and "Clock Phenomena in Moscow". Volume 2, No. 2, 1968. Eccentrically paginated 35-62pp (26pp). Issue includes: "Psychotronics"; "Grenzgebiete Der Wissenschaft"; "From Telepathy to Telekinesis Soviet progress up to April 1968"; "Tabulated Summary"; "Telegnosis and Psychokinesis"; "Silbury Hill: First Report"; "The Case of the Quaker Oat Man"; "The Lady in Black Silk"; "The Tottenham Case"; "The Evoked Potentials"; "Laboratory Report". Vol. 2, No. 3, 1968 The Leningrad Controversy.. Eccentrically paginated 67-94pp (26pp).. This issue includes: "Telekinesis or Fraud"; "The Moscow Conference", "Unidentified Flying Objects"; "Telepathic Experiment: Necessary Requirements (in three parts), Pt I"; "New Experiments in ESP"; "News and Announcements"; and -"Silbury Hill: Second Report". Covers a bit rubbed and darkened with some spots of browning, edges and corners lightly rubbed and creased, text unmarked. Overall clean VG copies of this scarce journal. Item #62308

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