Psychic Science

Psychic Science

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Psychic Science was the quarterly journal of the British College of Psychic Science (BCPS). It was originally called Quarterly Transactions and was edited by Stanley de Brath. It was published from 1939 to 1945. In 1945, Psychic Science changed its name briefly to Experimental Metaphysics and then, in December 1948, was superceded by Light, as the journal of the College of Psychic Studies.

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Categorical bans on fortune-telling are unconstitutional, a California appellate court recognized in Spiritual Psychic Science Church v.
Scientific research proves that the position of the planets affects babies brains at the time of birth, so I feel optimistic that in time the true worth of astrology and other psychic sciences will be recognised as what they are.
They demonstrate that magnetism, far from disappearing in the mid-century after its defeat at the hands of the medical establishment, joined with spiritualism, and then lay at the origin of the programmes of research in British psychic sciences and French metapsychics.
I have concentrated above all on Bertrand Meheust's book, more easily accessible to the French reader, and one which concerns us more closely, since it is concerned primarily with the French history of animal magnetism and the psychic sciences.
Due to the popularity of some sessions on the psychic sciences and alternative health therapies, the library is looking to extend its programme in the future.
The Magician told me I had Psychic talents, The Hierophant confirmed I had used them in past lives, and predicted I would teach the psychic sciences.