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Paranthropology Vol. 5 No. 1

Paranthropology Vol. 5 No. 1

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Published by Jack Hunter
Is the Anomalist on a Fool’s Errand? - Thomas E. Bullard (4-31) -



A Phenomenological Evolution of Parapsychology’s 
Philosophy of Science
- Jacob W. Glazier (32-43) -

Commentary: Contemplating Parapsychology's Evolving Philosophy of Science - Mark A. Schroll (44-50) -



Experiences of Synchronicity and Anthropological Endeavours (Part 2):
‘Beyond a Psychology of Projection into a Cosmology of Synchronicity’
- Christel Mattheeuws (51-63) -



The Mystical Brain:
The Primordial Roots of Religion
- Charles D. Laughlin (64-80) -

The Paranormal Body:
Reflections on Indian Perspectives 
Towards the Paranormal
- Loriliai Biernacki (81-90) -


A Case of Xenoglossy Occurring 
Under Hypnosis - Ohkado Masayuko 
& Okamoto Satoshi (91-97) -



Navigating to the Inside:
First Person Science Perspectives on Consciousness and Psi
- Rafael G. Locke (98-112) -

Is the Anomalist on a Fool’s Errand? - Thomas E. Bullard (4-31) -



A Phenomenological Evolution of Parapsychology’s 
Philosophy of Science
- Jacob W. Glazier (32-43) -

Commentary: Contemplating Parapsychology's Evolving Philosophy of Science - Mark A. Schroll (44-50) -



Experiences of Synchronicity and Anthropological Endeavours (Part 2):
‘Beyond a Psychology of Projection into a Cosmology of Synchronicity’
- Christel Mattheeuws (51-63) -



The Mystical Brain:
The Primordial Roots of Religion
- Charles D. Laughlin (64-80) -

The Paranormal Body:
Reflections on Indian Perspectives 
Towards the Paranormal
- Loriliai Biernacki (81-90) -


A Case of Xenoglossy Occurring 
Under Hypnosis - Ohkado Masayuko 
& Okamoto Satoshi (91-97) -



Navigating to the Inside:
First Person Science Perspectives on Consciousness and Psi
- Rafael G. Locke (98-112) -


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Paranthropology: Journal of Anthropological Approaches to the Paranormal
 Vol. 5 No. 1 1
 
Is the Anomalist on a Fool’s Errand?
 
 Vol. 5 No. 1 (January 2014)
Board of Reviewers
Dr. Fiona Bowie
(Dept. Theolog  y and Religious Studies, King’s College London)
 (Center for Latin American Studies, University of Chicago)
Dr. Iain R. Edgar
(Dept. Anthropology, Durham University)
Prof. David J. Hufford
(Centre for Ethnography & Folklore, University of Pennsylvania)
(Dept. Sociology & Anthropology, Carleton University)
Dr. David Luke
(Dept. Psychology & Counseling, University of Greenwich)
Dr. James McClenon
(Dept. Social Sciences, Elizabeth State University)
Dr. Sean O'Callaghan
 (Department of Politics, Philosophy & Religion, University of Lancaster)
Dr. Serena Roney-Dougal
(Psi Research Centre, Glastonbury)
Dr. William Rowlandson
 (Dept. Hispanic Studies, University of Kent)
Dr. Mark A. Schroll
(Institute for Consciousness Studies, Rhine Research Centre)
 
(Ian Ramsay Centre for Science & Religion, University of Oxford)
Dr. Angela Voss
(Canterbury Christ Church University)
Dr. Lee Wilson
(Dept. Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Cambridge)
Dr. Michael Winkelman
(School of Human Evolution & Social Change, Arizona State University)
Prof. David E. Young 
 
(Dept. Anthropology, University of Alberta)
Honorary Members of the Board
 
(Dept. Philosophy, University of Maryland)
Paul Devereux
(Royal College of Art)
Prof. Charles F. Emmons
(Dept. Sociology, Gettysburg College)
Prof. Patric V. Giesler
(Dept. Anthropology, Gustavus Adolphus College)
Prof. Ronald Hutton
(Dept. History, University of Bristol)
Prof. Stanley Krippner
(Faculty of Psychology, Saybrook University)
Dr. Edith Turner
(Dept. Anthropology, University of Virginia)
Dr. Robert Van de Castle
(Dept. Psychiatry, University of Virginia)
Editor
 Jack Hunter
(Dept. Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Bristol)
 
Cover Artwork
 Jack Hunter
Paranthropology: Journal of Anthropological Approaches to the Paranormal
 Vol. 5 No. 1 2
 
Journal of Anthropological Approaches to the Paranormal
 
Welcome
 
to
 Paranthropology
Vol. 5 No. 1, the first issue for 2014. To start the year off, Thomas E. Bullard asks a vital question: ‘Is the A nomalist on a Fool’s Errand?,’ ques-tioning some of his past convictions about the UFO phenomenon in light of recent revelations. Yet, in spite of the successful de-bunking of several classic UFO cases, Bullard remains convinced “that an irre-ducible residue of unknowns remains.” This is followed by Jacob W. Glazier’s examina-tion of parapsychology’s philosophy of sci-ence, in which he argues in favour of ap-proaching psi from a phenomenological, so-cial scientific, perspective. Mark A. Schroll then provides a commentary on Glazier’s thesis. Next, Christel Mattheeuws completes her two part article on anthropological en-deavours and synchronistic experiences. Charles Laughlin’s paper explores the pri-mordial roots of religion from a transper-sonal and biogenetic structural perspective. In ‘The Paranormal Body’ Loriliai Biernacki explores Indian perspecives on the para-normal. Ohkado Masayuko and Okamoto Satoshi outline their fascinating investiga-tions into an apparent case of xenoglossy and past-life memories occurring under hypnosis. Finally, in ‘Navigating to the In-side’ Rafael G. Locke takes up Jake Glazier’s call for a phenomenological approach to the study of consciousness and psi through first-person science. Thomas Bullard, Loriliai Biernacki and Rafael Locke’s papers were all presented at the recent conference on ‘Anthropology and the Paranormal,’ hosted by the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. Interivews with participants at the conference can be found here: http://anthreligconsc.weebly.com/esalen-interviews.html.
 
In other news,
 Paranthropology
 is currently on the look-out for guest-editors for forthcom-ing issues. If you are interested in finding out more about this opportunity, or have any ideas for specially themed issues, please get in touch with the editor via discarnates@googlemail.com. We hope you enjoy this issue
.
Paranthropology: Journal of Anthropological Approaches to the Paranormal
 Vol. 5 No. 1 3
Contents
Is the Anomalist on a Fool’s Errand?- Thomas E. Bullard (4-31) -A Phenomenological Evolution of Parapsychology’s Philosophy of Science- Jacob W. Glazier (32-43) - Commentary: Contemplating Parapsychology's Evolving Philosophy of Science- Mark A. Schroll (44-50) -Experiences of Synchronicity and Anthropological Endeavours (Part 2):‘Beyond a Psychology of Projection into a Cosmology of Synchronicity’- Christel Mattheeuws (51-63) -The Mystical Brain:The Primordial Roots of Religion- Charles D. Laughlin (64-80) -The Paranormal Body:Reflections on Indian Perspectives Towards the Paranormal- Loriliai Biernacki (81-90) -A Case of Xenoglossy Occurring Under Hypnosis- Ohkado Masayuko & Okamoto Satoshi (91-97) -Navigating to the Inside:First Person Science Perspectives on Consciousness and Psi- Rafael G. Locke (98-112) -

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