Noted author is parapsychology research team’s first Waterside guest speaker

News Page 1st November 2018

The University’s Exceptional Experience and Consciousness Studies (EECS) research group welcomes its first guest speaker to Waterside campus, leading biologist/parapsychologist Rupert Sheldrake.

Rupert, an author of 12 books and a former Research Fellow of the Royal Society, will be talking about how some phenomena are more normal than paranormal, in the Morley Room in the Senate building on Tuesday 27 November, from 4-6pm.

His talk will cover the sense of being stared at and how this may well have evolved in humans and animals over time, telepathy between people and their pets and between mothers and babies, and ‘telephone telepathy’.

The event is open to staff, students and members of the public. For those who are interested in attending, please use the booking link below to reserve a seat.


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