The latest issue (Vol 5, Number 4) of the free PDF journal Paranthropology (“anthropological approaches to the paranormal”) is now available to download (or you can read it online via Scribd). Here’s the complete rundown of features in the latest issue:
- “Differentiating Experiences from Events, and Validity from Authenticity in the Anthropology of Consciousness”, by Stanley Krippner & Mark A. Schroll
- “Reflections on Methodological Concerns in the Anthropology of Consciousness: A Response to Krippner & Schroll”, by Hillary S. Webb
- “Interplay of Perspectives in the Anthropology of Consciousness: A Commentary on Krippner & Schroll”, by Susan Greenwood
- “Experiencing Dream Telepathy (Or Non-Local Memory): A Fifty Year Retrospective Autobiographical Analysis”, by Mark A. Schroll
- “Psychic Dreams: Evidence, Transformational Process and Magical Thinking”, by David Luke
- “Whose Dream Is It Anyway? A Commentary on Experiencing Dream Telepathy (or Non-local Memory): A 50 Year Retrospective Autobiographical Analysis”, by Zelda Hall
- “Sacred Places and Home Dream Reports: Methodological Reassessments and Reflections on Paul Devereux’s Experiment in Wales and England”, by Stanley Krippner & Mark A. Schroll
- “Geomantic Earthmind: Practicing Earth Yoga: A Response to Krippner & Schroll”, by Bethe Hagens
- “Commentary: Barometers for the Anomalous? Dreams and Transpersonal Archaeology”, by Ryan Hurd
- “Bohm’s Influence on Ullman’s Theory of the Origin of Dreams: Reflections and Insights from Montague Ullman’s Last Interview”, by Mark A. Schroll
- “Dreaming, Ullman, and Bohm: A Commentary”, by Daniel Deslauries
- “Epilogue: Toward a New Paradigm of the Varieties of Transformative Experience”, by Mark A. Schroll & Darlene Viggiano.
- “Review: ‘Seeing Fairies: From the Lost Archives of the Fairy Investigation Society, Authentic Reports of Fairies in Modern Times’
by Marjorie T. Johnson”, reviewed by James McClenon
In case you haven’t read this great resource before, all of the previous issues remain available to download from the site as well. I know from experience the work that goes into doing something like this, so if you get something out of the journal make it your mission to throw some money their way with a PayPal donation. Even small amounts help!