Favorite Quotes

"We are demonstrations, you and I, of what is to come next: transcendence. Humanous luminous, a new breed of being ready to bless, heal, transform the very boundaries of time."

~Paul Goldman

"Be what you are. This is the first step toward becoming better than you are."

~Julius Charles Hare

"Chase down your passion like it's the last bus of the night."

~Glade Byron Addams

Intuitive Science

Universities, institutes, associations, organizations and the groundbreaking souls who are helping to prove the existence of life after death and psychic phenomena.


Science and Research

Institute of Noetic Sciences


101 San Antonio Road
Petaluma, CA 94952 USA

A nonprofit membership organization located in Northern California that conducts and sponsors leading-edge research into the potentials and powers of consciousness—including perceptions, beliefs, attention, intention, and intuition. The Institute explores phenomena that do not necessarily fit conventional scientific models, while maintaining a commitment to scientific rigor.

University of Virginia

Division of Perceptual Studies

P. O. Box 800152
Charlottesville, VA 22908
Phone: (434) 924-2281

The Division of Perceptual Studies (DOPS) is a unit of the Department of Psychiatric Medicine of the University of Virginia's Health System. It was founded in 1967, when Dr. Ian Stevenson resigned as Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry to become Director of the Division and Chester F. Carlson Professor of Psychiatry, positions he served in for the next 35 years. Early in 2002, Dr. Bruce Greyson, who has been a faculty member at DOPS since 1995 and the long-time editor of the Journal of Near-Death Studies, took over as director and Carlson Professor, allowing Dr. Stevenson to devote more time to writing books and articles about his research.

Institute of Transpersonal Psychology

Psychomanteum Research

1069 East Meadow Circle Palo Alto, CA 94303
Phone: 650-493-4430

Can trying to contact a deceased loved one ease the pain of grief and bereavement? The answer is yes, according to research conducted by psychology professor Arthur Hastings, at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology in Palo Alto, California. Dr. Hastings and his research team took 27 persons through a three hour process with the intention of contacting a friend or loved one who had died. After the experience almost all the individuals had significantly less grief, guilt, sadness, loss, and need to communicate compared to their previous feelings. Half of the participants said they had felt the presence of the person they sought. The research has just been published in the winter issue of Omega, a professional journal on death and dying, and is the first to scientifically measure this process.

The Farsight Institute


Phone: 404-289-4107


We exist to serve. Remote viewing is a tool that we use to explore questions relating to consciousness and existence. Contributing to the science of consciousness through investigations into the remote-viewing phenomenon is the primary goal for our path of service.

At The Farsight Institute, we are dedicated to the practical and benevolent investigation and use of remote viewing, to solve scientific problems that are otherwise intractable, and to ask questions that are new and challenging. Doing this is integral to our educational goal of transforming how people think of themselves and their world, and it is consistent with our own personal pursuit of growth in consciousness.


Windbridge Institute for Applied Research in Human Potential


PO Box 31468
Tucson, AZ 85751-1468

The Windbridge Institute for Applied Research in Human Potential is concerned with asking, "What can we do with the potential that exists within our bodies, minds, and spirits?" Can we heal each other? Ourselves? Can we affect events and physical reality with our thoughts? Can we know things before they happen? Are we connected to each other? To the planet? Can we communicate with our loved ones who have passed?

Santa Barbara Institute
for Consciousness Studies


P.O. Box 3573
Santa Barbara, CA 93130

Phone: 805-682-9338

The Santa Barbara Institute is dedicated to interdisciplinary research and education to advance understanding of the nature and potentials of consciousness. Its comprehensive approach integrates the insights and techniques of contemporary science with those of the world’s classic contemplative and philosophical traditions.


Associations & Foundations

Forever Family Foundation

222 Atlantic Ave
Oceanside, New York
Phone: 631-425-7707


Forever Family Foundation is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization that supports the premise that life does not end with physical death, furthers the understanding of Afterlife Science and survival of consciousness, and offers support to the bereaved. . Among the active members of the organization and the executive board are scientists, researchers, medical doctors, philosophers and educators who have devoted substantial parts of their careers to the investigation of the survival hypothesis - an existence beyond this physical world.

Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness



The purpose of the ASSC is to encourage research on consciousness in cognitive science, neuroscience, philosophy, and other relevant disciplines in the sciences and humanities, directed toward understanding the nature, function, and underlying mechanisms of consciousness.

International Institute of Integral Human Sciences


1974 de Maisoneuve West
Montreal, Quebec
H3H 1K5
Phone: 514-937-8359

SSF-IIIHS Int'l Conference
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
July 11 – 20, 2008

The International Institute of Integral Human Sciences is a non-governmental organization affiliated with the United Nations DPI,  promoting educational programs for the 21st century. We work in many nations towards the convergence of new sciences with spirituality and universal human values, creating inter-religious and inter-cultural understanding for world peace. For over a quarter century the IIIHS has developed at one time or another and had a professional & general membership of persons in more than 26 countries & territories.

Society for Scientific Exploration


1345 Twenty-Eighth Street, Boulder , CO, USA 80302
Phone: 1 (303) 443-3850

27th Annual SSE Meeting
June 25-28, 2008
Boulder, CO

The Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) is a multi-disciplinary professional organization of scientists and other scholars committed to the rigorous study of unusual and unexplained phenomena that cross traditional scientific boundaries and may be ignored or inadequately studied within mainstream science.

The Society was founded in 1982 by fourteen scientists and scholars and now has approximately 800 members in 45 countries worldwide. The SSE publishes a peer reviewed journal, the Journal of Scientific Exploration (JSE) and holds annual scientific meetings in the USA and periodic meetings in Europe. Society members include scholars from a broad range of disciplines. Topics addressed in its journal and in its regular meetings cover a wide spectrum, ranging from real or apparent anomalies in well-established areas of science to paradoxical phenomena that belong to no established discipline.