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Web sites featuring institutional and academic studies of the paranormal, rigorous skepticism, and leading edges of scientific exploration, including skeptical resources.
 
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Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC)
This site promotes research within cognitive science, neuroscience, philosophy, and other relevant disciplines in the sciences and humanities, directed toward understanding the nature, function, and underlying mechanisms of consciousness.
 
California Institute for Human Science
CIHS is a graduate school and researcher center, dedicated to research in bio-energy, subtle energies, integral psychology, and global consciousness for the 21st century. CIHS studies the integration of Eastern and Western medicine and philosophy,
 
Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences (CTNS)
The mission of CTNS is to promote the creative mutual interaction between contemporary theology and the natural sciences. The Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences (CTNS) strives to bridge these two disciplines. CTNS is a non-profit international membership organization dedicated to research, teaching and public service. It focuses primarily on the relation between contemporary physics, cosmology, technology, environmental studies, evolutionary and molecular biology and Christian theology and ethics.
 
Consciousness Studies at The University of Arizona
Encourages the promotion of open, scientifically rigorous and sustained discussions of all phenomena related to the mindConsciousness Studies at The University of Arizona encourages the promotion of open, scientifically rigorous and sustained discussions of all phenomena related to the mind.
 
Division of Perceptual Studies, Univ. of Virginia
The Division's main purpose is the scientific investigation of phenomena that suggest that currently accepted scientific assumptions and theories about the nature of mind or consciousness, and its relationship to matter, may be incomplete. Examples of such phenomena include various types of extrasensory perception, apparitions and deathbed visions, poltergeists near-death experiences (NDEs), out-of-body experiences (OBEs), and claimed memories of previous lives. Submit your personal experiences!
 
Eternea - The Convergence of Science & Spirituality
Eternea is a publicly supported global non-profit research, educational and outreach organization. Its mission is to advance research, education and applied programs concerning the physics of consciousness and the interactive relationship between consciousness and physical reality (e.g. matter and energy), and to enhance the understanding of spiritually transformative experiences.
 
Gregg Braden
New York Times best-selling author and guide to sacred sites throughout the world, Gregg Braden has been a featured guest for international conferences and media specials bridging the wisdom of our past with the science of our future. A former geologist and senior aerospace systems designer (Martin Marietta Aerospace, Phillips Petroleum, Cisco Systems) Braden is now considered a leading authority on the spiritual philosophy of the ancient Essenes and many indigenous traditions throughout the world. His journeys into the remote mountain villages, monasteries, and temples of times past, coupled with his background in the hard sciences, uniquely qualify him to bring the benefit of long-lost traditions to the forefront of our lives today.
 
IANDS - International Association for Near-Death Studies
For those who have an interest in near-death experiences; those who have had a near-death experience (or related phenomena) and their loved ones; those who research these phenomena; those health-care professionals who care for the critically ill; those who are seriously ill; and those who have an interest in understanding the nature of human consciousness.
 
ICRL
International Consciousness Research Laboratories was established in 1990 as an informal, multi-disciplinary consortium of accomplished scholars, all of whom are committed to collaborative scholarly exploration of the role of consciousness in physical reality. The organization has four primary goals: Strengthening the relevant empirical databases; Developing effective theoretical models; Communicating research results; Encouraging the interest of young scholars. Founded by Bob Jahn of PEAR Lab.
 
Institute of Noetic Sciences
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.
 
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