Mind-Reach

Mind-Reach

by Russell Targ, Harold Puthoff
     
 

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Originally published by Delacorte (ISBN 0440056888, 1977, 70,000 sold), MindReach is the book that led to the U. S. Army’s psychic spy program and the subsequent prominence of remote viewing. The protocols that physicists Targ and Puthoff developed at the Stanford Research Institute are still in use today and have proven again and again in laboratory settings that

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Originally published by Delacorte (ISBN 0440056888, 1977, 70,000 sold), MindReach is the book that led to the U. S. Army’s psychic spy program and the subsequent prominence of remote viewing. The protocols that physicists Targ and Puthoff developed at the Stanford Research Institute are still in use today and have proven again and again in laboratory settings that psychic ability is universal. Targ is the author of three recent books with New World Library: Limitless Mind (ISBN 1577314131, 2004), The Heart of the Mind (ISBN 1577311566, 2000), and Miracles of Mind (ISBN 1577310977, 1999, 20,000 sold). MindReach is the eleventh title in Hampton Roads’ Studies in Consciousness series.

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"An inside glimpse of parapsychology. Weary of the gray consensus universe? This book will trigger rainbows in your mental eye." -Traditional Yoga Studies Interactive, May 4, 2005

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ISBN-13:
9780440056881
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/01/1976

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Russell Targ is currently "retired" and enjoys motorcycling in the Silcon Valley (even though he is legally blind) and studying Dzogchen Buddhism.

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