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Is an out-of-body experience a mere hallucination?


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Is astral projection or an out-of-body experience (OOBE) merely a form of hallucination? This is what some neuroscientists in Canada think, after watching what is happening in the brain of a young woman who is able to induce OOBE at will.

Posted: April 8th, 2014 in Columns,Health and Wellness | Read More »

Can the dead really talk to the living?


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Let me begin with a recent personal case. When actor Roy Alvarez died suddenly last month, I went to his wake at the Santuario in Greenhills. While sitting quietly far from his coffin inside the big church, I thought of asking him, “Why did you leave so suddenly? We still have a lot of work to do.”

Posted: April 1st, 2014 in Columns,Health and Wellness,Mind and Body | Read More »

When the paranormal is normal


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There are several often-used terms in the paranormal and occult fields which I wish were never invented, because they tend to confuse rather than clarify.

Posted: July 8th, 2013 in Columns,Health and Wellness,Mind and Body | Read More »

Clarifying the meaning of clairvoyance


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A researcher for a TV program of one of the major networks e-mailed a series of questions about the nature and characteristics of clairvoyance for an episode the network was planning to air.

Posted: February 18th, 2013 in Columns,Editor's Pick,Health and Wellness,Mind and Body | Read More »

Mystical encounters with Christ


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About a year ago, I received a text message from Merly Tabujara, a schoolteacher and a highly developed natural psychic and visionary from Silay City, Negros Occidental, who has been a longtime reader of my columns and books, but whom I met personally only once in Manila.

Posted: December 11th, 2012 in Columns,Health and Wellness,Mind and Body | Read More »

A psychic’s remedies for common illnesses


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The generally and legally accepted modality of healing in the Philippines and throughout most of the so-called civilized world, as practiced by trained and licensed medical doctors working in hospitals or clinics, is collectively known as allopathic medicine. Now, most allopathic drugs have clinically known and sometimes fatal side effects, but they are defended on the grounds that the benefits far outweigh the risks, as shown by clinical studies.

Posted: October 8th, 2012 in Columns,Health and Wellness,Mind and Body | Read More »

Why antiques can be haunted


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Collecting antiques or bringing them inside your house can be dangerous if you do not know their origin or history.

Posted: October 1st, 2012 in Columns,Health and Wellness,Mind and Body | Read More »

How to read the ‘soul of things’


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The ability to read the history of an object and the persons who have touched or held it is known as object reading or psychometry. Now, the word “psychometry,” as used in this article, has a different meaning from the word defined by Modern Psychology.

Posted: September 24th, 2012 in Columns,Health and Wellness,Mind and Body | Read More »

Can an object bear the quality or energy of its owner?


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Do you know that some people refuse to shake hands with strangers, or have their picture taken, because they believe that if they do, something of them is taken away?

Posted: September 18th, 2012 in Columns,Health and Wellness | Read More »

More close encounters with spirits of the dead


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My column last week (Sept. 4, 2012) drew an immediate reaction from Dr. Chan, an audiologist (i.e. hearing loss specialist). Via SMS, he recounted an even more extraordinary encounter with the dead, which was witnessed by at least two persons in his clinic.

Posted: September 11th, 2012 in Columns,Health and Wellness,Mind and Body | Read More »

He sees–and talks to–dead people


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A letter to the editor from Godofredo O. Peteza Sr., 85, from Daet, Camarines Norte, related four occasions when the dead appeared and talked to him.

Posted: September 3rd, 2012 in Columns,Health and Wellness,Mind and Body | Read More »

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