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by Stan Gooch

eBook The Origins of Psychic Phenomena: Poltergeists, Incubi, Succubi, and the Unconscious Mind ePub
Author: Stan Gooch
Language: English
ISBN: 1594771642
ISBN13: 978-1594771644
Publisher: Inner Traditions (February 7, 2007)
Pages: 272
Category: Medicine
Subcategory: Medical
Rating: 4.8
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Alien abduction, poltergeist attacks, incubi, succubi, split and multiple personalities, possessions, precognition . The cerebellum is the physical seat of the unconscious and was once equal to or even superior to the cerebrum as essential to our functioning.

Alien abduction, poltergeist attacks, incubi, succubi, split and multiple personalities, possessions, precognition, spontaneous combustion-the list of phenomena not just unexplained but ignored by mainstream science seems endless. Yet the key to the origin of all these manifestations lies deep within our own brains. In modern times it has been shunted into the subliminal, yet the cerebellum continues to process our worldly experiences and reveals its concerns in misunderstood, often frightening, manifestations.

Elizabeth: The title of the book dealing with multiple personalities is "The Origins of Psychic Phenomena" by Stan Gooch

He was, for instance, already playing in his school's first rugby XV by the age of fourteen. Elizabeth: The title of the book dealing with multiple personalities is "The Origins of Psychic Phenomena" by Stan Gooch. There can therefore be multiple separate personalities associated with each consciousness. They can operate at the same time in an individual while being unknown to each other.

Explores how the unconscious mind manifests paranormal phenomena. Shows how the cerebellum-the seat of the unconscious-is the source of these energies, subpersonalities, and manifestations. In The Origins of Psychic Phenomena, Stan Gooch explores the functioning of the dream-producing part of the brain-the cerebellum-and how the unconscious mind is able to externalize itself.

Explores how the unconscious mind manifests paranormal phenomena Alien abduction, poltergeist attacks, incubi, succubi . Shows how the cerebellum – the seat of the unconscious – is the source of these energies, subpersonalities, and manifestations Alien abduction, poltergeist attacks, incubi, succubi, split and multiple personalities, possessions, precognition, spontaneous combustion – the list of phenomena not just unexplained but ignored by mainstream science seems endless.

From alien abduction to possessions and spontaneous combustion, THE ORIGINS OF PSYCHIC PHENOMENA explores the unconscious mind's ability to externalize itself, processing real-world experiences and producing in turn often frightening manifestations

From alien abduction to possessions and spontaneous combustion, THE ORIGINS OF PSYCHIC PHENOMENA explores the unconscious mind's ability to externalize itself, processing real-world experiences and producing in turn often frightening manifestations. Chapters consider the evolution of the brain and concurrent psychic activities and consider the role of consciousness in supernatural phenomena, making this a fine pick for any collection strong in either new age or psychology. A New Slant on an Interesting Subject. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago.

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Examines unexplained phenomena in psychiatric and psychological terms rather than occult terms - Explores how the unconscious mind manifests paranormal phenomena - Shows how the cerebellum-the seat of the unconscious-is the source of these energies, subpersonalities, and manifestations - Identifies our neglected "Neanderthal" subconscious as responsible for the rising incidence of paranormal happenings Alien abduction, poltergeist attacks, incubi, succubi, split

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Examines unexplained phenomena in psychiatric and psychological terms rather than occult terms • Explores how the unconscious mind manifests paranormal phenomena • Shows how the cerebellum--the seat of the unconscious--is the source of these energies, subpersonalities, and manifestations • Identifies our neglected “Neanderthal” subconscious as responsible for the rising incidence of paranormal happenings Alien abduction, poltergeist attacks, incubi, succubi, split and multiple personalities, possessions, precognition, spontaneous combustion--the list of phenomena not just unexplained but ignored by mainstream science seems endless. Yet the key to the origin of all these manifestations lies deep within our own brains. In The Origins of Psychic Phenomena, Stan Gooch explores the functioning of the dream-producing part of the brain--the cerebellum--and how the unconscious mind is able to externalize itself. The cerebellum is the physical seat of the unconscious and was once equal to or even superior to the cerebrum as essential to our functioning. In modern times it has been shunted into the subliminal, yet the cerebellum continues to process our worldly experiences and reveals its concerns in misunderstood, often frightening, manifestations. Gooch explains that Neanderthal Man possessed a much larger cerebellum than Cro-Magnon Man and posits that the modern repression of the cerebellum’s role in our consciousness has given rise to these supernatural phenomena.
Мох
I bought this book by accident, not realising it was a retitled republication of Gooch’s Creatures from Inner Space, which I read many years ago. But I did not regret the investment. This work covers a neglected area of both psychology and psychical research and while I don’t agree with all Gooch’s conclusions, this remains a book well worth reading.
Mojind
I love books like this ones you pick up and don't want to put down. Very Good book to read
Felhalar
Stan Gooch was an under appreciated visionary and his study of the supernatural may have been nearly as important as his study of neanderthals.
Vrion
When I received the book , I had the unpleasant surprise to discover that

I had already bought and read it under the title " Creatures from inner

space " !!!

This is my fault . I should have been more careful .
Light out of Fildon
Scary book; Gooch goes into a lot of detail concerning the stories he presents here.
Bundis
The serendipitous events that seem to accompany the books sent me for review are getting just a little spooky. For example, I'll be thinking, Gee, I'd like to review (a certain kind of) Gnostic book and...BAM! It shows up in the mail. Or I tell myself that I will absolutely, positively never again even look at a book dealing with the Bible and...BAM! One is sent that really shows "the Book" in a totally whole new slant.

In the case of ORIGINS, I thought, Just stick a stake in me now, if I had to force myself to read any more pseudo-scientific, "New Age" interpretations of reality, & particularly historic reality. But I was drawn to the title of the book, and even more intrigued when I discovered that original 1984 title was Creatures from Inner Space. Now how could I pass that up?

So I started reading, making my little notes--and before I realized it, it was dawn's early light.

The book was finished.

Time to crawl back into my crypt.

Like Houdini I have been drawn to the occult & psychic phenomena--and also like Houdini, I remain mostly unconvinced, seeing in so-called "Manifestations" little more than manipulation & false mirrors & false memories & serpentine smoke disguising all the shoddy props but fading in the light of common sense. It was with this fairly closed mindset that I read the Introduction. I came to immediate attention at this comment: ...So what, then, really is a human personality, and what so much the limits of its powers, as a full, unrealized extent of them? [P. 3]

Two correspondences immediately entered my fragile head: DAIMONIC REALITY and SETH SPEAKS. I write this not to suggest subject redundancy, but to impress upon the reader the type of pan-psychic (psychological) connection ORIGINS invokes.

To summarize these works: DAIMONIC REALITY argues for the existence of an inner reality just as real & authentic as the external world. This is the reality of unconscious mind, but in its active 24/7 existence & based on, or spilling over into what Jung called The Collective Unconscious. This flipside of common reality is neither black nor white--or gray either for that fact. Just where this consciousness can be physically located is one of the tantalizing subjects of ORIGINS.

The content of ORIGINS is perfectly aligned with the ideas presented in DAIMONIC REALITY; that is, the philosophy is a perfect fit. Author Stan Gooch is even more critical of the Jane Roberts material than I am--and that's saying a lot. However, I seem to remember finding a great deal of intellectual inspiration in Robert's first book SETH SPEAKS, but it's been aeons since I read the material & heaven knows what state my own consciousness was in at that historic place in time. I just remember really relating to the idea presented in SETH SPEAKS that the mundane personality is just the tip of a multidimensional iceberg-like Entity.

As a psychological researcher, Stan Gooch's main intent in this work is to (1) demonstrate the actual, living presence of unconscious reality & how it affects the awake or conscious personality, and (2) how that reality translates into the common (yet profound) experiences classified as psychic phenomena. Not an easy task to illustrate, but the author most definitely succeeds.

Stan Gooch has written a number of books, and I have seen them referenced (I really like the title THE DREAM CULTURE OF THE NEANDERTHAL), but have not read them yet. Judging from ORIGINS this is my summation of his abilities: He excellently explains the intricacies of the Science of Psychology. In fact, I enjoy his writing most when he addressees the specifics of the relationship between clinical psychology and Psychic Phenomena.

ORIGINS OF PSYCHIC PHENOMENA provides an alternative approach to subjects held as sacrosanct by the new True Believers.

What I find amazing is that ORIGINS really doesn't negate the existence of psychic phenomena. On the contrary, the book interprets the experience from a valid psychological perspective. If anything, ORIGINS OF PSYCHIC PHENOMENA gives a new life & vitality to the continued investigation of the subject. The book dispels the antiquated, externalized view of the phenomena and replaces it with an internalized, psychological mode that validates the reality of psychic phenomena, while at the same time affirming the depth of the individual psyche--the House of the Soul.

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Hugifyn
The Origins of Psychic Phenomena, originally released as Creatures from Inner Space, is another fabulous book by Stan Gooch that reveals the treasure trove of the human brain and its mischievous workings. One example is the haunted house; a house can only be haunted when there is someone in it, an empty house is an un-haunted one, we carry our ghosts with us and are capable of all sorts of mental projections. Gooch takes a rational approach to all of these baffling phenomena that never kills the excitement of his conclusions. He also has a personal style of writing that carries you along with him to such a degree that the discoveries made seem like a shared venture as they become unravelled. The Origins of Psychic Phenomena is a deep and harrowing probe into the psychology of the human species that rises to the challenge of its extraordinary content and treats it with humanity.
This author claims to have a positive personal supernatural experience but relegates all other cases he cites as being of mental illness. How odd! Stan Gooch claims be a progressive thinker who first starts off by saying that modern scientists cannot deny the claims of psychic phenomena, but then crafts every chapter with skepticism in cases where he does a complete about-face and casually dismisses them all as being manifestations of different forms of mental illness! That is outright intellectual dishonesty! Gooch tries to explain how these unsolved cases are part of human biological sicknesses originating from human biological/mental defects. Unadulterated psycho-babble!

Has it never occurred to the author that the serious cases he cites as examples all need exorcisms? No, as a God-denying atheist, he has totally eliminated that possibility because he hates religion. Like all other modern atheist doctors who deny the existence of the supernatural and hate religious solutions, he washes off his hands of these cases that he can't and refuse to solve by allowing the victims to languish in pain. So much for the loony medical profession these days! The modern skeptic is thus left with pill-popping as the only solution to whatever ills he can't and won't be able to explain and accept. Maybe these are what modern "parapsychologists" do these days, they all pose as "believing investigators" but turn up as skeptics with pet theories on cases they don't even personally experience and can't accept a reality outside a framework they can't explain. They then conclude that the cause of all psychic phenomena is that of hallucination or mental illness on the part of the victim who experiences it. What a strange form of logic from modern "investigators" who claim to be impartial and "intellectual"!

This deplorable book is NOT at all a solutions provider.

Save your money, this book is not worth buying or keeping.
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