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111. Memory Structure Of Autistic Idiot Savants [Science Frontiers Website]
... factor in mnemonists was independent of IQ; also, data of special interest to the subjects were stored in their memories in categorized form. (O'Connor, N., and Hermelin, B.; "The Memory Structure of Idiot-Savant Mnemonists," British Journal of Psychology, 80:97, 1989.) Comment. Psychological studies like the one reported above often do not emphasize the fantastic mental capabilities of idiot-savants. It is apparent that at least some human brains have mental capabilities far beyond and/or radically different from what ... needed for survival. What is evolution's purpose here? From Science Frontiers #66, NOV-DEC 1989.© 1989-2000 William R. Corliss Other Sites of Interest SIS. Catastrophism, archaeoastronomy, ancient history, mythology and astronomy. Lobster. The journal of intelligence and political conspiracy (CIA, FBI, JFK, MI5, NSA, etc) Homeworking.com. Free resource for people thinking about working at home. ABC dating and personals. For people looking for relationships. Place your ad free. ...
112. Miscellaneous [Pensee]
... looks as if, while part of their spirit was asking for more light, another part had been crying out for more darkness. The History of Science is a relative newcomer on the scene and the biographers of its Cromwells and Napoleons are as yet little concerned with psychology; their heroes are mostly represented as reasoning-machines on austere marble pedestals, in a manner long outdated in the mellower branches of historiography --probably on the assumption that in the case of a Philosopher of Nature, unlike that of a statesman or conqueror, character and personality ... most likely explanation, although somewhat implausible, especially as relevant measurements have been made over a 50-year period, whereas geophysical measurements of sea-floor spreading relate to million-year time scales." SCIENTISTS AND MEN. "I have been interested, for a long time, in the psychological process of discovery as the most concise manifestation of man's creative faculty --and in that converse process that blinds him towards truths which, once perceived by a seer, become so heartbreakingly obvious. Now this blackout shutter operates not only in the 'ignorant and superstitious masses' ...
113. THE BURNING OF TROY: PART TWO: GEOLOGICAL ISSUES: CHAPTER FOURTEEN: ATHENS QUAKES* [Quantavolution Website]
... class B movie setting of a city struck by plague. The Athenians who took flight behaved like true Spartans. These doughty ancient warriors, who flinched at no army whatever, would invariably be sent flying home at the rumble of an earthquake. It amounted to a psychological complex. The Hebrews, for instance, had the reverse complex. They might actually time their assaults with shaking of their enemies as witness the battle of Jericho where Joshua's men paraded around the town until the walls came tumbling down and they might rush through the ... fears that can turn quickly into panic. But, in the crisis itself, prompt and full information and advice should be the policy. Much can be on ready-to-play tapes to begin with, approved, say, by a parliamentary commission engineers, political scientists, social psychologists, and seismic scientist. The same commission could be convened immediately upon the emergency to oversee the diffusion of instructions; if the commission holds public confidence, it can lessen the dangers of panic and of senseless orders. The problems are so grave, in sum ...
114. How Ndes Differ From Obes [Science Frontiers Website]
... : Fall 1981 Issue Contents Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues This Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects How Ndes Differ From Obes NDEs (Near-Death Experiences) and OBEs (Out-of-the-Body Experiences) are rather common altered states of consciousness that are now the subject of considerable psychological research and public interest. OBEs, where one feels detached from his body and may even view it from afar, occur to many people who are not near death. Yet, the two phenomena have many features in common; so many that some psychologists have ... that NDEs have no unique features at all. Gabbard et al have examined hundreds of experiences of both kinds and support the contention that none of the curious features of the NDE are the exclusive province of the NDE. They go a step further, however, by trying to separate NDEs and OBEs statistically. The following experiences occur significantly more often in NDEs: (1) Noises are heard early in the scenario; (2) The sensation of travelling through a tunnel; (3) The physical body is seen from a ...
115. Omnibus [SIS C&C Review $]
... archetypal motif of the collective unconscious, offers a psycho-biological alignment which may be trace to catastrophism". iv. That the origins of Myth and Religion can only be explained by reference to catastrophism and "the reactions of the human psyche". v. That the psychology of fear and terror evident in ancient regimes and still at root of the thinking of the UN, and the projection of guilt feelings, e.g. on to the Jews, have their origin in a violent, merciless cosmos. vi. That the symptoms of ... future issues are expected to be 45 to 65 pages in length. The Journal denies any connection with the dormant Pensée, a statement which appears reasonable in view of the content of the contribution; the subject matter seems to be veering strongly towards the humanities and the psychological aspects of investigation in this field. The Editorial Board of the newcomer is headed by Lewis M. Greenberg (Associated Professor of Art History and Chairman of the Department of Art History and Social Sciences, Moore College of Art, Philadelphia), Warner B. ...
116. THE DEVINE SUCCESSION: PART II. THEOTROPY: CHAPTER [Quantavolution Website]
... their own turn when they write. Such is the case with Meister Eckhart, St. Theresa of Avila, or of Vedanta, Gnosticism, Quakerism, Zen Buddhism, or Sufism; or of the pure symbolists and the occult. Still, laid in the depth psychology of the present work and concealed by its positivistic style are paths that a mystic might perhaps follow in exploring the divine within oneself. End of The Divine Succession TABLE OF CONTENTS Quantavolution.Org E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org ... for the physical evidence of quantavolution and disaster, Chaos and Creation, The Lately Tortured Earth, and Solaria Binaria; for the anthropological and mythological ambiance of religion, Homo Schizo I, God's Fire, and The Disastrous Love Affair of Moon and Mars; for the psychological, Homo Schizo II, as well as the foregoing. My exposition adopts the format of ordinary language, the structure of whose utterances must be systematic and conventional. Hence the form of communication renders obscure the meanings of mystics, already beset by the problem in ...
117. Horus Vol. 1 No. 3 Fall, 1985 Contents [Horus $]
... and other subjects related to ancient conceptions of natural and human history. Contents HORUS Introduces the ISCBM Board of Directors Can Psychoanalysis Be A Science? An Introduction to Velikovsky.. David Griffard An Interview for Television with Immanuel Velikovsky.. Don Riggs Historical Paradise and Collective Psychology.. Richard Heinberg Investigating the Mound Builders' Astronomy.. F. Glenn Graham HORUScope...more Myths, Monuments, and Mnemonics; A Solstice Visit to Machu Picchu.. David Griffard Horustic II Charles Raspil Assistant Editor: William Douglas Subscription: $15.00 ... the Study of Collective Behavior and Memory is a non-profit, tax exempt organisation whose general purpose is to pursue research into ancient rituals, cosmologies, myths and legends, monuments and temples, symbols, systems of abstract and applied knowledge, and other clues to the early psychological history of mankind. A range of discoveries over the past few years has opened new lines of interpretation and suggested fascinating alternatives to the traditional concepts of the ancient world. We invite all with similar interests to join us in the effort by becoming a member. ...
118. Horus Vol. 2 No. 1 Winter, 1986 Contents [Horus $]
... and September) featuring articles on archaeoastronomy, myths, rituals, symbols, and other subjects related to ancient conceptions of natural and human history. Contents A Conversation with Barry (recorded April 1985) Collective Behaviorism and Ancient Astronomy.. David Griffard Four Faces of Collective Psychology.. Jerry Kroth Solar Eclipses and the Historical Record.. Charles Raspil On Number as Artifact (Part I).. Fred Fisher Solution to Horustic II Charles Raspil Cover quote: "I sent forth my messengers to the country of Atika... ... the Study of Collective Behavior and Memory is a non-profit, tax exempt organisation whose general purpose is to pursue research into ancient rituals, cosmologies, myths and legends, monuments and temples, symbols, systems of abstract and applied knowledge, and other clues to the early psychological history of mankind. A range of discoveries over the past few years has opened new lines of interpretation and suggested fascinating alternatives to the traditional concepts of the ancient world. We invite all with similar interests to join us in the effort by becoming a member. ...
119. Glossolalia: Possible Origins [Science Frontiers Website]
... ) in glossolalia. Glossolalia, therefore, seems likely to be a type of learned behavior rather than a special altered state of mind. (Spanos, Nicholas P., et al; "Glossolalia as Learned Behavior: An Experimental Demonstration," Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 95:21, 1986.) From Science Frontiers #51, MAY-JUN 1987.© 1987-2000 William R. Corliss Other Sites of Interest SIS. Catastrophism, archaeoastronomy, ancient history, mythology and astronomy. Lobster. The journal of intelligence and political conspiracy ... Science Frontiers ONLINE No. 51: May-Jun 1987 Issue Contents Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues This Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Glossolalia: possible origins N.P. Spanos et al begin their article with a neat encapsulation of the status of psychological research into glossolalia: "Glossolalia (i.e., speaking in tongues) is vocalization that sounds languagelike but is devoid of semantic meaning or syntax. In the Christian tradition this vocalization pattern is associated with the ideas of possession by the Holy Spirit and communication with God through prayer ...
120. 'Worlds in Collision' and the Birth of Monotheism [SIS C&C Review $]
... important part to play. This point may be clarified by an analogy with the development of the individual psyche. It was Freud who showed the part played by traumatic experiences in the development of the individual personality. Freud might even be called the "catastrophist" of psychology. Some traumatic experiences have to be undergone by everyone in the process of growing up; for example, the trauma of birth and the trauma of being weaned. These traumatic experiences involve the shock of separation from the mother. In the Bible, the birth ... to the Israelite invasion of Palestine. Both were made possible by the conditions of catastrophe, but they were inspired by diametrically opposite philosophies; so much so, that Jewish tradition regards the Amalekites as the archetypal enemies of Judaism (8). There are some important psychological aspects of the matter which should not be overlooked. Velikovsky has drawn attention to what he called the "collective amnesia" by which humanity repressed the memory of the great catastrophe. But the significant exception to this collective amnesia was the people of Israel, the ...
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