Click here for more information about the online forum. Starting at noon Eastern online on Wednesday the 20th of May, the forum will include Lisette Coly, Dr. Carlos S. Alvarado, and from the University of Northampton, Professor Chris Roe, Dr. Elizabeth Roxburgh, lecturer Cal Cooper, Research Assistant and Counsellor Rachel Evenden and Doctoral Candidate David Saunders. The Forum is free, all presentations will be recorded and available for the rest of the year. To enroll now click here. More information is coming on the PF Lyceum blog and elsewhere on this first-ever PF online event.
Click here to read the April 25th, 2015 Press Release announcing the upcoming visit of Dr. Chris Roe, his colleagues and students, to the Eileen J. Garrett Library in Greenport, and the appointment of Dr. James G. Matlock as the 4th Research Fellow of the Parapsychology Foundation.
Click here to read the January 5th, 2015 Press Release announcing the Parapsychology Foundation’s new Research Fellow program and the first three Research Fellows, Dr. Carlos S. Alvarado, Dr. Nancy L. Zingrone, and Dr. Kathy S. Dalton.
Click here to read Dr. Carlos S. Alvarado’s latest blog on the PF Lyceum website.
The PF’s own Film Archivist, Susan MacWilliam, is showing a new art installation at the Quad Gallery in Derby in England. The installation which is centered around her new film, An Answer is Expected, includes sculpture as well, and explores the work of J. B. Rhine and the early Parapsychology Laboratory at Duke University. Susan’s video works have been exhibited internationally and are held in the Drama and Literature Section of the British Library’s Sound Archive. In 2009 she represented Northern Ireland at the 53rd Venice Biennale with her solo show REMOTE VIEWING. Solo exhibitions include NN Contemporary Art, Northampton (2013); Open Space, Victoria, BC (2012); Gimpel Fils, London (2008); Jack The Pelican, New York (2008); Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin (2004); Cornerhouse, Manchester (2001) and Project Arts, Dublin (1997). Susan MacWilliam is a lecturer in Fine Art at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin.
For more information about An Answer is Requested go to the new PF Lyceum page, New from Susan MacWillam by clicking here.
The Journal of Scientific Exploration is publishing in their latest issue, an obituary written by PF former staff members and current volunteers, Drs. Carlos S. Alvarado and Nancy L. Zingrone. The obituary charts some of the details of Mrs. Coly’s very productive life at the helm of the Parapsychology Foundation. We are all grateful to the editorial staff of the Society for Scientific Exploration”s excellent journal for their interest in honoring the extraordinary life and work of Mrs. C. Check out the Parapsychology Foundation”s Facebook page for more information by clicking here. And if you”re not a Facebook follower of the Parapsychology Foundation, by all means, follow us. A month or so after Mrs. Coly passed away, through the largess of the Coly family, we published a number of wonderful photos of Mrs. Coly and her family, and the Foundation in the photo albums on the PF Facebook page.
Controlled Remote Viewing Classes Coming To The Eileen J. Garrett Library May 2 -4, 2014 Parapsychology Foundation will proudly host Controlled Remote Viewing Classes at the Eileen J. Garrett Library, 308 Front Street, Greenport, New York 10944 May 2-4, 2014. This three day course from 9 -5 will be taught by Lori Williams, Executive Director of Intuitive Specialists (http://www.intuitivespecialists.com ). Trained for 14 years under the tutelage of Lyn Buchanan (a longtime military CRV instructor and author of The Seventh Sense) Lori has worked professionally as a remote viewer in her own right and trained over 600 students from around the world. This comprehensive class ensures a high level of one-on-one instruction.
So if you are interested in learning how to get the most out of your intuitive abilities consider joining the class to study the Controlled Remote Viewing methodology designed to open a doorway to the subconscious mind, allowing for intuitive information to flow easily. Developed by Stanford Research Institute and utilized by the U.S. military for twenty years, CRV allows the viewer to separate psychic perceptions from the imagination and pollution that often hinders intuitive processes.
It goes without saying that we welcome the opportunity to greet you within the Foundation’s library on Long Island’s North Shore in Greenport accessible by Hampton Jitney Bus and Long Island Railroad. For more information call Lori Williams directly at 806 678-8582 with registration forms available at
A new blog called “Memorial for Eileen Coly (1916-2013)” has been published on the PF Lyceum Blog page. The blog contains the eulogies delivered at the memorial service on November 30th, 2013 by Lisette Coly, Sandra Miller, Anna Damalas, George Damalas, and Jane MacLean Craig. The previous blog, “In Memory of Eileen Coly,” published in November of 2013, written by former PF staff member and current volunteer, Dr. Carlos S. Alvarado, is also available on the PF Lyceum site.
EILEEN COLY PASSES AWAY AT AGE 97 Eileen Coly peacefully passed away in Manhattan at the age of 97 on November 18th, 2013. She served as President of the Parapsychology Foundation from 1970 until her retirement in 2011. She continued to share the founder, her mother Eileen J. Garrett’s vision for the Foundation which is to formulate a multi-disciplinary international approach to the study of psychic phenomena with an emphasis on scientific methodology and education.
Born and educated in England, traveling extensively with her mother the famed psychic and author, they were separated during World War II, during which she remained in England, surviving the London Blitz. Settling in the United States in 1947 she worked at Creative Age Press and “Tomorrow” Magazine before joining the Parapsychology Foundation in 1966. She is the recipient of the 2001 Parapsychological Association’s Outstanding Career Award “for her generous support and dedication to the science of parapsychology.”