John Kruth at Monroe Institute on Rhine: Oldest Parapsychology Lab in USA | Apr. 30, 2018


John Kruth, executive director of the Rhine Research Center, presented at The Monroe Institute Professional Seminar on "The Power of Place: Studies at the Rhine Research Center."

The Rhine is the oldest operating parapsychology lab in the country. The first academic lab to develop a formal method for examining psi phenomena, the Rhine became an important destination for people experiencing psi or who were interested in exploring psi phenomena through the lens of science.

In this talk, John gives an overview of ongoing research at the Rhine including projects that reveal how location and place might be developed or hold information that will influence future psi activity at that site.

John's 20+ years of professional technology experience and 8+ years as a professional researcher provide him unique insight into the integration of technology and parapsychological research. His studies include explorations into psychic healing, the energy behind psychokinesis, poltergeist activity and other unconscious effects on electronic devices, measurements of biophotons (ultraviolet light) from energy healers, applications of remote viewing for investments, and updating traditional psi testing methods to take advantage of 21st century technology and science. John has contributed to numerous publications and has spoken at many professional conferences.
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