Darryl Caterine is a scholar and professor of comparative religion, who has been studying the history of the paranormal in America for over a decade. Darryl's research methods combine ethnography, anthropology, and theology to better understand the meaning of religion as it is actually practiced and lived by ordinary people today. Through his research, Darryl found that the various theories of the paranormal reflect the emergence of an entirely unprecedented understanding of the cosmos -- one that many modern people have been unable to find in either mainstream religions or science.
In the first half, Prof. Darryl Caterine talked about theories and patterns of the paranormal, as well as his journeys to study various groups such as spiritualists at Lily Dale, dowsers in Vermont, and UFO believers in Roswell. In the latter half, Rupert Sheldrake, discussed his work on the extended mind and human intuitive abilities including telephone telepathy, and how dogs know their owners are coming home. ... More »Host: George Noory