Jeffrey Mishlove's career has been guided by dreams, synchronicities, mystical states and their philosophical implications. He has consistently encouraged others to pay attention to these processes in their own lives. Jeffrey has the distinction of holding a doctoral diploma in Parapsychology, which is the only such diploma ever awarded by an accredited, American University. He is also past president of the California Society for Psychical Study and past vice-president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology.
Jeffrey has also helped to create a new institution of higher education called 'The University of Philosophical Research' that has recently been approved by the State of California to offer a distant learning masters degree in Consciousness Studies. He serves as the dean of programs for this college, and also teaches the course in parapsychology.
Jeffrey Mishlove spoke about parapsychology, metaphysics and intuition, as well as the case of Ted Owens, the "PK Man," who claimed to have telekinetic powers. First hour guest, researcher, author and newspaper reporter, Linda Godfrey, shared an update on man-wolf sightings in America. ... More »Host: George Noory
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 5/26/99 when Art was joined by Jeffrey Mishlove to discuss a variety of issues including consciousness, prayer, the Big Bang theory, cloning, and the search for ET life. ... More »Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Jeffrey Mishlove, Director of the Intuition Network, shared his new research on afterlife communications. Evidence for the survival of consciousness after death comes from a variety of sources, he said, which include apparitions, mediums, NDEs, reincarnation cases, and EVPs. "Cross-correspondence," where several different mediums all receive messages from a deceased person is a particularly strong indicator, he noted. In fact, Mishlove said the late parapsychologist Elizabeth Targ had contacted several people since her death, including himself. (The subject of Targ's afterlife communications will be addressed at this weekend's Summer Solstice conference in Las Vegas hosted by the Intuition Network.) Mishlove also discussed an unusual case known as the "The Watseka Wonder," which occurred in Illinois in the late 1800's, and concerned a deceased 10-year old girl, who took over the body of another girl for a number of months. Further details are here (scroll down). Mishlove said ... More »Host: George Noory
Wednesday night's main guest and president of Intuition Network (intuition.org), Jeffrey Mishlove (mishlove.com), is heading a new social movement for Psychic Liberation. "The time has come to begin to look at ignorance, fear and discrimination with regards to our psychic abilities," he declared. Mishlove went on to explain that all people have psychic potential. "Everybody [should] feel encouraged to cultivate their own inner intuitive abilities," he said. Further, all people have the power to heal through what he calls Distant Mental Influence. Mishlove concluded, "If people all knew that they had the power to send positive thoughts to other people, to heal each other and to heal our planet, we could begin to really make a difference." ... More »Host: George Noory
Parapsychologists Jeffrey Mishlove (Thinking Allowed), and James Spottiswoode (jsasoc.com) appeared together on Thursday's night show to discuss an experiment in precognition that has been yielding startling results. In the human mind there may be an "extraordinary effect that's coming back from the future and affecting the brain earlier in time," said Spottiswoode. Their next such experiment will be held in Los Angeles on March 2nd. The experiment involves measuring arousal levels via skin conductor responses, as subjects listen on headphones to sporadic bursts of sound. What the studies have revealed is that there is a statistically significant response that occurs approximately three seconds before the sound is heard, as if the person's body were reacting to the blast before it actually came. "It could be that consciousness in some sense is de-localized, spread outâ€¦so it moves a little bit ahead, a little bit behind physical time," Spottiswoode conjectured. This short te ... More »Host: George Noory
Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D., a respected parapsychologist and host of the popular public television program Thinking Allowed, analyzes correspondence, interviews, newspaper reports, and testimonies of observers to probe the troubling nature and remarkable life of "the world's greatest psychic," Ted Owens. ... More »Host: Art Bell