Mitch Horowitz is going to give a one-hour + walking tour of the occult influences/designs behind Grand Central Station. Mitch wrote “Occult America,” and he’s the vice-president and editor-in-chief at Tarcher/Penguin, a division of Penguin books that is dedicated to metaphysical literature. You have to hurry for this one. As of this writing, there’s only one spot left for this Sunday’s tour and five spots for the one in May.
The second cool thing is an online course offered by the Rhine Research Center titled, An Introduction to Parapsychology, and taught by Dr. Nancy Zingrone, with a guest lecture by a prominent parapsychologist. The course will be held from April 29th to June 17th. From the course description:
“Dr. Nancy Zingrone will present a series of seven (7) online classes to introduce students to the basics of parapsychology; the scientific study of paranormal experiences. This interesting course will use case studies and experiments to explore extrasensory perception (ESP), psychokinesis (mind over matter), near death and out of body experiences, apparitions (including ghosts), and modern research in parapsychology. Students taking this course will gain a deeper understanding of subjective paranormal experiences and the nature of consciousness, and learn that there are a variety of ways to explore these fascinating experiences.”