“‘Psyche’ means “soul” in Greek, and “psychology” literally means ‘the study of the soul’. The one thing academic Psychology does not do is study the Soul. Everything else but.”
– Jerry Kroth, Assoc. Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Santa Clara University, California.

When working with hypnosis and altered states of consciousness it soon becomes very apparent that there are qualities, abilities and forces at work that mainstream psychology simply refuses to accept. Telepathy, precognitive experiences, past lives and many other areas are often treated with derision and scorn because of academic psychologies refusal to accept these experiences and abilities as part of the fundamental makeup of what it is to human.

psyche-exileAs with all of the other academic sciences Psychology, in many regards, has lost its way, or at the very least been taken in the wrong direction. It too, along with other mainstream sciences have become stuck in the outdated, dogmatic reductionist model of attempted understanding, as J.R.R. Tolkien put it “He that breaks a thing to find out what it is has left the path of wisdom.”

In the following lecture, Professor Emeritus of Psychology Jerry Kroth from Santa Clara University, California lays out the case admirably . . . an insider speaking out.

(For further detailed information on some of the issues raised by Jerry Kroth on extrasensory abilities go to the Physic Abilities page.)

So if the weight of evidence is clearly in favor of these ‘extra sensory’ experiences being not only very real but very common why are they treated with such a dismissive attitude? Is it simply a case that psychologists all over the World are stuck in their dogmatic Newtonian paradigm or is there a deeper and darker agenda at work here? Could it be that the powers that organise and direct our society are taking deliberate steps to keep this new understanding from the younger generations moving through the educational system?

Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt is an American freelance writer who served as the Senior Policy Adviser in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education who having identified what was really going on in education in the US and Globally became a tireless campaigner revealing the real agenda of the Education system, its methods, goals and ambitions. More information can be found here.

My research has satisfied me that Psychology and Education are far from alone in their efforts to suppress new and exciting discoveries being made, in every sphere of Science, from the general public. One very graphic example is in the world of Physics & Meta-physics.


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