Got ESP? Join the “PSI Games” in Durham NC on July 28

Instructor-led Zener Test during PSI Games. Source: Rhine Research Center, Durham NC.
Instructor-led Zener Test during PSI Games. Source: Rhine Research Center, Durham NC.

** Updated with new date**

Ever wondered about your ESP ability? Come for a unique event at the Rhine Research Institute and you may find out more about extrasensory perception, psychic abilities, and if you have a sixth sense during their upcoming PSI Games.

The PSI Games offers a chance to test your ESP in an informal group setting with curious, like-minded people. Rhine colleagues will lead participants through a variety of ESP games over the course of the evening:

  • Try Zener cards
  • Join an exercise in Remote Viewing of hidden target pictures
  • Tour the Rhine to see vintage ESP testing equipment
  • Participate in an actual Spoon Bending Party (spoons provided)

The PSI Games take place on Friday, July 28, 2017 — that’s the new date — from 7pm to 9pm in the Alex Tanous Library located in The Rhine Research Center, 2741 Campus Walk Avenue, Durham NC.

The fee for admission is $25, discounted to $15 for Rhine members and students.

If you’re interested in attending and taking part in the PSI Games, register on the Rhine website. Space is limited. Tickets may still be available at the door, but advance registration is recommended.

Can you predict when the PSI Games event will be full? If not, be sure to register soon!

Questions? Call 919.309.4600.

 

Ed. Note: Rescheduled from original date of August 11.

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