Funds Raised Support Durham-based Parapsychology Research
The Rhine Research Center “Spring Benefit” on March 24, 2018 features a special presentation by John B. Alexander, PhD. Doors open at 7pm, with the benefit running until 10pm.
Join this celebration and show support for this unique organization that is a valuable part of the community. The evening will include a chance to hear about new research initiatives, upcoming activities, and interesting changes at the Rhine in 2018.
Activities will include a special talk by John Alexander, a former high ranking military officer who has traveled the world doing research and searching for PSI activities in different cultures. His previous research included explorations of animal communication, UFOs, Remote Viewing, and Near-Death Experiences. His most recent book, Reality Denied: Firsthand Experiences with Things that Can’t Happen…. But Did, exposes the flaws in common scientific dogma and provides insight into experiences that defy explanation.
This special event will be held at The Episcopal Center at Duke University, 505 Alexander Avenue, Durham, North Carolina.
A reception with wine and light snacks will follow the presentations.
There are several participation choices for this March 24 fundraiser:
- Supporters are greatly appreciated and will enjoy all of the activities on Saturday evening. Fee is $45.
- Sponsors provide much needed support to the Rhine and will have access to reserved seating on the night of the event. Fee is $95.
- Gold Circle participants provide the highest level of support to the Rhine. Fee is $150.
See details and register on this Rhine Research Center web page. With questions, call 919.309.4600.
The Rhine Research Center is a 503(c) nonprofit organization that is primarily funded through memberships and donations. Whether attending the Spring Benefit or not, all are invited to become a member of the Rhine Research Center or make a donation at www.rhine.org. All donations are tax deductible and will be used to conduct research, provide education, or support the daily operations of the center. The Rhine’s daily activities are supported by memberships and donations. Make a one time donation or become a sustainer to provide support for the Rhine and its research work in the field of parapsychology.
Guest Speaker Bio
John B. Alexander, PhD. is a retired senior Army officer with decades of experience with a wide range of phenomena. Traveling to all seven continents he has encountered events that defy common explanations.
He has met with shamans in the Amazon, the Himalayas, the Andes, East and West Africa, and Northern Mongolia. In Tonga, he dived in open ocean with humpback whales, and was involved with telepathic experiments with wild dolphins in the Bahamas. The world-famous Dr. Elizabeth Kübler-Ross headed his doctoral committee.
A psychic adventurer, he practiced psychokinesis metal bending, fire-walking, and caused a white crow to fly for the National Academy of Sciences. A founding board member of IRVA, he is a past-president of IANDS, and former SSE councilor.
Straddling two worlds he is also retired from Los Alamos National Laboratory, and served on studies with the National Research Council, Army Science Board, the Council on Foreign Relations, NATO, and was a senior fellow of a DoD university.
Source: Susan Freeman, Rhine Research Center