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International Association for Psychotronic Research

International Association for Psychotronic Research

Publishers of reports, bulletins, newsletters, and a journal concerned with psychotronics defined as the mutual interactions of consciousness, energy, and matter. The association brought together individuals conducting experimental research and applied studies in interactions between living organisms and their internal and external environments and the energetic processes underlying their manifestations.

Originally based in Ontario, Canada, the association moved to Czechoslovakia in the 1980s. Last known address: c/o Association Internationale de Recherche Psychotronique, V Chaloupkach 59, HLoubetin, CS-194 01 Prague 9, Czech Republic.

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Association Internationale de Recherche Psychotronique (International Association for Psychotronic Research)

Association Internationale de Recherche Psychotronique (International Association for Psychotronic Research)

Founded in 1973 to study psychotronics, the relationship of man to the universe, interaction with other physical bodies and matter, and fields of energy, known or unknown. The association publishes biennial multilingual Proceedings. Address: V Chaloupkach 59, Hloubetin, CS-194 01 Prague 9, Czech Republic.

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