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The name of a number of esoteric and New Age periodicals. Among them are Pathways, a British directory which provides a concise listing of New Age and psi events, organizations, periodicals, and meetings in England. It is published quarterly at 16 Great Ormond St., London, WC1N 3RB, England.

Pathways Journal is a quarterly publication of "ideas concerning personal and social transformation." Each issue includes a directory of services and events and book reviews. It is issued by the Yes Educational Society, P.O. Box 5719, Takoma Park, MD 20912.

A second Pathways Journal is a quarterly publication edited by B. C. Jaegers, head of the State Licensed Psychic Detective Bureau, P.O. Box 24571, Creve Coeur, MO 63141.

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path·way / ˈpa[unvoicedth]ˌwā/ • n. a way that constitutes or serves as a path. ∎  Physiol. a route, formed by a chain of nerve cells, along which impulses of a particular kind usually travel. ∎  (also metabolic pathway) Biochem. a sequence of chemical reactions undergone by a compound or class of compounds in a living organism.

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