Experiments in Nocturnal Extrasensory Perception
by Montague Ullman, M.D. and Stanley Krippner, Ph.D. with Alan Vaughan
Foreword by Gardner Murphy
Dr. Montague Ullman is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. Dr. Stanley Krippner is a psychologist. Together they headed the dream research team at the dream laboratory in Maimonides Medical Center in New York City, where, over a ten-year period, they conducted pioneering scientific experiments in telepathic dreaming. Dream Telepathy, first published in 1973, is the story of those experiments.
The team investigated how one person could transfer thoughts to another while the second person was sleeping, thereby influencing the second person’s dreams. And, in fact, experiments with more than 100 subjects over several years demonstrated a significant relationship between what was “sent” and what was “received.”
This groundbreaking book offers the first laboratory evidence that our dreams can be affected by the thoughts of distant people. In addition to the mind-to-mind connections of dream telepathy, this book presents two pioneering papers by researcher Charles Honorton, showing strong laboratory evidence of dreams foretelling the future. Dr. Louisa Rhine has written that these precognitive dreams are the most common source of ESP in the average person’s life.
Dream Telepathy includes descriptions of the experimental studies themselves and also a section on the theoretical implications of their findings. As Gardner Murphy said in his foreword, this book “takes a giant step into the unknown.”
You can purchase this book at Amazon online
ISBN: 1-57174-321-9. Softcover. 304 pages
Series: Studies in Consciousness
Publisher: Hampton Roads Pub Co Inc; 2nd edition (June 1, 2003)