My sights were set on parapsycholigical research in 1977 at Mesa College by the dean of the psych dept.when I was a psych major. A part of Stanford's Stargate program. I used the Navy for Carte Blanche travel in the world for 24 years and always kept this in the back of my mind as I experimented with MK. I studied at the Edgar Cayce Institute library for a few years when I was in Virginia Beach and Norfolk, and they would send me books free when I was overseas. I wonder if they still have that beautiful library. I noticed no mention of it on their web page and since I found no reference I didn't rejoin a few years ago. I used to browse there quite a bit in the library. I had the dean's reading list at that time and delved out from there. This has been an interest of mine for many years...
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