Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), No. 3, pp. 284–299
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.284

Editorial: To the Heart of the Matter – Carl Gustav Jung, Synchronicity, and the Struggle with Empirical Data

Gerhard Mayer


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), No. 3, pp. 300–325
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.300

RSPK 4.0: When Ghosts Get out of Line

Sarah Pohl, Walter von Lucadou


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), No. 3, pp. 326–346
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.326

Predicting the Stock Market: An Associative Remote Viewing Study

Maximilian Müller, Laura Müller, Marc Wittmann


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), No. 3, pp. 347–363
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.347

Anomalous Experiences Reported by Nurses: A Study Examining Personality, Perceptual and Cognitive Factors

Alejandro Parra


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), No. 3, pp. 364–390
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.364

Elements in Change. 200 Years of Transmutation Research: Louis Kervran and His Predecessors

Stephan Krall


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), No. 3, pp. 391–419
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.391

Ethnology and Anomalistics: A Comparison of Science Culture(s)

Hannes Leuschner


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), No. 3, pp. 420–467
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.420

“It is all so strangely intertwined”: A Discussion Between Hans Bender and Carl Gustav Jung About Synchronicity in 1960

Uwe Schellinger, Marc Wittmann, Andreas Anton


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), No. 3, pp. 468–470
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.468

Continued Discussions on Previous Papers

Re the paper by Michael Nahm, “I See Something you Don’t See” or How (not) to Know Higher Worlds? An Excursus on Rudolf Steiner’s “Spiritual Science”, Zeitschrift für Anomalistik, 19 (2019), pp. 189–212

  • Ulrich Magin: Rudolf Steiner: What inspired him, whom he inspired

Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), No. 3, pp. 471–486
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.471

Essay Review
Conspiracy Theories Between Illusion and Reality

Andreas Anton, Alan Schink


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), No. 3, pp. 487–539
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.487

Book Reviews

  • Roger C. Nelson (2019). Connected: The Emergence of Global Consciousness
    Reviewer: Nemo C. Mörck
  • Darryl Caterine & John W. Morehead (Hrsg.) (2019). The Paranormal and Popular Culture: A Postmodern Religious Landscape
    Reviewer: Meret Fehlmann
  • Michael Schetsche, Andreas Anton (2019). Die Gesellschaft der Außerirdischen: Einführung in die Exosoziologie
    Reviewer: Karim Akerma
  • Sebastian von Kleist (2019). Encuentros con extraterrestres en Chile 1927–2017
    Reviewer: Ulrich Magin
  • Martin Shough mit Wim van Utrecht (2019). Redemption of the Damned: Vol. 1. Aerial Phenomena. A Centennial Re-evaluation of Charles Fort’s ‘Book of the Damned’
    Reviewer: Ulrich Magin
  • Samantha Hurn (Hrsg.) (2017). Anthropology and Cryptozoology: Exploring encounters with mysterious creatures
    Reviewer: Gerhard Mayer
  • Vera Maria (2017). Die unheimliche Magie der Psychose: Eine Erfahrung
    Reviewer: Sarah Pohl
  • Gerd H. Hövelmann & Hans Michels (Hrsg.) (2017). Legitimacy of Unbelief. The Collected Papers of Piet Hein Hoebens
    Reviewer: Eberhard Bauer
  • Andreas Anton (2018). Das Paranormale im Sozialismus: Zum Umgang mit heterodoxen Wissensbeständen, Erfahrungen und Praktiken in der DDR
    Reviewer: Helmut Pfaff