Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. 6–11
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.6

Editorial: Förderung von Austausch und Diskussion
Editorial: Promoting Exchange and Discussion

Gerhard Mayer


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. S. 12–51
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.12

Informational Psi: Collapsing the Problem Space of Psi Phenomena 

Sonali Bhatt Marwaha, Edwin C. May

Prerelease information about this article


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. 52–72
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.52

Comments to „Informational Psi: Collapsing the Problem Space of Psi Phenomena“

  • Hartmut Grote: A Brief Commentary on IΨ
  • Walter von Lucadou: Neither Causal nor Information – Psi Always Slips Away and yet is Powerful
  • Michael Nahm: Assessing the Problem Space of Precognition: Can it be the Only Form of Psi? A Commentary on the Multiphasic Model of Informational Psi
  • Dean Radin: Yes, But What is New?
  • Hartmann Römer: Remarks on Informational Psi

Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. 73–112
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.73

Response from the Authors
Signals: A Mechanism To Understand Psi Phenomena

Sonali Bhatt Marwaha, Edwin C. May


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. 113–139
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.113

The Caravel Project:
The Location, Description, and Reconstruction of Marine Sites Through Remote Viewing, Including Comparison With Aerial Photography, Geological Coring, and Electronic Remote Sensing

Stephan A. Schwartz, Randall J. De Mattei, Roger C. Smith


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. 140–150
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.140

Opinion Essay
Random Coincidence or Psi: What Are the Odds?

Henry H. Bauer


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. 151–171
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.151

The Significance of Autoscopies as a Time Marker for the Occurrence of Near-Death Experiences

Michael Nahm, Adrian Weibel


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. 172–188
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.172

The Problem of Fraud in Parapsychology

Chris A. Roe


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. 189–212
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.189

“I See Something you Don’t See” or
How (not) to Know Higher Worlds?
An Excursus on Rudolf Steiner’s “Spiritual Science”

Michael Nahm


Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. 213–214
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.213

Continued Discussions on Previous Papers

Re the book review from Uwe Schellinger on Angelos Tanagras: My Memoirs – A Collection of Short Stories, edited by Fotini Pallikari, Zeitschrift für Anomalistik, 18 (2018), pp. 356–360

  • Fotini Pallikari: Important clarifications and corrections to the review of the book by Fotini Pallikari Angelos Tanagras: My Memoirs – A Collection of Short Stories (2017)

Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. 215–248
DOI: 10.23793/zfa.2019.215

Book Reviews

  • Theresa Cheung, Julia Mossbridge (2019). Der Zukunftscode: Wie die Neurowissenschaft Vorhersagen erklären kann
    Rezensent: Marc Wittmann
  • Heiner Schwenke (Hrsg.)(2018). Jenseits des Vertrauten: Facetten transzendenter Erfahrungen
    Rezensent: Michael Nahm
  • Imants Barušs, Julia Mossbridge (2017). Transcendent Mind: Rethinking the Science of Consciousness
    Rezensent: Gerhard Mayer
  • Alex Tanous, Elaine Schwinge, Andrew Bambrick (2019). Psi in Psychotherapy: Conventional & Nonconventional Healing of Mental Illness
    Rezensentin: Sarah Pohl
  • Louis Proud (2019). Borderland Phenomena Volume One: Spontaneous Combustion, Poltergeistry and Anomalous Lights
    Rezensent: Ulrich Magin
  • Ulrich Magin (2016). Geheimnisse des Saarlandes
    Rezensent: Peter Ehret
  • Harald Walach (2018). Heilung kommt von innen: Selbstverantwortung für die eigene Gesundheit übernehmen
    Rezensent: Florian G. Mildenberger

Zeitschrift für Anomalistik 19 (2019), Nos. 1+2, pp. 249–257

Abstract Service

Gerhard Mayer