MIND over MATTER
Walter and Mary Jo Uphoff
II Alan Neuman Films Masuaki.
Croiset locates a missing body
NBC-TV program which includes Masuaki Kiyota
Masuaki's mysterious disappearance.
III Continuing Correspondence
Excerpts from Masuaki's and Yoshinori Kiyota's letters
The guide Zenefu
The National Enquirer 's story on Masuaki
Masuaki's sketches and diagrams for reaching the Kiyota home
Twisted spoons and metal.
IV Tests with Twisted Spoons.
Torque tests at the University of Wisconsin
Comparisons of paranormally and mechanically twisted spoons
Opinions from L. J. Venne at ESCO Steel Co.
The "Geller effect" article in Metals and Materials
Bent files and twisted bimetal strips.
V Six Days in Tokyo
Mary Jo's diary
A Northwest-Orient Airlines' fork falls apart
Masuaki projects images on Polaroid and movie film
A double Statue of Liberty
27 seconds of images on super-8 movie film.
VI The Nippon TV Documentary
Excerpts from commentary
Dr. M. Suzuki and H. Yamaguchi conduct experiments
Masuaki influences film in camera box without a lens
Electrical waves discovered to emanate from brain
Fluorescent light produced by Hiroto Yamashita.
VII Conversations with Prof. Hasted in London
Young psychic twists paper clips inside a glass sphere
Symbolism role in PK
Strong psychics influence electrical components, resistors, diodes, magnetic tapes, bits of wire, etc.
VIII Masuaki and Hiroto Invited to the US.
Our Japanese "grandsons"
Communicating without an interpreter
The boys' families
Did "mind waves" open a garage door?
At the Mayo Clinic
Prof. Hasted comes to U.S. for workshops
Masuaki influences a whole film pack at one time
The "statistically impossible" occurs
Skepticism stimulates Masuaki's PK
Twisted cutlery galore
Experiments at Washington Research Center in San Francisco
W. E. Cox impressed with boys' abilities
Comments on phenomenology and PK by Jean Millay.
IX The Media and Psychic Phenomena
Japan press gives extensive coverage
National Enquirer carries feature on Masuaki
Feature stories in Capital Times and Wisconsin State Journal
Pressures and biases interfere with accurate reporting
The media in general
Stories about Uri Geller.
X Those Who Say It's All Trickery
The Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal
Paul Kurtz says, "spoon bending is a hoax"
The Skeptical Inquirer questions Masuaki's PK abilities
Accusations of fakery and a reply
Curtis Fuller comments on the "debunkers."
XI Additional Documentation and Evidence
Excerpts from Tomorrow's Children-Today
Dr. Robert Cantor's observations about metal-bending PK children
Sasaki's, Miyauchi's and Fukuda's experiments in Japan.
XII Other Investigators and Psychics.
Psychics: Geller, Manning, Jean-Pierre Girard, Silvio, Serios, the Italian "Gellerini," Nina Kulagina, Alla Vinogradova
Some investigators in ten countries.
XIII Implications for Society.
Views of Dr. Hans Bender, Uri Geller, Marshall Gilula, M.D., Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., Fred Mansbridge, M. J. Martin, M.D., Dr. Tsutomu Miyauchi, Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D., Dr. med. Hans Naegeli, Prof. Werner Schiebeler, Prof. Alex Schneider, Mark G. Shafer, Prof. Mulford Q. Sibley, Prof. Alfred Stelter and Prof. William Tiller
Report states that Manning influenced cancer cells by PK
Implications for war and peace
Pentagon researches psychic "defense"
U.S. military officers with cameras reported at Kiyota experiments in Tokyo.
Larissa Vilenskaya: "PK in the U.S.S.R."
W. E. Cox: Report on Kiyota and Yamashita.
Mark G. Shafer: "Paranormal Metal Bending"
Psychic News (June 21, 1980) "I Don't Believe in Psychics Anymore" (Prof. John Taylor).
Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal: Objectives, Fellows and Consultants.
J. B. Hasted and D. Robertson: "Paranormal Action in Metal and Its Surroundings.
Barbara Ivanova: "Cosmic Irradiations (in mass healing processes)".
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