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T A S T E 

The Archives of Scientists’ Transcendental Experiences

ABOUT

Is an online journal devoted to transcendent experiences that scientists have reported. It lets scientists express these experiences in a psychologically and professionally safe space.

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PURPOSE

The TASTE project is an attempt to work toward rectifying the limitations of the materialist paradigm which typically does not accept the authenticity of the first-person experience.

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SUBMISSIONS & GUIDELINES

Scope: Anyone Can Read, Scientists Can Contribute. Prof. Tart accepted accounts only from scientists for several reasons.  He says, “First, scientists are my community, my peers.

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Archives

609, 2000

67. Cosmic Consciousness Experience at Age 16

September 6th, 2000|Categories: Cosmic Awareness, Out of body|Tags: , , , , , |

Editor's Introduction: This anonymous scientist  has a Ph.D. in Chemistry and was a government researcher who authored some 60 publications in his field during the 50s and 60s. He is now 89 years old and retired. I find it particularly interesting that [...]

409, 2000

65. An Unusual Experience of Leaving the Body

September 4th, 2000|Categories: Cosmic Awareness|Tags: , , , |

Editor's Introduction: This anonymous scientist has a Ph.D. in physics from a major university, has published 15 papers in international physics journals, and is currently a postdoctoral fellow in a prominent national government research center. His experience occurred in 1994 at his [...]

109, 2000

64. Suddenly, the Pervasiveness of Love

September 1st, 2000|Categories: Cosmic Awareness|Tags: , , , , , |

Editor's Introduction: Christiaan Thiers (real name) is a retired General Manager of a technical department of a major international photographic products company. He has a B.S. degree and is the holder of a number of patents that developed various photographic [...]

608, 2000

61. Fated to be Thursday

August 6th, 2000|Categories: Psi (ESP, etc)|Tags: , , , , , |

Editor's Introduction: John A. Johnson, Ph.D. (real name), is currently a Professor of Psychology at the Pennsylvania State University. He received his Ph.D. from The Johns Hopkins University in 1981, with his training specializing in evolutionary biology and personality psychology. [...]

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