You Never Know Your Luck: The Psychology of Superstition

Northampton Museum and Art Gallery’s exhibition on superstition - Unlucky For Some - 7th April - 20th May, 2007

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Entoptics: More Than Meets the Eye?

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Luck as a Euphemism for Psi?

Does Psilocybin Cause Psi? 

Death and the God of a Thousand Eyes 

Death, and the God of a Thousand Eyes

The Neurochemisty of Psi 

Psi may look like luck 

Testing for Precognition

Entheogens: The Religious /Paranormal Bridge

Sacramental Plants and Psi

The Shaman, The Vision and the Brain

Visionary Encounters and Neurochemical Mythology

Psychedelics, Parapsychology and Exceptional Human Experiences

DMT Entities: Deities or Delusion?

Research in Parapsychology: Academic Studies of Magical Phenomena

Superstition, Magic and States of Mind

You Never Know Your Luck: The Psychology of Superstitionrstition

As part of Northampton Museum and Art Gallery’s new exhibition on superstition, “Unlucky for some”, there will be a weekend of talks on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th April, 2007. Native psycho-geographer, occultist and legendary graphic novel writer Alan Moore will discuss “Magical Northampton” on Saturday 14th from 2:00-4:00pm.

University of Northampton parapsychologist David Luke will discuss “The psychology of superstition” on Friday 13th evening 7:00-8:30pm, and again on Saturday 14th from 1:00-2:00pm. Charge: Friday - £3 (inc. refreshments), Saturday - £2. Booking essential please contact Northampton Museum and Art Gallery, Guildhall Road, on 01604 838110, or at museums@northampton.ac.uk. The exhibition runs from 7th April - 20th May.

Magical NorthamptonAlan Moore (2-4pm, Saturday 14th April, 2007)

Native psychogeographer, occultist and legendary graphic novel writer Alan Moore was “born in Northampton in 1953 and never left”. Alan will discuss local superstitions, myths and fables recreating the magical landscape of the town and its shire.

You Never Know Your Luck: The psychology of superstition – David Luke

(7-8:30pm, Friday 13th April, and 1-2pm, Saturday 14th April, 2007)

Superstitions are common everywhere yet little understood. David will investigate some of the intellectual cul-de-sacs that have been made to explain this universal cultural phenomenon and examine some recent findings from research in parapsychology. David is a postgraduate researcher in parapsychology at the University of Northampton, which currently houses one of the largest groups of academic parapsychologists anywhere in the world.



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