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Resisting the Politics of Fear

by John E. Mack, M.D.

“Because the terrorist danger is real, it is especially important that our capacity to assess the risk we face not be distorted for political gain.” Dr Mack’s final essay. Sept 2004.
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Dr. Mack Responds to Psychology Today Article

by John E. Mack, M.D.

A brief response to a discussion generated by an article in Psychology Today magazine, 2003. In this response, Mack declares “The idea…that we can learn about what matters to people simply by objectifying them is wrong.”
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Alien Concepts: An Interview with Dr. John Mack

by Andrew Lawler

John Mack’s research into alien abductions has thrust him far out of the academic mainstream, yet the Harvard psychiatrist and his Program for Extraordinary Experience Research soldier on, constructing a “science of the sacred.”
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Aliens Among Us

by Joe Eich-Bonni

Doctor John Mack is a pulitzer prize-winning Harvard professor and psychiatrist. He thought you might like to know, there very well may be aliens among us. Feb 2001
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The Environmental Message of the Aliens

by Robert J. Begiebing

A shortened version of the essay “Thinking Like A Cancer”.
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Remembering the Eternal: Plato’s View of Education in Anomalous Experiences

by Michael E. Zimmerman, Ph.D.

People over the centuries have reported being taken to strange places by non-human beings, some of whom reveal delightful or disturbing aspects of previously unknown dimensions of reality. How are we to understand the “educational” aspect of the alien encounter experience?
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Whitley Strieber Interviews John E. Mack, M.D.

by Whitley Strieber

“The problem we have in our philosophy in the West is we have a very vastly oversimplified notion of reality.”
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A Science of Not Knowing

by John E. Mack, M.D.

…what if the phenomenon were subtle in the sense that it may manifest in the physical world, but derive from a source which by its very nature could not provide the kind of hard evidence that would satisfy skeptics for whom reality is limited to the material?
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Exploring African and Other Alien Encounters

by Dominique Callimanopulos

The Ariel School sighting is one of the most significant in recent UFO history. Even in their state of fear, many of the children reported also being curious and fascinated by the strange beings they saw, whose eyes in particular commanded an intense attention.
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The Outer Limits of the Soul

by Mark Gauvreau Judge

While UFOs remain mired in fifties-style science fiction imagery, increasing numbers of UFO abductees, as well as the experts who treat them, say their experiences have as much to do with inner as outer space.
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The UFO Abduction Phenomenon: What Does it Mean for the Transformation of Human Consciousness?

by John E. Mack, M.D.

Presented at the International Transpersonal Association Conference on “Science, Spirituality, and the Global Crisis: Toward a World with a Future,” held in Prague, Czechoslovakia, 25 June 1992.
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Why the Abduction Phenomenon Cannot Be Explained Psychiatrically

by John E. Mack, M.D.

From the proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference held at MIT, June 1992
…Even psychosocial or cultural explanations, if they were to include all of the major dimensions of the syndrome, would force us to stretch our notions of the collective unconscious to such a degree that the distinctions between psyche and world, internal and external reality, would be obliterated.
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Reflections on Two Kinds of Power

by John E. Mack, M.D.

The need for a sense of personal power is one of the primary motivating forces in human life. Conversely, the feeling of powerlessness or helplessness is perhaps the most disturbing of human emotions, one to be avoided at all costs. But what is power?
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The Enemy System (short version)

by John E. Mack, M.D.

The threat of nuclear annihilation has stimulated us to try to understand what it is about mankind that has led to such self-destroying behavior. Central to this inquiry is an exploration of the adversarial relationships between ethnic or national groups.
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Epilogue: Aggression and Its Alternatives in the Conduct of International Relations

by John E. Mack, M.D.

Long before the nuclear superpowers began to extend their competition into space Bertrand Russell (1959) wrote, “When I read of plans to defile the heavens…I cannot but feel that the men who make these plans are guilty of a kind of impiety”.
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If We Ended the Arms Race

by Robert Coles and John Mack

A New York Times editorial in which the authors note that “habits of power are closely linked to a network of bureaucratic interests [that] form an institutional system that will be difficult to divert to nonmilitary purposes, even should we gain the will to do so.”
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