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6. Ullman, M. and Krippner, S., Dream Telepathy (New York: MacMil-lan,1973),p.lll.
7. Of the 13 experimental studies carried out, 9 yielded statistically significant results. Replications in laboratories elsewhere yielded less consistent results: two were positive, three negative, and one equivocal.
8. Harary, S. В., «A personal perspective of out-of-body experiences,» from Rogo, op. cit., pp. 248-49.
9. Ibid., pp. 356-57.
10. deBecker, R., The Understanding of Dreams (London: Alien amp; Unwin,1965), p. 249.
11. Osis, К., «Perspectives for out-of-body research,» Parapsychology Research, 3 1973, 110-13.
12. deBecker, op. cit., pp. 394-95,
13. Fox, 0., Astral Travel (New York: University Books, 1962), p. 47.
14. deBecker, op. cit., pp. 76–78.