Steve Barrell is a practicing transpersonal hypnotherapist in Durham, trained by the International Association for Regression Research and Therapy in San Diego, and specializing in Past Life Regression Therapy (PLRT) and Spirit Releasement Therapy (SRT). He is president of Haunted North Carolina, Inc. He is also a seminarian at the United Metaphysical Churches of Roanoke, VA, and an associate of the Rhine Research Center, where he consults on hauntings and leads the Dreams Study Group.
A presenter on various aspects of ‘survival studies’ at international conferences, Brother Barrell also facilitates the Dreams Study Group and consults on Ghosts and Hauntings for The Rhine Research Center in Durham, North Carolina. He has a master’s degree in musicology from Duke University, holds advanced certification in parapsychological field investigation, as well as certification in hypnosis, Past Life Regression Therapy, and Spirit Releasement Therapy. Serving since 2010 as executive director of Haunted North Carolina Paranormal Research and Investigations, Inc., Brother Barrell is a deacon in the United Metaphysical Churches of Roanoke VA, with ministerial ordination anticipated in 2016.
Topic: – “Can Parapsychology Save Religion?”
JB Rhine’s correlations of phenomena between the two fields, and my own observation that all the New Testament phenomena ‘miraculously’ conform to established and demonstrated areas within parapsychology. Lacking mythological or ‘superheroic’ deeds, (e.g. ‘able to leap tall buildings in a single bound’) Jesus’ so-called miracles conformity to well-documented areas within parapsychology suggesting that they were accurately reported. This would bring new (never previously considered) evidence to counter the notion of Jesus’s non-existence, except as a mythologically contrived figure.