Consciousness Research and Michael Persinger

Michael A. Persinger (born June 26, 1945) is a cognitive neuroscience researcher and university professor with over 200 peer-reviewed publications. He has worked at Laurentian University, located in Sudbury, Ontario, since 1971. He is primarily notable for his experimental work in the field of neurotheology, work which has been increasingly criticized in recent years.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

 Persinger MA[Author] Papers


Michael Persinger’s Group at Laurentian University, Canada, have obtained groundbreaking new results in consciousness, quantum brain & nonlocality research which are published in this Special Issue. These new results together with what have already been achieved in these fields in the past such as the results of Hu & Wu, Persinger’s team and some of other researchers have important implications for further advancements of these fields.See: Groundbreaking New Results in Consciousness, Quantum Brain & Nonlocality Research


A few might see a world of possibility in Persinger’s theories. His booth has helped us discover and confirm our true predicament. “Seeing God” is really just a soothing euphemism for the fleeting awareness of ourselves alone in the universe: a look in that existential mirror. The “sensed presence” – now easily generated by a machine pumping our brains with electromagnetic spirituality – is nothing but our exquisite and singular self, at one with the true solitude of our condition, deeply anxious. We’re itching to get out of here, to escape this tired old environment with its frayed carpets, blasted furniture, and shabby old God. Time to move on and discover true divinity all over again. This Is Your Brain on God By Jack Hitt

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