Andrija Puharich

Andrija Puharich

Andrija Puharich (February 19, 1918 – January 3, 1995) — born Henry Karel Puharić — was a medical and parapsychological researcher, medical inventor, physician and author, known as the person who brought Israeli Uri Geller (born 1946) and Dutch-born Peter Hurkos (1911-1988) to the United States for scientific investigation. Source: Wikipedia

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Mind Over Matter-The Mysteries of Andrija Puharich

Andrija Puharich

Help finish the upcoming film on Andrija Puharich, the man who ‘normalized the paranormal, and to bring to life the story of one of the most fascinating figures of the 20th Century! Andrija Puharich PhD was a medical doctor, researcher, inventor, and visionary scientist. Starting in the 1940s, he was obsessed with the reaches of the human mind: he believed that our minds are capable of more than we could ever imagine. His work touched on everything from medical arts, physics, biology, psychedelic drug research, electro-chemistry, astrophysical sciences, engineering and…

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