Foundation for Reincarnation and Spiritual
The Foundation for Reincarnation and Spiritual Research
was founded in India in 1985 to focus empirical research on reincarnation.
It aimed to follow up on the technique developed
by American parapsychologist Ian Stevenson for in-depth investigation
of cases suggestive of reincarnation, several volumes
of which were published through the 1970s. The leading
researcher connected with the foundation is Jamuna Prasad, its
research adviser who through the 1960s and 1970s established
an impressive record in studying life after death, especially in
his cooperation with Karlis Osis of the American Society for
Psychical Research in his study of deathbed experiences. Also
integral to the program of the foundation was the attempt to
discover correlated between the results of scientific research
and the teachings of the ancient Hindu (Vedic and yogic) literature
of India.
The foundation was a membership organization that drew
most of its members from India but coordinated its research
with that of other like organizations around the world. Last
known address 109 Rami Mundi, Allahabad 211003, Uttar
Pradeshm, India.
Foundation for Research on the Nature of
Man (FRNM) See Rhine Research Center
Founding Church of Scientology See
Scientology, Church of
Fountain of the World Fellowship See
WFLK Fountain of the World

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