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Bruce and John Klingbeil worked with positive prayers as Christian Science practitioners. They scientifically researched prayers. They isolated two imprints from prayers that might make sense to a scientific mind.

What are these two imprints? One imprint promotes a goal. The other imprint gives a fitting response. How did they do it? They researched the effects of love and quality that subtly nudge disorder toward order.

Bruce and John also supplied a new theory about why the subconscious mind obscures memories we have of our psychic and spiritual experiences.

Bruce asked, "How should we address new technology and findings that overwhelm spirituality and religion?" The father and son founded Spindrift to support research in the fields of consciousness, prayer, and spirituality.

Spindrift tested positive and negative prayers. Years before 9/11, Spindrift urged people to pay attention to the negative prayers as dark promises by Islamic terrorists. Cyber evil tunnels through the Internet to hit targets. Negative prayer tunnels through dark consciousness to hit targets. Dark consciousness directed to kill has become a colossal problem for religion.

Click the box below for the Spindrift book about consciousness, prayer, science and religion.

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This book, "A Journey Into Prayer," documents the inspiring and cautionary true story of Bruce and John Klingbeil, a father and son team of devout Christian Scientists who dared to test their faith in the power of prayer, and of Spindrift, the research organization that helped to support their efforts. The story describes the Klingbeils’ courage and personal commitment to learn the truth about the efficacy of prayer, their self-taught but ingenious experiments, the staggering hostility they attracted from both the religious and the scientific communities, and ultimately, the unbearable poignancy in their untimely and mysterious deaths.

-- Dean Radin, IONS’ Senior Scientist

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