Parapsychology Journalism: The People, The Theory, The Science, The Skeptics
The Weiler Psi was initially intended as a resource for people who are psychic, but don’t necessarily do it professionally. However, over the course of years this has morphed into something else entirely: Parapsychology Journalism. I’m doing the hard stuff now; documenting The TED Controversy, exposing the ideologically based skepticism on Wikipedia and generally being controversial. This happened because I became increasingly aware of the changing times and the need to start documenting those changes and controversies and be part of them. I enjoy the psychic side of things, but this is not where I’m needed most anymore.
I, myself am an older white guy who is psychic, but I don’t do it professionally. I am currently in transition from being in construction to a career in speaking and writing and I have a book out. Psi Wars: TED, Wikipedia and the Battle for the Internet. I am also an associate member of the Parapsychological Association, which is a scientific organization.
If you are psychic too, I want you to know: you are not alone.
I live on the San Francisco Peninsula with my wife of over twenty eight years (That’s how long we’ve been married, not her age.) and the usual menagerie of animals that psychic people seem to possess. I am an excellent public speaker with several years in Toastmasters and have had some experience in front of the camera. I have been in theater and spent several years doing improv comedy.
We’re pretty happy. You can contact me at: craig @ weiler . com (remove spaces)