The Great Encounter

PSYCHO-SCIENTIFIC FRONTIERS Selected publications from a variety of subjects of psycho-scientific research. Editor: Rolf Linnemann (Certificated Engineer) * Steinweg 3b * 32108 Bad Salzuflen * Tel. (05222) 6558 Internet : E-Mail : Translator’s email: An actual report of a supernatural phenomenon from the year 1955. Theme : The great encounter Author : Herbert Viktor Speer, Berlin Leader of the Medialen Friedenskreis Berlin (MFK) (Psychic Peace-Circle Berlin) This factual report depicts all the details of a possession (schizophrenia) and is of a particular interest and very instructive to doctors, scientists and psychologists. Amongst other things “The Great Encoun- ter” gave rise to the foundation of the research group “Medialer Friedenskreis Berlin.“ _________________________________________________________________________________ Preface by the publisher A lot of things considered to be factual are in reality subject to constant change. Much is sold and praised as truth and finds its way into doctrine. Many theories have ended up as theorems and from many an obscurity, dogmas have developed. People receive their truth, enabling them to form their own picture of the world, from the mass media these days and not so much from their own deliberations. The professional training of reporters cer- tainly doesn’t guarantee absolute truth. Unfortunately the opposite is quite often the case. But the ob- jective TRUTH should be searched for with all the means at one’s disposal. The question of “why” is easily enough answered: Because in the mean time we are dealing with our survival! Many psycho-scientific phenomenon threaten familiar world views these days. But we should seri- ously ask ourselves whether it is the function of science to defend these familiar world views. Shouldn’t we actually practice science to gain a world view, so we don’t run the risk of leaving out the essential? Research into the micro- and macrocosm devours enormous financial sums. But isn’t it remarkable that the sciences hesitate to explore the world of the spirit. This is left to private initiatives in most cases and they are then ridiculed by so-called “experts” a lot of the times. But if one listens to the argumentation of these “experts”, one’s indignation rises: Their monologue seems honest, but their thoughts are evil. They prefer polemising to researching with an inner conviction. Knowledge is mainly self-experience. Nobody should therefore assert to know something, if he’s lack- ing the experience on that particular subject. But this is exactly what is practiced every day. Herbert Viktor Speer repeatedly expressed the wish that the research results of his Berliner working circle ought to be published and openly discussed . He published his so-called „Menetekel“ for over 25