The College journal appears in July and November. Published without a break since 1881 a rare distinction it has remained in the forefront of psychic and spiritual knowledge, reflecting at all times the current work of the College.
THE COLLEGE MAGAZINE
LIGHT has always attracted contributors of note in their various specialised fields. Distinguished literary figures in recent years have included the novelist Rosamond Lehmann, CBE, and the poet and Blake scholar, Dr. Kathleen Raine. Professor David Fontana, a psychologist with a profound knowledge of Eastern and Western spiritual traditions and the author of numerous books on meditation and consciousness, has been a frequent contributor in recent issues.
A scientific view on the fields of interest of the College has been provided by - among others - Dr. Peter Fenwick, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, on the near-death experience; Dr. Alan Sanderson, a former NHS psychiatrist who is now exploring the possible influence of spirits on his patients, and many from other scientific disciplines.
Outstanding personal experiences, letters, announcements and an extensive Special Book Section complete 52 pages of significant reading for anyone interested in the broad field of psychic and spiritual matters.