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God helmet refers to an experimental apparatus in neurotheology. The apparatus, placed on the head of an experimental subject, generates fluctuating magnetic fields. It is claimed that some subjects have reported experiences similar to spiritual experiences. The leading researcher in this area is Michael Persinger.





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