Sugar Land, TX – The Sean Harribance Institute for Parapsychology Research (SHIPR) is a non-profit organization dedicated to studying the nature of psychic abilities. SHIPR’s mission is to encourage public awareness of the nature of psychic sensitivity and develop the technical and ethical standards for the science of parapsychology.
SHIPR was first established in August of 1995 with the primary focus being the study and research of Harribance’s psychic abilities.
Lalsingh “Sean” Harribance was born to an East Indian family in southern Trinidad in 1939. After leaving school during his teenage years, a man named Richard Jackman, Editor and Manager of the Trinidad Guardian became aware of Harribance’s abilities, and the accuracy of his predictions. He took Harribance to Dr Hamlyn Dukhan for testing to document the full extent of his abilities, who corresponded with Dr J.B. Rhine.
After several years of testing, Harribance was then invited to the Foundation for Research on the Nature of Man to be further studied by Dr. Rhine, considered the father of modern parapsychology, in 1969. Harribance worked with Dr. Rhine, Dr. William G. Roll of the Psychical Research Foundation, and various visiting professors and researchers.
Since then, Harribance has continued to demonstrate his abilities were genuine, astounding scientists. He is currently working with MD Anderson in a test to see the effect of his healing energy on mice with cancer. The article from April 2019 is available on the SHIPR.org website. SHIPR is currently seeking funding to continue its research into Harribance’s abilities and identify other proven psychics.
For more information, visit www.shipr.org and www.seanharribance.com