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This theory explains why people all over the world engage in similar repetitive, hypnotic, religious rituals and why the types of ESP, apparition, out-of-body experiences, and other forms of anomalous perception are so sim ilar: the biological basis for hypnotic and anomalous experiences generate cross-cultural uniformities.
Because hypnotizability (2) is physiologically linked with anomalous experience, increased frequencies in hypnotizability genotypes affected the incidence of anomalous perceptions.
This hypnotic access is manifested in creative visions and anomalous perceptions that are experienced as spirits, one's own soul, and the out-of-body experiences.

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