"FROM BINDELOF TO THE MAIMONIDES DREAM TELEPATHY LABORATORY: AN INTERVIEW WITH MONTAGUE ULLMAN" by MARK A. SCHROLL. Published in, The Paranormal Review, 47 (July), 3-7, 2008.
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THIS INTERVIEW took place in Montague Ullman’s home in Ardsley, New York, March 26, 2008. He was recovering from a mild stroke that he had suffered ten days earlier, so in many ways this interview was a therapeutic process of remembering. We were joined by Judy Gardiner and Adam Rock, who mostly listened to our wide-ranging discussion. This article will concentrate on the events that led up to Ullman’s experimental work on dream telepathy.
Stanley Krippner summed up the importance of this continuing inquiry into dream telepathy by saying, "The work Montague Ullman and I have done on dream telepathy over the years could be explained by David Bohm’s concept of the implicate order. Currently Monte is devoting most of his time to bringing the work of Bohm into an exposition of entangled minds, dream telepathy and the like" (Stanley Krippner, 2007).
Most significant is the continuing work examining Ullman's "New Abode for Dreaming" and its relationship to David Bohm's implicate order, as I say more about below.
Montague Ullman (1916-2008) passed away on Saturday 7th June at 1 p.m., having suffered a second stroke on 5th June, just three days after reading and approving this interview. Thankfully, we were able to finish this. Left unfinished is a longer conversation with Monte that goes into his search for a new abode for dreaming, which was inspired by the holistic or transpersonal physics of David Bohm. I was hoping to go over this longer conversation with Monte in another meeting in late July, 2008. This longer conversation also includes a discussion of David Shainberg’s “non-deterministic” psychotherapy – also influenced by Bohm’s work. Shainberg was a long-time friend of Monte’s and the person that made it possible for Ullman’s 1974 meeting with Bohm in London. All this will be coming out in a future article.