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Zener Cards These consisted of five designs (now generally described as ESP symbols) being a plus sign, a square, a circle, a set of three wavy lines and a five-pointed star.  The symbols were printed in black ink, on cards similar in size to, and resembling, playing cards.  Joseph Banks Rhine (1895-1980), Professor of Psychology at Duke University in the USA, used Zener cards (designed in the early 1930s by a colleague, perceptual psychologist Karl Zener) when conducting his experiments.
Zodiac In astrology, the twelve constellations of stars which encircle the earth, and the astrological birthsigns that represent them.
Zohar See Sefer Zohar.
Zoroastrianism A religion of the Persian Empire founded by the sage Zoraster c. 600 BC, Zoroastrianism is a system based on the concept of a struggle between a 'god of light' and a 'god of darkness' who strive for influence over humanity.  Zoroastrianism assumes adherents have free-will, and as such can choose between the god of light and god of darkness.
Zohar See Sefer Zohar.
Zoroastrianism A religion of the Persian Empire founded by the sage Zoroaster c. 600 BC, Zoroastrianism is a system based on the concept of a struggle between a 'god of light' and a 'god of darkness' who strive for influence over humanity.  Zoroastrianism assumes adherents have free-will, and as such can choose between the god of light and god of darkness.
Zohar See Sefer Zohar.
Zoroastrianism A religion of the Persian Empire founded by the sage Zoraster c. 600 BC, Zoroastrianism is a system based on the concept of a struggle between a 'god of light' and a 'god of darkness' who strive for influence over humanity.  Zoroastrianism assumes adherents have free-will, and as such can choose between the god of light and god of darkness.

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