“Every man must do two things alone; he must do his own believing and his own dying.”
Project Phenomena: Evaluating the Paranormal by Brian Allan
In Project Phenomena: Evaluating the Paranormal, researcher Brian Allan in his characteristic matter-of-fact style, presents a fascinating smorgasbord of information relating to paranormal phenomena with the intention of demonstrating once and for all, that a separate reality really does exist alongside our own that can and does interact with us.
The book contains recent events involving approved séances in the Vatican and a demonic infestation in Seattle, to an apparent Incubus attack in Morecambe, UK, plus some truly alarming occurrences at the ruins of Seafield House in Co. Sligo Ireland.
The Coming of the Teacher by Paul Beard NOT SURPRISINGLY, the first reaction of most people towards a discarnate teacher is that they have no need of him. They prefer to manage their life for themselves. What then has such a teacher to offer which cannot be obtained from earthly teachers or learned direct from life? The first answer to such an over-broad question is: 'Nothing'. In essence the whole task of such a teacher is to be true towards the wisdom of the ages and towards the processes which life itself brings about.
Leonora Piper: Confusion & Mixed Opinions By the time Leonora Piper completed her English sittings in February 1890, fraud had been completely ruled out by all who had closely observed her a number of times, and it was clear to them that there was something supernormal going on.
Catching Up with Professor Stafford Betty by Michael Tymn: When I interviewed Professor Stafford Betty for the June 2006 issue of The Searchlight, a publication of The Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies, he commented that some of his colleagues in… Read more