The secret vaults of time: psychic archeology and the quest for man's beginnings

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Hampton Roads Pub., 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 370 pages
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"The Secrets Vaults of Time is a fascinating look at the best psychics and remote viewers of the 20th century, including Edgar Cayce and George McMullen, and their impressive contributions to science, in particular the advancement of archaeology. Schwartz uncovers never-before-detailed background on some of the most important digs of the past 100 years, including the recovery of Glastonbury Abbey--known as both the legendary Avalon of King Arthur and the birthplace of Christianity in England. The 12th title in Hampton Roads' Studies in Consciousness line," The Secrets Vaults of Time was originally published by Grosset & Dunlap in 1978 and hailed by "Publishers Weekly as "compelling and cogent. . .new evidence that the thinking and writing on things psychic has attained a maturity that commands the most serious attention." Stephan Schwartz is the former research director of the Mobius Society, as well as a founder and past president of the Society of the Anthropology of Consciousness.

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OSSOWIECKI
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J NORMAN EMERSON
136
GARRAD AND REID
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About the author (2005)

Schwartz, Chairman and Research Director of the Mobius Laboratory for more than 20 years, has led teams of scientists and Remote Viewers which have successfully located and described lost chapters in the human record.