A Theory of the Mechanism of Survival: The Fourth Dimension and Its Applications
Four-dimensional beings. Telekinesis. A future that is latent in the present. Coincidence and precognition. The tantalizing possibilities of such marvels have fascinated humanity for millennia, and have taken on a scientific sheen in recent centuries. Here, in this 1920 volume, a prominent early-20th-century investigator of the paranormal takes such weirdly the wonderful subjects, asking such questions as... . Are there dimensions beyond those we readily observe? . How can our consciousness penetrate higher dimensions? . What mysteries can psychic research solve? . What is Time, and how can we transcend it? . Where does religion intersect with the paranormal? . and others. British philosopher and psychic researcher WHATELY CARINGTON (1892-1947)-aka Walter Whately Smith-is also the author of Foundations of Spiritualism, Death of Materialism, and The Measurement of Emotion.
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W. Whately Smith
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