Man, Minerals and Masters
All Illustrations in this Book are Photographs of Mental Pictures! This book reveals by demonstration and illustration that thoughts are things and their power may be expressed through certain mineral compounds, such as organic, vegetable, animal and human and second that our thoughts may be formulated into charms or mantras according to a mathematical system called Personal Numerology or Mantras. Through the use of this system, they become more potent to execute our desires.
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This is a book about research into faith healing at a distance in which some people could raise their arms and recite a particular passage of the Bible with substitutions and stop somebody bleeding to death. Littlefield a practicing Mason undertook to study mineral salts and find out what was happening and how could a material substance such as blood respond to a mental command.
The text is quoted in beginning work with Alchemy. Of course it is possible to turn lead into gold but the value of the process is not so much the gold as the complete mastery over the mind needed to effect changes in substances.
Starting with salt and water drying while being influenced would appear to a Parapsychologist as a dice cage telekinesis experiment.
Well what has not been attempted I have demonstrated, anybody and I mean anybody at all can have their thoughts crystallized and I am trying to bring a kit to market.
This can be valuable with witnesses to produce images of suspects. It is ideal for experiments with extraterrestrial contacts and can aid in technology transfer. It can revolutionize crime management with a prospect of action on intention to counsel and psychologically help somebody about to commit a crime. Inventors and venture capitalists will find each other in record time. The discoveries of Littlefield are presented rather badly by his attempt to incorporate numerology and mantra, I found a man with a lemon money pit car crystallized a line image of his car and I had never seen that done before I was used to composite solid images. To make the system viable at some point it has to be transferred into photographic and then digital images but unlike in the 1930s when Littlefield worked, modern times bring the possibility of recording sorting and collating all of human thought. That can be used many ways but the technological revolution possible to unleash is an attractive proposition. Nobody with an idea can miss out on the credit.