The Mentalist's Handbook: An Explorer's Guide to Astral, Spirit, and Psychic Worlds

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Weiser Books, Jun 1, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 232 pages
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There is a world that mirrors our own. Everything in this world is made of substance finer than air, finer than light, finer than thought itself - the aether. In the aether there are inner sensations such as ideas and feelings that are as tangible as anything in the material world. In The Mentalist's Handbook, Clint Marsh gives us a glimpse of this world. He offers step-by-step exercises, detailed and beautifully written explanations and definitions, and gorgeous black and white illustrations by award-winning artist Jeff Hoke. Inspired by esoteric, occult, and magic books published over the last 150 years, Marsh has aspired to create something of singular importance in the tradition of classic occult manuals. Both practical and whimsical, and complete with visual aids, this field guide to the paranormal will appeal to students of the New Age, esoteric scholars, readers of post-modern and magical-realism, angel, ghost and fairy enthusiasts, comic and graphica fans, and artists alike.
 

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According to author Marsh (Goblinproofing One's Chicken Coop), there exists a world mirroring our own known as the aether. Inspired by esoteric, occult, and magic books published over the last 150 ... Read full review

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Contents

The Nature of Aether
3
Aetheric Beings
33
Aetheric Exercises
69
Ascension
99
The Spirit World
129
Mental Influence
167

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About the author (2008)

Clint Marsh is a collector of forgotten lore (like Varla Ventura), the proprietor of Wonderella publications, author of The Mentalist’s Handbook, and an outstanding resource for all things paranormal. You can find him at www.wonderella.org.

Jeff Hoke is a senior designer at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Previously he worked as an exhibit designer for the Field Museum in Chicago. He lives in Monterey, California.

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