Complete Illustrated Book of the Psychic Sciences

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Random House Value Publishing, Aug 1, 1988 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 403 pages
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A comprehensive treatment of the mystic sciences and the arts of divination. Includes astrology, colorology, dice divination, dream interpretation, graphology, numerology, palmistry, telepathy, ESP and more.

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I have just finished reading reviews from another site, Goodreads, I think it was am, unlike some of the reviewers, I thought the book was great. So much so, I have spent the past 4 decades thinking about the experiences I had with it and wishes it have it again. I finally got on the internet and found it for $1.99 @ Amazon. I couldn't believe it, the price, that is.
I am almost out of time, on this law library computer, so I'll be paraphrasing some...I had it in 1976 and, @ first, delved into the numerology. I am born 9/24/1956 - a number 6. 6 is my primary #, 5 is secondary. Went to a Chicago (hometown) race track, on 33rd and Cicero (3+3), played the perfecta (6th race) and picked the 6 to win & the 5 to show. This was also on a Friday, the best day for 6s, in June (6th month) and either the 15th or the 24th. I won. Not big but I won. I have also picked u[p pennies and whatever the digits of the year add up to would be the horse that won the next race. Uncanny. Then, I read the cards playing cards) of my lil brother's friend and, according to the book, he had someone (young and mischievous ) in his life that could be the cause of bad things to happen (ace and deuce of spades) i.e., death, departure to distant land etc. When I returned home, he had died - while drag racing w/my lil brother. He ran into a pole and it went into his neck. Sorry...gotta go. the book was profound to me!
 

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Walter B. Gibson was a prolific writer. His specialty included hobbies, magic and games. He created radio's most famous thriller: The Shadow, and subsequently wrote scripts for more than 2500 episodes and nearly 300 novels based on its characters. He served as the first vice president of the Magician's Guild of America. Gibson lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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