mid-1970's, this classic book astounded the world with its
fascinating claims that oysters have a tidal memory or
that a dull razor blade will resharpen itself under a
paper pyramid. Now it is time to read this updated
book from a new vantage point of alien knowledge.
In Supernature, author
and scientist Dr. Lyall Watson presented a new look at
unexplained phenomena during the mid-1970's.
author, a biologist, zoologist, and anthropologist, feels
that science no longer holds any absolute truths.
According to the author, the old distinction between
natural and supernatural has become meaningless.
natural history of the supernatural is designed to extend
the traditional five senses into areas were others have
been operating undercover. As man uses up the the
resources of the world, he's going to have to rely more
and more on his own traditional senses, which are, at the
moment concealed in the occult, a word that simply means
book, Dr. Watson writes about cosmic law and order, man
and the cosmos, the physics of life, brain waves, mind
over matter, psychokinesis, will power, the aura, eyeless
sight, psychometry, alchemy, palmistry, graphology,
phrenology, hypnosis, dreams, hallucination, telepathy,
intuition, clairvoyance, witchcraft, time, precognition,
ghosts, and exobiology.
given rise to a new discipline--exobiology. Exobiology is
the study of extraterrestrial life. Ever since 1959 when
analysis of a piece of meteor substance showed traces of
organic compounds, a controversy has raged as to whether
these compounds came into the Earth's atmosphere with the
meteorite or whether they originated here on Earth.
Watson points out that if only one in 100,000 stars has
intelligent lifeforms, then there can be as many as one
million intelligent life forms in the Milky Way Galaxy
book was first published, it created quite a stir. This book comes highly recommended. To order the book, click on the bookcover above.