Time Travel: A New Perspective

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 01.03.1997 - 224 Seiten
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Scattered throughout the world are objects that could not possibly belong to the time period in which they were found. A human footprint contemporary with the dinosaurs? The skeletal remains of men and women long before humanity appeared on the planet? This text shows how time travel is not only theoretically possible, but that the future generations may already be engaged in it. Readers can weigh up the evidence for themselves - and take part in the unique programme, based on esoteric techniques and on the findings of parapsychology and quantum physics, which enables them to structure their own group investigation into a form of vivid mental time travel.
  

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Chapter One
3
Chapter Four
23
Chapter Seven
43
Chapter Nine
57
Chapter Eleven
75
Chapter Fourteen
91
Chapter Sixteen
105
Chapter Eighteen
119
Chapter Twenty
133
Chapter Twentytwo
149
Chapter Twentyfour
163
Chapter Twentysix
177
Appendix
195
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Über den Autor (1997)

J. H. Brennan (Ireland) is the acclaimed author of over 90 books, both fiction and non-fiction, including Forbidden Truth, The Alien's Handbook, and The Spy's Handbook (all published by Faber & Faber), Death: The Great Mystery of Life (Carroll & Graf), Martian Genesis and The Atlantis Enigma (both published by Dell), The Magical I Ching and Time Travel (both published by Llewellyn), and the popular Book of Wizardry (Llewellyn) under the alias Cornelius Rumstuckle. His works have appeared in more than fifty countries in Europe, Asia, North and South America, and Australia. Brennan is best known for his young adult fiction series, Herbie Brennan's Faerie Wars (Bloomsbury) with combined sales exceeding 7.5 million. The creator of several role-playing books, his solo fantasy gamebook series GrailQuest (Dell) has sold over 6.5 million copies. He resides in County Carlow, Ireland with his wife and ten cats.

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