The Third Level of Reality: A Unified Theory of the Paranormal

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Cosimo, Inc., 01.03.2003 - 212 Seiten
The Third Level of Reality is a reprint of a book by Percy Seymour originally titled The Paranormal: Beyond Sensory Science. This edition features a new foreword by Colin Wilson. TOTAL REALITY CONSISTS OF THREE LEVELS. The first level of reality is the reality of the five senses. The second level of reality is that which results from the response of humans and animals to magnetic fields. This response can not only be used to find direction, time, and location in space, but it also allows us to understand some of the links between human personality and the state of the cosmos at the birth of each individual. The third level of reality requires a reformulation of our concepts of space and time. The main concept at the basis of this level is that some pairs of points in space, anchored on two types of subatomic particle, are linked by two different levels of space, only one of which is accessible to our five normal senses and scientific instruments. This other space-let's call it extrasensory space-is not limited by the speed of light. Here particles and events are instantaneously linked to those particles and events with which they last interacted. This approach to space and time makes it possible to understand a wide variety of phenomena relating to subatomic physics and to phenomena that we currently classify as paranormal, including the human aura, apparitions, telepathy, clairvoyance, and our ability to look into the future.
 

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Sensory Space
1
Sensory Communication and Exploration
19
The Sense of Time
33
The Observer and the Universe
45
The Fabric of Matter
63
Magnetic Memories
82
Astrology Prediction and Chaos
100
Memories in Matter Space and Time
115
The Evidence from Twins
128
From Telepathy to Apparitions
140
Morphic Resonance Astrology and Precognition
152
Extensions in Space and Time
166
Epilogue
175
Bibliography
177
Index
181
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Seite xi - I do not know what I may appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the sea-shore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.
Seite vii - Why, all the Saints and Sages who discuss'd Of the Two Worlds so learnedly are thrust Like foolish Prophets forth ; their Words to Scorn Are scatter'd, and their Mouths are stopt with Dust.
Seite ix - But they cannot alone determine a particular body of such belief. An apparently arbitrary element, compounded of personal and historical accident, is always a formative ingredient of the beliefs espoused by a given scientific community at a given...
Seite xv - It seems therefore, on the whole, most probable that the sun has not illuminated the earth for 100,000,000 years, and almost certain that he has not done so for 500,000,000 years. As for the future, we may say with equal certainty that inhabitants of the earth cannot continue to enjoy the light and heat essential to their life for many million years longer, unless new sources, now unknown to us, are prepared in the great storehouse of Creation.
Seite xv - I came into the room which was half dark, and presently spotted Lord Kelvin in the audience and realized that I was in for trouble at the last part of my speech dealing with the age of the Earth where my views conflicted with his. To my relief Kelvin fell fast asleep, but as I came to the important point, I saw the old boy sit up, open an eye and cock a baleful glance at me!

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