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Alien Dawn

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A renowned authority on the paranormal examines the evidence and develops a definitive theory of the alien contact phenomenon.

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Alien Dawn describes Colin Wilson's attempt to make sense of a vast body of documented research involving strange and unexplained phenomena, including poltergeists, lake monsters, ancient folklore, time slips, out-of-body experiences, mystical awareness, and psychic travel to other worlds.

The result is a vast, complex jigsaw puzzle of encyclopedic dimensions - the most comprehensive bird's-eye view of the subject ever undertaken, with conclusions that are sure to startle the reader.

"This attempt at a synthesis of the alien/UFO phenomenon shows Wilson's encyclopedic strength to be also his weakness. In his zeal for inclusiveness, he reports not only on the history of UFOs from mythology through Kenneth Arnold to Philip Corso (The Day After Roswell), but also writes about Uri Geller, LSD research, crop circles, ley lines, the Loch Ness monster, remote viewing, Jung, hypnotism, poltergeists, Ouspensky, out-of-body experiences, quantum physics and a great deal more."       ~Publishers Weekly

Physicist John Wheeler has claimed that a photon does not become solid until observed; Wilson says, "This is, of course, the position expounded by Bishop Berkeley in the early 18th century - that our 'senses' create the world, although its existence is sustained by God." Quantum physics has suggested that what we think of as matter is, in fact, vast seas of "zero-point energy" which create "matter" from vibrations. "So even our science is beginning to point towards a strange new conception of the universe: as vast tides of energy, inhabited by minds that can tune in to it, and exert some control over it."

Author Wilson, Colin
Book Type Trade Paperback
Page Count 322 pp.
Publisher Fromm International 2001
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