By Ian Stevenson and Zofia Weaver Mary Rose Barrington
Many of us worldwide settle for the potential of telepathy or clairvoyance. Very not often, even though, has somebody been capable of show those psychic colleges with sufficient accuracy and reliability to supply major ends up in repeated experimentation. An exception to this was once the Polish engineer and industrialist Stefan Ossowiecki. Ossowiecki (1877–1944) could be the main talented psychic ever to come back lower than the scrutiny of researchers. He validated a spread and caliber of clairvoyance that nobody has passed, a minimum of below experimental controls. both very important, he was once wanting to examine extra approximately his expertise and allowed various researchers to take advantage of him in experiments. Anecdotal debts of his expertise abounded, however it used to be the managed observations of investigators in experiments carried out in Paris and Warsaw that proven his present. For the 1st time, this ebook brings to English-speaking researchers and the general public special bills of the an important experiments conducted with Ossowiecki, which produced compelling proof of paranormal cognition.
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A World In A Grain Of Sand: The Clairvoyance Of Stefan Ossowiecki by Ian Stevenson and Zofia Weaver Mary Rose Barrington