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Have you ever had an old tune pop into your head, only to turn on the radio and hear it being played? Or think of someone you haven’t seen for years, only to answer the phone and hear that person on the line? Is it coincidence or is it something more? If you have ever wondered if you might be psychic, this book may hold the answer to this most intriguing question. As you will see, everybody has some psychic ability. For some people, the ability might be as mild as intuition; for others, it might be as strong as mediumship; but it all falls under the category of that “sixth sense.” Are You Psychic? is a fascinating and revealing look at our extrasensory powers.
Author and professor of parapsychology Dr. Hans Holzer explores all the various forms of the psychic experience—foretelling the future, interpreting psychic feelings, thought transference, and past-life memories, among others. He explains, in clear and understandable language, what they are, how they work, and what you can do to develop your own inner abilities. He delves into the history of psychic abilities; discusses the psychic experiences of dreams, déjà vu, and out-of-body experience; and shows how natural healing can be a form of the human psychic ability. Throughout the book, Dr. Holzer gives examples of real-life psychic phenomena that illustrate how these powers work—and demonstrate that they are very real.
If you are one of those people who have had their fair share of those “funny coincidences,” maybe it’s time to find out more. Maybe it’s time to answer the question you have asked yourself a hundred times—Are You Psychic?
|Publisher:||Penguin Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||6.06(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.45(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Hans Holzer (1920–2009), the “Father of the Paranormal,” penned more than 140 books on ghosts, witchcraft, and other paranormal subjects—Ghost Hunter was his first book and the one that launched his career and built his reputation. He was most famous for investigating the site of the Amityville murders with the medium Ethel Johnson-Meyers in 1977. His book Murder in Amityville was adapted into the 1982 movie Amityville II: The Possession (and as an expert on this case, he recorded the audio commentary track for the classic 1979 film The Amityville Horror). He later wrote two more books on that subject: The Amityville Curse and The Secret of Amityville. He was a consultant on Leonard Nimoy’s TV show, In Search of . . . and a technical advisor on the second Dark Shadows movie, Night of Dark Shadows.