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Spoon-Bending and Other Impossible Feats

Aylesworth, Thomas G.

 Aylesworth, author of several books on the occult, aims this work at young people. He explores levitation, fire-walking, dowsing, precognition, eyeless vision, metal-bending, and physical invulnerability. He gives well-known examples, describes how some phenomena may be explained away or duplicated by magicians, but concludes that a residue remains. "The newest frontier in science is the mind. As we further explore and understand the brain, we may find that it contains a reservoir of unused abilities. Someday, we may routinely perform mind-over-matter tricks that will put all of our magicians out of business" (p. 64).
Publisher Information:St. Paul, MN: EMC Publishing, 1980. 64p. 5 figures; 47 illustrations
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