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Double Vision

Cohen, Tamara, & Skutch, Judith

 This clever, enjoyable, informative book is a joint autobiography by parapsychologist/promoter Skutch and her daughter by her first marriage. Tamara provides many recollections of how it feels to grow up psychic and to participate as a subject in psi experiments. Most of her spontaneous psi experiences had to do with members of her family. They were often an aspect of the dynamics of the mother-child relationship. Ms. Cohen's remarks are especially of value because they often are quoted from diary notes written near the time of the experience described. Skutch outlines how her interest in parapsychology became kindled and how she served as a catalyst and educator, culminating with her involvement in A Course in Miracles, which she now publishes. There is much humor, wisdom, and humanity in this book; it deserves a wide readership.
Publisher Information:Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts, 1985. 269p. 1 fig; 60 illus
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