Hardcover Í Supernature PDF/EPUB Ò

Supernature I read this book in secondary school it has had a huge effect on my life and how I think about the world The ideas explored in this book are literally mind blowing Perhaps the most influential book I have ever read it opened my eyes back in the 1970s to what a fascinating world we live in and how much we still have to learn about it and how it functions I think that than 40 years later that is still trueLyall Watson makes a serious attempt to come up with possible explanations for the weird and wonderful things that occur that science has no answers to In Supernature II he even bravely tried to draw the threads together in search of the elusive unifying theory Ultimately he wasn't successful but the journey is well worth embarking on with him anyway A phenomenal introduction to the supernatural looked at from a totally different angle This is one of my dad's favourite books and it's been a part of my life for as long as I can remember A fascinating feast of cosmic law and ordercompelling reading New Scientist A very super book; mind blowing in fact Brian W Aldiss SUPERNATURE The legendary ground breaking book about the supernaturalLyall Watson has challenged scientific orthodoxy by applying new criteria to the investigation of supernatural phenomena His fascinating and open minded scientific study proves beyond doubt that science is stranger than the supernatural A book of tremendous importance perhaps the most significant book about the 'super natural' to appear in the past decadevery exciting Colin Wilson in The Spectator One of the most open minded books to have come my way Cyril Connollyfrom the back cover Some awesome as in spectacular though provoking and tantalizingly credible ideas which could have changed science and anthropology irrevocably had he stuck to the science He did his reputation enormous discredit with some of his barmier ideas though Although some would say he already was I believe he could have been a great speculative fiction writer had the fancy taken him Yesthis is a book revisitedwritten in 1973this was stunning entry for anyone remotely interested in how life workswritten by a biologist with a novelist's skillit still stands up very wellMost thesis presented have been accepted as fact these daysFor meWatsons'fancival prose is the only thing that sounds datedhence the 4 not 5 stars I read this compeling book many moons ago in the 'roaring' 1970s I loved it so much and I decided to read it again LW explains the seemingly unexplainable in a simple wayeven a child can understand it I'm currently looking for Vol II Excellent book extremely intriguing would recommend I first encountered this book on a friends bookshelf in the late 80’s I borrowed it and enjoyed it hugely at the time I recently bought a copy that i chanced upon in a 2nd hand book store I enjoyed this grab bag of interesting subjects just as much as i did the first time around I particularly enjoy reading books that were penned in the 60’s and 70’s so these writings were and continue to be a treat for me


About the Author: Lyall Watson

Lyall Watson was a South African botanist zoologist biologist anthropologist ethologist and author of many new age books among the most popular of which is the best seller Supernature Lyall Watson tried to make sense of natural and supernatural phenomena in biological terms He is credited with the first published use of the term hundredth monkey in his 1979 book Lifetide It is a hypoth


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *