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PRAISE FOR THE BOOK "The once hard line between science and metaphysics is becoming more and more blurred. Marie Jones has joined the list of forward-thinking individuals who are taking us to the next level in both science and our understanding of the universe and our place in it." - Jim Marrs, journalist and author of the New York Times bestsellers, ALIEN AGENDA and RULE BY SECRECY

"This is a bold step forward in applying quantum physics to a millennia-old quandary. The theories she offers are insightful and at times startling. Highly recommended for those who are on a quest for answers." - Jeff Belanger, founder of Ghostvillage.com and author of THE WORLD’S MOST HAUNTED PLACES

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"Marie is an expert layperson in communicating what can be daunting new science to those who want to know more. She boils it down to its essentials, and has done so deftly and brilliantly."
--Pavel Mikoloski, Marketing Manager, What The BLEEP Do We Know!?, from the Foreword

"Marie Jones has joined the list of forward-thinking individuals who are taking us to the next level in both science and our understanding of the universe and our place in it."
--Jim Marrs, author of the New York Times bestsellers Alien Agenda and Rule by Secrecy

"Marie takes us on a journey so complete, this book is worth dozens in your library. Any researcher of the paranormal will be delighted."
--Joshua P. Warren, President, LEMUR, author of How to Hunt Ghosts and Pet Ghosts

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: New Page Books; 1 edition (November 15, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1564148955
  • ISBN-13: 978-1564148957
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #407,169 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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MARIE D. JONES

Marie D. Jones is the best selling author of the "EKHO" middle grade fiction series, which she wrote with her young son, Max Jones, and the YA series, "FREAK" which will debut in 2016. She will also debut two new novel series in 2016, including "BLACK MARIAH," a dystopic science fiction thriller, and "GRIDWALKERS," a paranormal thriller co-written with Larry Flaxman. Her non-fiction books include "Destiny Vs. Choice: The Scientific and Spiritual Evidence Behind Fate and Free Will," "2013: End of Days or a New Beginning - Envisioning the World After the Events of 2012," "PSIence: How New Discoveries In Quantum Physics and New Science May Explain the Existence of Paranormal Phenomena" and "Looking for God In All the Wrong Places." Marie co-authored with her father, geophysicist Dr. John Savino, "Supervolcano: The Catastrophic Event That Changed the Course of Human History." She is also the co-author of "11:11- The Time Prompt Phenomenon: The Meaning Behind Mysterious Signs, Sequences and Synchronicities," "The Resonance Key: Exploring the Links Between Vibration, Consciousness and the Zero Point Grid," "The Déjà vu Enigma: A Journey Through the Anomalies of Mind, Memory and Time," and "The Trinity Secret: The Power of Three and the Code of Creation" with Larry Flaxman, her partner in ParaExplorers.com, an organization devoted to exploring unknown mysteries. Their newest books are "This Book Is From the Future: A Journey Through Portals, Relativity, Wormholes and Other Adventures in Time Travel," "The Grid: Exploring the Hidden Infrastructure of Reality," and "Viral Mythology: How the Truth of the Ancients Was Encoded and Passed Down Through Legend, Art and Architecture." Coming from Marie and Larry in 2015: "MIND WARS: A HISTORY OF MIND CONTROL, ELECTRONIC HARASSMENT AND SOCIAL ENGINEERING."
She has an extensive background in journalism, metaphysics, and the paranormal and has worked as a field investigator for MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) in Los Angeles and San Diego in the 1980s and 1990s. She currently serves as a Consultant and Director of Special Projects for ARPAST, the Arkansas Paranormal and Anomalous Studies Team, where she works with ARPAST President Larry Flaxman to develop theories that can tested in the field.
Marie has been on television, most recently on the History Channel's "Ancient Aliens" and "Nostradamus Effect" series, and served as a special UFO/abduction consultant for the 2009 Universal Pictures science fiction movie, "The Fourth Kind." She has been interviewed on hundreds of radio talk shows all over the world, including Coast To Coast AM, NPR, KPBS Radio, Dreamland, the X-Zone, Kevin Smith Show, Paranormal Podcast, Cut to the Chase, Feet 2 The Fire, World of the Unexplained, and the Shirley MacLaine Show, and has been featured in dozens of newspapers, magazines and online publications all over the world. She is a staff writer for Intrepid Magazine, Paranoia Magazine, FATE Magazine, and a regular contributor to New Dawn Magazine, and her essays and articles have appeared in TAPS ParaMagazine, Phenomena, Whole Life Times, Light Connection, Vision, Beyond Reality, and several popular anthologies such as "If Women Ruled the World" and five Chicken Soup For The Soul books. She has also contributed and co-authored over fifty inspirational books for New Seasons/PIL.
She has lectured widely at major paranormal, new science and self-empowerment events, including "The Paradigm Symposium," "Beyond Expo," "Maritime Ghost Conference," "Through the Veil," "Queen Mary Weekends," "TAPS Academy Training," "CPAK," and "Darkness Radio Events," and is a popular public speaker on the subjects of cutting edge science, the paranormal, metaphysics, Noetics and human potential. She also speaks often at local libraries, bookstore signings and regional meet-ups on writing, the paranormal, and metaphysical subjects.
She is also the screenwriter and co-producer of "19 Hz," a paranormal thriller, as well as a science fiction feature film titled "AURORA," in development with Bruce Lucas Films.
Marie is represented for non-fiction by Lisa Hagan, of Paraview Literary Agency, and for fiction/film/TV by Italia Gandolfo of Gandolfo-Helin Literary Management. Her website is www.mariedjones.com.


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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Ghostlady on January 10, 2007
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Many of the words used in the other reviews such as "phenomenal" and "mind-blowing" are truly valid in describing this book. As someone who has always been interested in the paranormal (esp. ghosts, ESP and precognition) I have always felt there must be some scientific basis for people's experiences that we just don't understand yet. The author explains quantum physics in a way that makes it understandable, yet opens all kinds of possibilities to chew on. I found the concepts of multi-universes and her explaining the Zero Point Field that is all around us as an infinite source of energy and "vibrations" fascinating. The ideas of quantum physics are so interesting and the author makes a basic explanation of it very readable. I have no physics backround at all and was able to follow her presentation of various aspects q.p. I found her applicaton of theories to different "unexplainable" phenomena fascinating, and would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in the paranormal.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Nick Redfern on March 6, 2007
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Countless books have been written on the subjects of UFOs; ghosts; poltergeist activity; ESP; remote-viewing; Bigfoot; Mothman; and more. But few have attempted the daunting task of trying to make some collective sense of these (and numerous other) mysteries of this world and beyond.

Marie Jones, however, has taken that step and has come up with a fascinating and expertly-written book that offers an ingenious, thought-provoking, and wholly plausible theory to explain the presence in our world of the aforementioned oddities.

If you are a well-read student of such issues, someone with merely a passing interest in the world of the unknown, or completely new to the issues at hand, you will not be disappointed.

Written with clarity, humor, and an easy to understand style, PSIence is a book that you definitely need to read if you want to learn about the groundbreaking discoveries in the field of quantum physics, and the way in which those same discoveries may finally be able to throw some much-needed light on those shadowy realms, and strange creatures that (from time to time, at least!) seemingly co-exist with us.

I look forward to Marie Jones' next book; and so should you, too.
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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Love to learn on November 2, 2006
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Ms. Jones' new book PSIENCE explains new discoveries in quantum physics and how that relates to paranormal phenomena in an easy to understand language. I found this book to be a fascinating read. I had been looking for a good book to cover a lot of the questions that I have about this phenomena, Ms. Jones really knows her stuff. She makes the material exceptionally reader friendly. I highly recommend this book to anyone who questions paranormal phenomena and wants to know the real truth.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Nur Nodes in NiL on August 5, 2009
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This book is at best irresponsible and at worst exploitative. As someone who really enjoys the subject of the paranormal (when its pragmatic and treated seriously eg: The Witch in the Waiting Room), I find there is a lot of junk out there of people trying to make a quick buck with flimsy material on the poplular subjects of ufo's ghosts etc.

I don't doubt that the author has a lifelong and somewhat serious interest in the paranormal from her statements. So I am leary to call this downright exploitative trash. But on the other hand the author seems willing to accept every paranormal event and every far out exlanation. I am surprised she didnt start talking about the easter bunny as a dimensional traveler.

Maybe if she didn't spread it so thin and try to cover so much this may have been good. Perhaps if she didnt include phenomenon that has been debunked frequently (ie: the bermuda triangle which she keeps coming back to including flight 19 of which the remains were found)and instead concentrate on those that baffle the skeptics (Fatima, widespread abduction phenomena, etc) this book may have been worthwhile.

On the science end she starts out fairly decent with a history of quantum physics but again tries to use every theory from the other worlds theory (which I think may be true) to supposed current anti gravity devices and time storms to cover all sorts of paranormal events.

From the books I have read so far there seem to be two camps on the paranormal: one is the "out there" camp and the other is the "inside here" camp. The inside camp sees it all as an aspect of consciousness, perhaps a higher level (wouldn't an advanced civilization find it easier to travel by mind than space ship?) . Examples of this are Carl Jung for one.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Gleiforst on November 21, 2006
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Marie D. Jones has done a phenomenal job of explaining complex concepts in a way anyone can grasp them. Filled with solid research, exciting theories, and even a sense of fun, this book is a primer for anyone interested in the cutting edge world of the quantum and how it relates to the world we see and experience around us, including the deep connection between we, the observer, and what we see as our "reality." A must-read for expanding minds.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kim Guarnaccia on October 28, 2007
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It is rare to discover a book that dares to bridge the gap between physics and the paranormal. However, in PSIence, the author does just that.

Although a field investigator for the Mutual UFO?Network (MUFON), author Marie D. Jones makes no claims of being a scientist professional ghost-hunter, vampire stalker, or exorcist. Rather, she comfortably occupies the zone between the two, offering us insights into the wondrous world of everything from the blood-sucking Chupacabra, poltergeists, the vortices as found within the Bermuda Triangle, and worm holes, as well as membrane universes, and string theory. While many would balk at such an unlikely synthesis of fringe realms and the more acceptable avenues of physics, one gets the impression that Jones is willing to take the chance and seems to be free of indoctrination from either camp, considering the wonderful sense of humor and her ability to articulate arcane concepts. Jones brings forth the possibility that the existence of UFOs, spectral entities, precognition, and telekinesis may very well be signaling us to pay close attention to the alterations in the space-time fabric we call reality. Indirectly, she also suggests that perhaps these phenomena persist to further acclimate ourselves to the idea of multidimensional perception, and parallel universes.

What makes PSIence so exciting is that the phenomena described seem to all lead to the Zero Point Field (the lowest energy point of a field in quantum terms), something that can only be grasped with a well-developed intuition.
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