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The Problem of Density In Regard To Non-Human Encounters: Moving Toward A New Understanding [Kindle Edition]

Wm. Michael Mott , Brad and Sherry Steiger
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Book Description

Writer and researcher Wm. Michael Mott, the author of the expansive Caverns, Cauldrons and Concealed Creatures (3rd Expanded Edition) and other works, has been examining and ruminating on the mysteries and anomalies of our world for decades. In this short booklet, Mott puts forth a revolutionary new idea concerning encounters with non-human beings, apparitions, entities and creatures, those which generally do not seem to conform strictly to the everyday "laws of nature" to which humanity must conform.

What Mott has uncovered demonstrates that, rather than being "paranormal" or "supernatural", encounters between humanity and these various "others" may in fact be completely, even predictably, natural in the truest sense of the word.

This treatise in e-book form should offer a serious step forward in the way the human race looks at these types of anomalous and frightening encounters, and perhaps lead us to a better understanding of how to record, thwart, and deal with them. If he is right, then we may be able to move quantitatively and qualitatively closer to studying such phenomena within the context of scientific investigation and examination.

Featuring a foreword by renowned researchers and writers Brad and Sherry Steiger, and a thoughtful afterword by writer and researcher Tim R. Swartz, this illustrated book offers compelling food for thought, and hopefully will open up new avenues for consideration in the study of anomalous phenomena.

About the Author:
Wm. Michael Mott (Mike to his friends) is a widely-published writer and artist who has several books and many magazine features in print. He's written about paranormal phenomena; comparative myth, religion and folk-lore; UFOs; cryptozoology; pulp, adventure, Sci-Fi and fantasy fiction; and art and education topics. He's been a featured guest on in excess of 30 national and internationally-syndicated radio programs, including Coast to Coast AM (3 times), and current he's one of the co-hosts at Unraveling the Secrets, a weekly program at http://www.unravelingthesecrets.com.

His personal web site is http://www.mottimorphic.com and he also has a Facebook fan page out there somewhere (linked from the web site). He can be reached through the web site, or at wmmott@mottimorphic.com.

He loves his kids and really, really likes books on myriad topics, dogs, and edged weapons. In addition to illustration work and writing, he crafts hand-made shillelaghs and walking-sticks upon occasion.


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About the Author

Wm. Michael Mott is a writer and artist who has six books and many magazine features in print or electronic book form. He's written about paranormal phenomena; comparative myth, religion and folklore; UFOs; cryptozoology; pulp, adventure, science fiction and fantasy fiction; and art and education topics. He's been a guest on in excess of 40 national and internationally-syndicated radio programs, and currently he's one of the co-hosts at Unraveling the Secrets, a weekly program at Paranormal Soup Radio (unravelingthesecrets.com).

He loves his kids and really, really likes books on myriad topics, as well as dogs and edged weapons. In addition to illustration work and writing, he crafts hand-made shillelaghs and walking-sticks, upon occasion.

Mike's personal web site is mottimorphic.com, where info about his writing and a gallery of his artwork can be found, and he also has a Facebook fan page (linked from the web site). He can be reached through the web site. A link to art prints of his work can also be found there.

Product Details

  • File Size: 698 KB
  • Print Length: 33 pages
  • Publisher: Global Communications (November 7, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A3TRGFK
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good book November 28, 2012
By Bobby
Format:Kindle Edition
The book is not an easy one to read. The subject is real and important. You'll find yourself growing stronger and stronger with each page. This book reminds me "a crossing or the drop's history" by Anatoliy Obraztsov. Because they teach us and make us think. Finally, you'll close them and realize that you are a completely different person than the one who began it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Valid And Enjoyable Exploration November 9, 2012
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I enjoyed this work of Mott's and recommend it to anyone who has ruminated on such topics. Whether the reader believes what he reads or not, the point of this piece is to discuss the possibilities and consider the author's opinion on a subject that is always going to be subjective anyway, where anything close to validation is concerned. If you're a 'skeptic', you're probably not going to like this work at all. I'm certain the venom from that camp will spew here. But if you're remotely interested in the topic of such strange phenomena as discussed in this piece, ignore the static and give it a read, if for no other reason than it's a refreshing break from where most alleged paranormal media has gone. Mott presents a thought-provoking discussion on a comprehensive theory of the paranormal which the various sub-fields of the paranormal media could take a lead from, rather than continue the exceedingly fruitless blind-men-and-the-elephant approach that has gone nowhere. It's time for us to stop being so damned serious about the paranormal. It's OK to have fun with such topics again. Ignore the critics and their agendas. Have fun with this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Right on the mark April 11, 2013
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This is an attempt to look into the variables involved in inter-dimensional realities and our, up to now, limited approach to getting to the gist of what could possibly be happening. I agree that the frequency question may play a major part in the apparent transfer or manifestation of energy being measurable and necessary for the perception of "other" worlds that may co-exist and run parallel to ours. The change in frequency/density is a real factor in understanding what's happening and deserves further study. A great insightful look into a mystical and seldom discussed topic. 5 stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Problem of Density Or Reality? April 11, 2013
By khat13
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The Problem of Density In Regard To Non-Human Encounters: Moving Toward A New UnderstandingAs I read this wonderful book, I have to admit that there were times when I had to re-read a sentence or two (but that is NOT a bad thing). This work is highly educational,provocative and will honestly make you rethink your own ideas on reality,truth and even the hype that surrounds this highly speculative field. I found that it genuinely made me think about all that I have read and watched from others over the years.
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More About the Author

Wm. Michael Mott is a writer and artist who has six books and many magazine features in print or electronic book form. He's written about paranormal phenomena; comparative myth, religion and folklore; UFOs; cryptozoology; pulp, adventure, science fiction and fantasy fiction; and art and education topics. He's been a guest on in excess of 40 national and internationally-syndicated radio programs, and currently he's one of the co-hosts at Unraveling the Secrets, a weekly program at Paranormal Soup Radio (www.unravelingthesecrets.com).

He's also been Creative Director for a national toy and manufacturing company, a software company, the Art Director for a city newspaper, has worked as an artist/designer for Fortune 500 companies, an NSF Engineering Research Center, and for a variety of clients such as book and magazine publishers. He's also a freelance artist and writer, and writes both fiction and non-fiction. His work has appeared or been featured in many publications, such as Computer Graphics World Magazine, Computer Artist, IEEE Computer, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, Syllabus Magazine, PHOTO-Electronic Imaging, DRAGON Magazine, FATE, NEXUS, World Explorer, and others. He's created artwork and graphics for book covers, posters, brochures, packaging, CD-ROM covers and art collections, digital and web-based media, and has won several design awards, from Addy and other awards, to awards for web site graphics and design. His artwork has been featured in various art shows, several one-man exhibits, and digital galleries in various venues.

He loves his kids and really, really likes books on myriad topics, as well as dogs and edged weapons. In addition to illustration work and writing, he crafts hand-made shillelaghs and walking-sticks, upon occasion.

Mike's personal web site is mottimorphic.com/blog/, where info about his writing and a gallery of his artwork can be found, and he also has a Facebook fan page (linked from the web site). He can be reached through the web site. A link to art prints of his work can also be found there.



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