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Impossible Realities: The Science Behind Energy Healing, Telepathy, Reincarnation, Precognition, and Other Black Swan Phenomena Paperback – September 1, 2012
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A few days later he called me from New York City and perfectly described the room in which I was sitting, including the swimming pool outside! He wrongly included a table that had been removed three weeks before and this was to be an important clue to the nature of the phenomenon.
Maureen's book is a disappointment as it needs an editor in spite of one credited. Regardless declaring how easy it is to bend flatware on "Coast to Coast" and in her book, no instructions are given and it remains beyond me. Miss Caudill does not answer inquiries with regard to this technique, which is behavior below the standard for responsible authors.
Ms. Caudill fails to define terms; uses "scientific data" and "evidence." There are no such "scientific" anythings and this is shocking for someone trained in physics plus an editor not seeing said flaws, but the book has value.
She reviewed many "psi energy" studies in spite of refusing to use the label. "Psi" is the 26th letter of the Greek alphabet, looks like a three pronged pitchfork, symbolizes the mysterious "energy" of psychic metal benders, healers and mediums, but not Maureen Caudill. To her it is just "energy." So much for "science.Read more ›
"Impossible Realities" is a compilation of scientific data, anecdotes and the personal experiences of Maureen Caudill, who spent fifteen years researching artificial intelligence and neural networks. If that sounds very "techie", let me assure you, this book is written in a style everyone can understand. It's a fascinating and eye-opening study of the science behind psychic and paranormal activity. If you are a skeptic, you'll find the research substantial enough to reconsider your views. If you are a believer, you'll rejoice in the validation. And if you're a student, you'll find a wealth of information from which to learn and study.
Maureen has compiled a thought provoking blend of information to support the existence of eight areas of psychic/paranormal activity: psychokinesis, remote viewing, energy healing, telepathy, animal telepathy, precognition, afterlife and reincarnation. I'm sure some of you are saying, "Hogwash!" And that's fine. Diversity of thought and action is what makes our world more interesting. However, I challenge you to read this book with an open mind and consider the possibility that these powers might exist.
The introduction tells a simple story about a village who believes swans are always white. And because no one had ever seen a swan of another color, a theory was born that all swans are white. The villagers accepted this as law. It was taught in their schools and never questioned until one day a little girl asked her teacher.Read more ›
Impossible Realities is the type of book that can be life changing. If you are unsure of the paranormal possibilities in our very own reality, this book could shock you into seeking out the truth for yourself, and finding some truly awesome things in the process.
The topics in the paranormal realm included are: psychokinesis, remote viewing, energy healing, telepathy, animal telepathy, precognition, survival after death, and reincarnation. Each one is discussed to explain what it is, and also gives anecdotal and empirical evidence of each.
My favorite portion was the one with animal telepathy. Anyone who has had animals in their life knows that they can communicate with you. They can tell you things with more than just their barks or meows. I also enjoyed the spoon bending chapter, I just wish the author had taught us how to do it, too.
I really like this book. I've read many paranormal books, and this one that offers more a scientific focus on it, which I can appreciate. Paranormal enthusiasts will be drawn to reading this book because it offers a different perspective on the topics than many of the other books on the topic provide readers with. Skeptics that actually read it, may end up questioning some of their previous "beliefs" about the paranormal field.Read more ›
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Maureen Caudill is a classically trained physicist and computer programmer-turned-psychic, a topic she discusses in her previous book, Suddenly Psychic. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Laura
\!This is a recap of 5 of the supernatural forces of our day. She is psychic and is trying to say that we can all learn to become psychic. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dolores J. Reed
I liked this book. the author takes science and the supernatural , and explains, how they work together. I would recommend this read.Published on May 30, 2014 by Robin Boyd
I have just finished reading "Impossible Realities" and, if I have understood chapter 6 correctly, the effects of this caused me to read "Suddenly Psychic" several years ago... Read morePublished on April 8, 2014 by Stephanie Hill
I love reading about the science behind each "black swan". It helps me to help my clients better understand how different types of energy work helps them heal.Published on October 4, 2013 by Alisa Sacca
As one proceeds through this book one will put it down and ponder then one will feel their mind open in amazement as one picks it up and continue on an adventure that is unexpected... Read morePublished on April 9, 2013 by Roberto Mora
very readable and to the point. is not an exhaustive study and does not claim to be. mainly discusses her experience with various phenomena and some supporting scientific study.Published on January 30, 2013 by bruce mertes
This not only did not meet my expectations, I haven't had the desire to continue reading it. I will probably donate it to the public library.Published on January 8, 2013 by Nancy R. Moore