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Invisibility: Mastering the art of vanishing Hardcover – 1986
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Steve Richards has not been seen in several years. If you know of his whereabouts please contact the publisher. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is one of those books that you'll read once and think "Well that was a lot of information, but it didn't really tell me HOW...", but indeed IT DOES. In fact, this unassuming little book covers a great deal MORE than "just invisibility", It simply does so in a way that requires one to use their mind and read betwixt the lines a bit...but I PROMISE, it's in there!
I highly recommend this book to the seasoned occultist, the fledgling beginner and all levels in between. This little book holds a prominent position on my shelf for good reason.
His theory, shared by many other occultists, is that one must accumulate a cloud of akasha (ether, the fifth tattvic element) around their person, preventing light from reflecting off the physical body and thus reducing visibility. The importance of akasha to the phenomenon of invisibility has been suggested by Franz Bardon (a 20th century Czech occultist) and eastern adepts. This theory itself is sound, and the book explains it sufficiently, but unfortunately it is NOT accompanied by adequate practical instruction. There are instructions for the development of astral sight/clairvoyance and invisibility, and while the astral sight exercises are decent, the invisibility instructions are too vague to be practical. It is still a good book though, despite its shortcomings, and it should be read by anyone seeking to develop this ability.