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7909

Handbook of Unusual Natural Phenomena

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William R. Corliss [Arlington House 1986] I 16.5cmx23.5cm Hardcover 423p

Luminous Phenomena(発光現象);Optical and Radio Anomalies in the Atmosphere(大気中の光と電磁気の例外的現象);Unusual Weather Events(異常な気象現象);Falling Material(降下物);The Strange Phenomena of Earthquakes(地震に伴う不思議な現象);Phenomena of the Hydrosphere(水圏における現象);Unusual Natural Sounds(超自然音);Magnetic Disturbances(磁気撹乱);Index

 

 

 

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THE WAY OUT WORLD

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Long John Nebel [PRENTICE-HALL 1961] 14x21cm 225p

Gentle Reader
1. Th e Bi rt h of a Pi t chman
2. Flying Saucers and UFO
3. Five I nc h Blondes
a n d Thr ee Wild Georges
4. Sat urni an Lovers and Venusian Mistresses
5. Th e $20, 000, 000 Ti cket to the Moon Plus Some Impossible Inventions
6. A Backward Look a t Bridey Murphy
and Rei ncarnat i on
7. Edga r Cayce, Psychic Doctor, a n d J o h n R. Brinkley, King of t he Quacks
8. Th e Healers and Philosophers
9. Deros, Devils a n d Snowmen (Incredi bl e Cr eat ur es)
10. Happy Mediums a n d Thei r Not-so-Happy Clients
11. Tales of Magic and Th e Occult, Some Wi t hout Endings

 

 

 

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7907

The Complete Books of Charles Fort

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Charles Fort [Dover Publications 1974] 14.5cmx22.0cm 1125p

The Book of The Damned;New Lands;Lo!;Wild Talents;Index
Did beings from outer space visit earth in the past . . . are the various objects seen in the sky (flying saucers, in modern terminology) evidences of their visits? What is the explanation of falls of frogs, falls of fishes, falls of seashells, which have been recorded from time to time? Are they explainable in terms of selective tornadoes, or are they evidences of a planetary mechanism that we do not know?
How can we account for all the inexplicable astronomical observations that have been made in the past: lights on the moon in the crater Plato, extension of lunar rays. bodies between Mercury and the Sun, appearances seen leaving the planet Mars?
How can we answer reports of strange animals. disappearances of men from open sight, curious structures in the snow, talents like teleportation and telekinesis?
These are the "damned," by which the late Charles Fort meant all the wide range of mysteries that are ignored by orthodox science or explained away improperly.
Charles Fort worked full time for twenty-seven years at the British Museum and the New York Public Library researching scientific journals, old periodicals, newspapers, and manuscript accounts to gather material on phenomena from the borderlands between science and fantasy. His researches appeared in four books, The Book of the Damned, New Lands. Lo!. and Wild Talents.
In these four volumes Fort gathered together, organized and commented on a wild host of phenomena: flying saucers seen in the sky before the invention of aircraft, flying wheels, strange noises in the sky; correlations between volcanic activity and atmospheric phenomena; falls of red snow; falls of frogs. fishes, worms, shells, jellies; finding of "thunderbolts"; discrepancies in the schedules of comets, sightings on Mars and the moon; infra-Mercurian planets; inexplicable foot-prints in snowfields; flat earth phenomena, disruptions of gravity; poltergeist phenomena; stigmata; surviving fossil animals; the Jersey devil; Kaspar Hauser; spontaneous combustion; and similar weird effects. All this mass of data Fort described in what is at times one of the most brilliant styles of his day.
Charles Fort himself never really explained his phenomena, beyond making vague hints of an organic universe and neo-Hegelianism, yet through the years his following has grown. At first his work was picked up by literary men who admired his gifts greatly, men like Theodore Dreiser, Booth Tarkington, Clarence Darrow, Havelock Ellis, and Oliver Wendell Holmes. Then it influenced the development of science fiction, offering what are called "Fortean themes." Today it is of triple value, as the great predecessor to all extraterrestrial speculations, far superior in quality to its successors. as a codified source for a multitude of phenomena not readily findable elsewhere, and as a stimulating, bewildering, intoxicating, intellectual tour de force, brilliantly expressed, some-times convincing.
Complete reprinting of The Book of the Damned (1919), New Lands (1923), Lo! (1931), Wild Talents (1932). New introduction by Damon Knight. Index to all four volumes.

 

 

 

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SECRET FORCES

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Bruce A. Perreault [Health Research 1988] 7p

 

 

 

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ANGELS AND ALIENS

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Keith Thompson [Addison-Wesley 1991] 16x24cm 283p

CONTENTS

Prologue

ONE: Ni ne objects soaring over Mount Rainier like " a saucer
skipping over water." A modern legend begins. The United
States Air Force says no. Chasing Venus in an F-51. "Est i mat e
of t he Situation." Ent er t he debunkers. A preliminary pl ot

TWO: A creation myth f01 ufo logy. The compulsive drive
to explain t he phenomenon. Deception, revelation, and t he
search for t r ue patterns. Any theory will do. Ent er Proteus,
shape-shifter: ''Ask me your questions." Making things fit,
or when believing is seeing.

THREE: The spectacular sightings of the summer of 1952:
"fireflies under glass"? Life magazine joins t he battle. En t e r
the contactees. The Villas-Boas abduction case. Ufologists
fight it o u t among themselves.

FOUR: The phenomenon' s "peculiar doubleness of intention. "
Ent er Carl J ung and the archetypal perspective. UFOs as
"paraphysical." Origins: out er space or parallel dimensions?
Appearances of Men in Black. Proteus continues to confound
Ii teral thinking.

FI VE: Donald Keyhoe's televised debacle. Edward Ruppelt's
sudden reversal. The remarkable New Gui nea episode of
1959. The ar t of debunking: explain every case at all costs.
The battle for congressional hearings. Rumors of govern-
ment cover-up. Betty and Barney Hill's legendary encounter.

SIX: Ufology's founding cases. The troubled issue of UFO
precedents. "Hodomur, Man o f Infinity." Ghost rockets and
"foo-fighters." The great California airship scare. Aerial
pillars of light and fiery crosses. Ezekiel's spinning wheel.
Th e dilemma of t he phenomenon's t rue beginnings.

SEVEN: The famous Socorro sighting of 1964. Philip J.
Klass, debunker extraordinaire. Major newspapers demand
fair-minded investigation. The infamous Michigan swamp
gas case. Th e crucial transformation of J. Allen Hynek. The
Condon committee disaster.

EI GHT: From t he annals of myth, ent er Hermes, fleet-
footed messenger of t he gods, spanner of h"undar i es, guar-
dian of thresholds; Trickster, p a r t animal, t human, pa r t
god; and Dionysus, god of masks, lover o f dramatic arts.
The continuing presence of these mythic persons i n t he
UFO debate.

NI NE: Jacques Vallee throws down t he gauntlet. Capt ai n
Coyne's helicopter encounters a UFO. Charlie Hi ckson and
Calvin Parker come face to face wi t h " t h r e e whatever-they-
weres." Chariots o f the Gods? Th e 1973-1974 UFO wave in
t he Uni t ed States. Divisive new bat t l es loom. 99
TEN: The UFO epic's key players. Mayan encounters wi t h
extraterrestrials? Anci ent Japanese aerial sightings. Compari-
sons among extraordinary encounters: UFOs, airships, fairies,
and dwarfs. Same o r different?
ELEVEN: Are out er space aliens murdering our cattle?
Strange Spanish aerial object. A visionary encounter i n
Miroslaw Goralski's garden. Wh a t did Mr. D. ] . Har r i s see
i n Milford Haven, Wales? Hermi ni o and Bianca meet "Karen"
i n Brazil. Eduar d "Billy" Meier: charlatan or saint?

TWELVE: Gregory Bateson on " t h e pat t er n which connects."
Varieties o f UFO encounters. Wh a t is an angel? "Miracle at
Fatima." Th e extraordinary journeys o f shamans. Near-death
experiences.

THIRTEEN: " I t is only a mat t er of time before we prevail."
Di d a saucer crash a t Roswell? Budd Hopki ns and t h e
abduction epidemic. A new field day for debunkers. Ritual-
ized warfare among ufologists.

FOURTEEN: Alien encounters as a rite o f passage. On
accepting " t h e Cr Adventure." UFOs as "agents of
cultural deconstruc H.m." The "invisibility" of abductees.
The experience of living " i n t h e margins." Fur t her parallels
among alien encounters and shamanic journeys. "Cracks
between worlds." Jacques Vallee: " No t contact but controL"
Uf ol ogy as a modern Babel.

FIFTEEN: Int repi d ufol ogy marches on. "St ar Wars": protec-
tion from aliens? The deat h o f ] . Allen Hynek. The Whitley
Strieber controversy. New battles among researchers. The
infamous Gul f Breeze case: final breakthrough or notorious
hoax? Uf ol ogy' s own continuing cover-up.

SIXTEEN: Meeting otherkind on middle ground. Ent er
Michael Murphy: The Future 0/ the Body. Evidence for
supernormal human functioning. The shifting boundary
between mind and matter. First glimpses of "a larger earth"?
Humans as secret amphibians. The parable of the bobber.
Shared human-alien biology. Training for alien encounters.

Epilogue

Acknowledgments

Notes

Bibliography

Index

 

 

 

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Science Frontiers

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William R. Corliss [Sourcebook 1994] 21.5cmx28cm Softcover 350p

Preface(序文);Archeology(考古学);Ancient Engineering Works(古代の技術的所産);Small Artifacts(小さな人工物);Epigraphy and Art(碑文と芸術);Bones and Footprints(骨と足跡);Diffusion and Culture(伝播と文化 );Astronomy(天文学);Planets and Moons(惑星と月);Solar System Debris(太陽系のゴミ);Stars(星);Galaxies and Quasars(星雲と準星);Cosmology(宇宙論);Biology(生物学);Humans(人間);Other Mammals(他の哺乳動物);Birds(鳥);Reptiles and Amphibians(爬虫類と両生類);Fish(魚);Arthropods(節足動物);Invertebrates(無脊椎動物);Plants and Fungi(植物と菌類);Microorganisms(微生物);Genetics(遺伝学);Origin of Life(生命の起源);Evolution(進化);Geology(地質学);Topography(地形学);Geological Anomalies(地質学の例外);Stratigraphy(地層学);Inner Earth(地球の内部);Geophysics(地球物理学);Luminous Phenomena(発光現象);Weather Phenomena(気象現象);Hydrological Phenomena(水文学的現象);Earthquakes(地震);Anomalous Sounds(異常な音);Atmospheric Optics(大気の光学現象);Psychology(心理学);Dissociation Phenomena(現象);Hallucinations(幻覚症状);Mind-Body Phenomena(心-体現象);Hidden Knowledge(隠された知識 );Reincarnation(転生);Information Processing(情報処理);Psychokinesis(念力);Chemistry, Physics, Math, Esoterica(化学・物理学・数学・奥義);Chemistry(化学);Physics(物理学);Mathematics(数学);Esoterica(奥儀);Subject Index(対象索引);

 

 

 

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