Books by Brad Steiger

Released: Nov. 5, 1976

"Steiger's message is harmless and possibly constructive, but his informants will try the patience even of devotees."
In this latest outreach, Steiger presents ideas given to him "during the time-out-of-time" he spent with the Egyptian goddess Sekmet. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 1, 1975

"But then, as Bob Dylan said in another context: 'You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows."
Steiger has discovered something called the "Maxwell-Wheeler weather-energy cycle" and, properly understood, it explains all: wars, depressions, stock market crashes, famines, riots. Read full book review >
Released: June 6, 1975

"A bit of this, a pinch of that, toads' eyes and bat brains."
This anthology of paranormal and weird hypotheses double-jumps all across the Cosmic Game board with a lot of "childlike capacity for fantasy." Read full book review >
Released: March 25, 1975

"It's also obvious that you don't need the Source to partake of God or humility or sex."
The Source ("you are communicating with a veiled force field") speaks through one Louis Gitter who lives in an old inn on Orcas Island off the coast of Washington. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 27, 1975

"Is that what it is?"
Steiger, who has his own form of glossalalia (two books a year), contends that Chicago is the "power center" and has loosely assembled some of the readers, clairvoyants, etc. doing the most "serous" work—although none of it is very substantive. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 11, 1974

"Along with all those overfamiliar phenomena like Atlantis or UFOs, to be teleported quickly to some universal circular File."
An olla podrida of just about everything from sources (the Bible-Science Newsletter or Velikovsky or Ivan Sanderson or Scientific American) to mishappenings — whether it's a monkey who falls from the sky on the clothes line or "strange pets" like a growling monster seven feet tall. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 14, 1974

"As they say down on the reservation, watch where you step."
Shamanism or just plain sham — this comes out of the same box of poxes as Steiger's Atlantis Rising, Know the Future Today and UFO Breakthrough, gussied up with a few beads and feathers from four (and that's a magic number) Amerindian Medicine persons. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 8, 1973

"Well-intentioned, credulous nonsense."
Steiger has thus far written on UFOs, ESP, the lost continent of Atlantis, reincarnation and every other sort of psychic phenomenon, so that Indian medicine power is right up his spooked alley. Read full book review >