PATTERNS OF PROPHECY by Alan Vaughan

PATTERNS OF PROPHECY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In 1965 Alan Vaughan bought a Ouija board and then began reading in the New York Public Library (all the books we've read for years) and managed to meet Eileen Garrett and fooled around with Jung's theory of synchronicity and went to see a number of mediums who predicted with greater synchronicity than clairvoyance that he would write a book like this and would move to California and become an editor for Psychic magazine. Except for his use of the Apollo mission as a focus for prophecy, he's just reusing the stuff of Ted Serios and Martin Ebon and Edgar Cayce and Jeane Dixon and dreams -- ""I recall being"" in an echo chamber of the eternal now.

Pub Date: Nov. 5th, 1973
Publisher: Hawthorn