ADVENTURES INTO THE PSYCHIC by Jess Stearn

ADVENTURES INTO THE PSYCHIC

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It seemingly was foreordained that Stearn write The Sleeping Prophet and this contains a lot of additional information about Edgar Cayce, and in particular his phenomenal diagnoses and castor oil cure alls. In fact, Stearn ran into one man who, after reading Stearn's book, used a Cayce crude oil treatment to completely grow a new set of hair. Along with such eureka unique, Stearn trots out a whole array of modern mentors like Helen Stalls who predicted Jackie and Onassis' togetherness way back when that was really too much to be believed. And then there's the air force major assigned to find telepaths and use them as possible planet to planet telecasters. Stearn himself has been meditating a lot lately and has managed a few minor prognostications himself. In the meantime, he's been in some interesting sessions with people like Peter Hurkos, the Dutch psychic famed for his police detection work. Also included is an astrological breakdown of Mia and Frank's affair. The stars' stars were not in conjunctual orbit. Enough Adventurers and certainly prophet-able.

Pub Date: Oct. 13th, 1969
Publisher: Coward-McCann