EXPLORING THE HUMAN AURA by Nicholas & Jan Merta Regush

EXPLORING THE HUMAN AURA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Regush, who's had a varied publishing career from drugs to revolutionaries to, most recently, consumer manipulation (Open Reality, 1974, with R. Altshuler), is a newcomer to the world of the paranormal. Dowsing psychics are what originally turned him on, though this is a comprehensive exposition of just about every phenomenon dreamed of in that ""vast communication matrix [that] underlies all life."" Mesmer, Cayce, Kirlian photography, yoga, the Bermuda Triangle, Atlantis, Velikovsky, Gurdjieff, crib deaths, Mothman, ""Nessie,"" Snallygaster, cancer, Uri Geller, UFOs, possession and poltergeists can all be explained. They're all on the same energy wavelength--terrestrial manifestations of cosmic configurations and proof of harmony in the universe. There's more cultural desperation evident here than in any of Regush's earlier pop socio explorations, only this time he's hooked himself on the ""spiritual"" potential of ""genuine human beliefs,"" each more appalling than the last.

Pub Date: June 27th, 1975
Publisher: Prentice-Hall