Susy Smith, internationally known author of twenty-one books on parapsychology and the occult, traces the fascinting, many-faceted history of hypnosis-from its shady origins to its present status of quasi-respectability and its promising future as a tool for producing Extrasensory Perception.
In this book you will read about astonishing cases of hypnosis and the people who practice it.
The report of the California doctor who used hypnosis as the sole anesthetic in heart surgery on two teenagers . . .
The frightening story of a group of amateur hypnotists who placed a young girl in a trance so deep that she lost the use of English and began to speak in a strange, unknown language. The resulting loss of communication made it impossible for the hypnotists to bring the subject out of her trance . . .
The staggering implications of statistics-which show that many hypnotic trances lead to communication with the dead . . .
The Soviet professor who conducted long-distance telepathic hypnosis tests designed to make telepathy useful for the Russian cosmonauts . . .
Be sure to visit the Afterlife Codes website of the Susy Smith Project at www.afterlifecodes.com.
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Susy Smith is well known as the author of 29 books about the world of the unknown. Beginning 30 years ago as an agnostic newspaper reporter investigating a new and curious field, she has since developed her own psychic abilities to the point that she is now convinced her last two books were channeled through her from wise sources in the spirit world.
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Book Description MacMillan Publishing Company, 1973. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 26119307