Beyond Space and Time An ESP Casebook Author:Martin Ebon (Editor) Actual records indicate that many trains, ships -- and airplanes involved in serious accidents carried fewer passengers than usual. Could this mean that some people "heard" warnings, and listened? Every ay, the validity of telepathy and prophecy is attested to by science and scientific method. The cases presented in these pages testify... more » further to the variety and lasting impact that extrasensory experiences have in modern life.
Messages can be transmitted, without words, from one person to another by the mind alone... and, when conditions are precisely correct certain individuals can actually "see" specific future events before they happen!
These are the only conclusions that can be drawn from the thousands of recorded cases involving prophecy and telepathy of which the ones in this book are a representative cross-section. Leading authorities in the field of psychic phenomena have collected authentic experiences -- their own and other people's -- in the area of accurate foreknowledge. Each experience described here has been carefully documented and put to the test of parapsychology. A schoolteacher acts on a compelling premonition, and saves her mother's life; a tea-leaf reader tells a policeman all about a multiple murder, before it happens; a young woman predicts her father's death, and is falsely accused of his murder.... Each of these is living proof that the future can be known -- that the gift of prophecy can strike unexpectedly, anywhere.
Psychic research has revealed that telepathy -- or "mental telegraphy," as Mark Twain called it -- is actually a common human experience! Documented case histories -- a young woman calling out a plea in the middle of the night, and preventing a murder many miles away; a homebound welder following a compulsion to return to work, and saving a friend from being buried alive; a doctor reading the "brain waves" of an unknown killer, and identifying him to the police -- these and others show why today's "supernatural phenomena" may become tomorrow's staggering new science of the mind.« less