The Science of the Unexplainable
Due out November 24, 2014!
We live in an environment permeated by both natural and artificial sources of electromagnetic energy, while we ourselves are electromagnetic beings. As we continue to pollute and thereby alter our electromagnetic environment, we are also altering ourselves. In particular, these changes infringe on the psychic side of our being.
This exciting and controversial new title shows how all things, from the mundane to the mysterious, are tied together by a vast–and largely invisible–electromagnetic web. It examines ESP, poltergeist disturbances, psychokinesis, spontaneous human combustion and other paranormal phenomena from an electromagnetic perspective. It also reveals how the artificial, alien energies we’ve been introducing into our environment shape the way we experience the paranormal.
Strange Electromagnetic Dimensions explores such questions as:
– Do human beings possess a magnetic “sixth sense” similar to that of homing pigeons?
– Are artificial electromagnetic fields, such as those emitted by power lines, gradually destroying our health?
– Can being struck by lightning or suffering a severe electric shock result in the development of psychic abilities?
– What do scientists make of the fact that ball lightning can pass through walls, enter rooms by squeezing through keyholes, and display seemingly intelligent behavior?
Sometimes natural phenomena have supernatural consequences.
Praise for Strange Electromagnetic Dimensions
“All living systems depend on electromagnetism. So does a large portion of the global economy. Given its importance you might think we understand all there is to know about the human-electromagnetic relationship. You’d be wrong, as you’ll discover in Proud’s intriguing book Strange Electromagnetic Dimensions.”—Dean Radin, PhD, Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) and author of Supernormal: Science, Yoga, and the Evidence for Extraordinary Psychic Abilities (2013)
“I was shocked to discover that I am among the people who experience one of the phenomena that are explained in this exciting and unexpected book: I put out street lights when I walk under them. It turns out that this is a known phenomenon, not a coincidence. And did you know that being struck by lightning as a child is a characteristic shared by many psychics? Proud’s Strange Electromagnetic Dimensions is an exciting exploration of an amazing and little-known phenomenon: the way we react to the electromagnetic phenomena around us. A terrific achievement!”—Whitley Strieber, author of Solar Flares: What You Need to Know (2012) and Solving the Communion Enigma: What is to Come (2013)
“Strange Electromagnetic Dimensions examines the physiological, environmental and often paranormal influences and effects caused by electricity and electromagnetic energy in this well-researched and thoughtful book. From the mysterious nature of lightning to the more complex relationship between the brain and EM field anomalies that may trigger poltergeist activity, Proud delves into the world of electrical influences we take for granted yet which may be altering our experience of reality. An intriguing book that balances scientific research with enigmatic inquiries into quantum fields, parapsychology and the body electric.”—Marie D. Jones, author of The Resonance Key: Exploring the Links Between Vibration, Consciousness, and the Zero Point Grid (2009) and PSIence: How New Discoveries in Quantum Physics and New Science May Explain the Existence of Paranormal Phenomena (2006)
“In a fascinating book, one that covers such issues as (a) the connections between lightning strikes and psychic phenomena; (b) animals that hunt in the infrared range; (c) how electricity can adversely affect human health; and (d) the mysteries of magnetic fields, Proud takes us on an amazing journey into the mysterious heart of the electromagnetic spectrum.”—Nick Redfern, author of Close Encounters of the Fatal Kind: Suspicious Deaths, Mysterious Murders, and Bizarre Disappearances in UFO History (2014)
“Proud opens up questions that need to be asked, in this new book. He reminds us that most of the natural world is invisible to us and we can be quite startled when the invisible becomes visible. What doors are we opening, without knowing it? Controversial and provocative—a book that needed to be written.”—John Shirley, author of Gurdjieff: An Introduction to his Life and Ideas (2004)
“Proud’s Strange Electromagnetic Dimensions is a detailed look at the importance of electromagnetic radiation with respect to a wide panorama of biological life and human experiences. From the significance of earth’s magnetic field, to cellular processes, to the dangers of smart meters, to the world of unexplained psychic experiences, Proud takes us on a journey that is both timely and well-researched. A wide-reaching overview of our vital, invisible electromagnetic world.”—David Ironside, creator/co-producer of TV3 New Zealand documentary Is Your Cell Phone Killing You?
Available for pre-order from Amazon.