UFOs Over Loch Ness?
When Paranormal Phenomena Intersect
The idea that paranormal phenomena inhabit the shadows of our material world is not an original thought. What is a bit more original is the idea that various paranormal phenomena not only exist, but that they intersect and interrelate with each other. This hypothesis even forces the conclusion that, if one wants answers to the question of what is really going on in the paranormal realm, the ultimate answers may come only by regarding the seemingly separately phenomena instead as a sort of paranormal stew.
I am absolutely convinced that the most important scientific question of our day is: What is really going on in the realm of paranormal phenomena? The answer may indeed be so complex that we have about the same chance of understanding it as my dog's chances of understanding how to change the oil on my car. But I won't let that possibility stop me from at least looking for answers. We can understand it, I think, if we just apply our intellect and ability to reason, but also if we do not shy away from the critical need to think outside the box.
After spending years investigating the bigfoot phenomenon in a self-inflicted paranormal vacuum, it finally dawned on me that the possible unification of paranormal phenomena is exactly the idea that needs to be more fully investigated. So, that's what I did.
Two years after diving into the paranormal stew, I have tentatively concluded my investigation. I have gathered enough information, at least, to present a coherent answer to the vexing question of exactly how at least some of the paranormal phenomena relate to each other. The result is Edges of Science, the new book by Thom Powell.
|Very snazzy cover designed by Guy Edwards|
Don't let this discourage you. The answers are out there. I think the Edges of Science will be a big help or I would not have written it. In any event, the wait is over. Thom Powell's paranormal manifesto is about to hit the bookstores. The official release date is the Summer Solstice, 2015. On that single day, Sunday, June 21, you will be able to buy the Kindle version of the bold book for just $1.99.
If the good readers of this blog are kind enough to buy a Kindle file that they may never even read, they will help elevate the one-day sales total to a level that will force the publishing industry to sit up and take
|Some of the brilliant artwork by Alicia Bateman in Edges of Science|
So, remember, Sunday June 21st. Two lousy bucks and a visit to Amazon.com. Click here for the link to Amazon.com page for the Kindle version of Edges of Science.