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A facsimile reproduction of the ground-breaking work on TELEPATHY and ESP by Pulitzer Prize wining author Upton Sinclair, writer of The Jungle in which Sinclair exposed the abhorrent labor and sanitary conditions in the U.S. meatpacking industry. The Jungle created the protests that led to the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act and the Meat Inspection Act. With MENTAL RADIO, Sinclair’s work led directly to the establishing of the parapsychology department at Duke University. Based on experiments conducted by Sinclair and his wife, Mary Craig Sinclair, this lavishly illustrated book details breathtaking incidents of ESP and Telepathy so convincingly that psychical researcher Walter Franklin Prince conducted an independent analysis of the results two years later in 1932. He believed that telepathy had been demonstrated in Sinclair’s data. That report is included in this volume!
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The classic 1919 book UNMASKING FEAR now reissued with new introductions by noted Occultist Rev. E.M. Camarena, PhD. There is no reason to live your life in fear! Wake up to the way orthodox religion & Other “Powers That Be” control the population THROUGH FEAR! An invaluable treatise, this book is a must-read for anyone who wants to lead a free, independent life. A life WITHOUT FEAR! While some people will no doubt be offended and shocked by this book’s stance against organized religion seeking to control our lives, while those who use fear themselves will attempt to squelch this book, by misrepresenting the contents and belittling it, this book bravely exposes the way the manipulators of fear seek to hold onto power by any means necessary. Beware of those who would mislead you about this! Fear is all they have and they will use fear to stop YOU from reading this liberating book. The new introduction puts the book in its historical context and shows why it is still relevant today.