Divining the Primary Sense: Unfamiliar Radiation in Nature, Art and Science. Herbert WEAVER, Mike Weaver.

Divining the Primary Sense: Unfamiliar Radiation in Nature, Art and Science.

London / Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul and Henley, 1978. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. xiv + 140pp. Black cloth with silver titling to spine, b&w illustrations, endnotes and index. Weaver's theory - derived from experience divining or dowsing - is that people, animals, plants and objects emit radiation that prehistoric and primitive man was able to sense directly. While this ability has been lost to modern man Weaver has created a device that he says can replicate it. Chapters include: Primary perception in living creatures; Physical properties of signs; Architectural sanctuary; Chemical secrets of ceremony; Radiational after-life. Very light bruising to spine ends and corners, else a tight, bright and unmarked near Fine copy in lightly rubbed VG+ dust jacket. (A bit of light rubbing and creasing to dust jacket edges. Now protected in removable mylar cover.). Item #65556
ISBN: 0710087349

Price: $30.00

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