By Maria McCann
A sensational story of obsession and homicide from a superb author.
Early within the English Civil battle, a physique is dredged from the pond of a Royalist property. As Meat Loves Salt is the testomony of Jacob Cullen, murder and fugitive. enthusiastic about the sleek Christopher Ferris, he follows him to develop into a London printer, a Digger and, ultimately, an emigrant to the hot global
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Richard Alpert of the Dept. of Psychology at Harvard University, met Sai Baba in India and was given a small medallion by that guru. Sai Baba held out his hand, a glow appeared in his palm, and the glow slowly solidified into the medallion. Dr. Alpert was amazed and commented to one of Sai Baba’s associates on this miracle of creation. “Oh, don’t be silly, he didn’t create that,” replied the devotee. He has a whole 39 Chapter Three: Reality, Etc. warehouse full of those things. ” Sai Baba’s own attitude towards this sort of thing is that all is illusion, or maya.
When Barney was asked to recall the language used by the UFOnaut, Barney stated that the being did not speak to him by word, but told him what to do by the alien’s thoughts making his thoughts understand. ” Yet he described its process quite well. It seemed to me to be rather an exaggeration of scientific caution to declare, as so many did, that all of the people who claimed this telepathic communication were suffering from identical forms of mental aberration. The more appropriate response seemed to me to be to attempt to check this common denominator out.
4 I had been pondering several interesting statements communicated through contactees by the alleged UFO source prior to discovering Larson’s work in the early ’60s. Although the people who had received these communications knew nothing of the problems of modern physics, they were getting information which apparently was quite central to physical theory: first, they suggested that the problem with our science was that it did not recognize enough dimensions. Second, they stated that light does not move; light is.
As Meat Loves Salt by Maria McCann