November 12, 2003
Time Travel: A New Perspective
By J. H. Brennan
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (March 1997)
Pages: 224 - Price: $12.95
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
Time Travel is an intriguing nonfiction work from prolific Irish author J. H. Brennan. He is the author of more than 70 books, among them such titles as Occult Tibet and Magick for Beginners.
Another interesting aspect of this book is the comment on the possibility that ghosts and apparitions may be time slip experiences that certain people encounter. He gives various references to actual events. A repetition in time sequence allows the events to happen again and be witnessed by the living.
The 28 chapters will entertain the readers of the paranormal, and there is much information to be shared, and learned. This book is about temporal anomalies throughout the world. Artifacts and skeletons and items that are documented as having appeared millions of years before humanity appeared on this planet, and the question arises as to whether this may be physical evidence of time travelers from the future.
For instance, during 1928 two miles north of Heavener, Oklahoma, a coal miner named Atlas Almon Mathis made an amazing discovery at a good depth in a coal mine. Twelve-inch cubical blocks were discovered following blasting. It was documented that the blocks were part of a wall running 150 yards. The seam of coal this wall was found in was dated at 286 million years old. The unanswered question remains to this day: Who built that wall 286 million years ago? And what else is buried in the same area?
The possibilities and information regarding the physics of time travel are presented in a clear, concise manner. Information and techniques for attempting time travel are discussed and analyzed.
This is the type of book that will stir controversy. It is well-written, and factual. In asking questions about time travel, it also answers many of those questions.
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