Glimpses Into Infinity by Frank Hives & Gascoigne Lumley


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John Lane & The Bodley Head, 1931. 228 pages. Boards rubbed with markings, otherwise a very good copy. 

'The attitude taken up by most people of intelligence towards such experiences as have been related to me by Frank generally one of incredulity". His experiences prior to the writing of this book would have been regarded as Ghost Stories, but with Einstein's theory of the principle of relativity and James Jean's "waves of probability", Hives is now taken more seriously.'

Category Parapsychology