The Mask of Time - Joan FormanMacDonald & Janes, 1978, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good - in Very Good DJ. Price Clipped. Slightly ruffled at top edges of DJ. Overall a very pleasant copy of this scarce book.
The general idea of time is of a progression, yet occasionally inexplicable interruptions of this straight flow appear to take place certain individuals experience precognition, accurately predicting future events; or perceive, fragmentarily, details of the past superimposed upon their own present. Sometimes the dislocation in time is of such a nature that entire areas of earlier history seem to be encountered, suggesting that the person concerned is 'remembering' them from a previous existence. First-hand case histories obtained by appeals through press and radio provided fascinating recent evidence of time peculiarities; the philosophers and earlier investigators into the subject gave the traditional (and occasionally untraditional) views of time. Most dramatically, there was the scientific viewpoint.
Number of Pages: 256
Cover Art By: David Fordham