Invisibility: Mastering the Art of Vanishing

Invisibility Mastering the Art of Vanishing Invisibility From Harry Potter s famous cloak to the secrets of the Invisible Man popular culture has long been obsessed with the idea of becoming invisible Yet the art of invisibility is one of th

  • Title: Invisibility: Mastering the Art of Vanishing
  • Author: Steve Richards
  • ISBN: 9781578635535
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • Invisibility: Mastering the Art of Vanishing

    Invisibility From Harry Potter s famous cloak, to the secrets of the Invisible Man, popular culture has long been obsessed with the idea of becoming invisible.Yet, the art of invisibility is one of the most closely guarded of all occult secrets For centuries magicians and adepts have hinted at ways of achieving this seemingly impossible feat, but now these ideas have beInvisibility From Harry Potter s famous cloak, to the secrets of the Invisible Man, popular culture has long been obsessed with the idea of becoming invisible.Yet, the art of invisibility is one of the most closely guarded of all occult secrets For centuries magicians and adepts have hinted at ways of achieving this seemingly impossible feat, but now these ideas have been brought together for the first time Full description

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    1. Patrick Sprunger

      This is surprisingly more coherent than you'd think. The science is undoubtedly questionable (even if one adjusts for the decade it was written (the 1980s)), but the author obfuscates heroically. The pseudo-science/mumbo jumbo he proffers as his basis for belief in magic withstands the casual scrutiny of a non-scientist, at least. I know it's wrong, but I can't tell you why. And that's the mark of good work in this field.On a personal note, I was disappointed that the author discounts the reliab [...]

    2. Ryan

      I received an advanced copy of this book for free through ' First Reads giveaways.I found the premise of the book to be quite intriguing, especially the rear covers description that stated in included Einsteinian physics. While the book does discuss matters of of the electromagnetic (light) spectrum as well as the physiology and psychological functioning on the eye and sight, I did not feel the author truly delved into the realms of science to make his point or warrant the inclusion of the physi [...]

    3. Clair Belmonte

      I received an advanced copy of this book for free through ' First Reads giveaways.Although I found this book interesting, it was definitely not what I expected based on the blurb on the back. While I expected this book to be a discussion of invisibility as a concept in popular culture and high art, this is more synonymous with a Wiccan how-to book.For what it was, the book was fascinating. However, the writing was shaky at best - the author does not seem very confident in his own abilities, but [...]

    4. Crystal Robertson

      I received this book free as a good reads first read. Although I enjoyed the historical content and controversial views of this book, I found it difficult to follow at times and a bit boring in the sense of a textbook.

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