Very Good. 223 p. The author examines how 19th-century occultism has been revitalized under the guise of scientific speculation, so that mysterious phenomenon are interpreted by those who claim to have witnessed them in scientific terms, a fact that the author argues can be explained by tensions within society.
1992. Batsford. First. Mint. dj. 9.5x6.5. 223pp. 580g. [OBB] This book examines how 19th-century occultism, particularly theosophy, has been revitalised in the guise of scientific speculation. In this way unexplained or mysterious phenomena such as Unknown Flying Objects, alien visitors and crop circles are discussed in technological terms.
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