English | 256 pages | ISBN-10: 071020292X | PDF | 60.91 MB
A sorcerer mumbles a spell over a photograph of a seriously ill girl, and she is cured. Another sorcerer sticks pins in a wax
doll, and his distant victim screams. Preposterous? Certainly that's what we were taught, but a mass of evidence has accumu-
lated suggesting that we were wrong, that these things may occur, and occur in accordance with rationally determined
principles. In this persuasively argued book, J. Finley Hurley gives serious consideration to the possibility that old-fashioned strike
-dead-and-blind sorcery is a reality.