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Human Levitation: A True History and How-To Manual
Preston Dennett

Levitation is a rare phenomenon that has been experienced not only by saints, mystics, and mediums, but also by housewives, businessmen, farmers, young children, and other seemingly normal people. In fact, research points to the probability that all people posess the ability. This book tells the story of how levitation has been understood and treated according to its time and place in history. Human Levitation provides: - Accounts from ancient times to the modern day; - An up-to-date collection of research and case studies; - Detailed explanations revealing the mechanics of levitation; - Scientifically proven and photographed research; and - A wide variety of methods used from different cultures that anybodyeven youcan use to achieve the mystical state of levitation. Is levitation a reality? The answer is a resounding, yes! Human Levitation represents a significant contribution to our understanding of human potential and humanity's place in the universe. Special Note from the Publisher: Although this book provides instructional guidance for personal levitation, the publisher in no way advocates, advises, or condones these practices due to the varied dangers involved.
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Preston Dennett

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Preston Dennett began investigating UFOs in 1986 when he discovered that his family, friends, and coworkers were having dramatic encounters. He is a field investigator for the Mutual UFO Network and a member of numerous other UFO organizations. He has interviewed nearly one thousand witnesses and investigated cases of virtually every type. He has been referred UFO cases by the police. He is the author of eight books and more than one hundred articles. His research has been presented in the LA Daily News and the LA Times. He has appeared on numerous radio and television programs and currently devotes his times to firsthand research and educating the public.



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