Anima Evidence of a Yogic Siddhi

Phillips, Stephen
Theosophical Publishing House
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Anima Evidence of a Yogic Siddhi (Paperback)
Stephen Phillips graduated in theoretical physics in 1968 from the University of Cambridge, England. Studying at the University of Cape Town with Professor W. G. Frahn, South Africa’s leading nuclear physicist, he took his M.Sc. degree in theoretical physics in 1971, gaining the university’s premier research scholarship. He then earned his Ph.D. at the University of California, where he also taught mathematics and physics. In 1979 one of his scientific papers was published, proposing a theory that unified particle interactions and predicted that quarks are not fundamental (as most physicists currently believe) but are composed of three more basic particles (‘subquarks’) which may have been recently detected at Fermilab, the high-energy physics laboratory near Chicago in America.
Phillips is the author of Extra-sensory Perception of Quarks (TPH: USA, 1980), which related to Annie Besant’s and C. W. Leadbeater’s clairvoyant observations of such subatomic particles (as well as quarks) to particle physics. His book ESP of Quarks and Superstrings, which extends this earlier work, will be published in 1997 by New Age International Publishers. He has lectured on his research at the Cavendish Laboratory of Cambridge University, to the Society of Psychical Research, to the Theosophical Society and at the 1996 Summer School of the Dharma Centre of Canada, a Buddhist meditational retreat outside Toronto, Canada. His work has appeared in several academic journals, popular magazines and newspapers . He is currently collaborating with a Buddhist clairvoyant to investigate shadow matter particles and the higher-dimensional, superstring structure of subquarks and electrons.

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