The Astral World

Author: Swami Panchadasi

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Clairvoyance and Occult Powers

Table of Contents STRANGE ASTRAL PHENOMENA. There are several phases
of astral phenomena other than those mentioned in the preceding chapters,
which it will be better for the student to become acquainted with in order to round
out ...

Author: William Walker Atkinson

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Astronomical notices

of the planet is very beautiful ; but my experience is Hall to verify my observations
, or the phenomenon may that on these rare nights one will see fewer strange be
a temporary one , and it may have been absent when phenomena about the ...

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The Self made Man

On a Strange Astronomical Phenomenon in the year 1855. 1854 , No. 239 . On
an impending Iligh Tide . 1855 , No. 215 . Three natural history treatises have
remained in MS . , viz . : - “ A few Observations on the appearance of Gravel and
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Astronomy and Astrophysics

16 Strange Astronomical Coincidence . ... Astronomical Phenomena during the
year 1891 . - Transit of Mercury , May 9 , 1891 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 - 41
News and Notes : The Journal of the British Astronomical Associations . - Copley
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The Sidereal Messenger

Strange Astronomical Coincidence . E . E . Barnard . ... Astronomical Phenomena
during the year 1891 . - Transit of Mercury , May 9 , 1891 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
31 - 41 News and Notes : The Journal of the British Astronomical Associations .

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Encyclopedia of Strange and Unexplained Physical Phenomena

In 1948 Sign asked Hynek ' s help in identifying astronomical phenomena some
witnesses were mistaking for saucers . Whatever his reservations about the
increasingly dogmatic official anti - UFO line , Hynekalong with the openly
derisive ...

Author: Jerome Clark

Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning

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Category: Reference

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Examines what is known about 150 physical phenomena, including eyewitness accounts, photographs, and other documentation of such things as UFOs, Noah's Ark, werewolves, crop circles, and sea serpents.

An essay on the connexion between astronomical and geological phenomena With notes

Strange to say , these changes in the polar axes of the earth , thereby modifying
its phases of revolution , have been ... they furnish the inquirer with an easy mode
of comprehending all the varied phenomena of change , which are exhibited by ...

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Weird Weather

This book is, in a sense, a sequel to David Seargent's first Springer book Weird Astronomy (2010).

Author: David A. J. Seargent

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1461430704

Category: Science

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This book is, in a sense, a sequel to David Seargent's first Springer book Weird Astronomy (2010). Whereas Weird Astronomy extended over a broad range of purely astronomical topics, the present work concentrates on phenomena closer to home; the atmospheric and "shallow space" events as opposed to deep space events. The line between astronomy and meteorology is blurred - a fact that is discussed in Weird Weather. It is not primarily a book of "wonders" or of the unexplained, although some of the topics covered remain mysteries. It is primarily directed toward those who are fascinated by climate and weather, and who are open-minded when considering Earth's climate, what drives it, and what are the causes of climate change. The author, David A. J. Seargent, presents the facts with a balanced and scientific approach. Weird Weather: Tales of Astronomical and Atmospheric Anomalies is about strange, unusual, and apparently inexplicable observations of the air and sky. Primarily these are in the Earth's atmosphere, but there are corresponding phenomena in the atmospheres of other planets of the Solar System - lightning on Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn, whirlwinds and dust storms of Mars, and auroras on Jupiter. Topics include anomalous lights, anomalous sounds, spectacular effects of cloud illumination by the Sun or Moon, lightning phenomena, electrophonic sounds of lightning, aurora and meteors, tornado and whirlwind phenomena on Earth and Mars, usual atmospheric effects, mirages, and the possible astronomical influences on cloud and climate.

Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific

Astronomical Society of the Pacific. completed ... 30 o ' clock , P . M . , or perhaps
a little later , a very strange and unusual phenomenon was noticed by a member
of my family and another person , on returning from a concert . A sudden flash of
 ...

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Dictionary of Doctrinal and Historical Theology

But King Herod had [u.c. 7] more than eight years of life still left ; and the account
of St. Matthew is wholly inconsistent with the notion of any astronomical
phenomenon, however beautiful and unusual in character. The star, irporjytv, led
the way ...

Author: John Henry Blunt

Publisher: London : Rivingtons

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Category: Church history

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Memoirs of the Royal Astronomical Society

Royal Astronomical Society. 127 , 128 128 , 129 Papers read before the Society .
Announcement of Thatcher's Comet . Mr. Lassell . On Testing the Vertical Axes of
Altazimuth InstruDitto ditto Sir J. Herschel . ments . Major Strange . Phenomena ...

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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

It is to be remarked that in tracing the origin of the phenomenon to a lunar
atmosphere , I am only resuscitating under peculiar circumstances Sir James
South's third hypothesis ; but it must be remembered that he has rejected it , nor
could he ...

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Portfolio of 8 charts accompanies v. 83.

Journal of the British Astronomical Association

Strange Things Are Going on Up There Anyway, and Perhaps “We'll Know All
About Them Later On. Astronomers are on ... that editors would only too gladly
welcome concise and readable paragraphs on current astronomical phenomena.

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List of members, 1890-1913, bound with v. 1-23.

The Astronomical Register

The following account of a strange meteor seen by J . S . Holden , Esq . , of
Glenarm , Ireland , will be of interest to our ... There is every probability that this
phenomenon was caused by a visit of one of the August meteorites , which
entering our ...

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Strange Universe

A Sourcebook of Curious Astronomical Observations. AOS - 013
ASTRONOMICAL PHENOMENON Anonymous ; Scientific American , 3 : 178 ,
1848 . By recent discoveries at the National Observatory Washington City , and
other places , it has ...

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Astronomical Register

... catalogue number ; all description and details of the chief objects have been
postponed until the subject of the phenomena presented by the crater is referred
to . ... TO THE EDITOR OF THE ASTRONOMICAL REGISTER . RECENT
EVENTS IN THE ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY , Sir ... First , I have received so
many expressions of regret from persons who were misled by Colonel Strange's
first two ...

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Weird Astronomical Theories of the Solar System and Beyond

Comets? Electrical Comets? It is interesting and, we must confess, a little
amusing at times to read through the brief notes on various phenomena recorded
in science journals published during the closing decades of the nineteenth
century and ...

Author: David Seargent

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 331925295X

Category: Science

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After addressing strange cosmological hypotheses in Weird Universe, David Seargent tackles the no-less bizarre theories closer to home. Alternate views on the Solar System's formation, comet composition, and the evolution of life on Earth are only some of the topics he addresses in this new work. Although these ideas exist on the fringe of mainstream astronomy, they can still shed light on the origins of life and the evolution of the planets. Continuing the author's series of books popularizing strange astronomy facts and knowledge, Weird Astronomical Theories presents an approachable exploration of the still mysterious questions about the origin of comets, the pattern of mass extinctions on Earth, and more. The alternative theories discussed here do not come from untrained amateurs. The scientists whose work is covered includes the mid-20th century Russian S. K. Vsekhsvyatskii, cosmologist Max Tegmark, British astronomers Victor Clube and William Napier, and American Tom Van Flandern, a specialist in celestial mechanics who held a variety of unusual beliefs about the possibility of intelligent life having come from elsewhere. Despite being outliers, their work reveals how much astronomical understanding is still evolving. Unconventional approaches have also pushed our scientific understanding for the better, as with R.W. Mandl's approaching Einstein with regard to gravitational lensing. Even without full substantiation (and some theories are hardly credible), their hypotheses allow for a new perspective on how the Solar System became what it is today.

The Lady with the X ray Eyes

Professor Tambuck O. Baderchild and his assistants were busy on their current
job of checking the infra - red zone of the spectrum of Venus when a strange
astral phenomenon attracted their attention and made them swivel their
tremendous ...

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Clairvoyance and Occult Powers

STRANGE. ASTRAL. PHENOMENA. There are several phases of astral
phenomena other than those mentioned in the ... the subject, although the
manifestations are comparatively rare, and not so generally recognized in works
on this subject.

Author: Swami Panchadasi

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0359136532

Category: Occultism

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