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Book Title: The International Directory of Haunted Places|
The author of the book: Dennis William Hauck
Edition: Penguin Books
Date of issue: October 1st 2000
ISBN 13: 9780140296358
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Visit haunted jail houses in Iceland. Enter ghostly castles in Scotland. Or meet household spirits in Russia. No matter what your destination, this unique guide will direct you to the eeriest spots in the area. It contains more than 750 geographically arranged entries on haunted houses, sacred sites, UFO landings, and other supernatural locations in Great Britain and Europe, Canada, South America, Australia, Northern Africa, and Asia. Each entry includes a spine-tingling description plus precise travel directions, phone numbers, and, if available, internet addresses. Plus, more than ninety black-and-white photos illustrate site locations. This indispensable casebook will be of special interest to paranormal researchers and folklorists because it provides a unique look at the variations among paranormal phenomenon in different countries and cultures. Travelers will find this directory a fascinating companion to traditional guidebooks.
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Read information about the authorDennis William Hauck is a researcher, author, and lecturer in consciousness studies. His primary focus is on levels of awareness and the mechanisms of transformation of consciousness. He works to document the evolution of a science of consciousness and merge various philosophical and scientific traditions into a unified theory of consciousness. He has also contributed to related areas, including the history of science, psychology, and the serious study of paranormal and mystical experiences.
Hauck is considered a leading authority on Hermeticism and alchemy. According to Bernard Lightman in “A Companion to the History of Science:” "Dennis William Hauck is a prolific author and has been at the center of efforts to institutionalize modern alchemy through a number of organizations, conferences, and journals. For Hauck, classical science has its limits, in that it can explain only our physical reality, not the deeper hidden reality from which the physical stems. He decided that alchemy offered one path to that hidden reality, and so, decided to discover solid evidence and challenge the dominant Newtonian paradigm."
According to Hauck, the Philosopher’s Stone of the alchemists is consciousness itself: “The Stone exists in the formative realm between energy and matter, suspended in the twilight between what exists and what does not exist. Renaissance alchemists described the mind as a magical touchstone made from a hidden etheric substance that is distributed throughout the universe. That substance is consciousness."
Most of Hauck’s recent works focus on the application of the principles of alchemy to psychology and cosmology. His “The Emerald Tablet: Alchemy for Personal Transformation” presents new revelations about the ancient artifact that became the core document of alchemists. His “Sorcerer’s Stone: A Beginner’s Guide to Alchemy” elaborates the operations alchemists used on all levels of their practical and spiritual work. His “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Alchemy is an introduction to all levels of alchemical work. He has also translated several important German and Latin alchemy manuscripts into English.
Hauck has been interviewed on nearly 300 radio programs, including such national shows as NPR’s "Morning Edition", “Art Bell Show” and many other programs carried by networks such as CBS Radio, CNN Radio, Talk Radio Network and the Wisdom Radio Network. He has also appeared on over forty television programs, including such national shows as “Geraldo,” “Sally Jessy Raphael,” “The O'Reilly Factor,” “Extra,” “CNN Reports,” A&E's "Unexplained", “Sightings,” “Terry Bradshaw’s Home Team,” “America's Talking: and other shows on the History Channel, Travel Channel and Discovery Channel.
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