The Scole Experiment
Scientific Evidence for Life After Death
Grant Solomon & Jane Solomon
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This ground-breaking book records a five-year investigation into human interaction with paranormal phenomena. Members of the Scole Experimental Group and investigators from the highly regarded Society for Psychical Research scientifically observed, measured and assessed these phenomena, with extraordinary results.
TIME OUT - REVIEW:
“REMARKABLE . . . APPARENTLY SOLID SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE FOR OUR CONTINUING SURVIVAL . . .”
“Is there life after death? Reading this remarkable book may convince even the most hardened sceptic, with its apparently solid scientific evidence for our continuing survival once we have shuffled off this mortal coil. What distinguishes the experiments chronicled here from other attempts to 'prove' that there is an afterlife are the rigorous protocols under which they were carried out. With chance, coincidence and connivance carefully eliminated, spectacular results were still achieved: handwriting, hieroglyphs and messages appearing on factory-sealed film, coins materialising, and lights dancing in front of impartial observers. Written in a calm, precise and dispassionate style, the book comes in advance of 'The Scole Report', which will shortly be published as an official Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research (SPR).” — Time Out, October 1999
PSYCHIC WORLD - REVIEW”
“INTRIGUING FASCINATING AND CONVINCING. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.”
“The Scole Experiment describes how physical objects have been passed to the group from the spirit world and tells of visits by solid teleported entities, who speak directly to them. It reports how animated images from other realms and dimensions of life have been captured on sealed video film and contains the results of psychic photography, where images appear on 35mm film. Some of these images are truly remarkable, but none more so than plate 44 [an image taken from video experiment on 28/03/98]. On this picture you can clearly see a man's face wearing glasses in what appears to be a bubble-like sphere, hovering in what looks like crystal formations. Grant and Jane Solomon, authors of two best-selling books, Stephen Turoff: Psychic Surgeon, and Harry Oldfield's Invisible Universe, have written a compelling account of the pioneering work of the Scole Experimental Group. Intriguing fascinating and convincing. Very highly recommended.” — Psychic World, December 1999
COMMENTS FROM THE SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATORS
“The investigators . . . encountered evidence favouring the hypothesis of intelligent forces, whether originating in the human psyche or from discarnate sources, able to influence material objects, and to convey associated meaningful messages, both visual and aural.” Montague Keen, Professor Arthur Ellison and Professor David Fontana.
“I had the opportunity to take part in two sessions of the Scole Experimental Group in 1995 and 1996. My own observations as well as later personal reports of my colleagues left me convinced of the genuineness of the phenomena.” Dr Ernst Senkowski, Experimental Physicist.
“I grabbed some of the pea-sized balls of light that were flying around the room and closed my hands around them. The balls continued to buzz around in my hands like bees. They had mass. They were physical objects. There is no explanation in current scientific theory for what happened at Scole. Some sort of parallel universes theory might explain what we witnessed and experienced during The Scole Experiment.” Professor Ivor Grattan-Guinness (Mathematics).
ABOUT THIS LATEST EDITION UPDATE - FROM THE PUBLISHER
The Scole Experiment is now widely regarded as the most important scientific investigation of evidence for life after death in history. Highly-qualified and objective scientists, and a whole range of other people who attended the Scole Group's sessions, came away convinced that (mostly) invisible, discarnate intelligences were making direct contact with those present. It is therefore understandable that the first edition of this book, which chronicled all the events that occurred during the five-year experiment, created a great deal of discussion in the national and local media when it was published in the UK in the autumn of 1999. Numerous radio and television programmes ran the story. National newspapers devoted extensive column inches. The Times on Sunday put The Scole Experiment on the front page of its Sunday magazine and the Daily Mail serialised the book in its centre pages over a number of days. A fierce internet debate is raging still. If the evidence is accepted, the implication is simple: we humans do indeed survive the death event in some conscious form. This edition includes an update on the fascinating progress of the continuing experiments involving the Scole mediums.