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The science of consciousness / Brian Arrowsmith
Bib ID 2215091
Format BookBook
Author
Arrowsmith, Brian, 1916-
 
Edition 1st ed. 
Description New York : Vantage Press, c1992 
xviii, 341 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0533095689
Notes

"A theory that the synthesis, the vibratory interaction of light or life with universal substance, the energy of matter, produces a field of consciousness."

Includes bibliographical references (p. 335-338).

Subjects Consciousness -- Miscellanea.  |  Occultism and science.

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