Thursday, September 11, 2014


The Power of Premonitions

320 pages; Penguin 
Three days before 9/11, I dreamed I was in my kitchen and a jetliner came flying straight at me through the window. As a scientist, I dismissed the dream as coincidence. But then I opened The Power of Premonitions, the new book by Larry Dossey, MD, in which he makes a convincing argument that the ability to predict is real, and that most of us possess it. The spine-tingling evidence includes a reputable study suggesting that travelers tend to avoid getting on doomed trains. (Trains that crashed in the United States between 1950 and 1955 consistently had lighter passenger loads than those on the exact same runs, the same day of the week, during the previous month.)

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