Book Review

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Staff and members of The Scientific and Medical Network have been reviewing new publications since its inception. Many of these have appeared in its publications the Network Review and, more recently, Paradigm Explorer.

Charles Williams the third inkling by Grevel Lindop

Lindop, G ‘Charles Williams: The Third Inkling’ – A Co-inherent Pattern

Charles Williams: The Third Inkling by Grevel Lindop Reviewed by Nicholas Colloff   Grevel Lindop’s new and excellent biography opens with Charles Williams, who, by poverty, was forced to abandon his formal education at seventeen, lecturing to spellbound, ever increasing, audiences at Oxford University in 1940. He was allowed to lecture only […]

Celestial Twins the codes of destiny by Elizabetha Levin

Levin, L ‘Celestial Twins: The Codes of Destiny’

Celestial Twins: The Codes of Destiny by Elizabetha Levin, Ph.D.   Reviewed by Jon and Troya Turner  For me the two most striking questions from these comparative stories are: Why do bad things happen to good people? Can it be that the non-genetic temporal Theta-factor is even stronger than all the known […]

Anger is energy by John Lydon

Lydon, J ‘Anger Is an Energy: My Life Uncensored’ – Anger Management

Anger Is an Energy: My Life Uncensored by John Lydon Reviewed by Martin Lockley Much as I love my thrice-annual copy of the Network magazine, I find the articles and book reviews, while fascinating, sometimes thematically rather similar, dealing with, among other things, sometimes hard-to-define, alternative world views, and intractable […]