The Physics of the Paranormal is one of the few books in existence that actually explores, in depth, the physical mechanisms that may be in operation when various paranormal events occur. In order to provide these revolutionary insights, the author applied several concepts derived from his lifelong research into UFO propulsion and secondary effects. The application of these new physical principles to the paranormal reveals a fascinating unity in the mechanism in operation behind such apparently diverse phenomena as mental photography, psychokinesis, the Geller effects, bodily transfigurations, and miracle cures. Based on some of the author’s own experiences with telepathy, the book also explores this phenomenon, as well as its role in the process of reincarnation. This book is not a compendium of case histories. It focuses on selected cases and seeks to provide the serious student of the subject with a conceptual framework that will guide future paranormal research well into the twenty-first century.