Demonstrative evidence clearly indicates that much which now seems mysterious can be brought to light by appropriate research. “The supernatural is only the natural not yet understood.” Psychical research should he placed on a scientific basis, and made safe and sane by eliminating the dwellers on the threshold of the unseen, who, through deception and falsehood, frequently pervert the truth which the enlightened spirit intelligences are constantly endeavoring to convey to humanity.
Wickland, in collaboration with his assistants, Nelle Watts, Celia Goerz, e Orlando Goerz, wrote and published in 1924, Thirty Years Among the Dead. A book that detailed their experiences in abnormal psychology.
Carl August Wickland was a psychiatrist, a paranormal researcher and a non-fiction author. Wickland was born in 1861 at Liden, Norrland Province, Sweden.
In this Book, Wickland writes about a many things like: Tormenting Spirits e Marriage Disturbances, Haunted Houses, Spirits and Crime, Spirits and Suicide, Orphans, Materialism and Indifference, Selfishness, and other important things.
“The reality of an invisible world surrounding the physical world is for many difficult to comprehend, since the mind sphere is often limited to the visible and tangible; however, it requires but little thought to realize the constant change of matter as it occurs in three forms, solid, liquid and gaseous, in its range back and forth between the visible and invisible.
Visible nature is but the invisible, the Real, made manifest through a combination of its elements; science informs us that fully ninety-five per cent of vegetation is derived out of the air, or atmosphere. Is not mankind living at the bottom of an invisible ocean, the atmosphere, which is even more important to physical existence than any of the visible physical substances, since life can continue but a few moments out of it?”