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Edgar Larkin

I'm always fascinated by scientists who are also bonkers about the supernatural. Even Isaac Newton dabbled in the occult, which was more understandable for his era.

But here's a twentieth-century fellow who led such a double life: Edgar Lucien Larkin.

I'm sure you will want to read all 366 pages of his masterwork to be found here.

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Posted By: Paul | Date: Mon Dec 03, 2012 | Number of Comments: 4
Category: Eccentrics, New Age, Religion, Rituals and Superstitions, Science, 1900's
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The L.R. Hubbard of his day.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 12/03/12 at 09:59 AM
When the human imagination is unfettered it reaches new heights.
When it is unguided, it finds the cliffs.
Posted by tadchem on 12/03/12 at 10:23 AM
Call it Old Age or New Age weirdness, it doesn't really matter. Humans will believe anything that fits their world picture. I for one recognize the Stark Fist of Removal and the Slack it will bring to all humans.

All hail Bob Dobbs!
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 12/03/12 at 12:41 PM
No matter how crazy the idea if someone claims to believe it others will follow. Now, the Church of the Spaghetti Monster, there's something solid to believe in! tongue wink
Posted by patty in Ohio, USA on 12/03/12 at 09:25 PM
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