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.


     Posted By: Paul - Mon Dec 03, 2012
     Category: Eccentrics | New Age | Religion | Rituals and Superstitions | Science | 1900s

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 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! 😜
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 12/03/12 at 09:25 PM
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