Lyall Watson (12 April – 25 June ) was a South African botanist, zoologist, biologist, and supernatural phenomena in biological terms. He is credited with coining the “Hundredth Monkey” phenomenon in his book, Lifetide. Lyall Watson, who died on June 25 aged 69, was an adventurer, In his sixth book, Lifetide (), Watson made what was believed to be the. Buy Lifetide Third Impression by Lyall Watson (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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Be the first to discover new talent! Watson was writing about several studies done in the s by Japanese primatologists of Japanese macaques Macaca fuscata.
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Lifetide by Lyall Watson
Watson, however, was blamed only for “myth-making” rather than confabulation. Applies recent developments in astronomy, biology, and psychology to the mysteries of memory, dreams, visions, UFOs, gods and devils, hypnosis, ghosts, ESP, creativity, and consciousness, recognizing natural bases for paranormal occurrences. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
Although the book was published init does not feel dated as he is exploring consciousness from every aspect – from its cellular origins, its presence in different species, how it influences our perceptions and communications with other people, etc. More from the web. I have never pretended otherwise.
I am almost hesitant to say this book is one of Watson’s best because I have all of his books and read them over again because he is the most exciting and eye opening person I have EVER read. Get to Know Us. See all free Kindle reading apps.
Populist Right-wing former Mayor of Toronto whose drunken antics scandalised his fellow citizens. In his sixth book, LifetideWatson made what was believed to be the first published use of the term “hundredth monkey”. Army officer who knocked out two Tiger tanks in Germany. Natural History of Evil, A. An exceptional scholar, he started at the University of the Witwatersrand aged 15 and by the age of 19 held degrees in Botany and Zoology.
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On the first of these trips — to Egypt ilfetide a diner in a restaurant offered Watsoncamels for the hand of his eldest niece, Katherine. Watson followed Supernature with a book about the nature of death, the afterlife and the supernatural, The Romeo Errorand this, too, became a bestseller.
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Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts. I loved this book as a young adult. Visit our Help Pages. Around this time he shortened his name to Lyall Watson. See our Returns Policy. There was a problem adding your email address. Mar 07, Mark Smith added it Shelves: It is a hypothesis that aroused both interest and ire in the scientific community and continues to be a topic of discussion over a quarter century later.
Loads of interesting stuff, but I found it a bit dry and heavy going at times. Kerry rated it really liked it Jun 07, Even so, it was still easy enough to pick up and read, and I finished it, no problem.
He also worked at the BBC writing and producing nature documentaries. But at times utterly watso, as in the description of the aesthetics of bower birds, the chilling encounter of the wasp and the tarantula, and the odd waking-sleep-like cycle of a fish “”with the splendidly salacious name of slippery dick. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? While still in South Africa, he added degrees which included the study of Geology, Chemistry, Marine Biology, Ecology and Anthropology, before moving to London, where he completed a doctorate in Ethology layll behaviour at London University under the supervision of Desmond Morris, author of The Naked Apeand then curator of lifetixe at London Zoo.
This was a mind expander and life enhancer for me. His enquiring mind never relaxed, and he was always on the lookout for the unusual, and the truth behind the obvious. He presented the Sumo series for Channel 4, giving a running commentary on the fights.