The Boy Who Saw True: The Time-Honoured Classic of the Paranormal (Anglais) Broché – 4 août 2005
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'The Boy Who Saw True differs from all the hundreds of books I have read on Spiritualism and kindred subjects' writes the celebrated occultist Cyril Scott in his preface to this remarkable work. 'Not one of them has ever displayed the characteristics of this highly diverting human document, with its naïve candours, its unconscious humour, its oscillations between the ridiculous and the exalted, and its power to convince, for the very reason that the young diarist never set out with the intention of convincing. Here was a precocious young boy born with clairvoyance who could see auras and spirits, yet failed to realise that other people were not similarly gifted.'
This is the Victorian diary of a boy whose extraordinary supernatural talent unfurls within these pages. A compelling read, The Boy Who Saw True is a time-honoured classic of the paranormal.
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I had just read this book, and suggested my husband loan it to the boy. After a number of weeks of my suggestion, he told the boy 'this is a book about a boy who reminds me of you, I thought you'd like to read about him.' So the boy took it without saying anything. Weeks past, and one day when they arrived at the boy's stop, the father of the child was waiting. He talked to my husband and mentioned the book (at first my husband was afraid the family was fundamentalist christians or something). The dad said the boy read the book 7 times and asked himself to read it too. And he finally understood his son. He finished by saying: 'You were listening to my son... and I should have been.'
After that, the boy seemed more calm at school and became a great help on the bus, corraling the littlest kids together and helping to keep an eye on them. And a few weeks later, he was back in the regular school.
I believe there are people like the boy in this book, just because I don't have this gift doesn't mean I have to deny its existence. (I also don't embrace everything without at least a grain of salt. ;-))
with the ARE and in my own course, the Lightworker Intensive.
I have this as one of the top books of recommended reading
Totally free of ego, this book tells the amazing and charming
story of a young boy's natural developing abilities, how he
felt about them, learned about them, wondered about them,
and learned to use and manage them.
Unforgettable. Definitely one of the best! I can't
think of any book comparable that teaches so much, so
innocently and beautifully.
This book is basically the publishing of a childhood journal. It includes the psychic experiences this child had, as well as the way he was treated when speaking about them. It also includes some everyday childhood "stuff", but even that was quite interesting.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in psychic development in particular, or metaphysics in general. It's a highly entertaining read.
It is superb because it is so fresh, it doesn't try to convince the sceptic, it just tells his daily life for us to read. A peep into another world. You take from it what you can take on board. Why can't we know who this child was? The publishers must know,and the minimal copyright initials add to the mystery.