Magnificent Birds of Prey – dr. Callahan

  De Arte Venandi cum Avibus, literally On The Art of Hunting with Birds, is a Latin treatise on ornithology and falconry written in the 1240s by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II. One of the surviving manuscripts is dedicated to his son Manfred. Manuscripts of De arte venandi cum avibus exist in a two-book version (Manuscripts at Rome, Vienna, Paris (2x), Geneva and Stuttgart) and in … Read moreMagnificent Birds of Prey – dr. Callahan

Nature´s Silent Music – Philip Serna Callahan

  In this book, Callahan shows how ”civilized” insanity is turning Ireland away from her naturally harmonious, aesthetically pleasing, sound practices. Why remove a thatched roof to replace it with galvanized tin, only to increase the heating bill? With insightful wisdom, Callahan also examines the mysterious power of round towers, ”magic spots” and healers such … Read moreNature´s Silent Music – Philip Serna Callahan

Interesting Interview with Phil Callahan – Roughly translated from Dutch

  Reflections on Ireland’s Stone Heritage IRELAND REVISITED   The dark intransigence of ancient rock formations – unparalleled vistas, rhododendrons up to the sky: just as many variations of the ‘enchanting’ interplay between heaven and earth that Irish travel guides always write about in superlatives. For the American biologist Philip Callahan, Ireland has always been … Read moreInteresting Interview with Phil Callahan – Roughly translated from Dutch

Insects and the Battle of the Beams

Insects and Infrared by Oyang Teng February 2011 This article appears in the February 4, 2011 issue of Executive Intelligence Review and is reprinted with permission. Research Report The Extended Sensorium: Overview Synesthesia: Beyond the Five Senses—Oyang Teng Helen Keller: Mind over Instrumentation—Meghan Rouillard Following the Beat of a Different Drummer—Peter Martinson Polarization Sensitivity: a Strong and Weak Sense—Meghan … Read moreInsects and the Battle of the Beams

Tuning in to Nature

This 25th anniversary edition, updated by the author, reveals the miraculous communication systems present in nature. Learn how plants and insects communicate through emissions in the infrared frequency range and why poisonous pesticides do not solve the real problems facing agriculture. In this breakthrough book Phil Callahan uncovers why certain insects are attracted only to … Read moreTuning in to Nature

Paramagnetism: Rediscovering Nature’s Secret Force of Growth

  This book is the culmination of all of Callahan’s previous works and will certainly be his most popular book to date and a classic for years to come. Quite frankly, the author considers this his most important work ever, as he believes an understanding of paramagnetism — and its practical integration into farming — … Read moreParamagnetism: Rediscovering Nature’s Secret Force of Growth

Ancient Mysteries, Modern Visions: The Magnetic Life of Agriculture by Philip S. Callahan

  This book details Phil Callahan’s initial discovery of the role and power of paramagnetic rocks in agriculture. By studying the lives, rituals, and agriculture of ancient peoples, he has assembled a first-rate scientific explanation of previously misunderstood ancient practices. Learn how Egyptian priests levitated people, why rocks and soil were brought from one side … Read moreAncient Mysteries, Modern Visions: The Magnetic Life of Agriculture by Philip S. Callahan

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