We have actually touched here the borderland where Matter and Force seem to merge into one another, the shadowy realm between Known and Unknown, which for me has always had peculiar temptations. I venture to think that the greatest scientific problems of the future will find their solution in this Borderland, and even beyond; here, it seems to me, lie Ultimate Realities, subtle, far-reaching, wonderful. Sir William Crookes, 1879
Latest classic titles in the Borderland Research online library:
- SPIRIT IN MATTER
Lilly Kolisko was one of the great unsung scientists of the 20th century who via decades of crystallisation experiments in sync with geocentrically-observed cosmic motions described a qualitative relationship between the 7 luminaries of old (Sun, Moon, visible planets) and the 7 noble metals (Gold, Silver, copper, tin, etc) as was held as canon in alchemy and ancient mystery schools (i.e. Gold=Sun, Silver=Moon, Copper=Venus, etc). The Hermetic Axiom "As Above, So Below" has a far more profound interpretation than modern orthodox consciousness allows with its petty materialistic limits. Lilly Kolisko was definitely on the right path to awakening our supersensible consciousness; a definite remedy for the subsensible, sub-material quantum world entrapment of orthodox science. "True Science will lead us to the acknowledgment of spiritual facts. The unison of Science, Art and Religion must come in the near future. Scientists must arise who are at the same time endowed in their souls with the qualities of an artist and a priest. Science must again become a holy Art, if an unholy natural science is not to lead mankind to destruction."
- THOSE ASTOUNDING ICE AGES
From whence came the great sheets of ice that covered much of the earth during the ice ages? The ice was deposited rapidly, freezing mammoths in mid-chew on their tropical plant dinners. This astounding book describes the "canopy theory" of planetary development, that is, a spherical shell of mineral and water rotated at a distance from earth’s surface. Periodically minerals would fall, creating the stratification found in sedimentary rock and ice would fall, creating the geologically short-lived ice ages which disappeared as the ice melted.