William Grove Author

William Grove AuthorLife, for me, until I reached the age of 18-years, was not in any manner extraordinary. I was, however, given a grammar-school education. And then……..

I awoke wondering how I came to be lying upon a strange bed, on a Sunday-afternoon at that? With no recollection of the incident I was to learn that a speeding car had collided head-on with my bicycle which threw me over the handle-bars to bounce off the car, prior to hitting the road-surface.

In Search Of Lost Kwowledge by William GroveMy injuries were severe from my head to my ribs, my left-arm almost severed, left side of my face paralysed, a fracture to my skull above the left ear, my jaw dislocated, teeth and nose damaged. That I survived was a miracle they informed me, due in part, to a healthy, war-time diet, roadside attention from a Miss Morris, local mid-wife, and treatment at a cottage hospital almost four-miles distant.
I write the above in order to explain why, from then onward, I was to receive, always spontaneous in nature, that which I understand to be minor occurrences of precognition, examples of psychic awareness or, to use a phrase beloved of the psychiatric establishment, lateral thought.

ProfeStonehenge new knowledgessional sources are agreed that such damage to the skull, with resultant bruising of the brain, can cause such an effect. I briefly refer to this unusual aid elsewhere in my researches, in order to explain how I have been able to reach conclusions which others have failed to achieve despite the often large array of books published for a given subject.

Upon occasion a scientist, brain free of any damage, is able, by similar means, to actually dream up the solution to a problem that has evaded him for far too-long.

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