Radiesthesia III – Senses
Radiesthesia III – Senses is a unique attempt to reveal something we all probably suspect – the actual number of senses a human being possesses. It seems quite evident that limiting that number to a mere five reduces the extraordinary complexity of such a creation to a vulgar mechanistic function. This is the fruit of some unique and lengthy research into the human ability to establish a connection between what enables us all to exchange and interact with what we like to refer to as reality here on the physical plane.
This is the third pamphlet (22 or so pages) in the Radiesthesia series. The author’s educated guess at the real number of senses possessed by a human. Using the rumoured Khemet teaching, hinted at by some Egyptian mystery schools and suggested in other traditions, Chinese and Indian, but in complete contradiction with Aristotle and subsequent materialistic philosophers, in spite of the former spending twenty years studying there, this work is a simple laying of some groundwork which would benefit from further input and multi-disciplinary research.
Despite efforts by Rudolf Steiner and more modern researchers, this is perhaps the first time anyone has made a concerted effort to list the 365 senses a human enjoys, and no doubt other creatures too.