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Submitted by superwin (not verified) on 02 Jan 2015 - 08:41 Permalink

Hi,
i have copy of the book. and most of the books by Frank Young.. if interested to buy,contact me. $10 each.
thanks

Submitted by shane cottrell (not verified) on 08 May 2020 - 23:56 Permalink

I would like to buy Cyclomancy by Frank Young.

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Submitted by Sam (not verified) on 28 Oct 2018 - 11:07 Permalink

Hi, I recently came across this Amazing author.. Frank Rudolph. & I read your post, about having most of his books.

I'm into these kind of book, & spiritual Self evolution.. I think that Frank, was wanting to help many people achieve just that?..

It liked your post, & Yes, I would love to hear from you, & if I my buy some copies from you?. Please reach out to me .

Thanks?.
Sam Crosby.. 0770 426 2929.
God bless. Superwin.

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Submitted by Alfred Armstrong on 28 Oct 2018 - 13:04 Permalink

I am not a bookseller, Sam. Try here: http://used.addall.com/SuperRare/RefineRare.fcgi?id=181028050423529079

Submitted by Jack Meadors (not verified) on 13 Nov 2016 - 17:39 Permalink

I am interested in purchasing books by Young. Email me if you ones to sale! Thanks

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Submitted by Marie cheveres (not verified) on 31 Dec 2016 - 10:41 Permalink

I have the book in excellent condition and it's for sale....

Submitted by Becca (not verified) on 15 Mar 2020 - 09:26 Permalink

Hi are you still selling?

Submitted by Drey (not verified) on 15 Apr 2020 - 18:39 Permalink

I have the full pdf for free. Shoot me a email I’ll shoot you the book

Submitted by Bleuw (not verified) on 10 Apr 2016 - 16:42 Permalink

I would like to buy a copy of all Frank Rudolph Young books, especially Cyclomancy !!

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Submitted by Marie cheveres (not verified) on 31 Dec 2016 - 10:42 Permalink

I have this book and it's in excellent condition. It's for sale

Submitted by Gary (not verified) on 31 Jan 2016 - 09:56 Permalink

I am interested in Frank C Young books, I have Yoga for Men and Cyclomancy. You have some for Sale?

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Submitted by zat was zen (not verified) on 16 Aug 2014 - 22:11 Permalink

Hilarious commentary here - thanks AA, very entertaining.

If anyone wants a copy of this ridiculous book, you can download it for free on avax.

Submitted by Metz77 (not verified) on 13 Dec 2013 - 17:20 Permalink

Funny thing about engineers... from what I've seen, they tend to be about as easily suckered as the average person, but be much more confident about their conclusions because they think they're scientists.

Submitted by Inandelea (not verified) on 08 Sep 2013 - 10:33 Permalink

I read this book, and did some exercises, in my youth, long time ago. I'm really happy to know there are good references to it, like this page, because I was always sure about the great value of this book. Is a great reference, congratulations!
In fact, just now I'm writing a post in my blog talking about my experience with the book, that's why I have found this site: looking for any reference in the Internet. And I have added this web address to my post, and have used the image of the book cover, hope you are agree with it, on the contrary, please let me know it and I'll delete the image. I don't give my blog address here for avoid to do advertisement about myself.

Submitted by pratap (not verified) on 06 Sep 2013 - 06:55 Permalink

people, i hav got this book, an i am here to start practicing this from today, if anybody wanna join me, just ping me on 8096780968, or chvpratap@gmail.com. strightly, only for serious n dedicated practioners. in INDIA, rushikesh on the banks of river ganga. hari om!

Submitted by Joseph (not verified) on 10 May 2013 - 06:42 Permalink

Shoot an arrow. What does that mean? I read no definition of what that statement meant. It left me without the ability to actually put the knowledge to the test.

Submitted by Belly Ach (not verified) on 04 May 2013 - 08:20 Permalink

Aristotle's heavenly observations were probably right on.
The western world had our dear mother earth, ( our home
after all, no ? ) as the center of our observed universe;
until Galileo came along and conjectured up a theory,
with the use of a ( borrowed,stolen ? ) lensed telescope.
That theory is forced down our throats to this day; with
no veritable evidence shown to us, to date !
Even with the satellites and other man-made space craft
traveling close to our other planets, NO relevant
news on how our galaxy basically works !
Tycho Brahe, a brilliant scientist and a mentor of
Kepler came up with the most plausible theory in that
period of earth's history ! From his observations using
a non-lensed telescope, he postulated that all the planets
travelled around our dear Sun except for our dear Earth !
Wow, the Sun travels around us !! Something liKe circles
within circles, perhaps even mentioned in the old testament;
in the Holy Bible ?
That is until Galileo came along and unfortunately spoiled
everything, to this day. A lot of written material becomes
almost worthless since that time. All that just for a bit
of quick notoriety ? A lot of money down the tubes.
Something like nowadays with the blatant misuse of other
people's money by too many corrupt hands absconding with
the innocent public purses !

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 27 Sep 2012 - 04:01 Permalink

The prior claim, "...with little difficulty in a relatively short time..." is wrong. For one, any commercial "clinic" can never have
access to the Source needed. Mr. Young often cites that you might develop possibly up to 10 percent more from where
you start, and that is enough to exceed most others. But truly outstanding developments, as suggested, are of only the
rarest of demonstrations in very needful circumstances. There are rules in place which are not possible to bypass,
by anyone.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 18 Jun 2012 - 18:37 Permalink

The results of the research at the Menninger Clinic are fully documented in the book "Beyond Biofeedback" by Elmer Green Ph.D and Alyce Green M.A,. two of the lead investigative scientists on the project. You can find copies at various used book stores and on the internet.
Submitted by Alfred Armstrong on 18 Jun 2012 - 10:09 Permalink

"Many of the powers of the mind referred to in this book?" Let's check them off:

 

  • HOW TO MOVE OBJECTS WITHOUT TOUCHING THEM!
  • HOW TO SEE UP CLOSE FROM A DISTANCE OF TWO THOUSAND MILES!
  • HOW YOU MAY ACQUIRE AND USE X RAY VISION!
  • MATERIALIZING OBJECTS OUT OF THIN AIR!
  • HOW TO REDUCE AND STAY SLIM WITHOUT STARVATION!

Possibly the last one, then, though the book doesn't actually mention you have to become an advanced yogi to achieve any of the amazing feats it touts.

In other words the Menninger Clinic research has absolutely bugger all to say on the matter.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 17 Jun 2012 - 23:59 Permalink

Many of the powers of the mind referred to in this book were proven in scientifically monitored tests conducted at the Menninger Clinic on yogis as mentioned in the following quote: "They found that not only were the yogis able to voluntarily alter their brain waves, heart beats,body temperatures and other metabolic processes ordinarily considered to be regulated by the autonomic nervous system, but that the ability to voluntarily control these processes could be taught to others with little difficulty in a relatively short time. Charles A.Garfield Ph.D PEAK PERFORMANCE"
Submitted by Alfred Armstrong on 18 Jun 2012 - 10:09 Permalink

"Many of the powers of the mind referred to in this book?" Let's check them off:

 

  • HOW TO MOVE OBJECTS WITHOUT TOUCHING THEM!
  • HOW TO SEE UP CLOSE FROM A DISTANCE OF TWO THOUSAND MILES!
  • HOW YOU MAY ACQUIRE AND USE X RAY VISION!
  • MATERIALIZING OBJECTS OUT OF THIN AIR!
  • HOW TO REDUCE AND STAY SLIM WITHOUT STARVATION!

Possibly the last one, then, though the book doesn't actually mention you have to become an advanced yogi to achieve any of the amazing feats it touts.

In other words the Menninger Clinic research has absolutely bugger all to say on the matter.

Submitted by psuedonym (not verified) on 24 Feb 2012 - 14:38 Permalink

Your definition of intelligent is different than most peoples Stonehenge was a burial site, yoga and tai chi are stretching exercises, machu pichu was the capital of an empire, tarot and chess are games, people attaching greater significance to them is just human compulsion to find patterns, good for keeping us alive in the wilderness less so in modern, urban, society. Oh and meta-physics is bullshit.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 01 Feb 2012 - 06:00 Permalink

$100 is cheap, compared to the asking price for other more pertinent books on the subject. Lest anyone forget, inflation is here, courtesy of the "world powers." This book will be trading at $200 before long. It's money well spent...IF it's motivated by more than curiosity. While the book is just a brochure and the "secret" is not included (try the Holy Grail), the trail to the meta-beyond, and the Key, starts in it. Yes, if someone has the right Karma, the money for it will be there.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 26 Jan 2012 - 21:19 Permalink

People pay to visit/observe/consider many topics, places, things, from Stonehenge to Machu Picchu, and take courses in Yoga, Tai Chi. Why not a book that purports to show at least potentialities of some psyche developments and makes clear that few will achieve them, but will be improved to some degree? Just knowing how to breathe properly has benefits. The burden of achievement is always on the student. It starts by asking intelliigent, as well as skeptical (not cynical), as all Ph.D. students learn. There is a reason why Ontology and Meta-Physics and Existential Phenomenology go into the noumena as well as the phenomena. To use the wrong measuring stick or method, as just physics, is to be blind in the world of the Invisible Realities. Pythagoras' special school used mathematics, as he said "God Geometrized." Persons as John Dalton (Atomic Theory) and Isaac Newton (Gravitation) never made public their entire findings. So the public overlooks persons like Francis Bacon and Da Vinci, never asking the key questions. Topics like Chess and Tarot are mere curiosities to the public when they are symbolical representations of the true arrangements being what can be called "white magic." FRY's books are harmless to the reader, unlike others that actually suggest such "powers" can be used for egoistic purposes. They can't, for certain rules of the road that apply, and Karma will enforce. Used intelligently, like the article "Metaphysics in Science", they lead to liberating discoveries and new mental abilities.
Submitted by psuedonym (not verified) on 24 Feb 2012 - 14:38 Permalink

Your definition of intelligent is different than most peoples Stonehenge was a burial site, yoga and tai chi are stretching exercises, machu pichu was the capital of an empire, tarot and chess are games, people attaching greater significance to them is just human compulsion to find patterns, good for keeping us alive in the wilderness less so in modern, urban, society. Oh and meta-physics is bullshit.
Submitted by Alfred Armstrong on 26 Jan 2012 - 13:35 Permalink

 It doesn't say any of this on the blurb or inside the book so what does that mean? This isn't one of those mystical channeled pieces of bullshit which talks vaguely about spiritual vibrations, it makes concrete and extravagant claims, none of which stand up to scrutiny. Is it OK if people who aren't "real devotees" buy the book and feel ripped off?

 

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 26 Jan 2012 - 06:41 Permalink

FRY's books are like travel brochures for the real thing. The "secret" he mentions is never put in writing and he knew enough to hold it back. There are only three ways of getting from here to there. The book(s) can be inspirational for a real devotee, but only a small start on a lifelong Journey. A psychic student needs more than a book, he/she needs an authentic guide to the disciplines. The dropout rate is extreme under the pressures of living in the material (illusory) world. Religions fail immensely as they cater to the masses. This is about learning an entirely new language, lexicon, way of thinking not taught commercially. Karma is the ultimate and impersonal judge of whom is prepared to be an Initiate.
Submitted by Alfred Armstrong on 26 Jan 2012 - 13:35 Permalink

 It doesn't say any of this on the blurb or inside the book so what does that mean? This isn't one of those mystical channeled pieces of bullshit which talks vaguely about spiritual vibrations, it makes concrete and extravagant claims, none of which stand up to scrutiny. Is it OK if people who aren't "real devotees" buy the book and feel ripped off?

 

Submitted by silly columbus (not verified) on 07 Jan 2012 - 07:44 Permalink

I'd like to get this book I'm very interested in psychic abilities I'm twelve and I fear my parents will think me mad if i tell them Is there any way to develop my psychic powers without buying anything? I'd love to but my parents will find out Any recommendations for websites?
Submitted by andy (not verified) on 02 Dec 2011 - 00:45 Permalink

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Submitted by andy (not verified) on 02 Dec 2011 - 00:40 Permalink

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Submitted by andy (not verified) on 02 Dec 2011 - 00:34 Permalink

Dear everyone from Nigeria, or close by.......the man has written this book as a joke... Brain horns do not work... there is no such thing..sorry.. he is laughing at so many positive responses because it makes him money.. when people foolishly buy his book, he makes more money - infra red ray projections are also impossible from the human body ...... please simply ignore this clowns musings... he is simply having fun because nobody did it before.............
Submitted by Greg Doran (not verified) on 11 Nov 2011 - 05:36 Permalink

I will destroy the human race with these powers. Politicians and religious maggots will suffer my wrath first and then Lindsay Lohan and that maggot of a doctor who may as well shot Jacko. I am sick of hearing shit about them in the news.....
Submitted by pseudonym (not verified) on 03 Sep 2011 - 16:36 Permalink

Isn't the article saying the opposite, that people interpreting their experience in a supernatural way do so through ignorance of the science of sleep (also a great movie). It is just as likely an alien, angel, pan dimensional being or ghost as it is to be a psychic vision, which is not to say that none of these are impossible just unlikely. Aristotle was wrong, he thought the sun orbited the earth because he misinterpreted his observations. Einstein could absolutely be wrong, he might even be wrong in a way that I'm not aware of because I'm not a physics expert, but the evidence all backs up his conclusions based on our current understanding of the universe but that could change tomorow though it would require a large amount of very compelling evidence. I would say something about confirmation bias but I'm not sure I could explain it well enough- But this book could be useful http://www.end-your-sleep-deprivation.com/sleep-paralysis-treatment.html
Submitted by Phewmigation (not verified) on 03 Sep 2011 - 15:34 Permalink

DG, I heartily recommend tracking down a copy of Jurij Moskvitin's thought-provoking 'Essay on the Origin of Thought'. It is a work of 'subjective research', investigating his own hallucinatory experiences in a detailed and thorough manner.
Submitted by DG (not verified) on 02 Sep 2011 - 01:32 Permalink

Alfred, thanks for that. I researched it deeper and find I would much rather have "hypnagogia" then to think I'm someone like Joel Haley Osments' chararacter in the "Sixth Sense". I found this one article to be facinating. It does suggest however that because I am able to tap into this realm of consciousness, even unwilling, that I possess "psychic" tendencies. What do you think? Hypnagogia: A Bridge to Other Realities Yun-Wen Shaw " To dream and altogether not to dream. This synthesis is the operation of genius, by which both activities are mutually reinforced." Every night of every day, people everywhere retreat to their beds to sleep, and oftentimes to dream. Many of us are not aware however, that the many levels of consciousness we undergo during the stages of sleep offer a link between our conscious mind and its manifested dream world; perhaps even the possibility of another realm of cognition altogether. Hypnagogia, the deeply relaxed state of consciousness that occurs shortly prior to falling asleep, has been recognized for hundreds of years as a source of creative thought and intuition by a long list of distinguished philosophers, artists, and scientists, names of which include Aristotle and Albert Einstein (1). Research into hypnagogia is now shedding light on long-sought-for explanations of psychic abilities and creative intuition obtained outside direct sensory processes by revealing the possibility that our brain may have the ability to tap into other states of consciousness (6). The phenomenon of the hypnagogic hallucinations which occur in this period are characterized by a slideshow of highly condensed, discontinuous, and bizarre imagery of faces, figures, animals, print and writing. Also accompanying this is often hearing one’s name being whispered, hearing music, and undergoing temporary physical paralysis (4, 7). These visual, auditory, and physical stimuli, have been known to cultivate intuition, bring flashes of inspiration, and offer creative insight to those who experience them (1). During this fleeting psycho-physical state, people report randomly occurring visual and auditory experiences which are relatively more disconnected and short-lived when compared to dreams characteristic of REM sleep. Hypnagogia is in fact very common, occurring in 72 to 77 percent of the population, many are unaware of the phenomena (1). A possible physical explanation for Hypnagogia is rooted in the discovery of magnetite crystals in cells of the brain and meninges. It has been found that there are five million magnetite crystals per gram in the human brain, and twenty times that number in the meninges (2). These ‘biomagnetite crystals’ are oriented in the brain in a manner that maximizes their magnetic moment, thus allowing the crystals to act as a system, and marking the ability of the brain to sense energy fields (4). These crystals could very possibly be the cause and explanation behind psychic abilities, as well as the feelings of intuition during states of hypnagogia. Let us further explore how this phenomenon may be possible. Studies that show the proximity of the crystal-containing brain cells to the pituitary and pineal glands, have led researchers to propose that these glands may use information from the earth’s magnetic field to regulate the release of hormones in the brain, thus directly controlling conscious awareness levels (2). However, there is still no way to ’read’ the signals that might be carried by the brains magnetic emissions. Despite this being so, the evidence indicating the existence of these signals and their possible constitution of a means of communication between various parts of the brain, is very compelling. This is the system that many speculate to be that which selects the neural areas to be recruited, so that the appropriate state of consciousness can elicit the suitable phenomenological, behavioral, and affective responses (4). Studies have been done to show that various low intensity magnetic signals delivered to the temporal lobes indeed have a positive effect of producing various hallucinatory effects in the subject . Such effects include vestibular feelings in which one’s normal sense of balance is replaced by illusions of levitation and vertigo. Also experienced are transient ‘visions,’ whose context include motifs that appear in near-death experiences and alien abduction scenarios. Another neuromagentically elicited experience is bursts of emotion, most commonly fear and joy. Interestingly, all of these experiences very closely approximate those in the hypnagogic state. Further experimentation performed on monkeys has determined the temporal lobes to be the part of the brain which mediates various states of consciousness. EEG readouts from the temporal lobes are markedly different when a person is asleep and undergoing a hallucinogenic seizure, or on LSD. In this case, seizural disorders confined to the temporal lobes (complex partial seizures) were characterized as impairments of consciousness. In the study, monkeys were given LSD after having various parts of their brains removed. The monkeys continued to ‘trip’ no matter what parts of the brains were missing. Only in the case where both temporal lobes were removed did the substance seem to have no affect the monkeys at all. The conclusion inarguably shows that the temporal lobes, in addition to all their other functions (in aspects of memory, language, music, etc.), also function to mediate states of consciousness (4). The interpretation of hypnagogic images in some studies have seemed to provide striking examples not only of the existence of various states of consciousness, but also of clairvoyance and telepathy (7). In his book Hypnagogia, Andreas Mavromatis declares that "…hypnagogia gives rise to the insight that there are many realities and that what we call wakefulness merely constitutes one of them…hypnagogia suggests the evolutional possibility of a further expansion of consciousness, and poses a serious question concerning the nature of reality" (7). People have applied many different strategies to channel into the "powers of the hypnogic’ by means of meditation, hypnosis, spiritualism, hallucinogenic drug use, and others. Many hypnogists report states of instantaneous intuition, exhilaration with an inspired poem, mystical insights, and exquisite peaceful joy. Occultists believe they can tap into clairvoyant experiences in the hypnagogic. Others feel that they can engage in self-hypnosis so that they can achieve things they thought impossible or too difficult, by hypnagogic visualization (5). Hypnagogic stages of sleep, with all its hallucinatory imagery, tends to act as compelling explanations for many claims of alien or supernatural encounters. It is easy to imagine how an individual who has had a hypnagogic experience with sleep paralysis, who is not familiar with the neurological explanation, to likely interpret their strange experience in terms of their cultural beliefs or in other bizarre supernatural terms (2). Hypnagogia presets new dimensions of a true New Age exploration, waiting for us all to travel together into this New World. And if any are skeptical, we can gain confidence in our hypnagogic pursuits from the realization that we are following in the footsteps of some of the most creative, intuitive and influential human minds in history. After all, Aristotle and Einstein can’t be wrong.
Submitted by pseudonym (not verified) on 03 Sep 2011 - 16:36 Permalink

Isn't the article saying the opposite, that people interpreting their experience in a supernatural way do so through ignorance of the science of sleep (also a great movie). It is just as likely an alien, angel, pan dimensional being or ghost as it is to be a psychic vision, which is not to say that none of these are impossible just unlikely. Aristotle was wrong, he thought the sun orbited the earth because he misinterpreted his observations. Einstein could absolutely be wrong, he might even be wrong in a way that I'm not aware of because I'm not a physics expert, but the evidence all backs up his conclusions based on our current understanding of the universe but that could change tomorow though it would require a large amount of very compelling evidence. I would say something about confirmation bias but I'm not sure I could explain it well enough- But this book could be useful http://www.end-your-sleep-deprivation.com/sleep-paralysis-treatment.html
Submitted by Phewmigation (not verified) on 03 Sep 2011 - 15:34 Permalink

DG, I heartily recommend tracking down a copy of Jurij Moskvitin's thought-provoking 'Essay on the Origin of Thought'. It is a work of 'subjective research', investigating his own hallucinatory experiences in a detailed and thorough manner.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 01 Sep 2011 - 18:14 Permalink

Alfred, when I was little, I use to think I was dreaming. But as I got older, I began to feel the difference. It's not that I wake from a dream up and reality may seem blurry. I have been woken up by full aparations standing at the foot of my bed. I take a few seconds and realize I am completely awake. It starts with a pulling sensation in my chest when I'm sleeping ( the closest way I can explain the feeling is if you take a breath in, then push it out through your mouth and keep straining to push air out, even when there is no more air...thats the feeling I get in my chest) I'm sleeping and then I feel that and it wakes me up and sure enough there is something either standing there, floating around or on the wall. At this point, I hate even opening my eyes after I become conscious because I don't want to see whats in the room. I see good spirits and I see bad ones. It's not hard to tell which one it is because of the colors that are around them. I know this sounds crazy and when I read this over I sound neurotic. But it's nothing I want, it's something I want to understand better. I have been living with it for so long, 30+ years. I know I'm not hallucinating. There are so many episodes, I don't even know where to begin. The one that is most peculiar is when I get "blown" on. Yep...I know it sounds funny, but imagine blowing on someones face? It's a quick, hard blow and it wakes me up. It freaks me out and makes me laugh at the same time because WTF is that? And I see nothing, just felt the air. So, for me to think I'm hallucinating out of a dead sleep is kind of hard to grasp. Plus...there are episodes when I'm awake and going about my day, but those aren't as intense as when I get woken up by them.
Submitted by Alfred Armstrong on 01 Sep 2011 - 10:30 Permalink

DG, I am as you would expect, sceptical. But polite discussion of contrary views is welcomed. What I would ask you is how do you know that these experiences are supernatural? It is perfectly possible, I think, for sane people to experience hallucinations: how are you sure the occurrences you mention are not the creation of your own mind?

Submitted by Jaysin (not verified) on 01 Sep 2011 - 06:32 Permalink

Forget all that $250+ a book mess I have just gotten a copy of cyclomancy in pdf form. The quality of the book is so-so. If you want a copy I can e-mail it to. Only $15 through pay pal and it's all yours. My e-mail is ehga66@aol.com Name: Jaysin Mood: Feelin great!