Unfoldment Of New Senses

The same writer continues as follows: "Even as it is man is able to

perceive only a limited number of sound vibrations--there are many sound

vibrations above and below his scale, and which he is unable to

perceive, but which are registered by delicate instruments. Likewise,

man is able to perceive only a limited range of light vibrations, there

being enormous fields of such vibrations above and below his range.

an is unable to sense electrical waves, or magnetic

waves--though, theoretically, he should be able to sense these as well

as light waves, the difference between these respective fields of

etheric vibrations being simply different rates of vibration. Imagine

what a new world would be opened to man if he could sense the waves of

electricity. In that case he could 'see' things as far away from him as

the waves of electricity could travel, and even though solid objects

intervened, as in the case of the X-Rays. In such a case a man might

actually 'see' things at the other side of the world, by means of

'wireless electrical waves.' Theoretically these things are possible,

providing that man's optical nerves are rendered more sensitive, or

provided that he evolves a new set of sensory nerves and instruments of