Andrija Puharich M.D., LL.D.This book is about the richness, the excitement, the ecstasies and the agonies of the lifeof Dr. Andrija Puharich.Hampered by poverty, scarred by personal tragedies, he etched his way doggedly fromfootball star, and outstanding student through medical school, on to establish The RoundTable Foundation in Maine for parapsychological research, to medical discoveries, resultingin over 75 patents.A maverick, a dedicated researcher, a rebel scientist, Andrija Puharich was both scornedby colleagues, and revered and encouraged by those gifted with foresightedness, includingAldous Huxley.His research expeditions ran the full gamut from initial experiments with Eileen Garrettand Peter Hurkos in the Faraday Cage, to filmed forays into the secrets of the sacredmushroom rites of the Chatino Indians of Mexico, to Brazil to do investigative research onthe healer Pachita and Arigo, the famous "surgeon of the rusty knife", to the Kahunapriests of Hawaii, to Israel to study Uri Geller, and the long lasting investigation into themysteries of UFO's.Andrija Puharich was never satisfied with one-dimensional observation. He participated inthe secret rites, partook of the sacred mushroom, and let himself be operated on by Arigo andPachita.He was a foremost authority on E.L.F. (extremely low frequency magnetic fields)pollution, and its effects on human organisms.As a medical doctor, physicist and inventor, he is in every "Who's Who" of noteworthy scientists.He conducted scientific research of Nobelprize quality, and published numerousscientific papers.During his final years, Dr. Puharich dedicated all his time developing countermeasuresagainst - the genetic damage of E.L.F. signals.He developed a comprehensive theory of the state of well being based on a centralfrequency of near-8Hz for the homeostatic control of cell division. He was probably thefirst to detail the scope for further research with dolphins involving novelelectromagnetic mechanisms (including scalars), since then followed by top researchersworldwide. He described, on the basis of experimental research, an advanced theory of subatomic physics. He successfully conducted reversal of tumors with superoxideanions and ozone.Being considered too far out, or too ahead of his time, he was by then largely ignoredby Academia and earlier colleagues. His passing means the loss of a quiet, sincereexplorer of the reaches of human possibilities.