Multiple Man: Explorations in Possession and Multiple Personality

Toronto, ON, Canada: Collins Publishers (1985)

Adam Crabtree's pioneering work redefines the meaning of "mental health" as it reveals that these two disorders may be much more common than previously believed. Rather than being seen as a bizarre anomaly, multiple personality, in particular, may simple be an unusual yet common form of multiple consciousness we all experience. Multiple Man strives for a more complete understanding of human nature in all its eccentricities in order to illuminate important truths about the tremendous potential of the human psyche.
Keywords Multiple Personality  Possession Syndrome  Altered States of Consciouness  Franz Anton Mesmer  History of Hypnosis  Human Multiplicity
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