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  The Sacred Quest: By Experiment and Experience - The Next Step
D. M. A. Leggett


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The author had a life long interest in the paranormal and was a member of the Churches’ Fellowship for Psychical and Spiritual Studies. He was also a key figure in the foundation of the Scientific and Medical Network. The founders of the Network believed that “neither orthodox religion nor conventional science was sufficient to answer pressing questions about human existence and the cosmos, and that new ways of thinking were needed.” More than forty have passed and that statement is as true today as it was then.

Using the logic of a mathematician Leggett developed a spiritual framework - a personal philosophy, which he outlined in his two books, The Sacred Quest: By Experiment and Experience – the Next Step and A Forgotten Truth: A Spiritual Vision for Modern Man. In these books he delves into the paranormal, Hindu, Buddhist, Christian scriptures Hermetic traditions, Mysticism, the purpose for human life, reincarnation, evil, sin and suffering and much more. Both books would make a valuable addition to a spiritual truth seeker’s library. 


About the author

Peter Leggett also known as D. M. A. Leggett, after studying applied mathematics at Trinity College, Cambridge, dedicated his career to education. His positions included Principal of Battersea College of Technology and first Vice-Chancellor of University of Surrey.


Publisher: White Crow Books
Published March 2016
254 pages
Size: 203 x 133 mm
ISBN 978-1-78677-000-4
 
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