Michael Talbot (author)
September 29, 1953|
Grand Rapids, Michigan
|Died||May 27, 1992
Manhattan, New York
|Notable works||Mysticism and the New Physics
The Holographic Universe
Michael Coleman Talbot (September 29, 1953 – May 27, 1992) was an American author of several books highlighting parallels between ancient mysticism and quantum mechanics, and espousing a theoretical model of reality that suggests the physical universe is akin to a hologram based on the research and conclusions of David Bohm and Karl H. Pribram. According to Talbot ESP, telepathy, and other paranormal phenomena are a product of this holographic model of reality.
Talbot was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on September 29, 1953. He was originally a fiction/science fiction author. He also contributed articles to The Village Voice and other publications.
Talbot attempted to incorporate spirituality, religion and science to shed light on profound questions. His non-fiction books include Mysticism And The New Physics, Beyond The Quantum, and The Holographic Universe (freely available at the Internet Archive).
- The Delicate Dependency, 1982 (reprinted in 2014 by Valancourt Books), ISBN 1941147240
- The Bog, 1986 (reprinted in 2015 by Valancourt Books)
- Night Things, 1988 (reprinted in 2015 by Valancourt Books)
- Mysticism And The New Physics, ISBN 0-14-019328-6, 1980 (rev. 1992)
- Beyond The Quantum, ISBN 0-553-34480-3, 1986
- Your Past Lives - A Reincarnation Handbook, 1987, ISBN 0517563010
- The Holographic Universe, ISBN 0-06-092258-3, 1991
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