Introduction to Christopher Bird, Author
Chris died of a stroke May 2, 1996
Tesla: Great Scientist, Forgotten Genius"
by Christopher Bird and Oliver Nichelson, appearing
in a 1977 issue of New Age, immediately sparked an international reawakening
to the work of "the greatest inventor of this century." This
wasn't the first time Bird landed on the leading edge.
life reflects the observations of an alien viewing the struggle for
renewal of the earth by minds far ahead of their time. His first triumph,Secret
Life of Plants, co-authored with Peter Tompkins, tuned an entire
'60s generation into the physical, emotional, and spiritual relations
between plants and man. Secret Life became a best-seller and
a film followed staring Stevie Wonder.
So long as one feeds on food from unhealthy soil, the spirit will lack the stamina to free itself from the prison of the body. Rudolf Steiner
Operating solely under the spell of his own creative inspiration, Bird produced a coffee-table-size book on the 500-year-old mystery of dowsing titled: The Divining Hand. Jaws fell slack as readers soon found that Hand went well beyond common understanding of dowsing.
All three books have recently been republished in the United States. Secrets is published in 15 and Hand in 6 foreign countries. Bird spoke a number of foreign languages fluently, including Russian. This facility has made him a popular speaker and contributed to development of an international following for his work.
Christopher Bird: Author, Explorer (Explorer's Club of New York), Chevalier (Knights of Malta), and New Age Prospector.
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