7 edition of Wild talents found in the catalog.
Originally published: Claude Kendall, 1932.
|LC Classifications||AG243 .F67 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||342 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||2005284297|
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Wild Talents is the fourth and final nonfiction book written by paranormal author Charles Fort, published in In recounting a wide variety of odd phenomena, Fort largely disregards his previous teleportation theory, or at least incorporates him into his new :// The 'Wild Talents' in the title refers to things such as dowsing, fire-starters, telekinesis, etc, as well as poltergeists.
An interesting thing about this book is that Fort proposes that people with these capabilities will be eventually used by the military. Inthis idea was no doubt laughable, but we all know now that the Military did Wild Talents was the last book written by Charles Hoy Fort and was first published inshortly before the author's death.
As the original edition is rare, and, as the book contains many errors, I am making this hypertext edition available with some of my "Wild Talents" has always my fav of Wild talents book four with "Lo!" coming in a close Wild talents book.
If you have never read any Charles Fort but you are interested in the odd and the unusual, this is a good book to kickstart your studies. It's a "start anywhere" type text with newspaper stories and commentary in short spurts. And, hey, the price is › Books › Religion & Spirituality › Occult & Paranormal.
Very attractive. Near fine early printing in still attractive original wrapper. Here in one compact and carefully indexed volume are four of the most audacious, astounding, outrageous, prophetic books of modern history. To read Charles Fort is to ride on a comet.
Fortean omnibus includes.: The Book of the Damned; New Lands; Lo!; and, Wild :// All around are wild talents, and it occurs to nobody to try to cultivate them, except as expressions of personal feelings, or as freaks for which to charge admission.
I conceive of powers and the uses of human powers that will some day transcend the stunts of music halls and séances and sideshows, as public utilities have passed beyond the toy Notes. As seen on page of Wild Talents Second Edition, this generator rolls a pool of 9d10 to automatically create a complete point character with stats, skills and superpowers.
Stats and powers that add up to greater than 10 dice automatically have some of them converted to wiggle dice to keep the pools to 10 dice or Comes with a free PDF download.
Comes with the PDF of Wild Talents Essential Edition, the complete rules, free. Progenitor is a massive Wild Talents setting sourcebook from Arc Dream Publishing. Nearly pages long, it's written by Greg Stolze, creator of the One-Roll Engine, co-author of Wild Talents, Godlike, and Unknown Armies, and author of Reign: A Game of Lords and :// Continuing the timeline introduced in Godlike, A World Gone Mad details the evolution of Talents into Wild Talents.
No longer are superhumans as limited as they were. Changes are lasting, super tech can be mass produced, and Hyperbrains are changing the world. Coming in at roughly pages, this is really one of the highlights of the :// Wild Talents Second Edition features new art by Todd Shearer, a massively expanded chapter on the history of the World Gone Mad by Dennis Detwiller, chapters on running superhero games and playing superheroes by Greg Stolze, and updated and cleaned-up rules ://.