Jewish mystical tradition based on Old Testament revelation.
A 12-foot tall two-headed giant, allegedly captured by Spanish sailors in 1673.
In Hinduism and Buddhism, a fundamental concept that a person's thoughts and deeds determine the consequences of their afterlife and rebirth.
(1922–2005) Investigator of space-related topics, most notably, the theory that NASA faked the Apollo moon landings.
The energy of human consciousness which is normally dormant, lying near the root chakra at the base of the spine.
Named after Seymon Kirlian, a controversial technique to photograph a person's aura or biofield.