ECOLOGY OF SOULS Companion

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Horse & Barrel (2022)

 

The Ecology of Souls Companion compiles all the resources and references for Volumes One and Two, including:

 

- Three appendices:

 

- Appendix A: A selected list of the human dead seen during alien abductions or periods of ongoing UFO contact who are not personally known to witnesses at the time of their encounters. 

 

- Appendix B: A selected list of the human dead seen during alien abductions or periods of ongoing UFO contact who are personally known to witnesses at the time of their encounters. 

 

- Appendix C: A selected list of UFOs and aliens seen in modern cemeteries and graveyards.

 

- Endnotes

 

- Bibliography

It can be purchased in print form from any of the links above.

 

It is also freely available for download HERE.

 

PRAISE FOR ECOLOGY OF SOULS:

“In Ecology of Souls, Joshua Cutchin makes the case for an ecological perspective on the paranormal, with the processes of death and dying seen as essential clues for unravelling its mysteries. Paranormal entities of all different kinds are conceived as psychopomps performing ancient cosmic functions—ushering souls in their transition to the other side. By applying comparative methods—examining patterns across different cultural and folkloric traditions, and exploring commonalities between experiential narratives—Cutchin builds an argument for the centrality of death in all manner of paranormal experiences. This book is a bold and innovative contribution to Fortean research and scholarship, and a kaleidoscopic expedition into the wilds of the paranormal ecosystem.”

- Jack Hunter, PhD, editor of Greening the Paranormal: Exploring the Ecology of Extraordinary Experience


“In a world where there are an infinite amount of questions, Joshua Cutchin has some of the answers! He offers a refreshing look into the concept of death and paranormal experiences through a fascinating lens while going back to our cultural lore. Whether you are curious or a skilled anomalous researcher, this book should be a must-add to any library.” 

– Alex Matsuo, founder and director of Association of Paranormal Study