Up to this point, my book has been very remote from reality. I have discussed briefly a little of what science seems to have discovered about the physical world. I have deplored its inability to find anything about the only thing of which we are directly aware—human consciousness. I have extolled the unconscious mind, about which we know so little. I have proposed an unknown world, which occupies the same space as the physical space that we are aware of, but which no scientific instrument has been made to detect, and which indeed has never been detected. However, I now want to go beyond this discouraging remoteness. In the next four chapters I shall outline many items of physical evidence in favour of my claims. I feel that despite their almost universal failure to abide by the 86repeatable, Valerian scientific method, the vast number of human ‘anecdotal evidence’ observations deserve to be taken seriously!