Fort, Charles - The Book of the Damned - Falls of bricks
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
The Book of the Damned - Charles Fort
Amer. Jour. Sci., 2-34-298.
Object that fell at Richland, South Carolina--yellow to gray--said to look like a piece of brick.
Edin. New Phil. Jour., 19-87.
Pieces of "furnace-made brick" said to have fallen--in a hailstorm—at Padua, August, 1834. The writer offered an explanation that started another convention: that the fragments of brick had been knocked from buildings by the hailstones. But there is here a concomitant that will be disagreeable to anyone who may have been inclined to smile at the now digestible--enough notion that furnace-made bricks have fallen from the sky. It is that in some of the hailstones--two per cent of them--that were found with the pieces of brick, was a light grayish powder.
That it had been reported that a good-sized stone, of form clearly artificial, had fallen at Naples, November, 1885. The stone was described by two professors of Naples, who had accepted it as inexplicable but veritable.
The source of the experienceFort, Charles
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