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The Third Man Factor tells the revealing story behind an extraordinary idea that people at the very edge of death, often adventurers or explorers, experience a benevolent presence beside them who encourages them to make one final effort to survive If only a handful of people had ever experienced the Third Man, it might be dismissed as an unusual delusion but over the years the experience has occurred again and again to mountaineers, divers, polar explorers, prisoners of war, solo sailors, aviators, astronauts and 9 11 survivors All have escaped traumatic events only to tell strikingly similar stories of having experienced the close presence of a helper or guardian In The Third Man Factor John Geiger combines history, scientific analysis and great adventure stories to explain this secret to survival, the Third Man who in the words of legendary Italian climber Reinhold Messner leads you out of the impossible. The Third Man Factor: Surviving the Impossible


5 thoughts on “The Third Man Factor: Surviving the Impossible

  1. Mindlessoutpost Mindlessoutpost says:

    A very good read and informational As with many books of this type, you will need to determine the takeaways most suited for yourself Overall, I highly recommend this quick read You will gain something that will bring thought and perhaps enhancement to your life.


  2. ebats.us Customer ebats.us Customer says:

    Anyone who loves adventure in the wilder parts of our planet will be enthralled by this book According to Wikipedia, the Third Man factor is a phenomenon in which an unseen presence provides comfort or support during traumatic experiences.The most famous example is recorded by Sir Ernest Shackleton, who said in his book about the harrowing final leg of his epic tale of struggle and survival in the Antarctic region during that long and r


  3. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    This book provided a good overview of an interesting phenomenon I was inspired by the tales of survival and the author s words on the resilience of the human body and spirit The book often felt like a long reading list though of stories of people who experienced the Third Man, and some of the stories were repeated I would have preferred scientific analysis of the Third Man factor and fewer exploration stories I would also hoping for narr


  4. Michael L. Gooch Michael L. Gooch says:

    Geiger is the editorial board editor at the Globe and Mail and author ofFrozen in Time The Fate of the Franklin Expedition What he is not is a scientist I didn t expect nor receive an in depth review of the scientific side of this phenomenon Geiger does give us an intelligent tour of Third Man visitations This tour includes a serious look at the scientific aspects along with the spiritual elements.While Geiger never says, I suspect that he co


  5. Roger Weston Roger Weston says:

    This was a fascinating book It is full of amazing stories of those who have braved extreme circumstances and survived It s a fast, suspenseful read because these are true stories where people were in great danger and came near death If you like reading about near death experiences as I do, you will enjoy this book.


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