hétfő, január 10, 2005


Master Yehudi made it clear that levitation was only the beginning. It was a lovely accomplishment, of course, but nothing to set the world on fire with. Scores of people possessed the ability to lift themselves off the ground, and even after you substracted the Indian fakirs and Tibetan monks and Congolese witch doctors, there were numerous examples from the so-called civilized nations, the white countries of Europe and North America. In Hungary alone, the master said, there had been active levitators at the turn of the century, three of them right in his hometown of Budapest.
(Paul Auster: Mr. Vertigo)

Mr. Vertigo