Jacobson's Organ - a pair of tiny pits situated high in the nose - was dismissed for centuries as a vestigial ghost, but recent research suggests that it directly feeds a primitive part of our brain with thousands of subliminal messages that deeply affect our emotional state and other fundamental patterns of behaviour. Its rediscovery, says Lyall Watson, bestselling author of Supernature, changes everything, giving us 'access to a world we thought we had lost'.
Captivating and surprising, Jacobson's Organ shows us that there's certainly more to a nose than meets the eye.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 10 / 2000
- 111 x 181mm