The Library Angel
Arthur Koestler coined the term library angel for frequently experienced meaningful coincidences in which the right book or reference suddenly presents itself at a moment of need.
Arthur Koestler, author of the book, The Roots of Coincidence, had a lifelong passion for exploring and understanding synchronicity. He developed a conceptual system involving holons with similarities to Bohm’s holomovement, a holographic universe in which the whole is contained in each of its parts. Koestler’s contributions are cited throughout Allan Combs and Mark Holland’s book, Synchronicity – Science, Myth and the Trickster.
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