Landau, Lucian (1912– )
Industrial consultant who experimented and lectured in the
field of parapsychology. He was born on April 13, 1912, in Warsaw,
Poland. He first came to England as a business executive
and consultant in the rubber, plastics, and electronics industries.
He invented various devices and processes used in Britain,
France, and Italy and wrote a study on latex published by
the British Rubber Development Board in 1954.
Landau experimented with dowsing, clairvoyance, psychic
photography, and radiasthesia and lectured on such subjects
to the Medical Society for the Study of Radiesthesia, the Cambridge
University Society for the Study of Parapsychology, and
Encyclopedia of Occultism & Parapsychology • 5th Ed. Landau, Lucian
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the College of Psychic Science, London. He published articles
in Light journal, including a report on the Delawarr Camera
(vol. 77, no. 3430 [March 1957]). (See also black box)
Sources
Landau, Lucian. ‘‘Radionics General Considerations.’’ Journal
of the British Society of Dowsers (September 1958).
Pleasants, Helene, ed. Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology.
New York Helix Press, 1964.

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