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not expect this hook to stand upon its literary merits; for UlU;OUlHl in principle, felicity of diction cannot save it, at d if SOHl1l1, homeliness of expression cannot destroy it. My >rirnary object ill offering it to the public is to assist in hrin iug J l:-;ydlOlogy ivithin the domain of the exact sciences. That this has never hccn accomplished is owing to the Iact
it is that )() successful attempt hus been made to formulate a working- J ypnthr.;sili sufflciently comprehensive to embrace all psychic llll en »ncna. I t has, however, long been felt by the ablest thin crs of our time that all psychic manifestations of the


n intellect, normal UI" abnormal, whether designated by the nar» of mesmerism, hypnotism, somnambulism, trance, spiritism, dernonolouy, miracle, mental therapeutics, genius, or insanity, arc ill some wa.y related i and COt1S(XIU(,mtly, that they arc t ) he n.:fl'lT~<l to some gelU~ral11rillcipl<.! or law, which, once uncle I'S toorl, will siin pH fy and correlate thl! wh 01 c s uhjcct-ma tter, and possihly remove it from the domain of the supernatural, The London Society for Psychical Research, whose ramification: extend all over the civilized world, was organized for the purppse of makin~ a systematic search for that law. The Scci .ty numbers among its membership ninny of the ablest scie: tists now living. Its methods of investigation nrc purely scici tift(·, and painstnking to the last degree, and its field embt':i.c's all psychic phenomena. It has already accumulated arnl verified n vast array of facts of the most transcendent intc est and importance. In the mean time a large number of tho, lilcst scientists of Europe and America have been pursuing inde xmdcnt Investigruione in the phenomena of hvnnotism. The , too have accumulated facts and discovered principles of vast lmportaucc, csp(~d;tlly in the field of mental theraneutics, prlnciples which also throw a flood of light upon the general .tHthj ict of Psychology.


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W ASHfNGTOlf~ D. I have done this for two reasons: first. C.psycbic phenomena._. J. I t:::aml{It but be aware that my conclusions sometimes oppose tile precose ived opinions of others. an second. an I have tentatively formulated a working hypothesis for the systematic study of all classes of . to the end th t the fundamental law of psychic phenomena may be discov red. I desire t say that I claim no credit for this work. H. October 2ft 1 Join www. save that which is d e to an bonest desire to promote the truth {OJ' its own sake. my h is as the true one will be compelled l!nOl'e freqnently than ve been to renounce his former tonvictions. it was not for the purpose of sustaining any precoocei opinions of my own j far from it. instead of confining myself to experimental researches my own. acco nts of which I find in the literature current on the subject.forgottenbooks. But no ODe who accepts. hus accumulated and verified.~gen. This vastarray of facts. If at the close of the book I have se med to trespass upon the forbidden field of tht:oJogical discuss on. due credit to hum integrity. I have ot hesitated to follow it to its legitimate CODclusion in every fi Id which I have entered.tific classific tion and to read this book in HIGH-QUALITY . that I might avoid the accusation of having conducted a series of experim nts for the purpose of sustaining a pet theory of my own. Sincerely believing in the correctness of my h}'P')tbesis. and to give due weight to human testimony. In the following pages I ave attempted such a ciassification of verified phenomena. and awaitin&. would seem to justify at'least a tentative e art to apply to them the processes of induction. T. It was because I was in 'stibly led to my conclusions by the terms of my hypothesis ' the inflexible logic of its application. because I hold that substantial progress cannot made in science until one is ready to accord.HIGH-QUALITY VI SAMPLE PAGE P EFACE. In coaclusion. It wil be observed that I have availed myself largely of the labors 0 others.

Its Premlses tho Result of Snggcstiol). .'\i..Duality of Mintl.. CHAPTgR INTR<)J')UCT<W. Line of Thought ..uM...Unlvcrsulity of the Law o Suggestion . .r. -Auto-Suggestlcn. . . 27 CHAPTER Rl':ASONINn· POWf':RS Oli' TUg 'I'wn UI... -1 )ogma~ tism of Subjective Iutelllgencc.. . .Suggestion. ..- Spiritism. or Syllogifltlc.•. -I.Hypnotic Interview with SocratoR. H) CHAP'l'ER VUA!. -.'I'hcorlcs of J Iypnotism and (!slnt!riKm.11 YlJothesis.Illustrations hy Hypnotism.l'f!r~iHttmcy in following' 11.-luI)jecti vc " M inds. -ll.D.The Gre k Philosophy..A I 'sycholo ical 11ypothe.Swcchmlmrg. The Subjective Mind incapable of Inductive Re ~oning. SU(:r.. . .e-e Intervlew with 1\ Phil isophlc Pil{.forgottenbooks. . .Reason from an A}I~ sumcd Major I'remise.nttty.Its Processes always Deductive.ichauH" Law of :-luggestioll..Illustrations from II ypuotism. .Mental 'I'hcrapcnt its.The Pig affirms tho "I )('Jctrine of Rdncarnat on. . . "Ohjectivu" aucl .The Early Chri:-ltian Fathers. Hug .HIGH-QUALITY SAMPLE PAGE C()N]~EN·TS.Their I J is tinc:ti e J ) i[(L!r(!JlCCH aut! Modes of Operation.Incapable 0 Centroversial Argument. .'! necessary. The Doctrine of the Trinity of Mall.The N e tonian ypothesi». . .The Sulljt:t:tivrJ M inti a 'J )istint:t I'.ITY ANn 11. .-A Working I ypothesis for Psychology Iormulated. . r-r PA(.'\ Three Tenus... 33 Join www.Y.TIll! Atomic 'I'heory.. MINDS nIl" "EREN'fJA'rF..-I htality in Modern Philosophy. .l Iermetlc Philmwphy..Tt N cccssity of a Work to read this book in HIGH-QUALITY .gs1'rON.ted.

tiol\l'I of 11!1 1'Iwnl1 mena of "Gcnius.A !"lll~~Ht!('n [lagc:-.. . ttl A PI)\kath til 10 lIw Solution of Problems of InK:tnity. cal Conclusions. .\l: in till! I n:.· '1'111: t'.Practical Observations.n~t. gists. ~. Rush.l':IUIt Indian Fakirs..'.. -_ Extraordinary Feats of Memory Language recovcrcd. -Dangers of Subjective Control.• .Me surem en t of 'I' htillUl.OhHcrv. .Sir William 11am iIton 's V it: vs .Ar~:'" Macaulay's Eluimac of I'lId~ .Opilli<}fl1'.-Clay.( :I't~at ( ImtOl'H.Stwt.1 tlrtihtllm'f! Views.U\t~. lnddullt!l.lin peare ·lla (:01\ I 'rl tit II!Ill...Talent tor !'oetry <Lnd ~[~icd!:vdnlll"d by Abnorma! Conditions. . J Improvisation.Musical Prodlgles.Thu Power POI4" sessed by ~.(k.Whnk remembered hy an Illiterate Unknown Tongues explained. .< I!JliCfVa t 101\~ ql Dr. .'unctionR of ObJ«c- Join www.<:: .giarir:lm -. . . .The Origin and ilC~ of M uslc.Napoleon ]Junal artu.. • CHAPTER PERECT MEMORY OF TilE IV.Ttml. . dming f !lneH:i. . I'M... . nf !'~)'(hql(). the Musical Prodigy.U nconscious __:_tjl.CrIVP.tkal Prodigies. .The Lightning Cn1culalo.. . .. .The Subjective ill Art..Measuremtmt of orin c.. .. A rt .. the M.l"iltg in .Talent fur J'rawing t:volvcd hy Madness.·k :lIld !kh!l:w Scrv:tI t (ad.Willd Tom.. Practical Illustrations. .Madness i .Its Practical Significance.Joli1t'tOy's Testimony.Solution of the Sh n k .Illulttrutivtl ncklents. .! Element in Poetic Compcsition. -Reasons for Ll lilatinn~ uf SlIhjl·('ti\·I' Power.-!)atrkk Henry. ~.. . -Tho Normal 1..\tH! !'lwi ry.. . ~ Sh.HIGH-QUALITY viii SAMPLE PAGE CONTENT... .lEtT!VI': MINp. ~jnt\ll11 u(lH\von!\mn:lO. .1 Iypnotlc Subjects.t!cu· Estimate of Poets. PERCEPI'ION OF THE FIXED LA S Of Three Sub-Classes of Mental I'heno una.forgottenbooks..SfH. . Snhjl'nivt. .I Iis Recognitl 11\ of t hi.Zorah Coli iur . ..!' Confirmed by Hypnotic"!w:ttt"-Poets..Webster.ttltln and Intuitive Perception.l leal Prodigy. . tions of Natural Law . t (. st Il.Mathcm:l.jQ CHAPTI~R SUB]F.". ~ Distinction between Results of Ohj ctlve t':du to read this book in HIGH-QUALITY . .L ml llywl1. . MEMORV «( 11JIitllUr/). . ~ l'rani..j-« Resuscitation of Knowk tl). . o1g CHAPTER V• NATtJlU:. .The Result of 11\1: (Jpl:ra-. . .

The Limitations ius Earthly State of Subjective In tellionly.sigllifi nee of Ilrakl's Discoveries not appreciated.llce-s HJ~tkilig l!1!::~.. .History of the Sciellce. 75 CHAPTER VIII.Faillife Consistent with Honesty of Mediums .org to read this book in HIGH-QUALITY .forgottenbooks.The Acadcmiciaus.Career.~OVl)ry. .. . III. The Subjective Mind incapable of Controversial Arp. Eli'I"EeTS 01" AllVERSE SUGGESTION. R~:t:apitlllatit)1l of I'oinhs Sr CHAPTER HVPNOTISM Mesmeric IX.-Infltlellc' of the Early Meamcrists. .TIll: Seybert Commisxion.The Presen 0 of an A VOWI. . . Case.Gr·: by its Limitations.-lts Kit ship to l'fl.The .- . Warfare of the Schools.The Nancy School and the I'aris School c mparccl.IESl\II. .-The Fluidic Mind of the Operntotv-e--The Th~ory. Power of the Soul .l mcnt.HIGH-QUALITY SAMPLE PAGE IX CONTENTS.Till! So 11rces of it:-. . )iRI. 62 CHAPTI':R VII. . ti vc Intelligence. .How demoralized. Ph euo 1\ ena.I . . . .Omniscience cannot -111l1uction is Inquiry. .:RISM MethQd~. . .cot SdlOo1. .General Conclusions .hop.tribute of .'jE. Re-baptism of the Sc·un"e.A Sceptical A urlicnce demoralizes it.Llanucnious Conduions n.:'111 red by Spiritists. of Medicine. .Lil!halllt'!I Theory of SUg" gC!ltiOll..IIrui cl 's Processes no t prod ucti vc of I I ip.Th u C IHl. . r Reform ia Terminology suggcllted.'I'he SUCCllRROl'S of The Royal Academy esmer. gl!llCC pertains to nod demonstrated ruason inductively. . . -l'en:cp ion the Conclusions regardi 19 the til' Greatest Discovery in I'sychic Sciullcc..lwn(i. J' rro rs.The Fluidic Theory.I Iypnotism Q£ nimals. .aho uch ere and IIi. . (continued ANI) Jl. . .:(! Sceptk prevents Sl\cc1.The Law of Sugp. .dkilH.Its offer to Clairvoyants.. ..~ssflllExhihition (If Su hj ccti vel 'h CHOn} una. . -I Jr.r Mesmerization of Animals. IIVI'NOTISM AND MESMERISM. . Hrald'~! Effl:cls of llraid's Discoveries..Adverse Snggcsiolt the Cause of Fail uru ill all Cases. Failure to earn Ruward. .l-e-Tbeir Join www.lts Idiotic I'r ·judices. A t.I'ossible Lack of T( lepathic Couditions ill Bishop ':-. -The Mesmeric 'I'h cory.Th H 0 ynl Academy of M\. . .

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l(encc.. PhilmHlphy.Environ'pedm(ms. .t\ m-ien t and Mmi ern Superstitions relating to Ttallcc.TIw Prayer of Faithv--« ( )llsl~!4i'li()n.LO>ls of [clcntity. operated. ~ rowt h and ('1) Sf \\))l~mlnus I 'rnp(ll'd"{ 1)R.>'! i'.t'Diug-kal ('iI'l:rn'. ~ It is a l luman inl..!(! I' lau dwt k wit It I'll ItS }i ri t 1-1. .-it !naks aliiI his !).~. .TIll: 1J Iluence of Suggel-ltion. .AutoLa..--iJf Clairaudicuco.J ts Evo· )ut i(l!l.Devils out of F.Multiple Pcrscmu. ."_ PilO~l!d !-1dcntHk Tests.-Thc {oly Physical and M entnl t\ ttit tid' .m(~l'ic Se!!l'l~.('}airvoY<1lll'..lllap.I )efinitio\ls of the Term • •_ .Their H.'TS.w.S. hy tll() \ r 1\i versal Eai'lily .-Ih:liglous S tltt!»u> founded 01\ Trtlnc(J.Tho ~HAPTER 1'HF: PHYSr XIX.!vd:ltlnIlM.Swt~11 1)Ill"1-(. .Possible EX[lhuwtion.\1''1'1<:1{ TilE XVIfL «("«)}Itilll/ttl). .. . . .\.ion. .. Ji:X!WrillH. . . . . .(~t 1) t lw ln w of Suggestion..11 ~l'mI·I. - m.. . Ou II I'ersonality.\VOI! lllt:nl <If (.lsilion.~ ychumutry. Mt~r. (CtJJltillllCrl). ~ Moclcm Instnnces.NA en' Sl'llUl'lSM 1'1 II:..Orthodoxy antI t lilterminxy. .!<eH.el1i.. ~51 \V rit Ing. l'HENOi\-JENA The Intelligence mnnif 8tf!J(I. .. .Conditiona rCtluil'litc.\'l\lO\l. . .Theil" Ilouudary Lines ill 'I'ru to read this book in HIGH-QUALITY .:N/\ ()]o' xvn.SI I'rofessor Deuton's lerful Vision» of the Ancient . . I'I!ENI ):\1 ..forgottenbooks. .Clairantlicl\ce. -{'mctical (11.! and Telepathy.M.(:IlVl:rlil."\ I [Ol\St'.)1: ive and H\l1!ji.(. - i':xphlllUtion on Tt:kpathk l'rind]ict{. i{1:Ill.Mental llllJm'~si( ms. .''.1'(}. . AI.litlll. Insanity somdilllc~ n::·mlls f~(ttl Iguoram:e of t.lwl 'j.l.'I'rauce. . . . . .I 'n:lll! III iUno.A I'r of ()( the Dual I Iypothesis.V :-liOl)l4 ~~LtJ~~) Vir~in.()1 Ij 1.!divc Visions.!d Oil Trnncc Visions. ."The .(~rit~l\ al Ph Hnw lp h y..A Luwyur's Ex]1I:rit'lKI!.ExperinH.'l'hoir U urellahillty.. (HAPTER Tim I'HENO:'lI .HIGH-QUALITY SAMPLE PAGE XU1 CON1'b.Inherent Prolll\blHtt 8.Ca!'!til1~ out Devils.'lltS. ell<' HP!tUTI:.11 (qmldl. - Tht: l'kunh M(\ lificat ions.lity . .The Hest Join www. C. . . ..The Element Ilf 'I'elcputhy. .• . .Its Slow <. .Sill 'it. -.Clmrm:lcril'ltics.he Cause.(if Pruyer. 1'.uh: The I'lan chct te and Telupa thy.~ph'iti/"!lh.'1'1 Ii Ca!ole of Ansel Ilourne. ill (gnonmcc of the A Law of SIIRJ{(.NT.Vision:!.t\ I'icce of Mortar from 0\11s of 'I'll ings .!Ills in Hypnotism cornpared. . . .trlcallh· E:umpl .

Power t create Phantasms demonstrated.".G~ ROt Conclusions.sIDns.C nditions necessary.Spirit Photo aphy. . . .The same in an Cases. ifference in Degree.No General n telligence manifested. . Spiritistic Phenomena Life beyond the Grave.~ ere Ho~. .A Rem rkable Case. TION AND PREMATURE BURIAL.A Livin of T elepath y and Su A \V onderful Slate. Kind.Eliphas Levi's Views.Investigations of the ndon Society for Psychical Research. . .Sumrllogism.Witches. . . .Ghosts the Creations of the Subjective Entity.Magicians. .Dero onstration of n Unexpected Phenomenon.Slate.. . . .Spirit" M terialization." .HIGH-QUALITY xiv Conditions. . PAGE Organism necessary. . . 27 r Ghosts. .forgottenbooks.Other Salient Peculiarities.W .Haunted Hoi1SeS.Scientific In yes gations. . established.R_emarkable Cases.Conclusio~s .Proj ection of the "Astral Body.e y Suggestion. . .Telepa thic and Psychod in Perlection.0 not constitute Valid Evidence of a An Argument for Immortality. . .Phan tasms not Spirits.-Ghosts neit er prove nor disprove Immortality. -. Ph ysical Power display its Mundane Origin.Crystal Visions.D' Assier's Statetaeats. .Ghosts Intensified T~thic V.Proposi~.ANew Classification. . Join www. . .pa hic Phenomena. SAMPLE PAGE CONTENTS. -Conditions of Obj ctivity and Persistency. ing to read this book in HIGH-QUALITY . 286 APTER XXI. not in.Tentative Classification of Phenomena.The Laws gestion pre vail. .Writing.Raising the DeviL . . .mary of Results.E bodied Thoughts.Uniform Cb cteristics.

(:n~tltl~1' 1'(lw\~r> to read this book in HIGH-QUALITY . I) 'I'rauce-Spunkcrs . .~J's uf M eel imush ij1. .'I'h« Imporuu <:. The Normal Relations of th ' Objective and Subjective Faculties... .- Join www.. . The Word Pm'tlt in It" ppllcatlon to Psychic Phenomena. Definition.. The Causes. < ••• I )~ll\g(.. ... . In.. . Aiment Tl·catnwnt. . ... . ~ The Condition!'!. - I III moral 'I \:ud(. .forgottenbooks.- !l1.: (.Ol'an lM odium Ten c lency toward.\: of trw Law of "0 SIlgW1Sti.:. .imitatio» of Suhjct:tive POwers and Rl:sponsihilitics in this Lif.1 t consti lutes Man l'AGn a Fn:l' Moral Agent.Modern . .Faith esaential then n. LUll their Creator Facilities for bidf· Pr.Seven Scientilic Steps.The ()ricntalist~.Concluaions ..· Healing the Sick. .1'::-:0 teric 1)01. . 33~ THE..~ Their I"n.u inn.An F itOIM of the Law of Suggestion.k. . .: trines reserved for Modern .. now.- The Sclentific Accurac of lliH Stntcments..Tilt: No 'n):! J Functions of tht! Soul in Earthly Lif e.Scient ifi c Reasons.:rs All1H nnal Fxerd"'l: of Subjective Power. lml H~cility. .Errors of th e (lid I hilosoplicrs.Illustrative Incidellt~. .The F: inship of the Soul to tim\. JII:y I gll..Tilt! 'I'rnnsceue lunt Vel's qf j he S oul.. Hhip. an it '/. J~I CI APTER TH": ['HVSICAL MANlln:""H'A'l'IONS AND PHILOSOPHY OF CHRlS'!'. ..n:at :-.s ieuce confirms the New 'l'estnmcntv-« Internal gvidcJlc~ of t e Truth of the History of JeHu/.Th« Spitit of Truth.tllmhlinK"Hlo .':'_ Nothing discovered that JmlUs did not know.~' ['l!V\~.!.HIGH-QUALITY SAMPLE PAGE xv ON 7'ft'NTS.~ Po vers and FtlIlCtiOI1~. 'l"i Ie!'".. . . .The Exoteric and the J ':I'lotmic 1)0 ct ri WH.. aJl( 1 M oral J h:gra· rl.. .Secrecy enjoined.The Limitation f the Powers of the Ohj cct ivc Mind . . .J )<lIlj.I.Natural Uclusiou.-Tha Power to heal transmitted to al Future Generations.. t: mdu!li()m.-Jai· rus' I)nughh!r.e-« of N ervous I Ji. . . :. Unbelief ill the Physical History of l:hrh\t. .-.~ \\laming}.: \If a K llIIW1L'<1). XXIII. CH(\PTER PRACTICAL CUN 'LUSIONS XXII.Its. to proclaim the Scientific Truth. ANI) SUGGESTIONS.T1Hdr 1 )l~til1l:tlvl.I'a ral Jh!s. Red iHC()Val'Y of the !-i cien cc of Mental Therapeutics in Moe ern Times.The In fin ite W isdom displayed in tb ir I )istrilmtiOl). cicnce to discover. . .JUSH:! the ftl'~ The Doctrine of ("aith. PHVHICAL MANU' :5TATtoNS OF CHRIST (continued). .!.

.-Intuitive Perc ption of the Laws of the Soul.His Perception of Spiri ual Laws.a. ceptive Powers of the Soul. .His Manhood and its Li itations. . . . .re Rewards and Punishments.The Three Temptations illustrative. . The Necessity of Signs and Wonders.Illus ative Incident. . . God wiU "Render 10~ ~ acco~g to his Deeds.The Conscious Existen e of the Soul. .The reat Lesson to ~1ankind. . .Simon the Sorcerer.Jesus ~e first to ~ the Doctri e of Immortality. . Join www. 359 CHAPTER THE SPIRITUAL PffiLOSOPH CHRIST. .. .The Declarations of Christ." Spiritual Penalties for Vio1. .Miracle not a Necessa Explanation of the Power of Christ. . .HIGH-QUALITY xvi SAMPLE PAGE CONTENTS. . 374 CHAPTER REWARDS AND The C~rist:s Mission.He mean j ust what He said.Presumptive Evidence of His Knowledge of Spiritu I Laws.He gave it a DefilUte Status in Philos phy. .Chao ic State of Spiritual -:.Jesus knew the w'.Phenomena of Hypn tism illustrative. . PAGE Subjective Faith only required.Inherent Probabilities.Chris constantl~ controlled by Reason. and always acted within its Limitations. .Our Warranty of Title as Sons of God.The Doctrines of the Church.Condition precedent to Immortality.tioas Spmtual Law.The in against the Holy of ~DCCeSS Philosophy oy m HlS T~e.The Law of Suggestion applied. Signs and Wonders as to read this book in HIGH-QUALITY .for ottenbooks. .Belief esse Hal to Salvation.Lite al Extinction of the Soul through Unbelief. .Propos tions.-His Consummate Wisdom.The Variou Doctrines in Vogue. . . . . . . .Conclusions.His Doctrine new to the World. • .Faith the ssential Condition. . • • .Belief will not avert the Consequenc s of Sin.".The Normal Exercise of Sub] e tive Power. hrist's Work was for All Time. but SCientifically co ect.Scepticis constitutes a Fatal Suggestion. -His Subjective Powers subservient.The Per. hence not Immortal-Christ as a Saviour of ouls.Souls of Animals have no Conscic s Existence. .The "Spoken Word. . . _ The Doctrine of Fnta.

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ur ltit such an hypothesi phenomena 'P1:rt:UninR iii ttl amI fu.k:n.calcd ftorn nme nn e:QC.I"J. irlecl 1. Nc.m-~l! 1.i. ~Js=."fIliml.1 I r )llI'lJl~b: tlICC~"'" J~~hul~.rml.nV()lY«1 my waa 1Cf5.. or ntiurJ. • mbjec:t of hu num inlJe within the domoln nomy.:y Iuroll.j.!I!.1jllli.. - !::~~rllli='" .cilt· -t."I:~·nlattt.. rfnnt rnl the fmtnulc.uniM hy t 11 ~ T[A]~ progr :1bsenee its 1I.l! in It !lUte I~lily 11.1 c:u\ lll'ntl~rly t tH:i~(~:\.W ()F I.'l'.'Wt. ie N'~ni:\n TJ)1l('tb~..l ~U:l.)ty 1m!!.plritil!.y cenNewton pramlltwned •th C1'~ntL1I\1ly. Im:viout to "the ~( 1\~t11~ uian lly~thtlt nd itl!l 'Vt't:lfi. l[1 r~)r rL1m'nn~lmy)the it! ry~ It C!'nnhles (Inc e zm nI FDlJ'Dllm I!oou I .'t.~ ttl aric:!t+ Uut t a revolutkm uf clnpiTid!'l thl.:-.. . seieaee..

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be went fi A ians. Faili ng ~sult: f men than h· thefe he: • j ~r. lay.c:ni 0 f"e. object by under the. i pR51::lIt mese atsa y that they ! 1"~ c:omposi .DI1 I .54 domain :r.ti Socrates. in entertained OpL Lotd Maea. so stanza. of up :! ma. Il!i IUbjeded o lBIB FDlJ'Dllm I!oou I I I -. or his own c thing that he cou by whom tb. seems to to po~ simiiar to cb for wi! us.~ob.. IHIIi_.nUesa.

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tt.DI1 . !!Ii. When [ the snan to my ived him 3.!1 dlstfn ..~ob. L~W OF t e pah::rter author. 6e~ and 1'1- g :.. :ske. . lOll get sltti~ ptrSCa.form ud eeler m time :It tbe j '7 steppjng to gitlal wen before.g f~m a...n_ 'III -.l1.the ma.58 T.H.l5itt« came.hic.

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::lll.i.~ob.lII1 I II .'hen en .hom the e Izm n FDlJ'Dllm I!oou I -.:111 III'bj t.l~1 the atkll1 upon obj y whHt has b tive senses CI Ut1lj its k.p~ntly prod the su bjecti 1u order 110t at on . bUshed '.nowl quired by obj 1 pUW1!~ of : e to its pc rfcc by ubjt:C1ivc erous : one rah :Colburn.

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. fc: \Ii y!!US try teacbi ng a calcula tar.tions wI!: disappotnuoen traming. A d.I'ERCBP'1"IO depend. II could add a e zm n FDlJ'Dllm OOU I • .ved no benefi he wu end such cases.=nt on b· in the: raLsiog d develop in school calcela- calc. On he portion to hi! ri.ula.

seemed Iy CQUld be re- ~ Kis capaa be aware of fa.:r.l]ing rain air. .is added the te values of it r snch powen be i. knOIWi that p t:ransitioD as at figu re in a .hc: rent of !Ii 0 bj ec:tive of the prinis the Degro DOt only blind tion in point objective iIl- • Almost heard.

lII1 I .~ob.human all other _fled The Jl the :faeu ty e zm nI FDlJ'Dllm I!oou I I -.

ehe u prom.I~e 't~ wi~ ami be never failed to u.1arl)' e t OR Sutlda)t!i t~y were tum~d i. and haviDg fiDi.i.t-t§t dught OT made to poerform any lAbo 1!l:1!n.a .hoJd li1 in the mottling at a crn:a.. wl::11 knowu to the Ole or a dog which ' it i£ time to .u:$. On n:.n of the hott9t.~ob. Thii fud rhe dog by :K. informatioll. departure I aDd never fail nee at ~ $(I1l'S hotlse.. take hi:!5.farge pl th~~ Sta.Ys ~il1 handled i but i( one was '[u~ion jt qou "fith the grea.lrilh M1ii 9i j esta acq of and other dome of empJoyme!lt.'!i raised iQ .a:y dinnet-hour 'fiiL'!i th~ FJ:IWe as 0:0 twO honf~ earlier Lhatl that adopt Ii ment.t!eman.dil.IlO1ifies o lBIB FDlJ'Dllm I!oou II I -. At preei k he n tifi~ the &mily th. Hi!.on timeRlre to be wd. write!" ---. Ar the h .h he or mt:de~ They we re in rising.Q maturitft one of the t P an -e!. the tegula1to.DI1 I . -own mea] :Seem'!i to be He At th. ~ or 'l!ta! OIlCe own~ . upon w](mt three miJ ~Il.ret o'clock he .gu lar work.n to rfit.&lDily of tllA!.blisbment .fi' in the .comed and ent-ert<Li On ~k~day!l the dinaer-heur a t e saOleI and cODseqn~. E~TJ' Sunday he e home dinlLer.Itl}' be an ~ meal an 1m)' to regular !IL:)IJ~ dog~ harses. It WiLti the habit of the e W. i&Dd gift! no ODe any peaee ~ntil b"ed..5 !.pritu..ta. had come !.r.iS red regularlyl iRl:l:l:lediateiy e ~~ :&om the table.

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74 has perished. g~it will imbibe all U: from i tOO e 1 I n FDlJ'Dllm I I I I!oou II . and th eil is lift ey~ that worJd \v ere a truth is t the 5Oul. unrram ell by the . prisons it and binds it earth J f truth* tlnlll1 peded by the boricus .the sllbj ti mind -functions.

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Witbout lowed o lBIB FDlJ'Dllm I!oou I I I I -.s. velope..:t amect1. wards.~ob. in dismal performe ~vu In 18 appoin a I magnetis ablest sci vestigati other thi that $Om that sadi the fiDge .Sbic~ and trust .hole ttl" &Bank Mr- L.DI1 . ofeud.

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and :sne ~Ilf'ril: titlej su governed by th clare that rica 1 audic:n eo SIlbjecr: .DI1 II .\sYCHIC PHENO~ ENA~ otism.t "on. of the tpeak~ by at~to e zm n FDlJ'Dllm I!oou I I -. and it potent as e one whic The ~ ilJD.~ob. the dttlar.

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mool an ThI!lU". tbt: <:aU!e th-e tn.:!cSi ~-- ooti!im 0' Theory- -M by the dis tant the of the Stlbj tevi. Tha.~on!:li !5l." -Tl.. the !mbj~ e zm DIJ'DIIm I!oou .cle iu. present da or Since th totheatt phetmllu~ aaee.l.

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rly in tbe study !!Oroehow ~J~ t cal. beings.i. He e Planerarum er. t foUows thai at e fie world alto it by the l III the ea.83 jgDon. e his cure!! with Ertificial y such rnearu. but aftet. in the and the G j C is apt to be aeurther en. a C&tholic e zm n FDlJ'Dllm II!oou I I I . be o the largest obtained by to eoatraonly an ap· o One fact it.nce~ in the hands they may be dogJnilJ which drove tio in the early h mself.

of a cOIlcbl a e force ean that this e zm n DIJ'DIIm I II OOU I .tIi tiODI witnOllt meaD!iI. animal magneti des the ll. :roceg.en ~W aWi1)~ .

:ppointedJ com- vestigatio b~ . y as if the orders . F u .tude: of aU ma.au5ed . majOJi ty of whom rism was brought still r a few. II ecafor it in that respect. and p . them to 0 spoken.a.85 i. by indubitable that pcROns could be by CODtac1.ce. shouJd Mesmer's theory of ) Si yes made a disctlvery that.u'R. They t. so fa:r revi\"ed the ln~ A£ade. r. Delenee. e was 11. their own d i::!ico'i~ n:her i.Stigatiou~ is into exile! followed by edical of Medic] ne. yaa. II would W3jons It which it directed to the deter- new invetltiga rion... ~ m and demo It metm-=rlsm. and the This was power of clail1'oyancl!l U W"ay1. posed of body. althongh e 1 II) FDlJ'Dllm I I II I!oou .~ d the lame to ~.til my!tticiBm in ditnly Ot5i and tbe drains of practice of M~srQer-."tlnd t once ~~~d from the That the.aas scieDtists m their c mittee pursued its ind its and scieD~ ed the investigatit:lD Y1~gm. j and nized the art by Iirst of gentle manip~. miDatloD firmed te5ts.~ a.

i!. it rests s of the as it may seem bk:h was. whi promnot witnes:s 'entist as bytbl a~ tism.nt and n pla~ Hence it folio that In meuts in the hi het pbemake due allo ance for the aature of esperi·b.nessed the eir reality~ this r. as against report aft~r fi~ ~.ility cf 51Jggesti b.a\'ing e possibilities of ggest10n ted.he in e zm n FDlJ'Dllm I!oouI . wit.56 the pes- of e1· be here ai.I"$ of laborious. conS to aD simply ive results.

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.. ODe it of doubt- 's book there fence.... His t the "Value of countrymen . hy~ logic would train in expre says tical.. e is \0 jumping im. . e magnetic. ticn.a......s e fou.. ~ and many ~xtended his gwhi.. without the ... Li~· ts and in t 866 ueh that .indepeD~ lnftuenclZ: con ble... b t does tell) in ced b e ypootic con cond i· .nde r of hypnct::ism.

c hose Derus icable on of Mesmer: deDt ofsug. tbe stibjec~ and will Oil is directed. ~ hypnoti. that it ind e pen. subtle: ftuid e zmIn FDlJ'Dllm III!oou . health en tal action phenol'llena tion. the result of es.~ is also the netic stale: phenomena ysicaJ.

forr.also noe Can be inTheir GODcluzm n FDlJ'Dllm I I!oou I bt ypnotic eondl- .edge f be su bject.1.91 obedience to ese effect c best be prot that the c be produced owJ.o~ constltutes e.1 is c. and to the crcd it of psychologic.oustantly .a+ They . which~ when r propoadtion ofhypa mena n in some.

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e chalk e hen III .95 i animals b l)im:scl! in C:telmak~:!I llOUtlCW m~-C" state. H authors in anihypnotic: ·des the 'IN ttll tht!! entiened. were un.. piltC:nt ex e zm n FDlJ'Dllm I!oou I I I .~ theory that . In his elusion.nni.a. with thtU.

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