Phantasms of the Living Abridged Edition by Eleanor M. Sidgwick, Edmund Gurney, Frederic W. Myers, Frank

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And, secondly, it will be needful to indicate the precise position which the the theme of this book occupies in the field of our investigations reason why we have isolated these special phenomena in a separate group, and have selected them for discussion at this early stage of the ; ; Society's labours. reader of the A programme of the Society will probably feel that although the special topics to which attention is there invited may be unfamiliar, yet its general plea is such as he has often noted in the history " of science before.

And yet again, on this theory of independent affection of several persons, there seems no special reason why they should be in one another's company at the time, since the agent may presumably exercise his influence nevertheless, cases where the percipients have been equally in any direction 468-469 apart are, in fact, extremely rare A few examples of the sort are given but in several even of these, the percipients, though not together, were very near one another, and had been to ; ; ; ....... ; some extent sharing the same life 469-473 that one percipient 3.

Two views (which will (i) that subsequently prove capable of amalgamation) present themselves : SYNOPSIS xxriii A, at a distance, produces simultaneous telepathic impressions on the minds of B and C, who happen to be together (2) that B's impression, however originated, the hallucination itself being, passes on to C by a process of thought-transference ......... ; so to speak, infectious 467-468 For our review 2. The first of these hypotheses presents great difficulties. of telepathic hallucinations, so far, has shown that they may take very various forms, and may be projected at various intervals of time (within a range of a few hours) from the crisis or event to which we trace them so that, supposing several persons to have been the joint recipients of a telepathic impression, it seems most improbable that they should independently invest it at the same moment with the same sensory form.

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