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The Physical phenomena of spiritualism, fraudulent and genuine - Page 401
by Hereward Carrington - 1907 - 426 pages
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Studies in Psychical Research

Frank Podmore - Parapsychology - 1897 - 458 pages
...hand so as to almost completely enclose it, and then blew into the small furnace thus extemporised until the lump of charcoal was nearly white-hot, and...front, and said : 'Is not God good? Are not His laws wonderful?'"2 The second account is taken from a contemporaneous letter written by Mr. Crookes to Mrs....
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Borderland: A Quarterly Review and Index, Volume 4

William Thomas Stead - Parapsychology - 1897
...hand so as to almost completely enclose it, and then blew into the small furnace thus extemporised until the lump of charcoal was nearly white-hot, and...up the coal in front and said : " Is not God good ? Arc not His laws wonderful ' '' Going again to the fire, he took out another hot coal with his...
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Modern Spiritualism: A History and a Criticism, Volume 1

Frank Podmore - Spiritualism - 1902
...hand, so as to almost completely enclose it, and then blew into the small furnace thus extemporised until the lump of charcoal was nearly white-hot, and...front, and said, ' Is not God good ? Are not His laws wonderful?'"2 Amongst the other persons who have left on record their testimony to this manifestation...
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Modern Spiritualism, a History and a Criticism, Volume 2

Frank Podmore - Spiritualism - 1902
...hand, so as to almost completely enclose it, and then blew into the small furnace thus extemporised until the lump of charcoal was nearly white-hot, and...then drew my attention to the lambent flame which was nickering over the coal and licking round his fingers ; he fell on his knees, looked up in a reverent...
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Psychology and common life: a survey of the present results of psychical ...

Frank Sargent Hoffman - Mind and body - 1903 - 286 pages
...it on his right hand so as to almost completely enclose it, blew into the furnace thus extemporised until the lump of charcoal was nearly white-hot, and...flickering over the coal and licking round his fingers. ' ' {Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, December, 1889, p. 103.) Similar phenomena...
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Catholic World, Volume 85

1907
...performance was given at this sitting by Mr. Home. He went to the fire and, after stirring the hot coal about with his hand, took out a red-hot piece nearly...flickering over the coal, and licking round his fingers. He had previously laid a similar coal on a fine cambric handkerchief, folded. Only a small hole, about...
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Are the Dead Alive?: The Problem of Physical [!] Research that the World's ...

Fremont Rider - Parapsychology - 1909 - 372 pages
...heat incident, throwing as it also does a sidelight upon Home's own character, is most interesting. "Mr. Home again went to the fire, and, after stirring...attention to the lambent flame which was flickering over 'Carrington: Physical Phenomena of Spiritualism, p. 395. 'Quoted in the Report of the Committee on...
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The Question: "If a Man Die, Shall He Live Again?": Job XIV 14. A Brief ...

Edward Clodd - Spiritualism - 1918 - 313 pages
...hand." Then " he blew the small furnace thus extemporised till the lump was nearly at white heat, and drew my attention to the lambent flame which was flickering...knees, looked up in a reverent manner, held up the coal and said: 'Is not God good? Are not His laws wonderful?'" 1 Matthew vi. 27. A presumably less qualified...
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Studies in Sacred Theology, Issue 11

1918
...furnace thus extemporized until the lump of charcoal was nearly white-hot, and then drew Sir William's attention to the lambent flame which was flickering over the coal and licking round his fingers." 3 Lord Lindsay during seances with Home eight times held a red-hot coal in his hand without injury,...
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