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Psychology and common life: a survey of the present results of psychical ... - Page 34
by Frank Sargent Hoffman - 1903 - 286 pages
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The Century, Volume 38

1889
...iron ribs. They watched its struggles with sickening dread but there was no animal there. " It was a tattered piece of blind, so torn as to resemble,...fancy, the body, arms, and legs of an ape ! " When Brigham Young asserted that he saw the angel of the Lord from Ensign Point, making signs that that...
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American Church Review, Volumes 37-38

1882
...It need not be said that ita struggles were watched by those below with breathless suspense, and, aa the newspapers informed us, ' with sickening dread.'...eye of fancy the body, arms, and legs of an ape." * The author does not expressly state that he alleges this trivial incident as parallel to the connected...
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Illustrations of the influence of the mind upon the body in health and disease

Daniel Hack Tuke - Mind and body - 1873 - 415 pages
...below with breathless suspense, and, a:ie newspapers informed us, "with sickening dread." But there no animal whatever there, and all this feeling was...eye of fancy, the body, arms, and legs of an ape! In the following ease within my own knowledge the visual illusion was dearly excited by the idea being,...
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Principles of Mental Physiology: With Their Applications to the Training and ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - Mind and body - 1874 - 737 pages
...those below with breathless suspense, and, as the newspapers informed us, ' with sickening droad.' But there was no animal whatever there ; and all this feeling was thrown away upon .1 tattered piece of blind, so torn as to resemble, to the eye of fancy, the body, arms, and legs of...
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Supernatural Religion: An Inquiry Into the Reality of Divine ..., Volume 3

Walter Richard Cassels - Bible - 1877
...ribs. It need not be said that its struggles were watched by those below with breathless suspense, and as the newspapers informed us ' with sickening dread.'...the eye of fancy, the body, arms, and legs of an ape ! ' (Op. cit., p. 44.) Another example of a like influence affecting several individuals simultaneously...
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Supernatural religion [by W.R. Cassels].

Walter Richard Cassels - 1877
...ribs. It need not be said that its struggles were watched by those below with breathless suspense, and as the newspapers informed us ' with sickening dread.'...the eye of fancy, the body, arms, and legs of an ape ! ' (Op. cit., p. 44.) Another example of a like influence affecting several individuals simultaneously...
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Supernatural Religion: The Acts of the apostles. The direct evidence for ...

Walter Richard Cassels - Bible - 1877
...ribs. It need not be said that its struggles were watched by those below with breathless suspense, and as the newspapers informed us ' with sickening dread.'...feeling was thrown away upon a tattered piece of blind, BO torn as to resemble to the eye of fancy, the body, arms, and legs of an ape ! ' (Op. cit., p. 44.)...
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Supernatural Religion: An Inquiry Into the Reality of Divine ..., Volume 3

Walter Richard Cassels - Bible - 1877
...ribs. It need not be said that its struggles were watched by those below with breathless suspense, and as the newspapers informed us ' with sickening dread/ But there was no animal whatever there ; and all tl. i. l'eeling was thrown away upon a tattered piece of W BO torn as to resemble to the eye of fancy,...
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Visions: A Study of False Sight (pseudopia.)

Edward Hammond Clarke - Hallucinations and illusions - 1878 - 315 pages
...ribs. It need not be said that its struggles were watched by those below with breathless suspense, and, as the newspapers informed us, " with sickening dread."...eye of fancy, the body, arms, and legs of an ape." 1 It is worthy of notice, that in this case and the preceding one, the pseudopia was distinct by daylight,...
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