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" Speaking with tongues," ie, automatic utterance of words not belonging to any real language. Hallucination. Any sensory perception which has no objective counterpart within the field of vision, hearing, etc., is termed a hallucination. "
Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death - Page xiv
by Frederic William Henry Myers - 1906 - 470 pages
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Human personality and its survival of bodily death

Frederic William Henry Myers - Immortality - 1907 - 470 pages
...different forms in the same person. Discarnate. Disembodied, opposed to incarnate. Disintegration oj Personality. Used of any condition where the sense...in the bodily changes effected by self-suggestion. Hyperasthesia. Unusual acuteness of the senses. Hypermnesia. "Over-activity of the memory;...
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The verdict: --?: A study of the probable origin of certain physic phenomena ...

Tertium Quid ([pseud.]) - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1920 - 302 pages
...directly and not through the vocal organs of a medium. D'mcarnate*. Disembodied opposed to Incarnate. Hallucination*. Any sensory perception which has no...counterpart within the field of vision, hearing etc., is called a hallucination. Hypnosis. The condition of a subject under the influence of Hypnotic Control...
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