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Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism - Page 26
by William Crookes - 1874 - 112 pages
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Isis Unveiled: Science

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - Occultism and science - 1877
...have discovered one of the greatest forces in nature " He then proceeds : " It was taken for granted that the results of my experiments would be in accordance...desired was not the truth, but an additional witness in favor of their own foregone conclusions. When they found the facts which that investigation established...
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Isis Unveiled: Science

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - Occultism and science - 1877
...have discovered one of the greatest forces in nature " He then proceeds : " It was taken for granted that the results of my experiments would be in accordance...desired was not the truth, but an additional witness in favor of their own foregone conclusions. When they found the facts which that investigation established...
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Transcendental Physics: An Account of Experimental Investigations from the ...

Johann Karl Friedrich Zöllner - Fourth dimension - 1881 - 218 pages
...clear-headed men of recognized position in science; ' a fourth asserted that ' no one could doubt Mr. Crookes' ability to conduct the investigation with rigid philosophical...desired was not the truth, but an additional witness in favor of their own foregone conclusion. When they found that the facts which that investigation established...
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D. D. Home: His Life and Mission

Mrs. Daniel Dunglas Home - Spiritualism - 1888 - 428 pages
...philosophical impartiality ; " and the proclamation of a fourth to its readers ran in these words : <; If men like Mr. Crookes grapple with the subject,...is proved, we shall soon know how much to believe." The history of Balaam often repeats itself; but the world of our days is not so clear-sighted as the...
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Transcendental Physics: An Account of Experimental Investigations from the ...

Johann Karl Friedrich Z̈llner - Spiritualism - 1901 - 217 pages
...rigid philo" iphical impartiality; ' and a fifth was good enough to tell its readers that ' if meu like Mr. Crookes grapple with the subject, taking...desired was not the truth, but an additional witness in favor of their own foregone conclusion. When they found that the facts which that investigation established...
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Psychic Research and Gospel Miracles: A Study of the Evidences of the Gospel ...

Edward Macomb Duff, Thomas Gilchrist Allen - Bible and spiritualism - 1902 - 396 pages
...philosophical impartiality ' ; and a fifth was good enough to tell his readers that ' if men like Mr. Orookes grapple with the subject, taking nothing for granted...soon know how much to believe.' " These remarks," observes Mr. Crookes, " were written too hastily. It was taken for granted by the writers that the...
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Researches Into the Phenomena of Modern Spiritualism

William Crookes - Parapsychology - 1904 - 80 pages
...the investigation with rigid philosophical impartiality" ; and a fifth was good enough to tell his readers that "if men like Mr. Crookes grapple with...of my experiments would be in accordance with their preconception. What they really desired was not the truth, but an additional witness in favor of their...
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Mysterious Psychic Forces: An Account of the Author's Investigations in ...

Camille Flammarion - Parapsychology - 1907 - 466 pages
...Publishing House, 1897. matter is now receiving the attention of cool and clear-headed men of recognized position in science " ; a fourth asserted that " no...desired was not the truth, but an additional witness in favor of their own foregone conclusion. When they found that the facts which that investigation established...
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Mysterious Psychic Forces: An Account of the Author's Investigations in ...

Camille Flammarion - Parapsychology - 1907 - 466 pages
...to learn that the matter is now receiving the attention of cool and clear-headed men of recognized position in science " ; a fourth asserted that " no...desired was not the truth, but an additional witness in favor of their own foregone conclusion. When they found that the facts which that investigation established...
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Mysterious Psychic Forces: An Account of the Author's Investigations in ...

Camille Flammarion - Parapsychology - 1907 - 466 pages
...men of recognized position in science " ; a fourth asserted that " no one could doubt Mr. Crookes'a ability to conduct the investigation with rigid philosophical...desired was not the truth, but an additional witness in favor of their own foregone conclusion. When they found that the facts which that investigation established...
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