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Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism - Page 86
by William Crookes - 1874 - 112 pages
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1874
...recalling the details of what I witnessed there is an antagonism in my mind between reason which pronounces it to be scientifically impossible, and the consciousness...witnesses when they testify against my preconceptions." The supposition that a sort of simultaneous mania or delusion attacks a whole roomful of witnesses...
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The Clock Struck Three: Being a Review of Clock Struck One, and ..., Part 2

Samuel Watson - Bible and spiritualism - 1874 - 352 pages
...the details of what I witnessed, there is an antagonism in my mind between reason, which pronounces it to be scientifically impossible, and the consciousness that my senses, both of touch and sight — and those corroborated, as they were, by the senses of all who were present — are not lying witnesses...
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The Clock Struck Three: Being a Review of Clock Struck One, and ..., Part 2

Samuel Watson - Bible and spiritualism - 1874 - 352 pages
...the details of what I witnessed, there is an antagonism in my mind between reason, which pronounces it to be scientifically impossible, and the consciousness that my senses, both of touch and sight—and those corroborated, as they were, by the senses of all who were present—are not lying...
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Glimpses of the supernatural: Being facts, record and traditions ..., Volume 2

Frederick George Lee - Spiritualism - 1875
...the details of what I witnessed, there is an antagonism in my mind between reason, which pronounces it to be scientifically impossible, and the consciousness that my senses, both of touch and sight—and these corroborated, as they were, by the senses of all who were present—are not lying...
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Glimpses in the twilight: notes, records and examples of the supernatural

Frederick George Lee - History - 1885 - 456 pages
...the details of what I witnessed, there is an antagonism in my mind between reason, which pronounces it to be scientifically impossible, and the consciousness that my senses, both of touch and sight—and these corroborated, as they were, by the senses of all who were present—are not lying...
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D. D. Home: His Life and Mission

Mrs. Daniel Dunglas Home - Spiritualism - 1888 - 428 pages
...the details of what I witnessed, there is an antagonism in my mind between reason, which pronounces it to be scientifically impossible, and the consciousness...witnesses when they testify against my preconceptions." Lying witnesses, however, some of the scientific brethren of Mr. Crookes insisted them to have been....
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Researches Into the Phenomena of Modern Spiritualism

William Crookes - Parapsychology - 1904 - 80 pages
...the details of what I witnessed, there is an antagonism in my mind between reason, which pronounces it to be scientifically impossible, and the consciousness...both of touch and sight — and these corroborated — are not lying witnesses when they testify against my preconceptions. But the supposition that there...
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The proofs of life after death: a collation of opinions as to future life

Robert John Thompson - Future life - 1906 - 365 pages
...pronounces it to be scientifically impossible, and the consciousness, both of sense and sight,—and these corroborated, as they were, by the senses of all who were present,—are not lying witnesses when they testify against my preconceptions. But the supposition...
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Are the Dead Alive?: The Problem of Physical Rsearch that the World's ...

Fremont Rider - Spiritualism - 1909 - 372 pages
...the details of what I witnessed, there is an antagonism in my mind between reason, which pronounces it to be scientifically impossible, and the consciousness...witnesses when they testify against my preconceptions." With these few words of introduction, Sir William proceeds to classify simply and relate with the utmost...
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Psychic Phenomena, Science and Immortality: Being a Further Excursion Into ...

Henry Frank - Immortality - 1911 - 556 pages
...the details of what I witnessed, there is an antagonism in my mind between reason, which pronounces it to be scientifically impossible, and the consciousness...witnesses when they testify against my preconceptions." It is into this realm of modern scientific investigation we now propose to enter in order to learn...
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