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" The idea that universal space is peopled by beings who are in perpetual contact with us, and who communicate to us their ideas, is certainly not more repugnant to reason than the hypothesis of a universal radiation, coming from every point of the universe,... "
The Spirits' Book - Page 54
2005 - 431 pages
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The Hidden Way Across the Threshold: Or, The Mystery which Hath Been Hidden ...

J. C. Street - Spiritualism - 1887 - 598 pages
...beings who are in perpetual contact with us, and who communicate their ideas to us, is certainly no more repugnant to reason than the hypothesis of a...point of the universe and converging in the brain of an individual to the exclusion of all others. By observation one sees that the Somnambulic theory and...
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The Hidden Way Across the Threshold: Or, The Mystery which Hath Been Hidden ...

J. C. Street - Metaphysics - 1887 - 598 pages
...beings who are in perpetual contact with us, and who communicate their ideas to us, is certainly no more repugnant to reason than the hypothesis of a...point of the universe and converging in the brain of an individual to the exclusion of all others. By observation one sees that the Somnambulic theory and...
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The hidden way across the threshold: or, The mystery which hath been hidden ...

J. C. Street - Occultism - 1889 - 598 pages
...us, is certainly no more repugnant to reason than the hypothesis of a universal radiation, coining from every point of the universe and converging in the brain of an individual to the exclusion of all others. By observation one sees that the Somnambulic theory and...
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The Sacred Book of Death, Hindu Spiritism, Soul Transition and Soul ...

Occultism - 1905 - 400 pages
...explanation than that given by spirit control; for it assumes the action of a cause very much more marvelous. The idea that universal space is peopled by beings...single individual, to the exclusion of all the others. I repeat (and this is a point of such importance that I cannot insist too strongly upon it), that the...
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