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Researches Into the Phenomena of Modern Spiritualism - Page 5
by William Crookes - 1904 - 80 pages
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Quarterly Journal of Science, and Annals of Mining, Metallurgy ..., Volume 8

Science - 1871
...Force, and who have been termed "mediums" upon quite another theory of its origin, Mr. Daniel Dunglas Home is the most remarkable, and it is mainly owing...to our imperfect knowledge of the conditions which favour or oppose the manifestations of this force, to the apparently capricious manner in which it...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 8

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1871
...Force, and who have been termed " mediums" upon quite another theory of its origin, Mr. Daniel Dunglas Home is the most remarkable, and it is mainly owing...to our imperfect knowledge of the conditions which favour or oppose the manifestations of this force, to the apparently capricious manner in which it...
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The Spiritual Magazine, Volume 6

Spiritualism - 1871
...Force, and who have been termed " mediums" upon quite another theory of its origin, Mr. Daniel Dunglass Home is the most remarkable, and it is mainly owing...opportunities I have had of carrying on my investigation m his presence that I am enabled to affirm so conclusively the existence of this force. The experiments...
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The Medical Times and Gazette, Volume 2

Medical - 1871
...mainly owing (says Mr. Crookes) to the many opportunities I havehad of carrying on my investigations in his presence that I am, enabled to affirm so conclusively the existence of this force." Having upon some half-dozen occasions witnessed the remarkable phenomena which occur under Mr. Home's...
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Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism

William Crookes - Parapsychology - 1874 - 112 pages
...Force, and who have been termed " mediums " upon quite another theory of its origin, Mr. Daniel Dunglas Home is the most remarkable, and it is mainly owing...to our imperfect knowledge of the conditions which favour or oppose the manifestations of this force, to the apparently capricious manner in which it...
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Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism

William Crookes - Parapsychology - 1874 - 112 pages
...remarkable, and it is mainly owing to * See Quarterly Journal of Science, vol. vii., p. 316, July, 1870. the many opportunities I have had of carrying on my...to our imperfect knowledge of the conditions which favour or oppose the manifestations of this force, to the apparently capricious manner in which it...
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D. D. Home: His Life and Mission

Mrs. Daniel Dunglas Home - Spiritualism - 1888 - 428 pages
... " Of all persons endowed with a powerful development of this Psychic Force, Mr. Daniel Dunglas Home is the most remarkable, and it is mainly owing...affirm so conclusively the existence of this Force. ... " It is a well-ascertained fact that when the force is weak a bright light exerts an interfering...
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Hours with the Ghosts: Or, Nineteenth Century Witchcraft. Illustrated ...

Henry Ridgely Evans - Spiritualism - 1897 - 302 pages
...Force, and who have been termed 'mediums' upon quite another theory of its origin, Mr. Daniel Dunglas Home is the most remarkable, and it is mainly owing...the many opportunities I have had of carrying on my investigations in his presence that I am enabled to affirm so conclusively the existence of this force."...
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Modern Spiritualism: A History and a Criticism, Volume 1

Frank Podmore - Spiritualism - 1902
...trials with various modifications of the apparatus and many failures ; in Mr. Crookes' own words, " the experiments I have tried have been very numerous,...to our imperfect knowledge of the conditions which favour or oppose the manifestations of this force, to the apparently capricious manner in which it...
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Studies in Sacred Theology, Issue 11

1918
...to operate until the conditions were to his liking. This is confirmed by Sir William's statement:4 "The experiments I have tried have been very numerous,...to the apparently capricious manner in which it is ex1 "The Neicer Spiritualism," p. 51. 2 "Researches, etc.," p. 11. 3Op. cit., pp. fi2-53. 4 "Researches,...
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