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" I placed him on a stool without saying a word to him, and entranced him in ten minutes without touching him. This man became so susceptible that, by making him the object of my attention, I could entrance him in whatever occupation he was engaged, and... "
Hypnotism and Suggestion in Therapeutics, Education, and Reform - Page 230
by Rufus Osgood Mason - 1901 - 344 pages
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Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research

Parapsychology - 1885
...consider. Our first instance shall be from Esdaile (Natural and Mesmeric Clairvogance, pp. 227-8.) I had been looking for a blind man upon whom to test...influence the blind man was made by gazing at him silently over a wall, while ho was engaged in the act of eating his solitary dinner, at a distance...
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Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research

Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research,VOL.III (containing parts VIII and IX) 1885 - 1885
...consider. Our first instance shall be from Esdaile (Natural and Mesmeric Clairvoyance, pp. 227-8.) I had been looking for a blind man upon whom to test...influence the blind man was made by gazing at him silently over a wall, while he was engaged in the act of eating his solitary dinner, at a distance...
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Cleveland Medical Gazette, Volume 9

Albert Rufus Baker, Samuel Walter Kelley - Medicine - 1893
...hypnotism, as well as adepts in the art of hypnotizing. Esdaile says (Psychical Society Reparts for 1885) : "I had been looking for a blind man upon whom to test...influence the blind man was made by gazing at him silently over a wall, while he was eating his solitary dinner, at a distance of twenty yards. He gradually...
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Cleveland Medical Gazette, Volume 9

Albert Rufus Baker, Samuel Walter Kelley - Medicine - 1893
...at last presented himself. I placed him on a stool without saying a word to him and entranced him iu ten minutes without touching him. This man became...making him the object of my attention I could entrance aim in whatever occupation he was engaged, and at any distance within the hospital enclosure. My first...
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