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" European folk-lore." 2 Indeed, there is hardly a phenomenon that is so frequently recorded as is this phenomenon of levitation. And, " when we find savage biraarks in Australia, fakirs in India, saints in mediaeval Europe, a gentleman's butler in Ireland,... "
The Physical Phenomena of Spiritualism, Fraudulent and Genuine: Being a ... - Page 381
by Hereward Carrington - 1907 - 426 pages
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 64

Literature - 1893
...effigy hurts the person whose effigy is burned or pricked. All this is perfectly intelligible. But, when we find savage " biraarks " in Australia, fakirs...a gentleman's butler in Ireland, boys in Somerset find Midlothian, a young warrior in Zululand, Miss Nancy Wesley at Epvvorth in 1716, and Mr. Daniel...
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Cock Lane and Common Sense

Andrew Lang - Parapsychology - 1894 - 357 pages
...effigy is burned or pricked. All this is perfectly intelligible. But, when we find savage ' birraarks ' in Australia, fakirs in India, saints in mediaeval...are we to explain the uniformity of stories palpably ridiculous ? The evidence, it must be observed, is not merely that of savages, or of persons as uneducated...
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The Victorian Supernatural

Nicola Bown, Carolyn Burdett, Pamela Thurschwell - Literary Collections - 2004 - 305 pages
...the 'London suburb'.64 Listing 'savage "birraarks" in Australia, fakirs in India, saints in medieval Europe, a gentleman's butler in Ireland, boys in Somerset...1716, and Mr Daniel Home in London in 185670', Lang worried about how 'to explain the uniformity of stories palpably ridiculous'.65 Most anthropologists...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 58; Volume 121

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1893
...effigy hurls the person whose effigy is burned or pricked. All this is peifectly intelligible. But, when we find savage " biraarks" in Australia, fakirs...are we to explain the uniformity of stories palpably ridiculous ? The evidence, it must be observed, is not merely that of savages, or of persons as uneducated...
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