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" The only difference between the cases of possession mentioned in the Bible and those observed in Japan is that it is almost exclusively women that are attacked, mostly women of the lower classes. Among the predisposing conditions may be mentioned a weak... "
Japan today - Page 193
by James Augustin Brown Scherer - 1904 - 323 pages
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Demon Possession and Allied Themes: Being an Inductive Study of Phenomena of ...

John Livingston Nevius - China - 1894 - 482 pages
...difference between the cases of possession mentioned in the Bible and those observed in Japan is that it is almost exclusively women that are attacked,...already and believe in the reality of its existence. "To mention one among several cases. I was once called in to a girl with typhoid fever. She recovered;...
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Mountaineering and exploration in the Japanese Alps

Walter Weston - Japan - 1896 - 346 pages
...RATIONALE OF POSSESSION. 3' 3 altogether different from that which is natural to the individual. ... It is almost exclusively women that are attacked —...debilitating diseases as, for instance, typhoid fever. The explanation of the disorder is not so far to seek as might be supposed. ' Possession ' is evidently...
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Things Japanese: being notes on various subjects connected with Japan for ...

Basil Hall Chamberlain - Japan - 1908 - 552 pages
...flesh, the fox lives a life of his own, apart from the proper self of the person who is harbouring him. There thus results a sort of double entity or...in such subjects as have heard of it already, and l«lieve in the reality of its existence. " The explanation of the disorder is not so far to seek as...
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The psychological phenomena of Christianity

George Barton Cutten - Christianity - 1908 - 497 pages
...Ksquirol, Mental Maladies, pp. 235-252. sively women that are attacked, mostly women of the lower class. Among the predisposing conditions may be mentioned...already and believe in the reality of its existence." l In conclusion I feel like reiterating the words of one writer concerning the oriental cases. He said,...
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The psychological phenomena of Christianity

George Barton Cutten - Christianity - 1908 - 497 pages
...Esquirol, Mental Maladies, pp. 235-252. sively women that are attacked, mostly women of the lower class. Among the predisposing conditions may be mentioned...heard of it already and believe in the reality of its existence."1 In conclusion I feel like reiterating the words of one writer concerning the oriental...
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The Psychological Phenomena of Christianity

George Barton Cutten - Christianity - 1908 - 497 pages
...difference between the cases of possession mentioned in the Bible and those observed in Japan is that it is almost exclusively women that are attacked, mostly women of the lower class. Among the predisposing conditions may be mentioned a weak intellect, a superstitious turn of...
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