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" I saw his hands disappear from the table, and his head vanish into the deep shadow beyond. In a moment or two more he spoke again. This time his voice was in the air above our heads. He had risen from his chair to a height of four or five feet from the... "
The Newer Spiritualism - Page 63
by Frank Podmore - 1911 - 320 pages
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 97

Literary Criticism - 1865
...the ground. As he ascended higher he described his position as at first perpendicular, and afterwards horizontal. He said he felt as if he had been turned...turned in the arms of a nurse. In a moment or two he told us that he was going to pass across the window, against the grey silvery light of which he...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 2

George Smith - 1860
...position, which at first was perpendicular, and afterwards became horizontal. He said he felt as ii he had been turned in the gentlest manner, as a child...he was going to pass across the window, against the gray, silvery light of which he would be visible. We watched in profound stillness, and saw hia figure...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 2

George Smith - 1860
...position, which at first was perpendicular, and afterwards became horizontal. He said he felt as ii he had been turned in the gentlest manner, as a child...he was going to pass across the window, against the gray, silvery light of which he would be visible. We watched in profound stillness, and saw hia figure...
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The Spiritual Magazine

Spiritualism - 1860
...As he ascended higher ke I scribed his position, which at first was perpendicular, and afterwards 1 horizontal. He said he felt as if he had been turned in the gentlest mn a child is turned in the arms of a nurse. In a moment or two more, he 1 that he was going to pass...
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The natural and supernatural; or Man physical, apparitional, and spiritual

John Jones (of Peckham.) - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1861
...air above our heads. He had risen from his chair to a height of four or five feet from the grouffd. As he ascended higher he described his position, which...he was going to pass across the window, against the gray silvery light of which he would be visible. We watched in profound stillness, and saw his figure...
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Incidents in My Life

Daniel Dunglas Home - Mediums - 1863 - 315 pages
...ground. As he ascended higher he described his position, as at first perpendicular, and afterwards horizontal. He said he felt as if he had been turned...he was going to pass across the window, against the gray, silvery light of which he would be visible. We watched in profound stillness, and saw his figure...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 97

1865
...the ground. As he ascended higher he described his position as at first perpendicular, and afterwards horizontal. He said he felt as if he had been turned...turned in the arms of a nurse. In a moment or two he told us that he was going to pass across the window, against the . grey silvery light of which he...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 97

1865
...the ground. As he ascended higher he described his position as at first perpendicular, and afterwards horizontal. He said he felt as if he had been turned...turned in the arms of a nurse. In a moment or two he told us that he was going to pass across the window, against the grey silvery light of which he...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

England - 1865
...he described his position as at first perpendicular, and afterwards horizontal. He said he felt ns if he had been turned in the gentlest manner, as a...turned in the arms of a nurse. In a moment or two lie told us that he wns going to pase across the window, »gainst the grey silvery light of which he...
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PLANCHETTE; OR, THE DESPAIR OF SCIENCE

1869
...awakened; but we talked, incoherently enough, upon some indifferent topic. I was sitting nearly opposite to Mr. Home ; and I saw his hands disappear from the...he was going to pass across the window, against the gray, silvery Hght of which he would be visible. We watched in profound stillness, and saw his figure...
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