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" ... might well result from direct telepathy between them. What we get is a fragmentary utterance in one script, which seems to have no particular point or meaning, and another fragmentary utterance in the other, of an equally pointless character ; but... "
The Foundations of Spiritualism,: By W. Whately Smith - Page 43
by Whately Carington - 1920 - 123 pages
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The Survival of Man: A Study in Unrecognized Human Faculty

Sir Oliver Lodge - Parapsychology - 1909 - 361 pages
...he was present and wished she could see him, and that a test was being given for her at Cambridge. I became convinced through the study of these cases...that there is apparently one coherent idea underlying botb^ but only partially expressed in each. It occurred to me, then, that by this method, if by any,...
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Studies in spiritism

Amy Eliza Tanner - Parapsychology - 1910 - 408 pages
...get in the writing of one automatist anything like a verbal reproduction of phrases in the others: we do not even get the same idea expressed in different...we put the two together we see that they supplement each other, and that there is apparently one coherent idea underlying both but only partially expressed...
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Experiments in Psychical Research at Leland Stanford Junior University, Volume 1

John Edgar Coover - Parapsychology - 1917 - 641 pages
...painstaking study and search (cross-correspondences, complementary). Miss Johnson describes this phenomenon: What we get is a fragmentary utterance in one script,...underlying both, but only partially expressed in each. ... It is ... difficult to suppose that the telepathic perception of one fragment could lead to the...
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Psychical Research for the Plain Man

S. M. Kingsford - 1996 - 271 pages
...mechanical verbatim reproduction of phrases in the other ; we do not even get the same idea expressed different ways, — as might well result from direct...underlying both, but only partially expressed in each. " It occurred to me then, that by this method, if by any, it might be possible to obtain evidence more...
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The History of Spiritualism, Volume 2

Arthur Conan Doyle - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2007 - 352 pages
...reproduction of phrases in the other. We do not even get the same idea expressed in different ways—as might well result from direct telepathy between them....underlying both, but only partially expressed in each. She says 10 —what is by no means the fact, because hundreds of cases to the contrary can be cited—that:...
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Imagining Joyce and Derrida: Between Finnegans Wake and Glas

Peter Mahon - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 405 pages
...reproduction of phrases in the other; we do not even get the same idea expressed in different ways, - as might result from direct telepathy between them. What we...together, we see that they supplement one another, and there is one coherent idea underlying both, but only partially expressed in each. (S&M 155) I have...
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Experiments in Psychical Research: Psychical Research Monographs

Experiments in Psychical Research
...painstaking study and search (cross-correspondences, complementary). Miss Johnson describes this phenomenon: What we get is a fragmentary utterance in one script,...underlying both, but only partially expressed in each. ... It is ... difficult to suppose that the telepathic perception of one fragment could lead to the...
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