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" Phantasms of the Living," which has been reissued in abridged form.1 Suffice it to say that the committee expressed its considered opinion that "between deaths and apparitions of the dying person a connection exists which is not due to chance alone. "
Human personality and its survival of bodily death - Page 193
by Frederic William Henry Myers - 1907 - 470 pages
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The Review of Reviews, Volume 10

William Thomas Stead - World politics - 1894
...that the census established beyond all doubt the fact that between the' "deaths and apparitions of a dying person, a connection exists which is not due to chance alone." In this guarded formula they express their conviction that it is possible for a person at the moment...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 47

Science - 1895
...after rigid requirements have been satisfied there remain enough facts to satisfy the committee that " between deaths and apparitions of the dying person...connection exists which is not due to chance alone." Some other remarkable cases seem to indicate action on the part of the dead, but the committee does...
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Practical Idealism

William De Witt Hyde - Idealism - 1897 - 335 pages
...committee, of which Professor Henry Sidgwick was chairman, expressed their unanimous conviction in these words, " Between deaths and apparitions of the dying...connection exists which is not due to chance alone. This we hold as a proved fact." Many other alleged facts point to telepathy as a vera causa. These...
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Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death, Volume 1

Frederic William Henry Myers - Personality - 1903 - 1360 pages
...for a thorough discussion of the arguments for and against chance -coincidence (summarised in 612 A). The conclusion to which the Committee unanimously...different results, could this conclusion be overthrown. v { 643. In forming this conclusion, apparitions at death are of course selected, because, death being...
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Human personality and its survival of bodily death, Volume 1

Frederic William Henry Myers, Richard Hodgson, Alice Johnson - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1903
...for a thorough discussion of the arguments for and against chance-coincidence (summarised in 612 A). The conclusion to which the Committee unanimously...connection exists which is not due to chance alone." \Ve have a right, I think, to say that only by another census of hallucinations, equally careful, more...
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Fragments of Prose & Poetry

Frederic William Henry Myers - Authors, English - 1904 - 210 pages
...hallucinations over which he presided, and which fills the tenth volume of our Proceedings (Vol. X., p. 394). "Between deaths and apparitions of the dying person...connection exists which is not due to chance alone. This we hold as a proved fact. The discussion of its full implications cannot be attempted in this...
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The Encyclopedia Americana, Volume 13

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1904
...unknown to the percipient at the time." The committee in charge of the census draws the conclusion that "between deaths and apparitions of the dying person...connection exists which is not due to chance alone." In the last few years, the Society has devoted much attention to the study of trance states as produced...
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Science and a future life

James Hervey Hyslop - Future life - 1905 - 372 pages
...conclusion the committee announced its conviction in the following language, which it italicised : " Between deaths and apparitions of the dying person a connection exists which is not due to chance. This we hold as a proved fact." Farther than this the committee would not go, and it certainly was...
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Appleton's Magazine, Volume 9

Literary Criticism - 1907
...margin of difference that the committee felt justified in declaring: "Between deaths and the apparition of the dying person a connection exists which is not due to chance." There remains to be mentioned the evidence derivable from those automatisms of hand and tongue in which...
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The Riddle of Personality

H.Addington Bruce - 1908
...margin of difference the committee felt justified in declaring: "Between deaths and the apparition of the dying person a connection exists which is not due to chance." What, then, is the connection ? To quote from FWH Myers's explanatory comment on the report: "The explanation...
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