How to Speak With the Dead: A Practical Handbook 1918

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 156 pages
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The author discusses a general outline of the scientific facts and arguments on which the certainties of survival and communication are based, as well as information relative to mediums and communicating with the dead. A chapter is dedicated to telepathy and telemnemoniky. And, the final chapter deals with the distinction between speaking with the dead and spiritualism faced by rationalism. The author writes the book in a strictly impartial point of view, in the form of a text book.

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