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" This belief in the sympathetic influence exerted on each other by persons or things at a distance is of the essence of magic. Whatever doubts science may entertain as to the possibility of action at a distance, magic has none ; faith in telepathy is one... "
ESP After Sixty Years - Page 4
by J. B. Rhine - 1966 - 463 pages
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Lectures on the Early History of the Kingship

Sir James George Frazer - Kings and rulers - 1905 - 309 pages
...Cholones Indians, in the sympathetic influence exerted on each other by things at a distance, is of the essence of magic. Whatever doubts science may...his belief with a logical consistency such as his civilised brother in the faith has not yet, so far as I am aware, exhibited in his 1 E. Poeppig, Reise...
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The Golden Bough

James George Frazer - Social Science - 2002 - 768 pages
...on each other by persons or things at a distance is of the essence of magic. Whatever doubts saience may entertain as to the possibility of action at a...his belief with a logical consistency such as his civilised brother in the faith has not yet, so far as I am aware, exhibited in his conduct. For the...
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The Invention of Telepathy, 1870-1901

Roger Luckhurst - History - 2002 - 324 pages
...place 'belief in the sympathetic influence exerted on each other by persons or things at a distance' as 'the essence of magic'. 'Whatever doubts science may...entertain as to the possibility of action at a distance,' Frazer continued acidly, 'magic has none; faith in telepathy is one of its principles.'84 Frazer put...
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The Victorian Supernatural

Nicola Bown, Carolyn Burdett - Literary Collections - 2004 - 305 pages
...place 'belief in the sympathetic influence exerted on each other by persons or things at a distance' as 'the essence of magic'. 'Whatever doubts science may...entertain as to the possibility of action at a distance', Frazer continued acidly, 'magic has none; faith in telepathy is one of its principles.'85 Although...
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