Voices from the Void
1919 Introduction by Sir W. F. Barrett. Contents: Introductory; Personality of the Control; Communicator-Evidence of the Survival; Telepathy & Automatism; "Prevision"; Mediumship & the Mental Sensations of the Medium; Psychometry Through the Med.
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THK PERSONALITY OF THE CONTROL
THE COMMUNICATOREVIDENCE OF THE SURVIVAL
MEDIUMSHIP AND THE MF NT M SENSATIONS OF
PSVCHOMI TRV THROtT U THP MEDIUM AND
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Voices from the Void: Six Years' Experience in Automatic Communications
Hester Travers Smith
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