Spiritualism and the New Psychology: An Explanation of Spiritualist Phenomena and Beliefs in Terms of Modern Knowledge

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E. Arnold, 1920 - Personality disorders - 159 pages
 

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Page 110 - And he said unto her. What form is he of? And she said, An old man cometh up; and he is covered with a mantle.
Page 73 - The king answered and said to the Chaldeans, The thing is gone from me : if ye will not make known unto me the dream, with the interpretation thereof, ye shall be cut in pieces, and your houses shall be made a dunghill.
Page 117 - You have several portraits of this boy. Before he went away you had got a good portrait of him — 2 — no, 3.
Page 6 - Non amo te, Sabidi, nee possum dicere quare, Hoc tantum possum dicere, non amo te "—* * Thus Englished by the famous Tom Brown : " I do not love thee, Dr. Fell...
Page 44 - Suggestion is a process of communication resulting in the acceptance with conviction of the communicated proposition in the absence of logically adequate grounds for its acceptance.
Page 54 - It was barely half-figure, the head, shoulders, and part of the arms only showing — in fact, it was like an ordinary medallion portrait, but life-size. The face appeared wan and pale, as it did before his death, and he wore a kind of grey flannel jacket, in which he had been accustomed to sleep. Surprised and...
Page 110 - Now Samuel was dead, and all Israel had lamented him, and buried him in Ramah, even in his own city. And Saul had put away those that had familiar spirits, and the wizards, out of the land.
Page 54 - ... flannel jacket, so vivid that they first thought it was the reflection of a portrait, but there was none. "While they were looking and wondering, my wife's sister, Miss Towns, came into the room, and before either of the others had time to speak she exclaimed, ' Good gracious! Do you see Papa?
Page 118 - JL — No, no, I mean, was he standing up? No, he doesn't seem to think so. Some were raised up round ; he was sitting down, and some were raised up at the back of him. Some were standing, and some were sitting, he thinks.
Page 119 - ... sure if he was taken with some one leaning on him. But somebody wanted to lean on him, he remembers. The last what he gave you, what were a B., will be rather prominent in that photograph. It wasn't taken in a photographer's place." OJL: "Was it out of doors?" Feda: "Yes, practically" (Then sotto voce). "What you mean 'Yes, practically'; must have been out of doors or not out of doors. You mean 'Yes/ don't you?" Feda thinks he means " Yes," because he says "practically.

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