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" In about ten minutes a stertorous sleep ensued ; and in five minutes more she passed into a sleep-waking state and began to talk incoherently. The process was repeated on many days, and gradually she became sane when in the trance, though she still raved... "
Hypnotism and Suggestion in Therapeutics, Education, and Reform - Page 138
by Rufus Osgood Mason - 1901 - 344 pages
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The North American Review, Volume 163

1896
...time when she could be kept quiet only by the strait- jacket and the continuous cold douche to the head. She would not look at the operator, but raved...hers and followed her eyes wherever she moved them. la ten minutes she was asleep, and in five minutes more she passed into the sleep-waking or somnambulic...
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Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume 4

Society for Psychical Research (Great Britain) - Parapsychology - 1887
...not — indeed, she could not — look steadily at the operator, but raved and spat at him. M. Voisin kept his face close to hers, and followed her eyes wherever she moved them. In about 10 minutes a stertorous sleep ensued ; and in five minutes more she passed into a sleep-waking...
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Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death, Volume 1

Frederic William Henry Myers - Crystal gazing - 1903 - 1360 pages
...not — indeed, she could not — look steadily at the operator, but raved and spat at him. M. Voisin kept his face close to hers, and followed her eyes wherever she moved them. In about ten minutes a stertorous sleep* ensued, and in five minutes more she passed into a sleep-waking...
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The Goodness of God in View of the Facts of Nature and the Supernatural

George Thomson Knight - God - 1904 - 126 pages
...her head. For a while she would not look at the operator, but raved and spat on him. The physician, however, kept his face close to hers and followed her eyes wherever she moved them. In a quarter of an hour she was asleep and under some measure of control, tho talking incoherently. Practically...
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History from 458 A. D. to 1909, Volume 4

Benson John Lossing, Woodrow Wilson - United States - 1906
...a time when she could be kept quiet only by the strait-jacket and the continuous cold douche to the head. She would not look at the operator, but raved...asleep, and in five minutes more she passed into the sleep-walking or somnambulic state and began to talk incoherently. This treatment being repeated on...
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Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research

American Society for Psychical Research - Parapsychology - 1914
...strait jacket and the cold douche. She would not look at him, " but raved and spat at him. M. Voisin kept his face close to hers, and followed her eyes wherever she moved them." In fifteen minutes she was hypnotized. " The process was repeated on many days, and gradually she became...
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Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death

Frederic William Henry Myers - Immortality - 1907 - 470 pages
...not — indeed, she could not — look steadily at the operator, but raved and spat at him. M. Voisin kept his face close to hers, and followed her eyes wherever she moved them. In about ten minutes a stertorous sleep ensued, and in five minutes more she passed into a sleep-waking...
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The Psychology of Inspiration: An Attempt to Distinguish Religious from ...

George Lansing Raymond - Bible - 1908 - 340 pages
...and the continuous douche to the head. She would not look at the operator, but raved and spat upon him. M. Voisin, however, kept his face close to hers,...asleep, and in five minutes more she passed into the sleep-walking or somnambulistic state, and began to talk incoherently. This treatment being repeated...
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The Psychology of Inspiration: An Attempt to Distinguish Religious from ...

George Lansing Raymond - Inspiration - 1908 - 340 pages
...her at a time when she could be kept quiet only by the straitjacket and the continuous douche to the head. She would not look at the operator, but raved and spat upon hun. M. Voisin, however, kept his face close to hers, and followed her eyes wherever she moved...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 20

Nineteenth century - 1886
...not — indeed, she could not — look steadily at the operator, but raved and spat at him. M. Voisin kept his face close to hers, and followed her eyes wherever she moved them. In about ten minutes a stertorous sleep ensued ; and in five minutes more she passed into a sleep-waking...
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