Survival of Man: A Study in Unrecognized Human Faculty, 1909
1909. The author gives an account of many of his investigations into matters connected with psychical research during the last quarter of a century, with an abridgment of contemporary records. The author's conviction of man's survival of bodily death-a conviction based on a large range of natural facts-is well known; and in this volume some idea can be gained as to the most direct and immediate kind of foundation on which in the future he considers that this belief will in due course be scientifically established. The book is divided into four sections entitled: aims and objects of psychical research; experimental telepathy or thought transference; spontaneous telepathy and clairvoyance; and automatism and lucidity.
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