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" Besides exercising my power of volition very strongly, I put forth an effort which I cannot find words to describe. I was conscious of a mysterious influence of some sort permeating in my body, and had a distinct impression that I was exercising some... "
Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death - Page 396
by Frederic William Henry Myers - 1907 - 470 pages
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Science of the Soul: A Scientific Demonstration of the Existence of the Soul ...

Loren Albert Sherman - Future life - 1895 - 414 pages
...body, and had a distinct impression that I was exercising some force with which I had been heretofore unacquainted, but which I can now at certain times set in motion at will. . SHB The next case of Mr. SHB's is different in this respect, that the percipient was not consciously present...
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Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death, Volume 1

Frederic William Henry Myers - Crystal gazing - 1903 - 1360 pages
...room slept two ladies of my acquaintance, viz., Miss LSV and Miss ECV, aged respectively 25 and 1 1 years. I was living at this time at 23 Kildare Gardens,...week or so of the occurrence of the experiment, and whilst it was perfectly fresh in my memory." Miss Verity's account is as follows : — January iSfA,...
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Evidence for a Future Life ("L'âme Est Immortelle")

Gabriel Delanne - Future life - 1904 - 264 pages
...body, and had a distinct impression that I was exercising some force with which I had hitherto been unacquainted, but which I can now at certain times set in motion at will. « g fj g » (Of the original entry in the almanack diary, Mr. B says : " I recollect having made it...
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Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death

Frederic William Henry Myers - Immorality - 1906 - 470 pages
...decidedly in the affirmative, and upon my inquiring the time of the occurrence, she replied, about 1 o'clock in the morning. This lady, at my request,...week or so of the occurrence of the experiment, and whilst it was perfectly fresh in my memory." Miss Verity's account is as follows: — January 1Sth,...
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Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research

American Society for Psychical Research - Parapsychology - 1914
...I cannot find words to describe. I was conscious of a mysterious influence of some sort permeating my body, and had a distinct impression that I was...I can now at certain times set in motion at will." On the Thursday following he called on the two sisters, but kept silent about what he had done. The}',...
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