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Automatic Writing
Base Use Of Mind Power
Development Of Telepathic Power
Development Practices
Formal Tests
How Experiments Are Conducted
Immunity To Thought Influences
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Scientific Investigators
Self-protection
Telepathic Phenomena
The Contagion Of Thought
The Explanation Of Sorcery
The Negative Pole
The Power Of Fearthought
The Secret Of Witchcraft
The Two Key-words
The Willing Game
Thought Waves
Vibratory Thought Force
Voluntary Mental Influence
Voluntary Transmission Of Mental Vibrations
Voodooism Explained



Formal Tests








The third step in telepathic development is that of conducting
experiments similar to those originally conducted by the Society for
Psychical Research, previously mentioned. That is to say, the sender may
select cards from a pack, coins from a pile, small objects from a
collection, etc., and then endeavor to transmit the impression of the
same to the receiver--the latter then reporting his flashes of
impression received. This may be rendered more complicated by having the
sender in one place, and the receiver at another, the time having
previously been agreed upon between them. In experiments conducted at
long range, it has been generally found better for the receiver to write
down the word, thought, or mental, picture which has been transmitted to
him by the sender; and for the sender to write down the name or picture
of the thing the idea of which he has transmitted. These memoranda serve
not only as scientific proof of the experiment, but also serve as a
barometer of progress being made during the experiments.





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