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Advice To Discouraged Mediums
Advice To Writing Mediums
Appearance Of Materialized Substance
Automatic Writing Vs Inspirational Writing
Avoid Cross-magnetism
Avoid Psychic Absorption
Developing Writing Mediumship
Drawing Mediumship
Fraudulent Slate Writing
Healing Mediumship
How To Conduct A Materializing Seance
How To Heal By Spirit Power
How To Make The Spirit Cabinet
How To Use The Planchette
How To Use The Spirit Cabinet
Identifying Historical Personages
Incidents Of Writing Mediumship
Independent Slate Writing
Materialization Mediumship
Materialized Spirit Forms
Need Of Special Development
Practical Advice To Developing Mediums
Scientific Proof Of Materialization
Spirit Paintings
Spirit Phosphorescence
Spirit Playing On Musical Instruments Etc
Spirit Psychic Assistance
Spirit Psychometry And Clairvoyance
Stead's Method And Results
The Planchette
The Slate Writing Circle
The Stewardship Of Great Powers
Trumpet Mediumship
Use And Abuse Of Automatic Writing
Why The Cabinet Is Necessary
Writing Mediumship

Incidents Of Writing Mediumship

One writer says: "If the medium reaches the writing stage, he generally
passes into it in much the same manner that he does into the
inspirational speaking. That is, he becomes entranced, and in
entrancement of this kind he usually loses his conscious self, although
it is not essential that he should do so. He may remain partially
conscious, but he will be very pale and will have no control whatever
over the hand which does the writing. When the hand that writes is
generally the only part of him that becomes numb, one entire side may
become limp and inactive, and it is at this stage that a pencil must be
placed in his hand all ready for writing, and a large sheet of heavy
paper be put on the table before him. It is urged that the pencil be a
heavy one, and the paper tough and coarse, for the first writing of a
writing medium is not even a fair specimen of penmanship, being heavy
and very difficult to decipher. As his hand wanders here and there, his
body may sway and the pencil be brought in contact with the paper. When
he begins to write, the strokes are crude and jerky and uncertain. The
first notes that he delivers to the sitters are very often difficult to
make out, and sometimes it is impossible to tell what they are. But this
condition will be gradually overcome until the writing is very fair, and
finally it can be written on much finer paper and with an ordinary
pencil. When questions are to be asked, they may be put direct to the
medium, and the answers will be written out and signed by the spirit
sending them. As the medium develops, it will not be necessary for him
to have the questions put to him verbally. Write the questions on a
little slip of paper, and place these slips in his hands. The spirit
will read them, and then use his arm as before in writing out answers.
But this stage cannot be attained in a day or a week, and it is a sign
of the higher forms of development, and should be looked upon by the
members of the circle as evidence of the highest order establishing the
great success they have attained."

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