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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
Involuntary Transmission Of Mental Vibrations
Mental Atmospheres
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Mind Reading
Modern Black Magic
Neutralizing Psychic Influences
Private Experiments
Repelling Adverse Influences
Scientific Investigators
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

The Explanation Of Sorcery

Another writer says: "In various stages of history we find the records
of persons having been affected by the influences of witches, sorcerers,
and other evil-minded, unprincipled persons. In most cases these
so-called witches and sorcerers themselves were under the delusion that
they were being assisted by the devil or some other supernatural being.
They did not realize that they were simply using natural forces.
Studying the history of witchcraft, sorcery, black magic, and the like,
you will find that the devotees thereof usually employed some
psychometric method. In other cases they would mould little figures of
clay, or of wax, in the general shape and appearance of the person whom
they wished to affect. It was thought that these little figures were
endowed with some supernatural powers or attributes, but of course this
was mere superstition. The whole power of the little figures arose from
the fact that they aided the imagination of the spell-worker in forming
a mental image of the person sought to be influenced; and thus
established a strong mental rapport condition. Added to this, you must
remember that the fear and belief of the public greatly aided the
spell-worker, and increased his power and influence over these poor

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