Scientific Investigators

Scientific observers, for a number of years past, have been conducting

careful series of experiments in Telepathy, and many volumes of the

reports of such investigations have been published by various psychic

research societies. Among the eminent scientists who have devoted much

attention to this subject are the following: Professor Henry Sidgewick,

of Cambridge University; Professor Balfour Stewart, of the Royal Society

> of England; Rt. Hon. A. J. Balfour, the eminent English statesman and

scientist; Professor William James, the eminent American psychologist;

Sir William Crookes, the great English chemist, physicist, who invented

the celebrated "Crookes' Tubes," without which the discovery of the

X-Rays, Radio Activity, etc., would have been impossible; Frederick W.

H. Myers, the celebrated investigator of Psychic Phenomena; and Sir

Oliver Lodge, the eminent English scientist. All these men are of the

highest international standing and reputation, and their acceptance of

the phenomena of Telepathy places the same on a firm scientific basis.