Mental radio. by Introduction by William McDougall. Preface by Albert

By Introduction by William McDougall. Preface by Albert Einstein. With a report by Walter Franklin Prince.

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I heard it, and my wife recorded it immediately afterwards, and I quote her written record: "Mrs. Gartz dreamed of earthquake. ' " " 'I dreamed the same/ I said. " Craig calls attention to the word "slowly," as both she and Mrs. Gartz commented on this. They didn't believe that an earthquake would behave that way; but I pointed out that it would happen just about. in a so with a steel-frame building. 7 JL come now to a less fantastic and more convincing series o experiments; those made with the husband of my wife's younger sister, Robert L.

Jan "no good," she didn't get the stove; which annoys her very much she thinks he does not want to allow any success to a woman. He is a "continental male," something she makes fierce feminist war upon. Craig is suffering from neuralgia in neck and shoulder, and offers to treat her. He will use what he calls "magnetism"; he Jan believes there is an emanation from his finger-tips, and so, with his two forefingers he lightly traces the course of the nerves of her neck and shoulder and arm. For ten or fifteen minutes his two fingers fire is insists that is are tracing patterns in front of her.

Written a detailed description of Dr. Haynes' home, including a correct ground plan of the entrance hall, stairs and drawing-room, and a description lamps, vases, house. , of the color in good part and style of decorations, furniture, correct. Craig has never been in this Jan goes into one of his deep states a cataleptic trance, he calls itin which his body is rigid and cold. He has the power to fix in advance the time when he will come out of the trance, and his subconscious mind apparently possesses the power to keep track of MENTAL RADIO 25 time days, hours, minutes, even seconds.

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