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Psycho-Phone Messages

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Published: 1921
Language: English
Wordcount: 13,427 / 47 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 62.9
LoC Category: BF
Downloads: 5,227
Added to site: 2011.10.10 30870

This is about the experimental recordings of psycho-phonic messages at the beginning of the last century. Grierson claims to have recorded messages from prominent dead people as Abraham Lincoln and Benjamin Disraeli.

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rst blow will be the victor.

The Germans still believe they can eventually invade France, enter Paris and cause a revolution, found a new empire to include France, Belgium, Holland and Switzerland, with Italy later on. This dream includes a practical understanding with Soviet Russia, which, by that time, they expect would be weary of futile experiments. Plots will be exposed that will make it apparent how vain some of your optimistic surmises have been. Diplomats who are not psychologists will be balked by developments in Switzerland, that nation having become the rendezvous of disillusioned wire-pullers without a country.

You are now at the cross roads. Take the wrong turning and you will come to the skull and cross bones.

I could say much more but we are not yet experts in this new mode of inter-communication and must be brief.


(Second Message)

Recorded May Third, 1921

I concur with Alexander Stephens when he says: "Congress has neve

Reader Reviews

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Lisa Carr

Extremely dated spiritualist claptrap. An eminent psychic of the 1920s published these messages from famous corpses, basically warning the world about this and that.
Oddly, the style of "speaking" each spirit uses seems similar. US Grant sounds like Ben Franklin, who sounds like Ben Disraeli--they all use gimcrack metaphors and bloated hyperbole.
It's short, so you won't waste much time, but it creaks like granny's rocker.



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