Telepathy

Telepathy
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Telepathy by W. W. Baggally

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1917

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56

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Telepathy
Genuine and Fraudulent

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My friend, Mr. W. W. Baggally, an experienced investigator of supernormal phenomena, has set down some of his experiences in connexion with the subject of Telepathy, and I heartily commend his book to the public as the record of a careful, conscientious, and exceptionally skilled and critical investigator. It would be difficult to find anyone more competent by training and capacity to examine into the genuineness of these subtle and elusive phenomena, which yet are of the utmost importance in the development of psychological science. Telepathy, or the direct action of mind on mind apart from the ordinary channels of sense, opens a new chapter; it is not a coping-stone completing an erection, but a foundation-stone on which to build.

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led to further experiments at a distance between Miss Telbin and myself.

AT 7 P.M.

I drew the following diagram

[Illustration]

AT 7 P.M.

Miss TELBIN'S drawings

[Illustration]

AT 7:10 P.M.

I fixed my attention on a flower

[Illustration]

AT 7:10 P.M.

Miss TELBIN obtained several incorrect scrawls, but amongst them one under which she had written the words

[Illustration]

"First impression"

AT 7:20 P.M.

I looked at a pair of opera glasses, at which I gazed first lengthwise

[Illustration]

then sideways

[Illustration]

AT 7:20 P.M.

Miss TELBIN'S drawings were--

First impression [Illustration]

A series of crescents [Illustration]

And this drawing [Illustration]

Also four drawings

[Illustration]

It was arranged that we should sit on certain days in the week, and that at a fixed hour I should act as agent and transmit to her my thoughts, s