Mrs. Piper & the Society for Psychical Research
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Mrs Piper's mediumship--Is mediumship a neurosis?
Mrs Piper is what the spiritualists call a medium, and what the English psychologists call an automatist, which is to say, a person who appears at times to lend her organism to beings imperceptible to our senses, in order to enable t