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Before. may be It the left problems of ghosts and haunted houses pretty as much observed that 1580) already put forth a form of the hypothesis of telepathy (that ghosts ' ' are hallucinations produced by the direct action of one mind, or brain, upon another), while heard in ' doubted whether the noises Thyrseus haunted houses of the sense of hearing. S. {circ. 1666), a came evidence of Glanvil' s into and other use. by classical authority, With Pliny, Plutarch, or Suetonius. more the Eev. Joseph careful examination Among the marvels of tracts usually published together in Sadducismus Triumphatus will be found letters which show that he and his friends, like Henry More and his ' ' Boyle, laboured to collect first-hand evidence for second sight, haunted houses, ghosts, and wraiths.

The Academy did its best to suppress this Eeport, which attests the phenomena that Hegel accepted, phenomena still Six years later (1837), a Committee reported disputed. ' person acted on both Committees, and this Eeport was Later, a accepted. in a box, and number failed. of people tried to read a letter Mr. Vincent, This,' says ' the question with regard to clairvoyance might be more logical to say that sions of the competitors now it ; ' ' settled though it settled the preten- on that occasion.

Spencer wrote, had demolished Sir Samuel many tribes, and so shaken by Mr. Spencer. ' show Being ; ' rash Mr. Spencer, relying on a Brough Smyth, omits all his^^ later that single isolated sentence in about information essential Samuel's while Mr. Huxley the Supreme Australian — overlooking the copious and conclusive evidence as to their ethical religion — charges the Australians with having merely a non-moral belief in casual spirits. We have also to show that Mr. Huxley, under the dominance of his theory, and inadvertently, quotes a good authority as sajdng the precise reverse of what he really does say.

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