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Abdominal pains, hypnotic cure of, i. 470.

" Abercromby, Blanche," case of, ii. 115 note,

2 3'-4-

Abnormal and supernormal contrasted, ii. 85.
Aboulia, i. 345, 347, 350.
Accident, apparitions at time of, i. 253, ii.

Accouchement, see Childbirth.

Achille, case of, i. 303-5.

"Across the Plains," quoted, i. 91; cited,

i. 126.
Adams, Prof., experiments by, i. 532-3; case

sent to, ii. 45-8.
Adare, Lord (Lord Dunraven), cited, ii. 221,

533-4. 579, 381 note 1.
Adie, Miss C., apparition seen by, ii. 323-5.

, Mrs., apparition seen by, ii. 324-5.

" Adrienne " (Lucie 3), case of, i. 328-30.
" /Edoeology," cited, ii. 576 note.
Aeschylus, works of, i. 98.
After-images

Ghosts possibly explicable as, ii. 4.
Memory-images distinguished from,

i. 567-9.
Nature of, i. 225.

Recall of, by tuning-fork, i. 587 note 2 .
Veridical, ii. 384.
Agassiz, case of, i. 134.
Agnosticism regarding survival, i. i ; ii. 296-7,

307.

Agoraphobia, i. 42, 177, 466.
Aid6, Hamilton, cited, ii. 570.
Akhurst, W. J., phantasm of, ii. 371-2.
Aksakoff, Hon. Alexander N., cases reported

by, ii. 25, 170-1, 466-73, 493-5 ;

quoted, ii. 178-82 ; cited, ii. 205, 555.
Albert, case of, i. 129-30, 370.
Alcoholism, see Dipsomania.
Alexander, Helen, case of, i. 266-8.
, Prof. Alfred, cases reported by, i. 393-

394; ii. 156-9, 346-7, 353-4 and notes.



Alger, Mrs., case of, cited, ii. 248 note.
Alice, clairvoyant diagnosis by, i. 486-7.
Allbright, Mr., planchette experiments by,

ii. 146.

'' Alma," case of, i. 296.
" Alterations de la Personalite," quoted,

> 333-
Alternating personalities

Change of faculty in, ii. 201.

Corporeal and incorporeal state of, ii.

272.

Memory in, ii. 201.

Ambidexterity in relation to subliminal men-
tation, i. 82, 84-5.

" American Journal of Psychology," cited,
i. 79 note, 576 and note ; ii. 95 note,
106.

Amnesia, i. 61.
Ampere, case of, i. 80.
Anaesthesia

Hypnotic, i. 470-1, 533-9 ; systematised

(negative hallucinations), i. 190.
Hysteric, unperceived by patient, i. 44,
299 ; injury not resultant from, i. 44, 47 ;
fanciful areas of, i. 45-6, 164; organic
disease unnoticed in, i. 48; nature of,
i. 65; in a case of "fugues," i. 209.
Self-suggested, i. 533.
Subliminal control of, i. 46; ii. 516.
Anaesthetic spots in witchcraft, occurrence of,

i. 4.

Anaesthetics-
Hypnotism contrasted with. i. 179.
Pain suppressed by, afterwards felt,

i- 472-3-

Anagrams by table-tilting, ii. 93-4.
Analgesia

Hypnotic, i. 179-82, 470-4.

Hysteric, i. 65.

Subliminal control of, ii. jji6.
" Anatomy of Sleep," cited, 11. 348.
Andrew, Mr., case of, ii. 556-8.
Angel ique, Soeur, case of, cited, ii. 199.
Angst neurose, i. 465.

Angus, Miss, crystal-visions of, L 337, 595-8.
Animals

Apparition perhaps seen by, ii. 214 note.

Hypnotic experiments on, i. 163, 441-3.

Phantasm of, i. 635.

Proximity of, sensibility to, i. 483-4.

Sense-organs of, i. 479-80.

Telepathy between, possibility of, i. 246
note.



63'



632



INDEX



" Animismus und Spiritismus," cited, ii.

" Annales des Sciences Psychiques," cited,

ii. 136, 533, 671 ; quoted, ii. 411-13.
" Annales Medico-Pyschologiques," cited,

i. 339 note, 518 note.

" Anne'e Psychologique, L'," cited, i. 106-
Anthropomorphism, ii. 265.
Aphasia, i. 53, 65.
Apparitions, see Hallucinations.
" Apparitions and Thought-Transference,"

cited, i. 224 note, 619 note; quoted,

i. 619-22, 688-90.

" Apparitions de Lourdes, Les," cited, i. 564.
Arago, quoted, i. 89.
" Arcanes de la vie future devoiles," cited,

" 573-
"Archives de M6decine," cited, i. 127 note 8;

quoted, i. 369-70.

" Archives de Nevrologie," cited, i. 339 note.
" Archives des Sciences Physiques et Natur-

elles," cited, i. 565 note.
" Archiv fiir Krimmal-Anthropologie und

Kriminalistik, cited, i. 513.
" Archiv fiir Psychiatric," cited, L 645.
Arithmetical prodigies, i. 79-85, 116, 227.
Arnold, J. N., cited, i. 313.
Arrival, hallucinations regarding, i. 255-7,

272-4.
Art-
Emotional memory desirable for, ii.



Symbolic communication by, i. 101.
Artigalas, Prof., case reported by, i. 498.
Ascetism, ii. 291, 309.
Ashburner, Dr., quoted, i. 557-8.
Assier, M. D', cited, ii. n.
Atkinson, Miss F., apparitions seen by, ii.
359-60.

, Surg.-Maj. John, apparition seen by,

ii. 336-8-
Attention

Central organic perceptivity stimulated

by concentration of, i. 480.
Deafness affected by, i. 474.
Hypnotic influence on, i. 179, 192-6,

469-70, 513.

Life maintained by subliminal, i. 217-18.
Training of, i. 174, 183.
Aubrey, A., case of, i. 474.
Audition

Coloured, i. 225, 566-7 ; ii. 270.
Hallucinations involving visual faculty
stronger evidentially than those in-
volving auditory, i. 254 note.
Hyperaesthesia of, ii. 106.
Hypnotic influence on, i. 184, 474-6.
Inward, motor element in, i. 102.
Non-acoustical, i. 223, 274.
Shell-hearing, i. 275.
Stimulation of, by lights, i. 587 note a .
Transportation of sense of, i. 500.
Auguez, Paul, cited, ii. 440.
Aura, i. 485 ; ii. 589.

" Australian Medical Gazet.e, The," cited,
1.514.



Authority, claims of, ii. 309.
" Automatic or Spirit Writing,
note' i .



cited, ii. 461



Automatic writing. See under Motor Auto-
matism.
" Automatisme Psychologique, L'," cited, i.

322 and note; quoted, i. 496-7.
Automatisms

Highest-level and other centres active in,

i. 74.

Motor, see Motor Automatisms.
Sensory, see Sensory Automatisms.
Aylesbury, Com. T. W., apparition seen by,

i. 291, 687-8.

Ayre, Capt., case of, cited, ii. 17.
Azam, Dr., case of patient of, i. 333.

B, case of, i. 501-2.

, Mme., case of, see Le'onie.

, Mile., case of, i. 510-11 ; ii. 169-70.

, Major Lucius, alleged communications
from, ii. 496-9.

, Miss, planchette experiments by, ii. 146-7.

, Miss (Dr. Bram well's patient), case of,
i. 491.

, Miss (Mr. Rawson's subject), experiments
with, i. 614 seq.

, Miss (Mrs. Sidgwick's subject), experi-
ments with, i. 499, 538-9, 547, 549-52.

, Mrs., apparitions seen oy, ii. 355-6.

, Mrs., phantasm of, ii. 61, 330-1.

, Mrs. (Mr. Rawson's subject), experiments
by, i. 614 seq.

, A., clairvoyance of, i. 556-8.

, S. H., apparition of, i. 292-6.

Babylonian inscription, dream regarding, i.

375-9-

Bacchus, Mrs., apparition seen by, n. 34-6.
Backman, Dr. Alfred, cases recorded by, i.

197 and note, 296, 497 and note *,

554-5- ..

Bacon, cited, 11. 279.

" Bad tricks," cure of, i. 173, 175.

Badaire, M., case reported by, i. 521-3.

Bagot, Mrs., dog vision of, i. 635.

Baillarger, cited, i. 124, 569.

Baker, Rachel, case of, i. 204, 519 and notes.

, Wingfield, case of, cited, ii. 18.

Banshees, i. 405-6.

Barcellos, Dr. Alfredo, case of, ii. 1 56-9.

Bard, Alfred, apparition seen by, ii. 19, 66-7.

Barmby, Rev. J., case sent by, ii. 343.

Barnby, Sir Joseph, crystal-vision cases re-
ported by, i. 590-1.

Baron, Mr. le, case of, cited, ii. 137.

Barrett, Prof. W. F., cited, i. 237, 480, 483,
600: ii. 554, 579; experiments by, i.
539; case sent to, ii. 156; founder of
S.P.R., ii. 224.

Barrington, Hon. Eric, case reported by, i.

594-
Barrows, C. M., cited, i. 471.

, Dr. Ira, quoted, i. 354-60.

Earth, E. H., case reported by, i. 546.
Beauchamp, Miss, case of, i. 62-3, 341, 344-

352; ii. 140, 199.
Beaunis, Prof., cited, i. 476, 491 and note\

497, 502 and note 2 .
Beaumont, Mrs., apparition of, i. 263, 640-

651.
Becher. Gen. Sir Arthur, apparition seen by,

ii. 68, 381-2.



INDEX



633



" Bedeutung narcotischer Mittel fur den

Hypnotismus, Die," cited, i. 441.
Beetles, hypnotic experiments on. i. 163.
Belden, L. W., cited, i. 524.
Bellamy, Rev. Arthur, apparition seen by, ii.

35 - 1 -

Benedikt, Prof., i. 490; cited, i. 514.
Bentivegni, V., cited, i. 514.
Bentley, A. J., case recorded by, ii. 567.
Berchtold case, i. 514.
Beresford, J. H. de la Poer, apparition of, i.

268-9.

Bergson, M., case reported by, i. 477-9.
Berillon, Dr. Edgar, hypnotic results ob-
tained by, i. 439, 459; quoted, i. 458;

cited, i. 459,460, 465 note 1,472, 513;

ii. 114.

Berjon, Dr., cited, i. 339 note.
Bernadette, case of, i. 561-4.
Bemheim, Dr., hypnotic results obtained by,

i. 156, 161-2, 206, 438, 491 ; cited, i.

161-2, 170, 207, 439, 443, 459, 460,

462, 465,468, 514, 5 '6, 54; quoted, i.

218.
Bertha, Sister (Bertha Foertsch), apparition

seen by, ii. 18, 376-7.
Bertrand, Dr., cited, i. 159, 486.
, Rev. L. J., trance vision of, ii. 21,

3 22 ~3 5 2 5-

" Bibliotheca Zoologica," cited, i. 479 note.
Bickford-Smith, Mrs., dreams of, i. 370-1.
, R. A. H., planchette experiments wit-
nessed by, ii. 12 1-2.
Bidder, case of, i. So-i, 84, 117.
Bigge, Col., case of, i. 255-7.
Biggs, Dr., experiments by, i. 193, 493-6.
Bilocation, 5. 230, 251, 263, 276.
Binet, Prof., cited, i. 79 note, 106-7, 477,

569 note 1 ; quoted, i. 329-30.
Binns, Dr., case reported by, ii. 748.
Biology, experimental, analogy from, i. 36.
Birchail, James, experiments by, i. 602 seq.,

613.
Bird, Miss (Mrs. Bishop), apparition seen by,

ii. 44.
Birth, as physiological individuation, ii. 511;

as spiritual individuation, ii. 523.
Bishop, Mrs. (Miss Bird), apparition seen by,

ii. 44.
Blake, Gorham, case of, cited, i. 260.

, William, work of, criticised, i. 73.

Blaney, John, apparition of, ii. 64-5.
Blavatsky, Mme., ii. 302; letters to, ii. 231 ;

inquiry regarding, ii. 501-2.
Blisters, hypnotic production of, i. 188, 193-4,

49i. 493-9-

Blue oedema experiment, i. 188, 498.
Blyth, Benjamin Hall, case of, i. Si. 117.

, Edward L. J., case of. i. 81-3, 117.

Boeteau, M., case reported by, i. 61, 318-9.

Boissarie, Dr., cited, i. 562-4.

Bonatti, Signer, automatic writing by, ii.

'53, 442-4-
Booth, Mordaunt Gore, apparition seen by,

ii. 63-5.

" Borderland," cited, i. 578.
Botanical student, case of, i. 277.
" Bottom Facts concerning the Science of

Spiritualism, The," cited, ii. 503.



BouF6, cited, i. 459.

Bourdon, Dr., cited, i. 459, 460, 472; case

reported by, i. 518.
Bourne, Ansel, case of, i. 60, 309-17.

, Canon, apparition of, i. 260, 264.

, Miss Louisa, apparition seen by, i.

651-3.

, Miss Nina M., apparition seen by, i.

651-3.
Bourru, Prof., cited, i. 339 note, 341, 491,

497 note 2 .
Boyle, Miss, case reported by, i. 546.

, R. Vicary, case of, i. 138-40.

Braid, work of, L 160 and note*, 165, 488-90;
cited, i. 438, 468, 471, 515 and note,
, 540.
Brain

Concurrent streams of intelligence func-
tioning through, i. 250-1.
Dextro-cerebral capacity, i. 84-5.
Highest-level centres in, i. 74, 193-4,

198 ; ii. 511.
Possession, function in cases of, ii. 201,

2 54-

Spirit's action on, ii. 522.
Substitution of functions of, L 105.
Telepathic communication not necessarily

transmitted by, ii. 195-6.
Unconscious cerebration, ii. 519 note;
Pierce's explanation of subliminal self
theory by, i. 12 note*.
Waves, theory of, i. 245-6.
"Brain," cited, i. 127 note 1 , 171 note, 440,

467 ; quoted, i. 506-9, 513.
Brainerd, David, alleged communication from,

ii. 457-8.
Bramwell, Dr. J. Milne, quoted, i. 56, 166,

437-40, 44i~ 2 , 444-5, 463, 467-70,
473-6,488-9, 511, 512-13,515-17, 540;
cited, i. 160 note*, 171 note, 178, 196,
198, 338 note, 440, 462, 471; ii. 541;
work of, i. 165, 194-5, 506-10.

Breuer, Dr., cited, i. 40, 50, 53-5, 299.

Brian, Duppa, vision of induction of, i.

592-3-
Briggs, L. Vernon, communications to, ii.

244-5.

Brighten, William E., case of, i. 386-7.
"British Medical Journal," cited, i. 472;

quoted, i. 491.

Brook, Lady, cases recorded by, ii. 454-6.
Brooke, Sir James, cited, i. 426.
Brooks, Christopher, case of, i. 402.
Brougham, Lord, apparition seen by, ii. 43.
Brown, A. J., case of, i. 309, 311-16.

, D., apparition seen by, i. 655.

Browne, Miss, case of, cited, ii. 137.

, Mrs., case sent by, ii. 356-8.

, Hugh Junor, case reported by, ii. 172,

482-5.

Browning, Robert, cited, ii. 579-80.
Buttemer, R. H., experiments of, ii. 43 2 ~4-
Bruce, Dr. Walter, dream of, i. 143-4, 4'3~

415; ii. 55.
Buckley, Major, experiments by, i. 210,

556-8.

Buddhism, ii. 286, 280-91.
" Bulletin de 1'Institut Psychologique Inter-
national," cited, i. 474.



634



INDEX



" Bulletins de la Soci6te de Psychologic Phy-

siologique," quoted, i. 524-5; cited, i.

529.

Bundy, Col. J. C., cited, i. 360, 382-3.
Burguet, Agnes, case of, i. 485.
Burnier, M. Andre, alleged communications

from, ii. 143.

Burns, hypnotic effect on, i. 470.
Burot, Prof., cited, i. 339 and note, 341, 491,

497 note' 2 .
Burq, i. 490.
Buxton, case of, i. 80, 83.

C. Mme., case of, i. 531-2.

Miss, case of, ii. 210-11.

Mr., case reported by, ii. 329-31.

Mrs., apparition seen by, i. 692-3.

Mrs. (Dr. Bramwell's subject), case of,
i. 463.

Mother, case attested by, i. 686.

Charlotte, auditory hallucination of, ii.

70-1.

, Emily, case of, cited, ii. 230.
Cabral, Ulysses J. C., hallucination of, ii.

Caedmon, work of, cited, i. 135 note.

Cafe au lait, dipsomania of, i. 461-2.

Cagliostro, ii. 133.

Cahagnet, case of subjects of, i. 278; ii.
191, 220, 573-8.

Calculating boys, \. 79-85, 116, 227.

Calculations involved in post-hypnotic sug-
gestions, i. 502-10.

Campbell, General, case of, cited, ii. 65.

, Hon. Dr., case of, i. 543-6.

, Miss Catherine M., apparition seen by,

ii. 396; experiments by, i. 632-4; ii.

63-

Camuset, Dr., cited, i. 339 note.
Cancer, phobie of, i. 467.
Capua, Arturo de, communications from, ii.

481-2.
Carlisle, Bishop of, case reported by, ii.

56-7.

Carpenter, Dr., cited, ii. 519 note, 581 note 1 .
Carroll, James, apparition seen by, i. 272-3.
Carzetti, Isabella, ii. 459.
Cass Davis House, visions regarding, i.

668-71.
Catalepsy

Secondary personality in connection with,

' 33j-

Shock inducing, i. 163.
" Cataplexie und der thierische Hypnotismus,

Die," cited, i. 442.

Cavalli, V., communications to, ii. 482.
C^lestine, case of, i. 49.
Cellular focus, i. 35 and note.
Central organs of perception
Education of, i. 188-92.
Potential sensibility of, i. 482.
Cerebration, see under Brain.
Cervello, Dr. Niccolo, case of patient of, i.

500 and note, 520.
Cevennes, martyrs of the, ii. 200.
Chabaneix, Dr. Paul, cited, i. 89 and note.
Chambers, Dr. Robert, cited, ii. 579.
Character, hypnotic influence on, i. 192,
198-202.



Charcot, Prof., case of patient of, i. no-i,
331; three stages theory of, i. i6i,~i97,
437. 439. 447-8; methods of, i. 172
note, 490; ii. 311 ; experiment by, i.
188, 497-8.
Charity Organisation Society, analogy from,

ii. 206-7.

Charms, i. 211, 559-61 ; ii. 310.
Chattock, Dr. C. G., cited, i. 460.
Chaumontet, Jean, alleged communication

from, ii. 143.

Chemical reactions, sensibility to, i. 483.
Chess, analogy from, i. 93-4, 96.
Childbirth, hypnotism during, i. 324, 472 ;

subsequent recollection, i. 181.
Childhood, i. 119.
Children

Communications from, ii. 245-7, 593,

621-2.
Hypnotic susceptibility of, i. 430, 443-4,

458.

Phantasms of, h. 335, 373.
Terrors of. i. 41.
China, beliefs regarding demon possession

in, ii. 198-200, 500-1.

Christian Science, i. 167, 212-13; ii. 311-12.
Christianity, i. 2, 280-3, 2 86, 288, 294-7.
" Christlichc Mystik," cited, i. 493.
Ciliary spasm, effects of, i. 133, 479.
Circles, system of, ii. 570.
Clairvoyance (see also Telaesthesia)
A., Miss, case of. ii. 451.
Automatic messages due to, ii. 235.
Cases of so-called, otherwise explained, i.

477-8.

Children, in, ii. 335-6.
Cornea-reading versus, i. 185.
Dixon, Miss Eliza, case of, i. 543-6.
Dowsers, of, i. 481.
Dying, of the, ii. 31.
Fits, after, i. 362.
Genius a kind of, ii. 282.
Grant, Cameron, case of, ii. 369.
Hypnotic production of, i. 555-6-
Hysteria, in, i. 353-4, 357~9-
Inadequacy of term, i. 136.
Joan of Arc, case of, ii. 102, 404.
Medical
Automatic script communicating, ii.

45. 454. 457-
Mode of, i. 484-7; ii. 268.
Spirits, by, ii. 174-6 (premonitory),

604, 610, 622, 624.
Trance, in, ii. 564.
Paralysis from cold, during, ii. 323.
Socrates, case of, ii. 96, 99.
Somnambulism, during, i. 520-4.
Telepathic, ii. 197, 518, 525.
Travelling

Cases of, i. 197, 553-9 ; ii. 217, 551.
Dreams, likeness to, i. 279.
Ecstasy an extension of, ii. 210, 259.
Hypnotic suggestion starting, i. 278.
Nature of, i. 230-1, 250, 275, 278-9.
Savages, among, ii. 200 note, 283.
Sleep, during, ii. 193.
Clark, Mrs., apparition seen by, ii. 371-2.
Clarke, Dr., phantasm of, ii. 247.
, M. W., case sent by, ii. 343-4.



INDEX



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Claustrophobia, i. 177.

"Clelia" case, ii. 122, 140, 416-18.

Clerke, Mrs., apparition seen by, i. 268,

269 ; ii. 68, 386-7.
Clifford, quoted, ii. 297.
Cobbe, Miss, cited, ii. 31.
Coe, Mr. and Mrs., apparition of, i. 656-7.
Colburn, case of, i. 80, 83, 84.
Coleman, W. E., cited, i. 632.
Coleridge, Hartley, genius of, i. 75.

, S. T., case of, i. 135.

Collingwood, J. F., quoted, ii. 528 note.

Colonial animals, analogy from, i. 38.

Colt, Capt. G. F. Russell, apparition seen

by, ii- 44. 34 8 ~5-

, Lieut. Oliver, phantasm of, ii. 349-50.

Compact-cases of post-mortem appearance, i.

291; ii. 42-5,49-51, 350.
"Comptes Rendus de la Societ6 de

Biologic," cited, i. 497 note 3 .
Condillac, cited, i. 89.
" Confessions of a Medium," cited, ii. 503.
Confinements, see Childbirth.
Congenital moral deficiency, hypnotic in-
fluence on, i. 199-200.

irradiations of sensitivity, i. 225.

Conley, Elizabeth, vision seen by, ii. 37-40,

210.
Consciousness

Central, different from minor conscious-
nesses, i. 37-8.
Complexity and memory characteristic

of, i. 36-7.
Concurrent, ii. 519.
Dogs, of, discussed, i. 36-7.
Double, see Secondary personality.
Ethical and legal view of, i. 37.
Hysteria a contraction of, i. 19, 22, 44.
Mind, relation to, i. 37.
Specialisation of, ii. 509.
Spectrum of
Nature of, ii. 509.
Sleep an intensiner of, i. 21.
Solar spectrum, analogous to, i. 17-18,

76, 78 ; ii. 506.
Unfamiliar cerebral combinations

attended by, i. 39.
Unity of, i. 58.
Unreliability of, i. 13.
Will in the making, ii. 518.
Continuity

Subliminal mentation, of. ii. 131.
Theories, in, necessity of, ii. 2, 251, 281.
Universe, of the, i. 231, 242; hierarchy

of intelligences inferred from, ii. 265.
Conversions, i. 56, 126-7, '75 202 i 3 10 -
Con way, experiments on, i. 541.
Coomes, Dr. M. F., cited, i. 495.
Cooper, Alfred, case reported by, i. 142-3.

, Job, case of, i. 519.

Cope, C. H., case reported by, ii. ^2-3.
Coppinger, Mrs., apparition seen by, ii. 334.
Cornea-reading, i. 185, 477.
Cosmic phenomena, continuity in, i. 231,
242 ; hierarchy of intelligences in-
ferred from, ii. 265.
Cosmical, as distinct from planetary
Evolution, i. 94-6; ii. 279.
Heredity, ii. 267.



Cosmical, as distinct from planetary con-
tinued.

Life coexistent, i. 151, 155.
Science, ii. 308.
Self, ii. 273.
Cosmical faculties, terrene faculties derived

from, i. 488.
Cosmotheorus, assumptions regarding, ii.

298, 301.

Cox, Mrs., case of, cited, ii. 18.
, Serjeant, ii. 224 ; cited, i. 523 ; ii.

Cranial bones, separation of, ii. 563, 565.
Crans, Mrs. N. J., vision of, ii. 374-5.
Crawford, Earl of (Lord Lindsay), cited, ii.

533-4. 579. 581-

Crealock, Col., case of, cited, ii. 67.
Creed, Dr. J. M., cited, i. 514.
Crewdson, Edward, case reported by, i.

397-8-

Crimes, hypnotic, question of, i. 198, 513-17.
Crises (other than death)

Hallucinations in connection with, i.

253, 270-1, 279, 281, 287, 291 ; ii.

Subliminal uprush in cases of, i. 77.
Crocker, Dr. H. Radcliffe, cited, ii. 529

note.

Crookes, Sir William, pioneer work of, i. 6 ;
ii. 224 ; observations of, i. 32 ; cited,
i. 245 ; ii. 141, 221-2, 533, 536, 541
and note, 554-5, 579. 5 8 *-
"Croonian Lectures on Evolution and Dis-
solution of the Nervous System, The,"
cited, i. 317 note.

Cryptomnesia, ii. 124, 136, 140, 161.
Crystal visions

A., Miss, case of, ii. 449.

Appropriateness of, ii. 517-18.

Brightness of light in, i. 589.

Content of, i. 241

Distortion, reflection, &c., in, i. 576.

Extended range of ordinary sight in, i.

'34-

Goodrich-Freer, Miss, case of, i. 134,
576-8. 586-8.

Grant, Cameron, case of, ii. 368-9.

Haunting phenomena analogous to, ii.
76.

Hypnotism, in, i. 578-84; post-hyp-
notic, i. 240.

Magnifying glass in, results of, i. 576,
589.

Method and nature of, i. 230, 237-9,
276.

Precognitive, i. 591.

Retrocognitive, i. 592-8.

Subliminal memory evinced in, i. 132.

Symbolic character of, i. 276.

Synaesthesia in, i. 279.

Telaesthesia in. i. 275.

Time-relations in, i. 246.

Universality of, i. 574-5-

Veridicality of, i. 240.

Verrall, Mrs., case of, i. 584-6.

Visualisation in, i. 588.
Crystals, analogy from, i. 235 note.
Cullerre, Dr.. quoted, i. 476.
Curel, M. tie. method of, cited, i. 106-7.



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INDEX



Cutaneous sensibility, hypnotic effect on, i.

Cuvier, cited, i. 206.

Cyanosis, hypnotic production of, i. 498.

D., Mme., case of, i. 130 and note 2 , 529-30.

, Mr., apparition seen by, ii. 52-5, 330-1.

, Mr., phantasm of, ii. 384-5.

, Mrs., case of, cited, ii. 17.

, C., communications to, ii. 450, 454-6.

Dailey, Judge Abram H., case recorded by,

352.

Damodar, letters to, ii. 231.
Danvers, Miss, apparitions of, i. 695-6.
Dariex, Dr., cited, i. 533.
Darkness, visions in, i. 239, 281.
Dase (Dahse), case of, i. 80, 83, 117-19.
Daumer, Prof., case reported by, i. 524.
Dauntesey, Mr. and Mrs., case of, cited, ii.

399-

Davenport, Reuben Briggs, cited, u. 503.

Davey, Dr., case reported by, i. 134, 372-3.
, S. I., cited, i. 646; ii. 502.

Davies, Mrs., auditory hallucination of, ii.
365-6.

Davis, Andrew Jackson, case of, cited, ii. 117.

, William W., case reported by, ii. 46-8.

Dawson, Ellen, case of, i. 546.

Day-dreaming habit, i. 100.

Dazzling, hypnotisation by means of, i. 165.

Dead, the, see Discarnate spirits.

Deafness, hypnotic influence on, i. 184, 474.

Dear, Mrs., apparition seen by, ii. 376.

Death-
Apparitions at or near time of, i. 252-3,
268-9, 283-6, 572-4, 643-5, 666-7,
675-8 ; ii. 271, 283, 358 ; statistics of
time-relations in, ii. 14 and note ; com-
pact cases, i. 291 ; ii. 42-5, 49-51, 236,

35-

Automatic writing announcing, it 169-
171, 230.

Averted by hypnotic change of person-
ality, i. 33i-

Clairvoyance at the time of, ii. 31.

Conditions of, taken on in mediumistic
trance, ii. 220.

Dream of, ii. 18.

Nature of, ii. 512, 524.

Phantasms after, see Discarnate spirits
Apparitions.

Prevision of, i. 400-5, 410-13 ; ii. 153,
248 and note, 270, 334-6, 441. 622-4;
by discarnate spirits, ii. 26-7, 30-1,
174, 176, 489-93- 559-6o.

Telekmetic phenomena in connection
with, ii. 503.

Transitional state of consciousness im-
mediately after, ii. 20, 51, 61.

Visions of, clairvoyanuy perceived in
dream or waking state, i. 137, 139,
143, 401, 410-15, 425.

" Death-Blow to Spiritualism," cited, ii. 503.
"De la suggestion et de ses applications a la

pedagogic," cited, i. 459.
" De la suggestion et du somnambulisme
dans leurs Rapports avec la Jurisprud-
ence et la Medecine L6gale," cited, i.
5'3-



" De la suggestion mentale," cited, i. 3*9

note.
" De 1'Automatisme de la Memoire," quoted,

i. 306-7.

' De 1' Intelligence," cited, i. 127 note 2 .
Dee, Dr. John, shew-stone of, i. 237, 575.
Delboeuf, Prof., dream of, i. 132 ; cases of

patients of, i. 182, 470-1, 506; cited,

i. 472, 514.

" Delire du toucher ," i. 467-8.
Delirium tremens, suggestibility developed

during recovery from, i. 162.
"Demon Possession and Allied Themes,"

cited, ii. 500-1.
Demoniacal possession, i. 303-5 ; Chinese,

ii. 198-200, 500 i.
Demons, Sorting, of Prof. Maxwell, ii.

53'-4-

Dent, Mrs., case reported by, i. 652.
Dentistry

Hypnotic analgesia, under, i. 471.

Pain of, suppressed by gas and felt later,

i- 473-

Deolinda, phantasm of, ii. 353-4.
" Des Etats Seconds," cited, i. 473.
" Des Indes & la planete Mars," ii. 130 seq. ;

cited, ii. 95 note.
Despard, Miss R. C., experiments by, i.

632-4.
Despine, Dr.. cited, i. 445, 485, 500.

, Dr> Prosper, case reported by, i. 192.

Dessoir, Max, cited, i. 601 note.

Devan, Dr., cited, i. 305.

Devils, belief in possession by, i. 303-5; ii.

198-200 ; non-existence of, ii. 203.
Dextro-cerebral capacity, i. 84-5.
Diagram-transference, cases of, i. 602-12,

614-18, 622-8, 633-4 ; motor and

sensory elements in, ii. 144.
Diamanti, case of, i. 79 note.
Dickens, Miss, apparition seen by, 5. 258-9.

, Charles, work of, cited, i. 106.

Dickinson, James, i. 675-8.

Dignity, demand for, ii. 258; possibility of,

in confusion of discarnate spirits, ii.

276.



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