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Cited, i. 177 note, 459, 465, 498, 5 1 3~ I 4>

601 note.

Hypnotic results obtained by, i. 438.
Schumann, quoted, i. 103 note.
"Schura," alleged communications from,

ii. 179-82.
Science

Achievements of, ii. 308.

Development of, into philosophy and

religion, ii. 284, 290, 297.
Ideals of, ii. 258.
Language of, i. 99.

Methods of, ii. 300-1; applied to
psychology, i. 1-2 ; to religion, ii. 275,
279-81, 298.
Nature of, ii. 295.

Religion complementary to, i. 33; de-
fined by, ii. 275 ; developed out of,
ii. 284, 290, 297; originally one with,
ii. 296.

Synthesis of the Universe, ii. 297.
Scott, Capt. Daniel, case of dream of, i.

, Miss Louisa, apparition seen by,

ii. 396-7.
, Miss M. W., apparition seen by,

ii. 396-9.

Script (see Motor automatisms Writing).
Scripture, Prof., cited, i. 79 note, 80; quoted,

i. 82-4.

Scryers, see Crystal-vision.
Searle, Mrs. Richard, apparition of, i. 281,

665-6.
Secondary personality

Accident a cause of, i. 61.
Dyspepsia, following on, i. 321-2.
Emotionally selected, i. 57.
Epilepsy ; following on, i. 308-17.
Exhaustion of vitality a cause of, i. 61.
Hypnotism, under, i. 322-3.
Hysteria, in, i. 317-19.
Improvement on primary, i. 62-4, 333.
Memory in, i. 128, ii. 192; hypnotic
memory analogous to, 5. 171-2; hyp-
notic influence on, i. 196; hypnotic
stages resembling, i. 450.
Memory of, lost to primary, i. 332, 333.

336; not recovered, i. 320, 322.
Memory of primary recovered in dreams

during, i. 338.

Multiplex personality, see that title.
Possession theory in the light of, i. 65 ;

ii. 192, 198.

Primary superseded by, i. 331-5 ;
memory of primary recovered during,
i. 338.



Secondary personality continued,
Rudimentary form of, i. 299.
Sleep, of, i. 66, 151-2, 155; beginning

in sleep, i. 333, 330.
Somnambulism developing into, i. 60,

203, 305-6.
Telaesthesia analogous to phenomena of,

i. 250.
" Seherin von Prevorst, Die," cited, ii. 570

and note.

Self-consciousness, hypnotic cure of, i. 467.
Self-projection, i. 251.
Self-suggestion

Anaesthesia and rigidity produced by,

> 533-

Charms and incantations as, u. 310.
Curative power of, ii. 311, 513.
Dreams, in, i. 369.
Increasing importance of, i. 198.
Narcotic influence on, i. 441.
Nature of, ii. 311-13.
Pain suppressed by, i. 471.
Schemes of, i. 198, 211-14.
" Semirus " control, ii. 161, 450, 454, 457.
Sensation, community of, i. 487, 540-3.
Sense organs

Mixed, theory of, i. 186 note, 479-80.
Perceptive power independent of, i. 191.
Specialisation of, i. 224, 479-80.
Sensitives, perception of, by spirits, ii. 253.
Sensibility, Sensitivity

Central sensory perception, stimulation

of, i. 188-92, 234 ; symbolic character

of, i. 276; potentiality of, i. 482.
Concomitances of, i. 224-5.
Confusion in, ii. 269.
Drugs and food, to, i. 483.
Exteriorisation of, i. 500-1.
Heat, to distinguished from pain-sense,

i. 65-6; hypnotic effect on, i. 475.
Internal and external character of, i.

223.

Irregularity of distribution of, i. 482.
Magnets, to, i. 482-3, 488.
Specialisation of undifferentiated, i. 224,

478.

Transposition of senses, i. 191-2, 500-2.
Sensory automatism

Genius and hypnotism, relation to, i.

104.

Hallucinations, see that title.
Healthy subjects of, i. 228.
Moral predisposing causes for, i. 229.
Motor automatisms, compared with, ii.

77, 115-16; closely allied with, ii. 103,

520.
Nature of, i. 222.



Scope of subject, i. 23-5.
and
proved by, ii. 76.



Spirit, existence and persistence of,



Spiritually controlled, ii. 550.

Telepathy a prerequisite of, i. 241.
Sewel, Dr. J., ii. 321.

Sexual passion, disorders of, cured by hypnot-
ism, i. 176-^7.

Seybert, Henry, cited, ii. 503.
Shagren, Mrs., vision seen by, 421-3.
Shell-hearing, L 275.
Shells, theory of, ii. 11.



INDEX



655



Shelley criticised, i. 97.
Shock, catalepsy, &c., induced by, i. 163.
Shyness, hypnotic influence on, i. 178, 179.
Sidgwick, Mrs.

Case attested by,'i. 654.

Case investigated by, ii. 342.

Case reported by, i. 543-6.

Census of Hallucinations, on committee

of, i. 570.
Cited, i. 402, 406, 599 note ; ii. 71 note,

501-2 and note.
Cross-examination of witnesses by, i.

640.
Experiments by, i. 171, 190, 208, 240,

452^5. 535-9-

Experiments watched by, i. 547, 551.
Quoted, i. 282-4, 682-5 5 " 7 2 ant * *<>*'-

75 and note.
Sidgwick, Prof.

Cases attested by, i. 649; ii. 33.
Cases investigated by, i. 678; ii. 342.
Case reported by, ii. 122-3.
Census of Hallucinations under direc-
tion of, i. 570.

Cited, i. 144, 146, 599 note ; ii. 501-2.
Cross-examination of witnesses by, i.

640.

Experiments by, i. 499, 600.
Experiments watched by, i. 547.
Presidency of S.P.R. first held by, ii.

224.

Sidis, Dr. Boris, cited, i. 61 and note.
Sight, see Visual faculty.
Silent willing, i. 208, 539-40.
Simpson, Anne, apparition seen by, ii. 348.
Sinclair, B. F., apparition of, i. 697-8.
Skae, Dr. David, case reported by, i. 321-2.
Skeat, Prof., cited, ii. 230.
Skilton, J. W., case of, h. 571-2.
Skirving, Alexander, case of, ii. 114, 415-16.
Sleep (see also Dream)

" Anatomy of Sleep," cited, ii. 148.
Break in series of psychological changes

possibly at the point of, i. 39.
Genius compared with, i. 135.
Hypersesthesia of, i. 124-5, 3^9-
Hypnotism, a developed form of, i. 90,
202; contrasted with, i. 170, 172;
applied to, restricting causes of wak-
ing, i. 196.
Incantation compared to, by spirits, ii.

254.

Maximum of, not discovered, i. 152.
Mentation during, i. 89-90.
Nature of, i. 122, 150, 221.
Preaching during, i. 519 and notes.
Recuperative power of, i. 123, 126, 150,

202; ii. 81.

Reversion and preversion in, i. 21.
Rocking to induce, i. 165.
Secondary personality of, i. 66; begin-
ning in, i. 333, 336.
Self-projection during, i. 295.
Somnambulism, relation to, i. 123.
Subliminal self active in, i. 155, 220-1 ;

ii. 81.

Trance replacing, i. 353.
Travelling clairvoyance in, ii. 193.
Sleep-waking, see Somnambulism.



Smell, sense of

Analogy from, ii. 85 note l.

Divisibility of, theoretically possible, i.

484.

Hallucination of, i. ^1-2, 86-7.
HypersEsthesia of, ii. 414.
Motor inhibition possibly due to, ii. 107,

109.

Transference of, i. 613.
Smith, Mile., case of, ii. 503.

, Mrs., dream of, i. 416-17.

, G. A., experiments by, i. 451-5, 499,

534-4", 547-53, 578-84.

, George Main, table-tilting experiments

by, ii. 144, 425-6.

, H. Arthur, planchette experiences of,

ii. 120-2.

, H. Babbington, cited, ii. 168, 458-60.

, H61ene, Mile., case of, ii. 131-44 ;

case cited, i. 305 ; ii. 95 note, 230.
, Mrs. J. P., apparition seen by, ii. 342-

, J. w., cited, i. 601 note.

Smoking, hypnotic cure of, i. 463-4.

Smyth, Sibbie (nee Towns), apparition seen

by, ii. 62-3.

Society for Psychical Research
Founding of, i. 8 note 1 ; ii. 224.
Function of, ii. 292-307.
Methods of, i. 7-8.
Test letters to be sent to, suggestions

regarding, ii. 499.
Socrates

Clairvoyance of, ii. 141.
Daemon of, i. 108; ii. 95-100, 103.
Vision of, ii. 273-4.
4 Sogenannte Hypnose der Tiere, Die,"

cited, i. 442.

Solovyoff, V. S., cited, ii. 502.
" Some Account of the Vampires of Onset,"

cited, ii. 503.

" Sommeil et les Rives, Les," cited, i. 132.
Somnambulism

Accidents rare in, i. 198.
Analogy from, for post-mortem communi-
cations, ii. 6.

Cases of, i. 204-5, S 10 ^ 20 -
Diseases prescribed for during, i. 520.
Genius compared with, i. 124.
Hypnotic trance of wider range than, i.

178, 193 ; compared with, i. 198.
Hysteria compared with, i. 22.
Nature of, i. 203.
Phobie of, i. 467.
Prtcognition in, i. 204.
Secondary personality starting from, i.

505-6.

Self-absorption in, ii. 202.
Sleep, relation to, i. 123.
" Somnambulisme Provoque", Le," cited, i.

476, 491 note 1 , 502 note*.
" Somnolism and Psycheism," cited, i. 556.
Sorgel, case of, i. 308-9.
Soul, see Spirit.
Sound-seers, i. 224-5.
Space-
Ecstasy not necessarily involving change

of, ii. 259.
Intermediate conception of, i. 231 .



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INDEX



Space continued.

Spirit cognizance of, i. 231 ; ii. 252.
Spiritual phenomena in relation to, i. 30.
Telepathy, relation to, i. 30, 274-5.

Spalding, Miss Agnes, apparition seen by,
ii. 377-80.

Speech-
Hysteric disturbances of, i. 53, 65.
Limitations of, i. 98, 100.
Recovery of, by suggestion, i. 476.

Speer, Charlton, cited, ii. 227 note.

, Dr. Stanhope Templeman, observa-
tions of, i. 32 ; ii. 541 ; qualifications
of, as a witness, ii. 584-5.

, Mrs. Stanhope, ii. 227 note, 231, 515,

583-5-
Spirit-
Existence of, postulated, i. 74, 119, 151,
217-19, 231, 251; proved by sensory
automatisms, ii. 76.
Laws of matter an incidental case of

laws of, i. 488.

Material organisms controlled by, i.
217; ii. 204-5, 5 2I ~ 2 545 as viewed
by, ii. 545.

Persistence of, admissible of proof, ii.
79; proved by sensory automatisms,
ii. 76.

Spirit-drawings, symbolic character of, i. 100.
" Spirit Drawings," cited, i. 100 ; quoted,

ii. 400-1.

Spirit-healing, theory of, i. 212, 213.
" Spirit Identity," cited, ii. 167, 225, 583,

592-4.

Spirit-fights, ii. 541.
Spirit-possession, see Possession.
Spirit-rapping, see Raps.
" Spirit Slate-writing and Kindred Pheno-
mena," cited, ii. 503.
" Spirit Teachings "

Cited, ii. 224, 227 note, 228, 553, 583.
Preface quoted, ii. 588-91.
Spirits, disembodied, see Discarnate spirits.
Spiritual environment, i. 95-6, 215-19.
" Spiritual Magazine," quoted, i. 656-7.
Spiritualism

Books on (see also " Spirit Teachings "),
ii. 207 and note, 503, 541 note, 555,
579, 583.
Fraud in connection with, ii. 206-7 a *d

note.

Home, D. D., case of, ii. 221-3.
Methods of, i. 7; ii. 304-5.
Moses, Rev. W. S., case of, ii. 223-37.
Phenomena of, ii. 92-3.
Piper, Mrs., case of, ii. 237-56.
Pulpit attacks on, ii. 133-4.
Support of, by subliminal self theory,

i. 16.
" Spiritualisme : Faits Curieux," cited, ii.

440.

" Spiritualist," quoted, i. 654-5.
Squires, Mr., case of, i. 137.

, Jesse L., dream of, i. 379-81.

Squirrell, Elizabeth, case of, i. 520, 523-4.
Stack, J. H., cited, ii. ^501.
Stage-fright, hypnotic influence on, i. 195.
Starck, Lieut.-Col. N., communications to,
ii. 478-80.



" Statuvolism,'' cited, i. 160, 485, 500;
quoted, i. 555-6.

Stealing, see Kleptomania.

Steel, Mr., experiments by, i. 603 seq.

Stevens, Dr. E. W., cited, i. 338 ; quoted, i.
360-5.

Stevenson, J., auditory hallucination of, i.
274.

, R. L., dreams of, i. 91, 126, 303 ;

ii. 144 ; delirious illusions of, i. 300-3.

Stewart, Miss, phantasm of, ii. 377-80.

, Prof. Balfour, experiments by, i. 600.

, David, case sent by, ii. 362.

Stigmatisation, i. 188, 492-5, 497; ii. 513-14,
527.

Stimulants, impulse to, cured by hypnotism,
i. 176.

Stimulus and check in education and hypno-
tism, i. 173-5.

Stoicism, i. 212."

Stone, Mrs., apparitions of, i. 648-9.

" Storia di un Caso d'Isterismo con Sogna-
zione Spontanea," cited, i. 500 note,
520.

Stone, Mrs., apparition seen by, i. 144-7 >
caseef, cited, i. 284 ; ii. 18-19, 42, 52.

Stramm, Mile. (Mme. Kaigorodoff), com-
munications to, ii. 170-1, 466-71.

Stubbing, Mrs., dream of, i. 415.

Stuckenborg, Mrs., case of, i. 495.

" Studien iiber Hysteric," cited, i. 51, 299.

" Studies in Psychical Research," cited, ii. 230
note, 502-3.

" Study of Fears," cited, 5. 41 note.

Stupor attonitus. i. 163.

Sturgis, Dr. Russell, cited, i. 40 note.

" Subconscient chez les Artistes, les Savants,
et les Ecrivains, Le," quoted, i. 89.

Subliminal, definition of term, i. 14.

" Subliminal Self or Unconscious Cerebra-
tion," cited, i. 12 note'*.

Substitutions of faculty, i. 477.

Suddick, Dr. S. T., case recorded by, ii.
489-93.

Suggestion (see also Hypnotism)
Cures effected by, i. 69.
Pre-conceptual, ii. 543-4.
Pre-natal, i. 455-8 ; ii. 515-16.
Self-suggestion started by, i. 154.

" Suggestion Hypnotique dans ses Rapports
avec le Droit Civil et le Droit Criminel,
La," cited, i. 513.

" Suggestions - Therapie bei krankhaften
Erscheinungen des Geschlechts-Le-
bens, Die," cited, i. 177 note.

" Suggestions - Therapie bei krankhaften
Erscheinungen des Geschlechtssinnes,
Die," cited, i. 459.

Suicide, phantoms in connection with, i.
271-2.

Summerbell, Miss L. D., planchette experi-
ments by, ii. 145-6.

Sun -circles, ii. 570.

Supernormal

Abnormal contrasted with, ii. 85.
Definition of term, i. 5 note.

Supervision by subliminal self, i. 45.

Supplication, definition of, ii. 310.

Surgical operations under hypnotism, i. 160.



INDEX



657



Surin, Pere, case of, cited, i. 304.
Survival

Agnosticism regarding, i. i; ii. 296-7,
307-

Proof of conceivable, ii. 79 ; furnished

by sensory automatisms, ii. 76.
Sutton, Mrs., communications to, ii. 245-7.
Swedenborg, Emmanuel

Case of, i. 5 ; ii. 191, 218-20, 569-70.

Cited, ii. 308.

Communications from, ii. 596.
Sycosis menti, cure of, by suggestion, i. 472.
Symbolism

Art, in, i. 101.

Communication by means of, i. 100-1.

Reality compared with, i. 277.

Telaesthetic vision, in, i. 276-7.
"Symposium," quoted, i. 113-15.
Synaesthesia, i. 224-5, 2 79 " 2 7-
Synthetic Society, The, paper read before,

ii. 287 note.
Syringomyelitis, anaesthesia of, i. 44.

T. (Dufouris 1 patient), case of, i. 518.

, Mr., experiments with, i. 453-5, 547-51,



, Mrs., case of, i. 148-50; ii. 34.

Tabes dorsalis, i. 44.

Table-tilting, ii. 92-4, 144, 150-3, 156-9, 207,

248 note, 423-6, 477, 489-91.
Table-turning, ii. 92-4; books on, ii. 555.
Tabour, Mrs., case reported by, i. 421-3.
Tactile sensibility, a motor inhibition possibly

due to, ii. no-n.
Taine, cited, i. 127.

Tait, William J., apparition seen by, i. 683-5.
Tandy, Rev. G. M., apparition seen by,

ii. 56-7.
Taste-

Coloured, i. 566 note l .

Community of, i. 541-2.

Stimulation of, in hysteria by red light,

i. 587 note*.
Transference of, i. 613.
Taunton, Mrs., apparition seen by, i. 281,

666-7.
Taylor, Col. G. L. le M., experiments by,

i. 598-9.

Teale, Dr., case of patient of, i. 491 note*.
- Mrs., case of, cited, ii. 18.
Telaesthesia

Case of, ii. 111-14; where agent retains

memory of circumstance, i. 279-86 ;

where agent and percipient retain

memory of circumstance, i. 291 ; where

only percipient retains memory of

circumstance, i. 286-91 ; where know-

ledge not supraliminally remembered,

i. 2-0-5.
Crystal-vision and shell-hearing, in,

' 27 5-.
Dream, in, i. 275.

Excitement, scenes of, attracting clair-
voyant, i. 279, 281.

Genius, relation to, i. 108.

Hyperaesthesia merging into, i. 191-2,
275; ii. 264; possibly the explanation
of some apparent cases of, ii. 270.

Implications of, ii. 274.

VOL. II.



Telaesthesia continue J.

Lot-drawing, in, i. 671.

Methods of, i. 275.

Reciprocal, i. 291-6.

Retrocognitive, i. 31; ii. 248.

Scope of term, i. 136.

Somnambulism, in, i. 204.

Space and time problems of, i. 137.

Spiritually guided, ii. 551.

Split personality phenomena analogous
to, i. 250.

Swedenborg, of, see Swedenborg.

Symbolic character of visions in, i. 276-7.

Telepathy compared with, i. m ; in
relation to, i. 246, 278 ; sometimes in-
distinguishable from, ii. 518.

Terrene evolution not accountable for,
i. 118.

Time-relations in, i. 276, 282, 284, 285.

Uncertainty of experiment in, i. 292 and

note.
Telekinesis (see also Raps)

Books on, ii. 554.

Cases of, ii. 503-4.

Direct writing, ii. 535-6, 548.

Energy- in, ii. 529-30, 535.

Experiments in, i. 197.

Hyperboulia, relation to, ii. 522.

Home, case of, see Home.

Messages accompanied by. ii. 171, 187.

Moses, \V. S., case of, see Moses.

Nature of, ii. 116, 205, 207-8.

Phenomena of, ii. 545-8.
Teleological automatisms, ii. 132, 140-1.
Telepathy-
Agency, joint, in, i. 612-13; question of
agency in death phantasms, ii. 345.

Anaesthesia and rigidity, whether pro-
duced by, L 535-9-

Animals, between, possibility of, L 246
note ; from, i. 634-6.

Brain not necessary to transmission of,
ii. 195-6.

Cases of, i. 547-53, 600-34, 649-67, 672-
700; ii. 144-53,450.

Clairvoyant visions in, ii. 197.

Collective, i. 246, 248.

Crystal-vision in relation to, i. 238.

Discarnate spirits, from, L 246, 248 ; ii.

142-3-

Distance, from, i. 619-34.
Dream evincing, i. 147.
Etherial transmission of, ii. 195.
Evidence for, criticism of, i. 636-46.
Evolutive nature of, ii. 85 ana note i.
Expansion of idea of, ii. 281-2.
Experiments in (early), i. 243.
Flournoy on, ii. 141.
Genius, relation to, i. 108.
Ghosts in relation to, i. 25.
Gravitation, law of, analogous to, i. 38.
Hyperaesthesia merging into, ii. 517.
Hypnosis induced by, i. 207, 209, 484,

570 ; productive of, i. 210 ; ii. 8.
Implications of, ii. 274.
Importance of law of, i. 95-6; ii. 258.
Inadequacy of term, i. 136.
Intermediate position of, i. 231.
Malaise caused by, ii. 104.

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658



INDEX



Telepathy continued.

Mental habits in relation to, i. 598-600.
Messages by, experiments in, cited, i.

629-32.
Mind to mind theory of, untenable in

cases of possession, ii. 196.
Mixed, ii. 250.
Modification of pictures by percipient, i.

245.

Nature of, ii. 521-2.

Phinuit control in the light of, ii. 606-7.
Possession an extreme case of, ii. 194-5.
Prayer in relation to, ii. 306.
Presumptive evidence for, i. 241-2.
Prevalent as law in spiritual as well as

material world, i. 26.
Proximity in relation to, i. 244.
Psychical invasion perhaps indistinguish-
able from, in motor automatism, ii.
1 86.

Reciprocal, i. 248.

Savages, frequent among, ii. 85 note l.
Scope of term, i. 136.
Self-projection in, i. 251.
Sensory automatism, prerequisite of, i.

241.

Somnambulism, in, i. 204.
Spatial link in. i. 274-5.
Spontaneity of, ii. 149.
Telaesthesia compared with, i. 1 1 1 ; ' in
relation to, i. 246, 278 ; sometimes
indistinguishable from, ii. 518.
Telergy correlative to, ii. 197.
Terrene evolution not accountable for,

i. 118.

Threefold classification of, ii. 8.
Twinship in relation to, i. 272 and note.
Variability of, ii. 149.
Telergy, ii. 197, 204, 522, 526.
Temperature

Hypnotic influence on, i. 491 and note 4 .
Pain-sense distinguished from sense of,

i. 65-6.

Tennyson quoted, 11^276.
Terrors-
Agoraphobia, i. 42.
Hystero-epileptic attacks, in, i. 328-9.
Hypnotic effect on, i. 299.
Instinctive, i. 41.

Terry, Etta, automatic writing by, ii. 485-6.
Tertiary personality, i. 324-31.
Test of post-mortem identity, ii. 499.
Teste, Dr. Alphonse, cited, i. 485, 520.
Thach, Dr. W. T., quoted, ii. 564, 566.
Thames Tunnel accident, dream of, i. 280-1.
Thaw, Dr. A. Blair, cited, i. 601 note,

, Margaret and Ruthie, communications

from, ii. 621-2.

Theobald, Mprell, quoted, ii. 329-31.
Theology, discarnate spirits' messages not

concerned with, ii. 78-9, 133, 287, 308.
" Theory of Heat " cited, ii. 530 note.
Theosophical Society, inquiry regarding, ii.

501-2.

" The>apeutique Suggestive," quoted, i. 474.
Thermal sensibility ^distinguished from pain-
sense, i. 65-6 ; hypnotic effect on, i.
475-



Thomson, Miss Ethel, apparition seen by, i.
694-5.

, H. S., case of mesmeric efficacy of, i.

208, 309, 442-3.

, Isaac C , communications to, ii. 241.

Thornton, Abraham, telepathic case in regard

to, i. 661 .
Thorpe, Courtenay, apparition of, i. 281,

663-5.

Thought-transference, see Telepathy.
Thoulet, Prof., case of, ii. 212-13, 217, 262

note.

Thury, Prof., cited, ii. 555.
Tic convulsif, hypnotic cure of, i. 460.
Tic douloureux, hypnotic cure of, i. 470.
Time-
Calculation of, involved in post-hypnotic

suggestions, i. 502-10.
Crystal-visions, in, i. 246.
Hallucination of, i. 54.
Hauntings in relation to, ii. 76.
Precognition, see that title.
Retrocognition, see that title.
Spirit cognisance of, ii. 252.
Spiritual phenomena in relation to,

i. 31.

Subliminal sense of, i. 85-6.
Telaesthesia, in, i. 276, 282, 284, 285.
Timmin, Marian, case of, cited, ii. 230.
Tissi6, Dr., case of patient of, i. 129-30, 370.
Tobacco-smoking, hypnotic cure of, i. 463-

464.

Tolosa-Latour, Dr., experiment by, i. 533.
Tourette, Gilles de la, cited, i. 514; ii. 422.
Tout, Hill, case of, cited, ii. 133.
Towns, Capt., apparition of, ii. 62-3.
Townshend, Rev. C. H., cited, i. 543.
Traducianist Theory, ii. 266-7.
Trance

Bertrand, Rev. L. J., case of, ii. 322-3.
Break in series of psychological changes

possibly at the point of, i. 39.
Death conditions of communicating

spirit reproduced in, ii. 220.
Home, D. D., case of, ii. 221-3.
Kinds of, ii. 191, 204.
Luminosity in, ii. 515.
Moses, W. S., case of, ii. 226-7.
Nature of, ii. 196-8, 205, 524.
Piper, Mrs., case of, ii. 237-56.
Skilton, J. W., case of, ii. 571-2.
Sleep replaced by, i. 353; resembled

by, ii. 193.

Swedenborg, of, see Sweden borg.
Three main types of, ii. 217.
Varying quality of, ii. 239.
Wiltse, Dr., case of, ii. 315-22.
Trance-speakers, professional, self-hypnotisa-

tion of, i. 195.
"Transactions of the College of Surgeons of

Philadelphia," quoted, i. 336.
Transmigration (see also Reincarnation), ii.

267.

Transposition of senses, i. 191-2, 500-2.
Travers, Thomas (Howells), case of, ii.

1 49-53-

" Tribune M6dicale," quoted, i. 530.
Trowbridge, Dr. G. R., cited, i. 309.
Truesdell, John W., cited, ii. 503.



INDEX



659



Tuckey, Lloyd, cited, i. 462.
Tudor, William, dream of, i. 300-400.
Tumours, analogy from, for utees fixes, i. 40.
Twinship in relation to telepathy, i. 272 and

note.
Tyre, Miss L., apparition seen by, ii. 360-1.

" Ueber die Trugwahrnehmung," cited, i.

645 note 2 .

Unconscious cerebration theory, ii. 519 note.
Unconscious simulation, i. 477.
Underwood, B. F., communications to, ii.

462-6.
- , Mrs., automatic writing by, ii. 168,

461 and note'*-466.

Uniformity of material Nature, ii. 300-1.
Unity-

Consciousness, of, dreams subversive of,

i. 58.

Cosmic, ii. 298.
Human, ii. 282, 287, 303.
" Urbain Grandier et les Poss6dees de

Loudun," cited, ii. 423 note.
Urbantschisch, cited, i. 587 note' 1 .
" Use of Hypnotism in the First Degree,

The," cited, i. 40 note.
Useless, anti-scientific nature of term, i. 150.

V., Mrs., apparitions seen by, ii. 26-7,

33 2 ~3-
, Mrs., planchette writing by, ii. 161-2;

spirit reference to, ii. 457.
Value of human being, test of, ii. 132.
Vane, Lady, case reported by, ii. 438-40.
Varis, Chris., prophecy regarding, ii. 489-93.
Varley, Cromwell F., case reported by, i.

654.
Vaso-motor system

Hypnotic influence on, i. 187-8, 191,



490-5-
ele



Telepathic influence on, ii. 103-4.
Vaughan, Rev. Edward T., case recorded

by, ii. 504-5.
Vennum, Mary Lurancy ( " Watseka

Wonder "), case of, i. 360-8.
Venter, Mrs. (Miss Mabel Jenness), dream

of, i. 423-4.

Verity family, apparition seen by, i. 292-6.
Verrall, Mrs.

Case of crystal-visions of, i. 238, 584-6.

Experiments by, i. 578.

Motor inhibition of, ii. 105, 140, 268,

410.

Musical dream of, i. 126.
Quoted, i. 569-70.
Verworn, cited, i. 442.
Vesci, Lady de, case of, ii. 104, 409-10.
Vesication, hypnotic production of, i. 188,

193-4. 493-9.

" Vesillo Spiritista," quoted, ii. 480-2.
Vibrations

Human organism a complex of, ii. 88.
Telepathy in relation to, i. 245-6 ; ii.

Mi-

Vicars, Mrs. G. Rayleigh (Miss Edith
Maughan), apparitions of, i. 653-4,
693-5.

Violence, tendency to, cured by hypnotism,
i. 176.



Virgil, cited, i. 124.

Vis meclicatrix Nature, i. 216.

Visual faculty

After-images, i. 225.

Entoptic, i. 225.

Etherial environment assumed for, ii.

298.

Genius, of, i. 227.

Hallucinations involving, stronger evi-
dentially than those involving audi-
tory, i. 254 note.
Hallucinatory figures behind himself

seen by percipient, i. 281.
Hypnagogic pictures, in, i. 125.
Hypnotic influence on, i. 184-5, 475~9-
Hysteric effect on, i. 47, 353.
Imagination-images, i. 226-7.
Inward, i. 103; ii. 300; imperfect co-
ordination of inward with outward, L
277, 281.

Memory-images, i. 226.
Non-optical, i. 223-4, 22 9 2 &4-
Other impressions expressed by means

of, i. 570.

Specialisation of, i. 224.
Stimulation of, by tuning-fork, i. 587

note*.

Theoretical possibilities of, i. 230, 231.
Transposition of, i. 500-2.
Visions

Clairvoyant, i. 137, 139, 143 ; ii. 441.
Consolatory, ii. 26, 37^.
Crystal, see Crystal-vision.
Smith, Helene, case of, ii. 142-3.
Vital Phenomena, scheme of, ii. 505-54.
Vlavianos, Dr., case reported by, i. 460;

cited, i. 462, 464.
Viv6, Louis, case of, i. 62-4, 193-4, 338-43,

482, 407.
Voisin, Dr. Auguste

Cases of patients of, i. 129, 463, 517-18.

Cited, i. 459, 460, 462.



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