Telepathy and the Subliminal Self - Hypnotism Automatism Dreams Phantasms
by R. Osgood Mason, A.M., M.D.
To whatever conclusions it may lead us, there is no mistaking the fact that now more than ever before is the public interested in matters relating to theN ew Psychology. Scarcely a day passes that notice of some unusual psychical experience or startling phenomenon does not appear in popular literature. The newspaper, the magazine, and the novel vie with each other in their efforts to excite interest and attract attention by the display of these strange incidents, presented sometimes with intelligence and taste, but oftener with a culpable disregard of both taste and truth. The general reader is not yet critical regarding these matters, but he is at least interested, and desires to know what can be relied upon as established truth amongst these various reports.
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