Animal Magnetism, Or, Mesmerism and Its Phenomena
William Gregory's?Animal Magnetism is collection of writings that explains the causes, effects and usefulness of mesmerism. The book also discusses related terms and subjects like "lucid," "trance" and?"direct clairvoyance." Gregory notes that someone in a mesmeric state is both themselves and not themselves?a self that is in a different, higher state of being.
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Page 4 - Butlerof, in St. Petersburg ; to search for the explanation of this phenomenal power, and to prove its reality. I declare, moreover, the published opinions of laymen, as to the "How " of this subject to be premature, and according to my view and experience, false and onesided.