ESP and Hypnosis

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iUniverse, 1999 - 264 páginas
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Susy Smith, internationally known author of twenty-one books on parapsychology and the occult, traces the fascinting, many-faceted history of hypnosis—from its shady origins to its present status of quasi-respectability and its promising future as a tool for producing Extrasensory Perception.

In this book you will read about astonishing cases of hypnosis and the people who practice it.

The report of the California doctor who used hypnosis as the sole anesthetic in heart surgery on two teenagers . . .

The frightening story of a group of amateur hypnotists who placed a young girl in a trance so deep that she lost the use of English and began to speak in a strange, unknown language. The resulting loss of communication made it impossible for the hypnotists to bring the subject out of her trance . . .

The staggering implications of statistics—which show that many hypnotic trances lead to communication with the dead . . .

The Soviet professor who conducted long-distance telepathic hypnosis tests designed to make telepathy useful for the Russian cosmonauts . . .

Be sure to visit the Afterlife Codes website of the Susy Smith Project at www.afterlifecodes.com.

 

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Conteúdo

1 Image of a Harlot
1
2 Lurid Past
13
3 Mesmerism
22
4 Channel Crossing
33
5 Back Streets
43
6 Dark Alleys
55
7 American Advent
64
8 Schemes of SelfSuggestion
74
14 Multiple Personality
146
15 Dangers and Misapprehensions
158
16 Mesmerism Revisited
175
17 Hypnosis and Dreams
183
18 ESP Research Today
190
19 ESP Conditioning
203
20 ESP in Russia
213
21 Clever Hands
223

9 Rough Companions
85
10 Mrs Zand Her ESP
96
11 Mediumship
106
12 RolePlaying
120
13 Age Regression
132
22 Respectability?
230
Bibliography
239
Index
247
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Smith has had 45 years of research in the psychic field. She is founder of the Survival Research Foundation and the Susy Smith Project at the University of Arizona.

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