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vol. 1, p. 182
from Adyar archives of the International Theosophical Society
vol. 1 (1874-1876)


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< Justice to Slade (continued from page 1-181) >


The British Association on Spiritualism


The Credulity of Skeptics

Two physicians in London, who are evidently courting notoriety, visited Dr. Slade, and came away with the assertion that they had exposed him. Their explanation of the phenomenon of slate writing is that he writes the messages before be hands the slate up for the unseen force to write them. The London Times, a journal which would not send a correspondent to witness the manifestations through Dr. Slade, when invited to do so, free of expense, admits the letters of these gentlemen to its columns. It is noticeable that these papers, both secular

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Editor's notes

  1. The British Association on Spiritualism by London Spectator
  2. The Credulity of Skeptics by unknown author, Spiritual Scientist, v. 5, No. 5, October 5, 1876, p. 54