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vol. 1, p. 200
from Adyar archives of the International Theosophical Society
vol. 1 (1874-1876)


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< Ghost Land (continued from page 1-199) >

If the narratives herein detailed faithfully represent the mystic action of mind upon mind, the fearful phenomenon of obsession, the possibility of an actual life transfer, and the interposition beings in human affairs whose existence supplies the missing link which connects the realm of animate and inanimate nature, then is this work; however crude in style or imperfect in philosophical deduction, a most important and noteworthy one; it ought to be thus regarded, because it narrates step by step and incident by incident, actualities which may one day become the experience of the many rather than the few.

The Author of "Art Magic"


Remember the sorrowful fable of the ass in the lion's skin and beware of a real Roberts!

wild boar

"Occultism" vs. Spiritualism


Editor's notes

  1. The Author of "Art Magic" by unknown author
  2. image by unknown author. Dog barking on ass
  3. image by unknown author. Boar
  4. "Occultism" vs. Spiritualism by Roberts, J. M., Banner of Light