Illusions and delusions of the supernatural and the occult; the psychology of the occult.

; Rawcliffe, D. H. (Donovan Hilton) Psychology of the occult
New York, Dover [1959] .

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Other Authors Rawcliffe, D. H.
Subjects Parapsychology.
Description 551 pages illustrations.
Copyright Date [1959]
Notes Originally published in 1952 under title: The psychology of the occult.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 514-539) and index.
Contents Psychical research -- The subconscious mind -- Mental dissociation -- Suggestion -- Hysteria -- Hypnotism -- Hallucinations-visions and voices -- Scrying and crystal gazing -- Automatic writing -- Somnambulism, fugues, and multiple personality -- The spiritualistic medium and the mediumistic trance -- Mental healing -- Mystical experience and ecstasy -- The stigmata of the crucifixion -- Lycanthropy -- The oriental thaumaturgists -- Fire walking -- The Indian rope trick -- Primitive shamanism and modern spiritualism -- The "physical phenomena" of the seance room -- Eusapia Palladino -- Water divining and other forms of "dowsing" -- The "spontaneous phenomena" -- ESP experiments and the problem of sensory cues -- "Involuntary whispering" and auditory hyperacuity -- Criticism of the American ESP experimenters -- The telepathy experiments of Dr. S.G. Soal -- The logical status of telepathy and analogous concepts.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)988624
(OCoLC)ocm00988624
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WorldCat Identities Rawcliffe, D. H.
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