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Palladino, Eusapia - Paris 1898

Identifier

020428

Type of Spiritual Experience

Background

A description of the experience

The History of Spiritualism – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - CHAPTER XV - THE CAREER OF EUSAPIA  PALLADINO

The last example we shall give occurred in Paris, in 1898, at a sitting at which M. Flammarion was present, when M. Le Bocain addressed a materialized spirit in Arabic, saying: " If it is really thou, Rosalie, who art in the midst of us, pull the hair on the back of my head three times in succession." About ten minutes later, and when M. Le Bocain had almost completely forgotten his request, he felt his hair pulled three separate times, just as he had desired. He says: " I certify this fact, which, besides, formed for me a most convincing proof of the presence of a familiar spirit close about us." He adds that it is hardly necessary to say that Eusapia knows no Arabic.

The source of the experience

Palladino, Eusapia

Concepts, symbols and science items

Concepts

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Science Items

Activities and commonsteps

Activities

Suppressions

Being left handed
Brain damage

Commonsteps

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