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After-death communications (edition 1918)

by L. Margery Bazett

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THIS short book contains the record of some of the communications received by me through automatic writing between the years 1916 and 1918. Its chief recommendation to public notice lies in the fact that the accounts given are strictly accurate, and that the statements made by communicators have been carefully verified, wherever possible. Pseudonyms are used, and names of places have been altered, to prevent recognition; in some cases also the rank of officers has been changed, for the same reason.… (more)
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Title:After-death communications
Authors:L. Margery Bazett
Info:Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, [1918]
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“A very useful little book with many good cases entirely beyond Criticism.” - Signed note on title-page in extant copy.
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THIS short book contains the record of some of the communications received by me through automatic writing between the years 1916 and 1918. Its chief recommendation to public notice lies in the fact that the accounts given are strictly accurate, and that the statements made by communicators have been carefully verified, wherever possible. Pseudonyms are used, and names of places have been altered, to prevent recognition; in some cases also the rank of officers has been changed, for the same reason.

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