Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death – F. W. H. Myers

Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death - F. W. H. Myers This work, first published in the 19th century, was the culmination of more than 20 years of research into the survival of consciousness after death. Declaring the soul able to survive the death of the body was extremely daring at a time when the scientific community’s leaning toward materialism made it risky to even express the belief that man possesses a soul. The author’s fascination with spiritualism and mediumship led him to examine mediumistic communications in particular and psychic functioning in general.

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Crookes and the spirit world: A collection of writings by or concerning the work of Sir William Crookes
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The Gateway of Understanding - Carl Wickland
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The Coming Science - Hereward Carrington
Psychical Research and Survival - James H. Hyslop
Contact with the Other World - James H. Hyslop
Thirty Years Among the Dead - Carl Wickland
Ghost Hunters: William James and the Hunt for Scientific Proof of Life after Death - Deborah Blum
These Mysterious People -Nandor Fodor

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