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PSYCHIC PHENOMENA OF JAMAICA

By JOSEPH J. WILLIAMS, S.J.

Ph.D. (Ethnol.), Litt.D.
Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Boston College Graduate School
FELLOW of The Royal Anthropological Institute; The Royal Geographical Society; The American Geographical Society; The Royal Society of Arts.
MEMBER of Congrès International des Sciences Anthropologiques et Ethnologiques; International Institute of African Languages and Cultures; American Association for the Advancement of Science; American Council of Learned Societies; American Anthropological Association; American Ethnological Society; Catholic Anthropological Conference; American Folklore Society; African Society; etc.
AUTHOR of "Voodoos and Obeahs," "Hebrewisms of West Africa," "Whence the 'Black Irish' of Jamaica?" "Whisperings of the Caribbean," etc.

THE DIAL PRESS

NEW YORK

[1934]

 

INTRODUCTION

ASHANTI CULTURAL INFLUENCE IN JAMAICA

JAMAICA WITCHCRAFT

APPLIED MAGIC

POPULAR BELIEF IN GHOSTS

FUNERAL CUSTOMS

POLTERGEIST

CONCLUSIONS

DOCUMENTATION

BIBLIOGRAPHY