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SPIRIT-IDENTITY

 

BY

 

REV. W. STAINTON MOSES

 

1902

 

 

 

PREFACE

INTRODUCTION

DIFFICULTIES IN THE WAY OF INVESTIGATION

DIVERGENT RESULTS OF INVESTIGATORS

ATTITUDE OF OPINION REPRESSES PUBLICATION OF FACTS

THIS RESULTS ALSO FROM THE INHERENT NATURE OF THE FACTS

THE INTELLIGENT OPERATOR HAS TO BE RECKONED WITH

THE GATES BEING AJAR, A MOTLEY-CROWD RUSHES IN

NEGLECT OF CONDITIONS IN INVESTIGATING

AGENCIES OTHER THAN THOSE OF THE DEPARTED

RELIGIOUS ASPECTS OF THE QUESTION

THE INTELLIGENT OPERATOR AT THE OTHER END OF THE LINE

SCOPE OF THE INQUIRY

THE NATURE OF THE INTELLIGENCE

WHAT IS THE INTELLIGENCE?

ASSUMPTION OF GREAT NAMES

ABSENCE OF PRECISION IN STATEMENT

CONTRADICTORY MESSAGES

CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH GOOD EVIDENCE IS OBTAINED

VALUE OF CORROBORATIVE TESTIMONY

PERSONAL EXPERIENCES

INFLUENCE OF ASSOCIATION, ESPECIALLY OF LOCALITY.

SPIRITS WHO HAVE COMMUNICATED FOR A LONG PERIOD

CHILD-SPIRITS COMMUNICATING

OTHER EVIDENCES OF IDENTITY

A POSSIBLE MISCONCEPTION GUARDED AGAINST

GENERAL CONCLUSIONS

PERSONAL IMMORTALITY, AND PERSONAL RECOGNITION