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Bog-lights, vapours of mysticism, psychic overtones, soul orgies, wailings among the shadows, weird gnosticisms, veils and tissues of words, gibbering subjectivisms, gropings and maunderings, ontological fantasies, pan-psychic hallucinations--this is the stuff, the phantasms of hope, that fills your bookshelves.
Similarly those abnormal psychic states which are not inborn, but arise from the concomitance of certain other elements, and are difficult to remove, or altogether permanent, are called qualities, for in virtue of them men are said to be such and such.
Without warning, the psychic battle between the two individualities began afresh.
I do know that I was growing nervous, standing there like a psychic fool with all your solemn faces turned upon me.
He had talked to the man who called himself a magician, and not only surprised but scandalized the company by an equally sympathetic familiarity with the most fantastic forms of Oriental occultism and psychic experiment.
What he calls a thought (Gedanke) cannot be reduced, according to him, to other psychic occurrences.
It's wings are typical of the aerial powers of the psychic faculties.
Perhaps such scientific natures have some psychic prevision of the most tremendous problem of their lives.
Ignorant people consider psychics and those with open third eyes to be weird or eccentric because they do not understand the nature of the psychic universe in which such people move and exist.
She hoped that future civil rights activity will include society's acceptance of psychics.
The fair features four energy healers, health products, five psychics, essential oils and unique gift items from local vendors.
For 20 years, Emmy Award-winning journalist Jenniffer Weigel has been interviewing and investigating mediums, psychics, and healers.