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I have slept in cemeteries, in haunted houses and rooms where murders have been committed, and outside of an un- comfortable feeling from loss of sleep have never had any experiences. Thanks for telling us about the problem. We must only admit that which has been proved. The inconsistency of psychic students is here shown: I am in a position to state that Bert Reese not only confessed his manipulations to mne, but begged me in front of witnesses not to expose him.
It is more likely that the newer admixture into the American stock, which is everywhere proceeding, will on the whole prove a wholesome stimulus and a leaven that will result in a substantial benefit for the future. We cannot take all the observers for hallucinated persons. On page 14I, he shuns accepting a rational explanation and plausible cause and persists in press- ing his claim to phenomenal mystery.
Haunted Houses.by Camille Flammarion
He admits it because he is willing to believe, even with- out evidential proof. Home Documents Haunted Houses. Just the usual form of logical con- clusions practiced by and acceptable to “psychic students. He al- ways ignores the fool side, and gives im- portance to the willingness to believe.
Steve Parcell marked it as to-read Aug 22, Haunted Houses by Camille Flammarion. Books by Camille Flammarion. It is either a fact or a myth. Whatever way you look at them, they are to blame.
Humberto Ciucio marked it as to-read Jan 30, Stephanie McGarrah marked it as to-read May 11, It would also seem quite befitting, be- fore venturing into the depths of “Haunted Houses,” to give a brief refer- ence to the author and his recorded at- titude. The prologue of “Haunted Houses” is filled with re-hashed hearsay stories, nar- ration flammarion dreams and hallucinary recur- rences, many years after the dream might have been experienced or the thing have seemed to happen.
Johan Norberg marked it as to-read May 06, Francisco Bifano rated casqs really liked it Feb 27, In setting a financial value upon their talents, they seem to the moralist, who is investigating still unexplained phenomena, to place themselves on assomgradas level of mountebanks.
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Gavin marked it as to-read Jul 10, He does not attempt to explain anything be- yond camillf personal belief, and that he has implicit confidence in each and every one who has written him, aggregating hun- dreds of letters. Haunted houses are blamed on idiots, silly children, revengeful murdered persons, suicidcs and the like. Bert Reese pos- sessing supernormal powers. Kevin marked it as to-read Jan 02, Tam Abramian marked it as to-read Jan 13, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Flammarion apparently follows the teaching of my friend, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, believing all he hears and sees that is favorable, without the slightest spark of evidence in substantiation. The first nineteen pages are devoted to Spiritualism and Materialism and on page z he snaps judg- ment and maintains the same attitude through the pages: All I wanted in undertaking this examination was to have the opportunity of saying this: JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, asosmbradas build upon a wide range ofcontent in a trusted digital archive.
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What we must explain is the coincidence of death with apparition. We must study without prejudice and above all, we must remain free and in- dependent.
Haunted Houses by Camille Flammarion
The old and convenient hypothesis of a simple hal- lucination no longer satisfies us today. It is a heterogeneous col- lection of data relating to so-called psychic phenomena and occult manifestations, substantiated only by the writer’s personal conclusions and opinions.
Cambria marked it as to-read Mar 31, In one haunted house in particular that I in- vestigated at four o’clock in the mnorning, dishes would rattle and fall, doors would swing open, and things placed on the shelves would be thrown on the floor. Page seems like a re-hash of stories they used to tell about the Davenport brothers. Papyrus rated it liked it Nov 05, Return to Book Page.
When our in- formation shows that we have to do with honest people, does not the simplest com- mon sense enjoin upon us to accept the narratives, to control them as best we can, and to interpret camills with attentive care, after climinating cases of illusion and hallucination? This is what we must admit andex- plain. We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new formsof scholarship. This is the latest production from the pen of Camille Flammarion, the scholarly and eminently distinguished French as- tronomer.
None of these new- comers are physically so different from the older stock that the admixture with them could be regarded as of possible biological danger. The newer ad- xamille will retard the completion of a definite American physical type, but there is no indication that they constitute any real danger.