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Telepathy, Its Nature and Future Possibilities

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Telepathy, Its Nature and Future Possibilities is a letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle first published in Light on 22 june 1918.


Telepathy, Its Nature and Future Possibilities

Light (22 june 1918, p. 195)

VIII. — By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

In response to your request I wish I could say anything of any interest upon this subject, but I have no clear vision in my own mind, save that I am well convinced of its existence. I have found that with a good subject I could myself transfer such simple images as a triangle inside a circle, the percipient drawing the figure almost as quickly as I did. How it comes about, or what extensions may come from it, is a mystery to me. It may be brain acting upon brain, or it may be spirit whispering to spirit. Nothing seems sure save the fact.

A. CONAN DOYLE





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