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By T. C. Lethbridge, Tom Graves, Janet Hoult

T.C. Lethbridge (died 1971) was once an archaeologist, psychic researcher dowser, and explorer. This booklet is his later paintings studied: ghosts are photographs produced via human minds instead of the spirit of the departed; there's something absolutely mistaken with our inspiration of time; and that magic is the appliance resonance. His paintings has been professionally researched. There are informative tables and subject illustrations.

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One begins to see how magic could work and that, although its real working belongs to the psyche-fields and sixth senses, since these are closely linked with the material bodies of their owners, magic could react on these bodies. If this is the case there is no difference between magic and miracle. All are concerned with unexplored electro-magnetic conditions and, since nobody really knows what electricity is, they are probably just a facet of life itself. Perhaps this is similar to or the same as what is known as a 'double'.

Of course, people vary very much in the trust which they place in the statements of others. Some believe every word they see in print and doubt all that is told them by word of mouth; others have the reverse attitude. One finds that the majority of naturalists will only credit the statements of other people when they happen to agree with what they have them­ selves observed; while trained scientists will scarcely believe anything which they cannot weigh or measure. But not all these pictures of emotion held in the fields of force are pleasant, or just eerie.

Very warm and muggy,' he replied. These incidents started a train of thought, which I shall presently try to discuss. But I have not yet finished with Ladram Bay. The success of the seaweed gathering of course suggested a need for more. Although I have no affection for these ghouls, curiosity was too strong for me to refuse. The following Saturday, 3 February, we set out again for Ladram, with two sacks this time. The idea of water was now firmly in my head. The weather was as warm as before and it was drizzling.

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