The Survival of Man

by

Sir Oliver Lodge


The author gives an account of many of his investigations into matters connected
with psychical research during the last quarter of a century, with an abridgement of
contemporary records. His inquiry, following the lines of the Society for Psychical
Research, began with experimental telepathy; but the largest section of the book
treats of automatic writing, trance speech, and other instances of temporary lucidity,
— for in this department of the subject he considers that the most direct evidence for
continued personal existence and posthumous activity will most likely be found.



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