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A Photograph Of The Soul

Auhtor: Daniel Clark

Language: english

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Review by A. Dent, November 2009


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Summary of the Book 'A Photograph Of The Soul':

Daniel is the central protagonist of the Book of Daniel. According to the biblical book at a young age Daniel was carried off to Babylon where he became famous for interpreting dreams and rose to become one of the most important figures in the court.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Photograph Of The Soul':


... of the circulation of the blood. Newton had atheist hurled spitefully at him, because he enunciated the laws of gravitation. His enemies declared ...
... waltz are gorgeous butterflies that dazzle in the sunshine, but cower, and disappear, in the fierce storms of life, or in the dark days, which try ...
... not used, the capabilities of the others are enlarged. The soul takes loftier flights, in these so-called abnormal conditions. There is a sense which ...
... near his eyelids, and still sleep on. He will throw up his hand to defend his ear from the irritation of a tickling straw, and knows it not. He ...
... withdrawn from the windows? Is not the soul using the body, independently of the senses? Many persons hold, that the somnambulistic state ...
... subject of his thoughts. He detected this deceit, when water was given to him the place of brandy, which he had asked for. Finally, he knew nothing ...
... there would seem to be two intermittent phases of consciousness, entirely distinct from one another. Some call this two lives, which is a term scarcely ...
... At the same time, if the patient was more than ordinarily effected, a trance state ensued, and feeling was lost. Cloquet, the justly celebrated ...
... Petetin caused seven persons to form a circle. Two of these held the hands of a cataleptic person, who could hear nothing, but, by the tips of the fingers. ...
... although many miles distant, there is a current of something passing between them, so that the thoughts, feelings, or sensations of the weaker party, ...
... and considerable uneasiness. his shirt was wet through, with perspiration. He wished to retire to his room but they detained him. In a few minutes he ...
... or too remote from, the sun. He said that the inhabitants of the different planets are very diverse that the earth is best off, for that man has double ...
... of the mental phenomena, cannot be confined to the brain, but that it exists in a latent state in every part of the organism. That accepts all that ...
... is rigidity, as of a dead body. In epidemics, such, are often buried alive, as all physical signs indicate death. Physicians, qualified to judge, ...
... nature of man-body, mind, and spirit. Rev. George Sanby, in his work on Mesmerism, tells that George Fox, the celebrated father of Quakerism, ...
... penitence. From the meeting they went to their shoe shops, to finish some work, before going to the meeting in the evening. On seating themselves, they ...
... years ago. So spasmodic were the actions of the affected, that in common language they were called the jerks. The eccentric Loronzo Dow, in his journal, ...
... more and more, and to permit Satan to tempt and seduce others to the same wicked and dangerous snare. (Edinburgh Review, Jan. 1847.) Mesmeric ...
... were produced, and at last became realities to the consciousness of the victims. Sir Walter Scott, Draper, Carpenter, De Boismont, Langlois, and others, ...
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