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The Unknown Guest

The Unknown Guest

The Unknown Guest1 My Essay on Death[1] led me to make a conscientious enquiry into the present...
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Author: Maeterlinck, Maurice,1862-1949
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Language: English
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The Unknown Guest

The Unknown Guest

$1,488.88 $4.65

The Unknown Guest

$1,488.88 $4.65
Author: Maeterlinck, Maurice,1862-1949
Format: eBook
Language: English

The Unknown Guest

1 My Essay on Death[1] led me to make a conscientious enquiry into the present position of the great mystery, an enquiry which I have endeavoured to render as complete as possible. I had hoped that a single volume would be able to contain the result of these investigations, which, I may say at once, will teach nothing to those who have been over the same ground and which have nothing to recommend them except their sincerity, their impartiality and a certain scrupulous accuracy. But, as I proceeded, I saw the field widening under my feet, so much so that I have been obliged to divide my work into two almost equal parts. The first is now published and is a brief study of veridical apparitions and hallucinations and haunted houses, or, if you will, the phantasms of the living and the dead; of those manifestations which have been oddly and not very appropriately described as "psychometric"; of the knowledge of the future: presentiments, omens, premonitions, precognitions and the rest; and lastly of the Elberfeld horses. In the second, which will be published later, I shall treat of the miracles of Lourdes and other places, the phenomena of so called materialization, of the divining-rod and of fluidic asepsis, not unmindful withal of a diamond dust of the miraculous that hangs over the greater marvels in that strange atmosphere into which we are about to pass. [1] Published in English, in an enlarged form, under the title of Our Eternity (London and New York, 1913)Translator's Note. ......Buy Now (To Read More)

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Ebook Number: 2033
Author: Maeterlinck, Maurice
Release Date: Jan 1, 2000
Format: eBook
Language: English

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Translator: Teixeira de Mattos, Alexander, 1865-1921

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