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Strange Visitors: A series of original papers embracing philosophy, science, government, religion, poetry, art, fiction, satire, humor, narrative and prophecy by the spirits of Irving, Willis, Thackeray, Bronte, Horn, Henry J.  (editor). A Clairvoyant.
1 Horn, Henry J. (editor). A Clairvoyant. Strange Visitors: A series of original papers embracing philosophy, science, government, religion, poetry, art, fiction, satire, humor, narrative and prophecy by the spirits of Irving, Willis, Thackeray, Bronte
Boston Colby and Rich, Publisher 1884 no Cloth Very Good 
Stated fifth edition. Maroon cloth. Viii, 9-250 pp. A collection of writings by various noted authors, channeled through a spirit medium and transcribed. This includes work by Edgar Allan Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Washington Irving, Charlotte Bronte and many others, featuring prose and poetry that reflects thoughts on the afterlife as well as that on earth. VERY GOOD condition. Offsetting/fading along the front fore edge. Corners and spine tips frayed, scuffed and worn. Owner's signature/address present. Paper toned in the interior. See Sabin 33020 for the first edition. 
Price: 80.00 USD
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2 Hull, D.W. The Hereafter: A Scientific, Phenomenal, and Biblical Demonstration of a Future Life
Boston William White and Company 1873 no Cloth Good No Jacket Ex-Library 
Dark brown pebbled cloth. 156 pp. An attempt to explain the existence of the afterlife, drawing on many biblical anecdotes, as well as studying the physiology of humans and animals, electro-magnetism, etc. A chapter on the phenomena of occult forces details magnetic forces and healing, mind-reading, clairvoyance and dreams, as well as witchcraft, in brief. Phenomenal evidence is also cited, including the witnessing of spirits. D.W. Hull and his perhaps better known brother, Moses Hull, edited Hull's Crucible in the 1870s, both being proponents of spiritualism as well as sex reform. GOOD condition, ex-church library. Small sticker on the spine, with several provenance/library pastedowns on the inside front cover. General fading, minor soiling and minor to moderate scuffing to the covers. Some bumping and scuffing along the extremities. Ownership signature present in the interior. Offsetting and some glue stains to the inside front cover. Text block solid, with scattered pencil underlining, tick marks and notations throughout. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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3 Lodge, Sir Oliver The Immortality of the Soul.
Boston The Ball Publishing Company 1908 no Cloth Good No Jacket 
Green cloth. No jacket. 101 pp. An address by Sir Oliver Lodge exploring the concept of the soul and its immortality, drawing on scientific principles/ideas to support his claim. Sir Oliver Lodge was a British scientist, with notable contributions in the field of electromagnetics and radio. He was also a noted Christian Spiritualist, conducting research into Spiritualism and asserting that an ether existed in which the spirit world lived, this based on his electromagnetic research. GOOD+ condition. Minor white paint spots/smudges to the rear cover. Minor soiling to the front. Light edgewear. Page edges foxed. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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