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Just as soon as that link to the Words on a Wire podcast is live, I will post it here. Oy, the font. Dude, what were you smoking? How about WordCat? My guess is, not much, for the press was largely under the thumb of the ruling party and this sort of information about Mexican Presidents would have been, to say the least, unwelcome.

The rest of it was pristine; the pages had not even been cut. Noted German, Italian, and French scientists, such as Nobel prize-winning physiologist Charles Richet undertook the examination of these anomalous phenomena, but the British Society for Psychical Research, founded in , and the American Society for Psychical Research founded three years later, led the fray. Though their ranks included leading scientists such as chemist William Crookes, naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace, physicist Oliver Lodge, and William James the Harvard University professor considered the father of psychology.

Yet their researches almost invariably met not with celebration, nor curiosity on the part of their fellow academics, but ridicule, often to the point of personal slander. Enrique del Castillo, a Mexican doctor of the 19th century.

Another aport of Dr. May these spectacles take you on the path where we will always be companions. From Dr. Finally, Dr Enrique del Castillo appeared, surrounded by many tiny lights.

These levitated the medium, chair and all— the equivalent of raising almost kilos— and silently left him in the other end of the room. This phenomenon was verified for the first time. Later, I had the fortune to attend its repetition and I literally saw the medium fly two meters into the air. The music box passed over our heads. The Master gave us his cloak to touch, which seemed to all of us a piece of gauze. One again he produced a fresh breeze: it smelled of ozone.

On June 12, p. This manifestation appeared first as a human hand covered with a veil, imitating a human figure. Then it increased in size and luminosity until it came txo a height of about 1.

Only the head and bust could only be seen. It was covered in a bluish white veil which I touched with my face. It gave me the impression of being a cotton fabric… It gave me a large glass of water to drink… It put flowers in our hands, it gave us a perfumed air, and when luminous blobs passed near my face I perceived the smell of phosphorous.

Upon request, he gave fluid to a magnolia and then he began to cut the petals. One by one these were deposited in the mouths of the participants. But then, after some further bizarre phenomena and friendly intervention by the spirit Dr. It was also noted that Master Amajur received a powerful shock and on asking him if he would permit another photograph to be taken, he said no.

But, um, it looks more like a drawing to me. Google, dear reader, and ye shall find. Lots on eBay, by the way. Madame Blavatsky. The monumental figure of modern esotericism.

She claimed that her teachers, who often met with her on the astral plane, were the Great White Brothers or Mahatamas, the Ascended Masters Koot-hoomi Kuthumi and Morya. Later, her follower A.

Sender elucidates. Francisco I. And with this context, I believe, we can arrive at the conclusion that Madero was not mad, nor so naive and weak as many have painted him, but that, in fact, he was a political visionary of immense courage who found himself on a counterrevolutionary battlefield of such rage and chaos that, if it was fatal for him, would have been for almost anyone else as well.

Madero did not, like some mad alchemist, cook up his ideas by himself; they fit into what was then and is now a living tradition. Relevant Links:.





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