Discarnate Influence in Human Life:


    IN this volume, Signor Bozzano, one of the most prolific of Italian writers on psychical research, sums up the conclusions to which he has been led in the course of many years of attention to this subject. The book will be of some considerable interest to spiritualists, since it attempts to deal in detail with the difficulty of combining, in one so-called explanation, phenomena where resort to a spiritistic hypothesis is clearly unnecessary, and other manifestations where the influence of the discarnate might to some minds be considered obvious.

    Discarnate Influence in Human Life:

    a Review of the Case for Spirit Intervention. By Ernesto Bozzano. Translated by Isabel Emerson. (Library of the International Institute for Psychical Research, Vol. 1.) Pp. xiv + 274. (London: International Institute for Psychical Research; John M. Watkins, n.d.) 8s. 6d.

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    Discarnate Influence in Human Life:. Nature 142, 376 (1938). https://doi.org/10.1038/142376c0

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