THE SINCLAIR EXPERIMENTS FOR TELEPATHY
The Sinclair-Irwin Long-distance Group of Experiments
The Sinclair-Sinclair Group of July 14–29, 1928
The Series of January 28, 1929
The Series of January 28–29, 1929
Series of February 8, 1929
Series of February 10, 1929
A Series of February 15, 1929
COUNTER-TESTS WHICH PROVE THE VAST DISPARITY BETWEEN THE RESULTS OBTAINED IN THE SERIES OF FEBRUARY 15TH AND THOSE OBTAINED BY GUESSING
A Series of February 17, 1929
Series of February 20, 1929
Series of March 11, 1929
Series of March 16, 1929
PERCIPIENT SEQUELAE TO CERTAIN CATEGORIES OF AGENT DRAWINGS
Original Drawings Indicating Fire or Smoke
Original Drawings Not Indicating But Significant of Fire or Smoke
Original Drawings Significant of Light
Originals Representing Forms of Animal Life
Where the Original Drawings Represent Vegetable Forms
All the Original Drawings Representing Crosses
Originals Representing the Sun
A STUDY IN “ANTICIPATIONS”
Series of February 11, 1929
Later Experiments by Professor William McDougall
Attempts to Explain Otherwise Than by Telepathy
Would Chance Coincidence Explain?
Would the Kindred Ideas of Relatives Explain?
Would Conscious or Subconscious Fraud on the Part of the Percipient Explain?
Would Involuntary Whispering Explain?
An Interpretation of Mrs. Sinclair’s Directions
Why Are We Like This?
Letters of Alphabet
Insects, Fishes, Etc.
War, Hunting, Etc.
Objects Related to Sound
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