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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
Experiments of Doctor Prince

terical anesthesia of the hand. The skin could be severely pinched and pricked without any sensation resulting. Under proper precautions, I pricked with a pin the hand several times, then laid gently upon it a pair of small nippers with flat surfaces and pinched the skin with the same. She did not feel the pricks of the pin, nor did she know that anything had been done to her hand. She was then hypnotized. While in the trance I asked her,
'What did I do to your hand?'
'You pricked it.'
`How many times?'
`A good many times, more than twelve.'
'Where did I prick it? Show me.'
Patient indicated correctly with her finger the part that had been pricked. `What else did I do?'
'You laid something on it.'

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