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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
Experiments of Doctor Prince

'What?'
'Something long and flat.'
`What else did I do?'
'Pinched it.'
'With what?'
'Something you had in your hand; I don't know what it was.'
" The patient was then awakened, and the experiment repeated with variations. After being again hypnotized she was asked what had been done.
'You pricked my hand.!
'How many times?'
` Eighteen!
'All at once?'
` No ; first five times, then thirteen.!
'What else was done?'
'You pinched it.!
'How many times?'
` Five.!
'What did I pinch it with?'
'Your fingers.'

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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
Remembering the Unperceived

"These answers were all correct."
We want you to notice two features in this experiment. First, you will observe that all these pinchings of the anesthetic hand, which were unnoticed by the patient in a normal state of mind, were remembered by her when she was in the hypnotic trance; secondly, that these occurrences were remembered and were recounted with absolute accuracy.
If you should be possessed with that absurd delusion that hypnotism involves any element of thought transference, brush that cobweb from your mind. When the proper time comes we shall give you a clear and scientific account and explanation of the phenomena of hypnotism. For the present it is

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