Boundary of the firm by Martin Slater

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In a But when a dynamo is placed vacuum and maintained. set in motion, the flow of electricity is still This shows that the air is not the agency of supply. There are three oceans by which influences are transmitted 1. The atmosphere through which the magnetism of the voice is carried in waves from one person to another. 2. The light-ether which fills all space between the orbs of the sky, and through which light waves pass, as well as electric : _^^ _ . The thought -ethj^ throu^^^ from mind to mind, and which connects .

Pupil of the eye of the cat, Until the bird sees the expanded but after that it is lost. it is free ; The snake likewise draws its prey by the same law. Fish in the sea are known to hold their victims by a similar use of the The nobler of the savage beasts, such as the lion, the tiger, the hyena, and countless others, are all given the magnetic power as an aid to their purpose of gain. Ascending still higher up the ladder of animal life we find that the valuable dog and the spirited horse have the same Without it the supreme qualities of these better power.

Dentists follow the doctors in this line of influence, and business men make use of both personal magnetism and semi-hypnotism in their dealings where they achieve unusual success. Ministers may become a source of danger if they employ the but otherwise if they use personal semi-hypnotic power case occurred years ago when A remarkable very magnetism. some parishioners of a church made in open meeting the charge that was repeated in the papers, that one of the ablest and most successful preachers in the city was resorting unconsciously to the use of this semi-hypnotic power, both in his sermons and in his conversations with the members of his congregation.

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