By H. A. Dallas
This can be a scarce antiquarian booklet which used to be scanned from a paper replica of the unique and punctiliously checked for mistakes. It purports to be a spirit writing from the recognized early researcher Frederick Myers through the hand of medium H. A. Dallas concerning the afterlife.
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Verrall that it had " entered as deeply as any Horatian passage " into his own inner history. (See Proceedings, Part lvii, p. ) B 2 . not think so. In an article in the Hibbert Journal, January 1909, he says :— Things reveal themselves soonest to those who passionately want them—Need sharpens wit. To a mind content with little the much of the Universe may always remain hid (p. 294). This only applies, of course, to sincere minds, who honour truth above all things, and are prepared to sacrifice their most treasured hopes if they are convinced that they are illusions.
G. . ) Go on, do go on, you are beginning to establish communication—We shall be able to strengthen your powers of will presently, only do have a little faith and patience (pp. 200, 201). ) I want to make it thoroughly clear to you all that the eidolon is not the spirit —only the simula- chrum (sic) — If M. were to see me sitting at my table, or if any one of you became conscious of my semblance standing near my chair that would not be me. My spirit would be there invisible but perceptive but the appearance would be merely to call your attention to identify me— It fades and grows less easily recognisable as the years pass and my remembrance of my earthly appearance grows weaker— If you saw me as I am now you would not recognize me in the least— "All I could never be—All men refused in me This I was worth to God whose wheel the pitcher shaped—" 2 I appear now as I would fain have been—as I desired to be in the very vain dreams of youth—and the time-lined, pain-lined suffering face that some of you remember with tenderness is a mere mask now that I strive to conjure up for you to know me by— But my power is weak and you are not really receptive— .
Holland had been informed that there was any significance in its first appearance (p. 253). The fact that we have here a cross-correspondence due to something more than coincidence will hardly be questioned. It is rendered more striking by the fact that a few weeks before, on December 5th, Mrs. Holland was told :— I fear you will never be really responsive trying alone—at least not to influences unknown to you while they lived. You need the connecting bond. The subject of the sealed envelope involves a perplexing problem which must be dealt with in a later chapter.