Images of Eva C producing Ecoplasm under Schrenk-Notzing's Experiments
Some of the more important images include:
Fig 118: Author's flashlight photograph of 27
Fig 119: Side View (enlarged) of Fig. 118.
Taken within the cabinet.
Fig 120 and 121: Author's flashlight photograph of 30
November, 1912. Fig 121 (inset): Side view of Fig. 120.
Fig 122: Author's flashlight photograph of 30
November, 1912. Enlargement of Fig. 120.
Fig 136: Mme. Bisson's flashlight photograph
of 19 January, 1913.
Fig 138: Mme. Bisson's flashlight photograph
of 23 February, 1913. First photograph of an entire phantom, together with
nude medium. (retouched).
Fig 140: Mme. Bisson's flashlight photograph,
simultaneous with Fig. 138. Whole phantom, with nude medium. (Retouched).
Fig 184: Top left: See Fig. 183.
Bottom left: Author's attempt to imitate Fig. 183 by exposing the title
page of "Miroir" against Eva C.
Top and bottom right: Imitation experiments with title of "Miroir" and
portrait of President Poincare, by Dr. Hauberrisser. Photographic
conditions the same as at the sittings.
Fig 189: Left: Phantom photographed in the
sitting of 13 February, 1913. (Fig. 140). Right: Portrait of the king of
Bulgaria from "Miroir" with white mantle to resemble phantom. Below:
King's Head enlarged.
Fig 193: President Poincare's portrait cut
from "Miroir" and photographed by author with Eva, under photographic
conditions, as at the sittings.
Fig 195: Top: President Poincare, as published
Bottom left: Manipulated tie and shirt-front from the phantom (Fig. 194)
published by "Matin" 26 December, 1913.
Bottom right: Collar and tie from above portrait, published by "Matin" of
26 December, 1913.
Fig 197: Right corner: President Wilson's
portrait from "Miroir" No. 34, 1912.
Left: The same artistically treated to resemble Fig. 196.
Fig 198: Mme. Bisson's photograph of 7
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Front Page Illustrations from
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Images from Glen Hamilton's
Intention and Survival
Chapter 4: Unorganised and
Imitative Teleplasms. Includes these images:
Plate 2: The unorganised, compacted teleplasm of February 3, 1929.
Plate 3 and Plate 3a: Two different views of the imitatively manipulated
teleplasm of March 10, 1929.
Plate 4: Two views of the unorganised, compacted teleplasm of March 24,
Plate 4a: Inset showing residual mass after elapsed time of two minutes.
Plate 5: The hand simulacrum of January 5, 1930.
Plate 6: The emerging hand simulacrum of April 27, 1932. Dawn, Mercedes,
Ewan (head on table) all deeply entranced. W. B. Cooper at M.'s left.
Plate 6a: Fully formed hand simulacrum of April 27, 1932, after an
elapsed time of 9 minutes.
Plate 6b: Side view showing interwoven fibres and firm compaction.
Plate 7: The black and white mass of April 7, 1929.
Chapter 5: Purposive and
Utilitarian Teleplasms. Includes these images:
Plate 8: The "strut" teleplasm of May 12, 1932.
Plate 9: The twisted mass and bell cords of August 5, 1928.
Plate 10: The mass and bell cords of September 23, 1928.
Plate 11a and 11b: The 'direct' voice mechanism of Jul 10, 1929.
Chapter 6: The Group of
Miniature Spurgeon Faces. Includes these images:
Plate 12: Face miniature in the likeness of C. H. Spurgeon. Photographed
November 4, 1928. Dawn, W. B. Cooper. Elizabeth M., T. G. Hamilton.
Plate 12a: Enlargement of Spurgeon miniature face of November 4, 1928.
Plate 13: The second Spurgeon miniature face, December 23, 1928.
Plate 13a: Enlargement of the second Spurgeon miniature face, December
Plate 14: The second face-bearing teleplasm of December 23, 1928.
Plate 15: The third Spurgeon miniature face of January 20, 1929.
Plate 15a: Enlargement of face of January 20, 1929.
Plate 16: The fourth Spurgeon miniature face of May 1, 1929.
Plate 16a: Residue of face-mass of May1, 1929, after elapsed time of 2
Plate 17: The Spurgeon miniature faces and photographs of C. H.
Plate 17a: The deep-trance automatic script of April 26, 1931.
Chapter 7: The W.E.G. and
Raymond Teleplasms. Includes these images:
Plate 18: The miniature "W.E.G." face of September 22, 1929.
Plate 18a: Enlargement of the "W.E.G." face of September 22, 1929.
Plate 18b: William Ewart Gladstone, Prime Minister of Britain under
Plate 19: The mass of October 20, 1929.
Plate 20: The face-bearing teleplasm of October 27, 1929.
Plate 20a: Enlargement of face-bearing teleplasm of October 27, 1929.
Plate 21: Composite - Raymond in life for comparison with plasmic face
of October 27, 1929.
Plate 22: Enlargement of lower face miniature of Plate 20a for
comparison with photograph of "J.B.".
Chapter 8: The "Doyle" Face
Miniatures. Includes these images:
Plate 23: Mass of March 6, 1932. Claimed to be Walter's eyes.
Plate 23a: Walter Stinson in life. For comparison with eyes in Plate 23.
Plate 24: The imitative teleplasm of April 3, 1932 (1st exposure).
Plate 25: Face-bearing teleplasm of May 1, 1932, said to be in the
likeness of Arthur Conan Doyle.
Plate 27: Sections of Plates 25 and 26, comparing the Doyle miniature
faces with a portrait of Arthur Conan Doyle.
Chapter 9: Teleplasms Distant
From the Medium. Includes these images:
Plate 28a: Two views of the 'umbrella' teleplasm of February 25, 1934.
Plate 28b: Two views of the mass of February 25, 1934, after an elapsed
time of four minutes. Dawn, Mercedes, Norman all deeply entranced.
Plate 29: The face-bearing teleplasm of December 20, 1933.
Plate 30: The manipulated teleplasm of June 10, 1931.
Chapter 10: The "Lucy"
Teleplasm. Includes these images:
Plate 31: Elizabeth M. and Dawn in trance. Exposure made at 9.26 p.m. on
March 10, 1930, 42 minutes prior to the appearance of the "Lucy"
Plate 32a: The "Lucy" teleplasm of March 10, 1930.
Plate 32b: Enlargement of the "Lucy" teleplasm of March 10, 1930.
Chapter 11: Teleplams related
to the "John" and "Katie King" Trance Personalities. Includes
Plate 33a: The teleplasmic mass in the form of a "ship", June 4, 1930.
Plate 33b: Enlargement of "ship" teleplasm of June 4, 1930.
Plate 34: The mass of July 29, 1930.
Plate 35a: The "Katie King" miniature face of November 12, 1930.
Plate 35b: The "Katie King" miniature of face of November 12, 1930.
Plate 35c: The "Katie King" miniature face of November 12, 1930.
Chapter 13: The Mediumship of
Elizabeth M. Includes these images:
Plate 36a: Elizabeth M. catatonic rigidity, 1927.
Plate 36b: Elizabeth M. catatonic rigidity lessening, 1927.
Plate 36c: Elizabeth M. passing from catatonic to complete relaxation.
Plate 36d: E. M. in deep trance. Her hand writing automatically.
Plate 37a: Examples of writing by the entranced Elizabeth M.
Plate 37b: Example of the normal Elizabeth writing.
Investigation of a New Force (includes image of Home holding an
Nandor Fodor's These Mysterious
Chapter 2: Competing with the Cheshire Cat: Story of Madame Elizabeth
A seven feet high Golden Lily which Yolande mysteriously produced from
the air at a séance with Madame d'Esperance, who stands beside it.
Chapter 4: A Martian Revelation:
Story of Mlle. Helene Smith
Martian landscape drawn by Mlle. Helene Smith.
Chapter 6: Strange Beasts from the
Beyond: Story of Franek Kluski
The phantom apeman of Kluski photographed.
Phantom bird photographed by Flashlight on Kluski's shoulder.
Chapter 12: The Mouthpiece of one
of the Three Wise Men: Story of David Duguid
A direct drawing in the dark in a séance of David Duguid. Note the
similarity with the picture on the right.
Moses consecrating Eleazer as Aaron's successor. A picture in Cassell's
Chapter 15: The Medium of Kings
and Kings of Mediums: Story of D. D. Home
The first flashlight photograph of human levitation: Amadee Zuccarni in
Chapter 21: Possessed of Power
over the Soul of Things: Story of Stanislawa Tomczyk
Mlle. Tomczyk and Dr. Ochorowitz, lecturer in psychology at the
University of Lemberg. With Invisible rigid rays emanating from her
fingers Mlle. Tomczyk lifts a pair of scissors.
Chapter 23: Finger-Printing the
Spirits of the Dead: Story of Mrs. Margery Crandon
Super-physical suction cylinder, invisible and impalpable, photographed
by fused quartz lens with Margery Crandon.