Thought - Reader's Thoughts ; Being the Impressions and Confessions of Stuart Cumberland (Perspectives in Psychical Research series)
Cumberland, Stuart

New York, NY Arno Press 1975 Reprint Octavo (standard size). Slight wear to edges and corners of boards.Spotting and foxing to top edge of textblock. A couple pages have slight creases. 326 p. w/ additional 2 pages listing other books in this series. Cumberland's (born Charles Gardner, 1857 - 1922) first book when he was touring Europe as a mind reader, but he never claimed supernatural ability. He later took to debunking mediums and psychics and wrote other books detailing his mentalism magic techniques. Cumberlandism was based on his ability to read the ideomotor effect in his subjects. A nice reprint of the original 1888 work. Good Hardcover in full cloth (Item ID: 12130)


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