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Clairvoyance, A System of Philosophy, Concerning it's Law, Nature, and Unfoldment, is a book by J. C. F. Grumbine, first published in 1897. In it, the author, who claimed to be a seer, offers twelve lessons about the practice of clairvoyance. Subject matters include: Its Definition and Office; Its Nature and Law of Manifestation and Expression; Clairvoyance and Intuition Compared and Correlated; The Spirit Limited in Matter; The Science of Optics, Materially and Spiritually Considered; Vibrations, Their Law in Relation to Light and Sight; Spirit in Relation to Time and Space; The Sphere and Office of Matter; Spirit in Relation to Control; The Uses of Magnetism and Electricity; Color, Its Definition and Meaning; Clairvoyance and Consciousness in Relation to the Spiritual Perception; and, Clairvoyance and Consciousness in Relation to the Spiritual Perception.
This book has 27,362 words, 46 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1897.
Production notes: This ebook of Clairvoyance was published by Global Grey on the 10th July 2022. The artwork used for the cover is 'Young Lady with a Veil on Her Head' by Jean-Baptiste Santerre.