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You are commenting using your Twitter account. Gustave Geley was born in Montceau-les-Mines, France, in Retrieved from ” https: In his third book, From the Unconscious to the Conscious ; English translation,Geley reviewed a feley of data from psychical research and sought to develop further his idea of mind-body interaction.
Unlike most of his colleagues in Psychical Research, Geley was a spiritualist at heart, and he accepted the reality of Reincarnation as well as the possibility of communication with the dead through mediums see Survival After Death. As you know the topic is very controversial, with fraudulent performances, and many of the reports are difficult to evaluate due to lack of information.
May 3, at Geley held additional sittings with Beraud at the IMI. Wax casts of limbs materialized by Kluski were successfully produced and placed on exhibit at the IMI.
Adventures in Paranormal Investigation. According to Geley ectoplasm was formed from matter projected from the body of a medium, an idea that preceded him.
Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychology. Other forms have been reported but Geley focused on these.
He also discussed similarities between ectoplasm and more familiar biological phenomena. Voices from the Past — 4 Comments. Gustave Geley on Ectoplasm: This post was last modified on: I cannot verify what I allude to here on the net, there is surprisingly very little on Laszlo who lived such a fascinating tragic life in English and Hungarian for that matter. Geley observed formations of Ectoplasm very similar to those gustwve by Schrenck-Notzing and others.
Inwhen the French industrialist Jean Meyer gave money to establish the Institut Metapsychique International in Paris, Geley gave up his medical practice to become its director. Johns Hopkins University Press.
Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology. Investigators would sometimes touch these formations, which would dissolve at their touch. But not all of this literature s like that. Geley died in an airplane accident on 15 July Geley died in an airplane crash on his way back to Paris from Warsaw, where he had attended a sitting with Kluski, on July 15, Email required Address never made public.
Parapsychology News, History, Research. A History of the Paranormal, — Argamasilla managed to fool Geley and Charles Richet into believing he had genuine psychic powers. Argamasilla peeked through his simple blindfold and lifted up the edge of the box so he could look inside it without others noticing. Hodder and Stoughton, You are commenting using your Facebook account.
He studied medicine in Annecy.
Books by Gustave Geley (Author of From the Unconscious to the Conscious)
Notify me guetave new comments via email. Geley was born in at Montceau-les-MinesFrance. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. I am currently writing a review paper to bring to current readers information from the nineteenth-century Crookes, Olcott and others and later twentieth-century work Bisson, Geley, Hamilton, Schrenck-Notzing.
Gustave Geley Psychical Researchers Views.
He became a physician, though he was interested in the unconscious and in psychical research. Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology. Twenty-five years after his death, an article by R. May 1, at Take a look around and grab the RSS feed to stay updated. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Such ideas of vital, psychic or nervous forces have a long history, and precede psychical research.