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BORDERLAND SCIENCES RESEARCH ASSOCIATES (BSRA) and Of All Students Of Psychic, Occult, Spiritistic And Parapsychological Phenomena
Published by MEADE LAYNE, M. A., Director
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|(The Challenge of the Fire)|
|FIRE-WALK - and|
WHAT THEN IS MAGIC? Meade Layne
|1 - 3|
|FIREWALKING - by Professor C.J. Ryan||4 - 17|
|FIRE-IMMUNITY - from Encyclopedia of Psychic Science, Nandor Fodor||18|
|TAHITIAN FIRE-WALK - Rev. N. Vanora Wattson||19 - 20|
|Addendum to this section:||21|
|A PAGE OF QUOTATIONS: (Fitz Roy Anderson addresses the President of the United States and the 81st Congress - Defender Magazine writes on Mass Murder)||22 - 23|
THE OPEN ROAD - by Millen Cooke (Section IV)
|24 - 25|
|Statistics - What Do They Mean to You? - M.L.||26 - 27|
THE PROBLEM OF THE MATERIALIZATION AND DEMATERIALIZATION OF THE LOKAS - Marvin Eby, M.D.
|28 - 29|
COMMUNICATIONS - from Lao-Tso - and COMMENTS by Ramon Natalli - (Communicators at the Mark Probert seances)
|30 - 31|
|CURRENT MYSTERIES AND PHENOMONA -|
edited by John P. Bessor
|32 - 35|
|Description of a Fire-Ball - by Dr. William Nothdurft - and||36 - 37|
|An Unusual Phenomena, by Mrs. E. M. Repp||37|
|The Devil's Tramping Ground: Book Note by Richard Townes||38|
|Publications received - The B.S.R.A. publications - Notes||39 -|
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