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  • Title: Lecture: Manifestations of the Unconscious
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    • Sir Oliver Lodge, the celebrated English scientist.
    • of Sir Oliver Lodge's family — most of whom were
    • medium, nor any of the family, nor Sir Oliver Lodge himself
  • Title: Lecture: Manifestations of the Unconscious
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    • Sir Oliver Lodge, the celebrated English scientist.
    • of Sir Oliver Lodge's family — most of whom were
    • medium, nor any of the family, nor Sir Oliver Lodge himself
  • Title: Occult Movement: Lecture One
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    • Butlerow, Rochas, Oliver Lodge, Flammarion, Morselli,
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • described by a far more conspicuous scientist, by Sir Oliver
    • Lodge: Sir Oliver Lodge lost his son Raymond in the last war. He
    • fell on the Belgian-German frontier, and Sir Oliver Lodge, who
    • acquainted with scientific methods. That is why Sir Oliver
    • which I will not mention here, one can see that Sir Oliver Lodge
    • who read Sir Oliver Lodge's book, are as follows:
    • corresponding medium, Sir Oliver Lodge and a few other people who
    • is, the soul or the spirit of Sir Oliver Lodge's son, wished to
    • the fact that upon the second photograph Sir Oliver Lodge's son
    • communications were made in London through the medium (Sir Oliver
    • been taken. After examining all the facts, Sir Oliver Lodge came
    • given by the medium or, as Sir Oliver Lodge believed, with the
    • the other case of Sir Oliver Lodge. Undoubtedly you are all
    • the conscientiousness of an Oliver Lodge. For Sir Oliver Lodge
    • Oliver Lodge's son, a description which may be characterized as
    • into the room where Sir Oliver Lodge was making his experiments.
    • as Sir Oliver Lodge's case, or the other case reported by me,
    • Sir Oliver Lodge, are mere unconscious representations, or
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • described by a far more conspicuous scientist, by Sir Oliver
    • Lodge: Sir Oliver Lodge lost his son Raymond in the last war. He
    • fell on the Belgian-German frontier, and Sir Oliver Lodge, who
    • acquainted with scientific methods. That is why Sir Oliver
    • which I will not mention here, one can see that Sir Oliver Lodge
    • who read Sir Oliver Lodge's book, are as follows:
    • corresponding medium, Sir Oliver Lodge and a few other people who
    • is, the soul or the spirit of Sir Oliver Lodge's son, wished to
    • the fact that upon the second photograph Sir Oliver Lodge's son
    • communications were made in London through the medium (Sir Oliver
    • been taken. After examining all the facts, Sir Oliver Lodge came
    • given by the medium or, as Sir Oliver Lodge believed, with the
    • the other case of Sir Oliver Lodge. Undoubtedly you are all
    • the conscientiousness of an Oliver Lodge. For Sir Oliver Lodge
    • Oliver Lodge's son, a description which may be characterized as
    • into the room where Sir Oliver Lodge was making his experiments.
    • as Sir Oliver Lodge's case, or the other case reported by me,
    • Sir Oliver Lodge, are mere unconscious representations, or
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • by Sir Oliver Lodge. Sir Oliver Lodge lost his son Raymond in
    • Oliver Lodge, who had long ago felt the inclination to build a
    • methods. That is why Oliver Lodge's book on his spiritual
    • one can see that Oliver Lodge applies to this sphere the same
    • such a deep impression upon all those who read Sir Oliver
    • Through the medium in question, Oliver Lodge and a few other
    • that is, the soul, the spirit of Oliver Lodge's son, wished to
    • the fact that upon the second photograph Sir Oliver Lodge's son
    • medium (Sir Oliver Lodge describes it so that one can really
    • examining all the facts, Sir Oliver Lodge came to the
    • with the description given by the medium, or, as Sir Oliver
    • us now turn to the other case, that of Sir Oliver Lodge.
    • be raised even against the conscientiousness of an Oliver
    • Lodge. For Sir Oliver Lodge uses this experimentum
    • point of giving a description as in the case of Sir Oliver
    • shone supersensibly into the room where Sir Oliver Lodge was
    • things are mentioned, such as Sir Oliver Lodge's case, or
    • described by Sir Oliver Lodge, was “second
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture X
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    • the book that deals with the experiences of Sir Oliver Lodge.
    • naturalist Sir Oliver Lodge, has written a book
    • the present time. We know, of course, that Sir Oliver professed
    • Oliver Lodge had a son by the name of Raymond who was born in
    • service while Sir Oliver and his wife were in Australia. In
    • Oliver received a message from an American medium, a Mrs.
    • poem by Horace. To repeat, Sir Oliver was notified by an
    • protect and support Sir Oliver Lodge during a difficult event
    • of which he, Sir Oliver, would be a part and thus work toward
    • only that Myers would help Sir Oliver during a difficult
    • when Sir Oliver's son Raymond was killed in action in September
    • 1915, Sir Oliver at first related the message which had
    • Subsequently, however, Sir Oliver's family was the subject of
    • is united with your son” — Sir Oliver's and Lady Lodge's son,
    • word from him and, especially, that Sir Oliver should thereby
    • lead to the events narrated. It is known that Sir Oliver had
    • they became believers, too. Sir Oliver himself seems to have
    • Piper which Sir Oliver Lodge received from America, a forecast
    • Oliver. To be sure, this event could have occurred in several
    • Oliver Lodge was a very good friend of Myers and had worked
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  • Title: Synopsis: Cosmic and Human Metamorphoses
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    • LECTURE 1. Oliver Lodge. Deception through etheric corpse.
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 1. Materialism and Spirituality.
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    • that this should have taken such a remarkable form. Sir Oliver Lodge
    • Sir Oliver Lodge had a son, Raymond, who in 1915 took part on the
    • referred. There was some delay in its reaching Sir Oliver Lodge; it
    • medium; consequently, Sir Oliver went to one, but preserved a critical
    • significance of this — Sir Oliver is a scientist, and is trained to the
    • Oliver himself but the rest of the family, who had till then been
    • and particularly for Sir Oliver. The way the sittings were held
    • family and particularly on Sir Oliver, and also impressed a large
    • photograph was sent over to Sir Oliver from France, corresponding
    • seances, — and the whole work of Sir Oliver Lodge is based on
    • learned scientist as Sir Oliver Lodge, who had for so long been
    • look more minutely into this case. Sir Oliver Lodge is a learned man,
    • Oliver Lodge, who was for so many years interested in the subject,
    • extending in time, and what Sir Oliver Lodge describes is precisely
    • I have brought up the subject of this book of Sir Oliver Lodge to show
    • may here be said to have taken a materialistic form. Sir Oliver Lodge
  • Title: Broken Vessels: Forward by Michael Lipson, Ph.D.
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    • recent contribution that develops this theme appears in Oliver
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • It is the case which Sir Oliver Lodge describes at
    • but that the soul of a deceased friend of Oliver Lodge would
    • Oliver Lodge, however, is a person who describes the
    • Now after Sir Oliver Lodge had lost his son, various
    • means of sending mediums and somnambulists to him. Sir Oliver
    • but one thing did make a deep impression on Sir Oliver Lodge.
    • experiment that Sir Oliver Lodge carried out. It is the
    • Of course this was sufficient to convince Sir Oliver
    • because Sir Oliver Lodge has
    • Oliver Lodge does not compare such a case, which, however odd
    • Now upon reading through Sir Oliver Lodge's book it is
    • what Sir Oliver Lodge wanted, —
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture I
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    • for example, in England, by the physicist Oliver Lodge. Thus, even
    • endlessly on and on. Oliver Lodge, however, shows that this kind of
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • months is the newest book by Sir Oliver Lodge (1851-1940,
    • Oliver Lodge tended always to a certain science of the
    • happened: already before the son was killed, Sir Oliver Lodge
    • long ago would look after the son of Sir Oliver Lodge. One
    • thinks. Then Raymond Lodge fell. Sir Oliver Lodge who would
    • 1850-1936, French physiologist) are present. However, Oliver
    • the precision with which Oliver Lodge goes forward describing
    • adjustments et cetera, one realises with Sir Oliver Lodge that
    • one thing made a deep impression which Sir Oliver Lodge states.
    • impression: Sir Oliver Lodge tells that by the flawless media
    • imagine Sir Oliver Lodge admits this too some connections in
    • This has not only made an enormous impression on Sir Oliver
    • whole public that was interested in it. Oliver Lodge was
    • search the spirit in spiritual way. However, how could Oliver
    • goes forward in such cases. What had the medium told to Oliver
    • they came later. The view of Oliver Lodge and his family is



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