THE SITTER OUGHT TO GET WHAT HE EXPECTS AND HAS IN MIND, TELEPATHIC THEORY.
the telepathic theory it would seem that the sitter ought to get what he expects, i. e., such things as are in his own mind. If the mental states and the knowledge of the sitter are somehow re flected in the subconscious self of the psychic, or if the psychic is able in any way to get at the mental conditions and the memory of the sitter, then the result ought to be a correct transcript of these things. But in my experience it has been very common for me to be completely surprised by getting things which I did not expect, and frequently statements which were the direct opposite of what I supposed to be true.
It is noteworthy that this telepathic power is equally wise and equally effective whether the psychic is in a normal con dition or in a trance.