|Periodical:||Les Forces Mentales|
From Pat Deveney's database:
Forces Mentales, Les.
This is a pure example of the audacious form of magical New Thought that was dominant in the United States at the time -- the journal recommended one of W.W. Atkinson’s works. It seems to have been intended as a forum for the Bureaux d'Etudes Psychiques and its courses on Psychology, Hypnotism and Personal Magnetism. The articles revealed the wonders of personal magnetism, concentration, self-confidence, mental powers, hypnotism, thought transference, and the journal also included longer, didactic articles on the Kabbala (replete with vague hints of its sexual elements) and phrenology, and short New thought novels. Contributions by Hery, C.-R. Sadler, Georges Lange, Alexis Noel, Eugène Defrance, Theodule Branche, and others outside the mainstream of French occultism and spiritism. The Mercure de France, in reviewing Hery’s and Sadler’s book on L'Education de la Pensee notes the influence on them of the hypnotists and magnetizers and of occultists like Prentice Mulford. BNF.
|Issues:||Les Forces Mentales V1 N10 1907 Oct|
|Les Forces Mentales V1 N11 1907 Nov|
|Les Forces Mentales V1 N12 1907 Dec|
|Les Forces Mentales V1 N1 1907 Jan|
|Les Forces Mentales V1 N2 1907 Feb|
|Les Forces Mentales V1 N3 1907 Mar|
|Les Forces Mentales V1 N4 1907 Apr|
|Les Forces Mentales V1 N5 1907 May|
|Les Forces Mentales V1 N6 1907 Jun|
|Les Forces Mentales V1 N7 1907 Jul|
|Les Forces Mentales V1 N8 1907 Aug|
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