From Pat Deveney's database:
This was the organ of the insurgent National Association of Free Psychics, a loose affiliation of psychics in western New York and Pennsylvania led by Richardson and headquartered in Buffalo. Its complaint with the established spiritualist organizations seems to have been the latter’s attempt to limit spiritualism to the spirits, to the exclusion of the development of "Psychic Power" and "psychic unfoldment." Contributions by Richardson and Ashwood, and by May Morse-Burke, Joseph G. Wind, Rev. Mrs. E. Erhardt, et al., as well as by Alexander James-McIvor Tyndall, and extensive listings and directories of affiliated spiritualist and psychic congregations in the area. The journal an advertisement for the "Syco-Graf," "the Psychic Machine; a Mechanical Ouija" with "dual revolving indicators" that "register micro-psychic impressions too delicate For other devices." Five dollars. Skidmore Library, Lily Dale.
|Issues:||Psychic Truth V1 N1 Mar 1920|
|Psychic Truth V1 N2 Jun 1920|
|Psychic Truth V1 N13 Sep 1920|
|Psychic Truth V2 N5 Mar 1921|
|Psychic Truth V2 N7 Dec 1922|
|Psychic Truth V2 N8 Mar 1922|
|Psychic Truth V2 N9 Jun 1922|
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