This is an anthology of essays on telepathic and clairvoyant phenomena, written psychoanalysts and psychoanalytically-oriented writers. Many of the articles treat seemingly uncanny coincidences between the thoughts of patients and their analysts. Others concern precognitive dreams, telepathich links between people, and unexplained synchronicities. The editor, George Devereux, included contributors whose views ranged from skeptical to believer. It is a fascinating snapshot of the Freudian world as it touched the world of PSI in the early 1950s.
London, Souvenier Press, 1974 (1953). First UK edition. Hardback, 417 pages.
Psychoanalysis and the Occult, edited by George Devereux. 22 x 14.5 cms, 417 pp + 8 pp bibliography. Bound in publisher's original purple cloth, titled in black to spine, insignificant bumping to tail of spine with very minor fraying to corner of lower front board. light sunning to spine. Internally clean. In dustwrapper, which is crisp with very minor chipping to head of spine panel, and a small water stain to the tail. An extremely good copy of an interesting study.