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hours another "I" remains resolutely away, and on returning refuses
tell me where it was. Further, new confirmation gave some
epileptic subject, into whose body, during the absence of his second
"I" settled unknown enemy - because how else could it happen that
his alter ego, on his return, spoke in total ignorance of what
now done with his body? This assumption that the body is "obsessed"
some other being, is confirmed by the phenomena of somnambulism and
madness 6) In this case, what is the inevitable interpretation must
to arise from the savages regarding the death? The second "I" is commonly
returned after a sleep resembling death. It came back and after
swoon resembling death even more, it returned even after
rigid state of catalepsy, which is extremely analogous to the death! Not
will do it and then even longer rest
and aceptaste? Of course, it's very possible and even likely. Another "I"
dead man departed from him for a long time, but it still hovers
somewhere near or far, it can at any time to go back and
to do all that, in the words of the late, he would have had to do. Here
various funeral rites, the room of weapons and miscellaneous jewelry
next to the dead body, the daily bringing him food etc. I hope
subsequently to show that with the knowledge of the facts, what is savage, is
the most reasonable interpretation of what he could come Let me here only
in proof of how clearly the facts confirm this view
things, to introduce one of the many illustrations of "the Ceremonies with which they
(vedda) cause them (the shadows of the dead), a small and very simple the Most
common - the next stuck in the ground vertically boom and vedda,
slowly dancing around her, singing the next spell, almost musical in
its rhythm