The question now arises: is the fluidic hand two-dimensioned?
How can this double, this fluidic body have the consistency of flesh and of muscles?
My impression was that there was really there a fluidic being.
According to this conception, the moving of objects without contact would be produced by the fluidic limbs of the medium.
Destitute themselves of the fluidic force, they seem, besides, to hinder its circulation and transmission.
Thury next touches upon M. de Gasparin's theory of fluidic action.
A fluidic body is formed at the expense of the medium, emerges from his organism, moves, acts.
What is the intelligent force that directs this fluidic body and makes it act in such or such a way?
And, in truth, why should not his mind as well as his fluidic force be haled out of his body and be exhausted in external work?
Specialists call these points "hypnogenic points," from which fluidic streams radiate.