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It is the worst possible account of this age of psychics and spirit-healers and fakirs and fashionable fortune-tellers.

Eugenics and Other EvilsG. K. Chesterton

A word, finally, as to the necessarily slow progress which has been and is being made in the study of "psychics."

Doubtless much the same law will be found to apply in the realm of "psychics."

All psychics who come within the radius of his powerful, spiritual aura, sense or see this strong symmetrical body.

Solaris FarmMilan C. Edson

But still it is to the psychics of sex, for the most part, that we are limited.

Montaigne and ShakspereJohn M. Robertson

All drunkards and drug fiends are psychics; degenerates are also psychics.

All right for the psychics, but that's what she reminded me of.

Somewhere in Red GapHarry Leon Wilson

He has a cheerful way, I'm told, of treating his 'psychics' like oranges—squeezing them and throwing them into the street.

I am persuaded that a great deal of what is called 'fraud' arises from the suggestibility of the psychics.

The Shadow WorldHamlin Garland

According to the psychics, there ought to have been some inward stirrings of recognition, but there weren't—not a single thrill.

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