Definition of Bilocations
1. bilocation [n] - See also: bilocation
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bilocations
Literary usage of Bilocations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1908)
"... he says: " Assuming, then, that this is so—that these bilocations do occur without any appreciable stimulus from without, and in moments of apparent ..."
2. Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic William Henry Myers (1903)
"Assuming, then, that this is so—that these bilocations do occur without any appreciable stimulus from without, and. in moments of apparent calm and ..."
3. Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic William Henry Myers, Leopold Hamilton Myers (1907)
"Assuming, then, that this is so — that these bilocations or self-projections to a point apparently remote from one's body do occur without any appreciable ..."
4. The Unknown Guest by Maurice Maeterlinck (1914)
"... or clairvoyance; veridical apparitions or hallucinations; haunted houses; bilocations and so forth; communications with the dead; the divining-rod; ..."
5. Romish Rites, Offices, and Legends, Or Authorised Superstitions and by Martin Wilson Foye (1856)
"... other source than his face, because the sun was at the time hid with clouds, and concealed from sight." —p. 213. [The prodigy of bilocations, or sort of ..."
6. Old Diary Leaves: The True Story of the Theosophical Society by Henry Steel Olcott (1895)
"... projection of the Double by wicked persons bent on mischief ; of bilocations, hauntings of hated victims, ..."