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Thirty Years Among the Dead

Posted 21 10 14

Thirty Years Among the Dead
by Carl A. Wickland

Dr. Carl A. Wickland, (1861-1945) was a member of the Chicago Medical Society,
the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the chief psychiatrist
at the National Psychopathic Institute of Chicago.
Wickland specialized in cases of schizophrenia, paranoia, depression,
addiction, manic-depression, criminal behavior and other phobias.

After moving to Los Angeles in 1918, he founded the National Psychological
 Institute of Los Angeles with his wife Anna Wickland, who was a trance medium.

Wickland treated many patients suffering from mental illness of all kinds,
and after many years experience came to the conclusion that a number
of patients he treated had 'attachments;' by that he meant that spiritual entities
had attached themselves to unwitting mortals and influenced them (often)
in the worst kind of way—leading them to alcoholism, madness, and occasionally murder.

Wickland stated at the time;

Spirit obsession is a fact – a perversion of a natural law – and is amply demonstrable. This has been proven hundreds of times by causing the supposed insanity or aberration
to be temporarily transferred from the victim to a psychic sensitive who is trained for the purpose, and by this method ascertain the cause of the psychosis to be an ignorant or mischievous spirit, whose identity may frequently be verified.


Having come to the 'spirit obsession' conclusion, Wickland and his wife set up a rescue circle, with Mrs. Wickland acting as the medium, and they set about communicating with lost souls who had passed away and were unaware of their post physical death condition and often in denial due to dogmatic religious and equally dogmatic atheist beliefs.

In the introduction of the book the author writes,

The change called death, the word is a misnomer-universally regarded with gloomy fear,
occurs so naturally and simply that the greater number, after passing out of the physical
are not aware that the transition has been made, and having no knowledge of a spiritual
life they are totally unconscious of having passed into another state of being. Deprived
of their physical sense organs, they are shut out from the physical light, and lacking,
a mental perception of the high purpose of existence, these individuals are spiritually
blind and find themselves in a twilight condition-the outer darkness mentioned in the Bible and linger in the realm known as the Earth sphere.

The book documents a number of cases of both anonymous and well-known communicators
such as Helena Blavatsky; cofounder of the Theosophy movement, and Mary Baker-Eddy,
the founder of Christian Science. A number of subjects are discussed
including crime, suicide, materialism, selfishness, and narcotics.


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