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London Psychic Educational Centre 17, ASHMERE GROVE, LONDON, S.W.2. OUTLINE OF AN ADDRESS DELIVERED TO THE Link Association of Spirit Circles Wortley Hall, Finsbury Park Preliminary to the Public Demonstration of KILNASCRENE NOVEMBER 28th, 1936. The Development of Clairvoyance AND THE Scientific Formation of Circles by HARRY BODDINGTON Dipl Author and Lecturer on Psychic Science . S.N.U., Vice-Pres. L.D.C., Director London Psychic Educational Centre. PRICE - SIXPENCE Sincerely yours,
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  London Psychic Educational Centre 17, ASHMERE GROVE, LONDON, S.W.2. OUTLINE OF AN ADDRESS DELIVERED TO THE Link Association of Spirit Circles Wortley Hall, Finsbury ParkPreliminary to the Public Demonstration of  KILNASCRENE NOVEMBER 28th, 1936.  The Development of Clairvoyance AND THE Scientific Formation of Circles by  HARRY BODDINGTON Author and Lecturer on Psychic Science  Dipl  . S.N.U., Vice-Pres. L.D.C., Director London Psychic Educational Centre. PRICE - SIXPENCE  Sincerely yours, H. BODDINGTON.    Extract from The Spiritualist News, December 12th, 1936. KILNASCRENES. On Saturday last Mr. H. Boddington lectured on Kilnascrene and the Scientific Formation of Circles. The request came from the Link Association of Home Circles. The meeting was held at Wortley Hall, Finsbury Park. It was followed by a demonstra- tion of the methods for using Kilnascrene. After the lecture, groups of about six adjourned to a small room. On the table was a black cloth. Over it was a 100 c.p. electric light with a clear glass bulb. Investigators first gazed at the light for about two minutes. Then, holding their hands under the lamp, examined them. In most cases they were shrouded with a smoky haze. The I next move was to draw this haze from one hand to another. This was followed by moving the fingers at right angles to each other until sometimes they were as much as a foot part. If the haze or lines of force looking like faint shadows, or threads of  cigarette smoke, could be definitely made to change their shape, and could be pointed in every direction, this part of the demon- stration was ended. Their backs were now turned to the light and in the shadow formed by their bodies, the movements with the hands were repeated after removing Kilnascrene from the eyes. If they habitually wore spectacles, they resumed them to see the aura. Out of 60 people who tested this process 55 declared the result satisfactory. An interesting point emerges here. Out of 40 people who tested the screens before the massed seance, only two failed to see the aura. After the seance, out of 20 people who then tried to see, five failed. Mr. Boddington's conclusionfrom this result is that this type of seance is exhausting. The address contained so many points of interest to all circle holders that we shall commence a verbatim report in the January issue of the Christian Spiritualist. 3    Extract from The Christian Spiritualist,  January, 1937. Clairvoyance, Auricsight and  The Scientific Formation of  Developing Circles. In the bible, clairvoyance is called the discerning of spirits. In the Far East it is common among fakirs, yogis and priests of all denominations. It proves to followers that their particular religion is divinely favoured. With the advent of Modern Spiritualism its practice has become world wide. Psychic Science has arisen in its wake and is rapidly separating superstition fromfact and subconscious activity from spirit guidance. Foremost among those who have unconsciously given an impetus to the study of clairvoyance stands the name of Dr. Kilner. While searching for a method of transforming human radiations into terms of colour, he hit upon an srcinal method of diagnosis. In its essential details it corroborates the statements of clairvoyants and cuts short the long years of preparation at one time thought to be necessary. By utilising a little known dye, called dicyanine, heproduced an effect upon the optic nerve which extended normal vision into the regions of the infra red and ultra violet ends of the spectrum. Radiations like the perfume of flowers and the human aura thus became visible. Following his lines of research I made an apparatus which obviated much of the expense and all the drawbacks of Kilner's srcinal screen. This was registered under the name of Auro- specs. (See advt. at end of booklet on Aura : How to See. ). Few doctors have the time or patience to travel the path indicated by Kilner. Still fewer care to have their names associated with anything which links them up to psychic studies. For in all experi-ments those who were mediumistic obtained results impossible to others.  Thus Kilner opened an avenue to psychic science although henever personally saw beyond the etheric body. The avenue leads by the most direct route to second sight and has been adopted by Spiritualists as the safest and most certain method of development. Watching the aura was found to develop impressionalism of a high 4
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