The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1956 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEYTLLB (ARK.) COURIER MONDAT, MARCH It, 1»M Experts Express Views On Power of Hypnosis ,. rocketed to the top of most best-se lists. What children. Some their deaths." Across the nation. NEW YORK (-' days ago by a state "I saw him purportedly take three different persons back- to a period In time before they were born" the reporter said. "All responded as other persons in a life previous to the one they are now living. They gave their names, described their homes, told of their marriages and their -71 described Across u«= i... many other reporters have recently found similar experiments to write about or even take part in. One writer appeared on a television network while supposedly m the state of a nth century German leather worker In Shawnee, Okla., a youth lef. a suicide note saying he wanted to investigate the theory oi reincarnation in person. And In California, a hostess, taking note of the times, sent out party invitations which instructed: "Come as you were." Why such a sweeping revival ot interest in hypnotism and reincarnation? The answer seems to lie in an By WATSON SIMS - A veteran news reporter in Olympia, Wash., was amazed several .. dram atic experiments in hypnotism. back in memory "until, oddly enough, you find yourself in some other scene, in some other place, in some other time. . . ." The statements she subsequently made, says Bernstein, indicate that the woman lived in Ireland 200 years ago as Bridey—or Bridget—Murphy. Published only a few weeks ago "The Search For Bridey Murphy is now in its 8th printing (145,000 copies) and demand is far outrunning supply It has been serialized by 42 newspapers and purchased for a movie. t osubjects who lend themselves to experiments by amateur hypno- :s. 'Hard scientific evidence says that hypnosis is an explosive thing to play with," says the American Psychological Assn., an organization of 15.000 psychologists and research psychiatrists. "Psychological research on the subject has not yet told us enough about it so that it can be_used except with great care." Seeking to check the scientific background for taking a subject By way of by-products, the book has" stimulated activity by other amateur hypnotists and has deeply disturbed clergymen and psychologists. Clereymen object on the ground that conclusions are being drawn which contradict basic tenets of Christianity. Psychologists, who often use the technique of taking patients back in time to study human behavior, object on two counts: 1. They maintain that no information has been gained in this inc «!...„,-. -"••— •- --- - mation Has oeen gameu m uu= amateur hypnotist s book which ^ whjch cou , d , Wy sup . suggests that one can be used to j reincarnat i on , the theory of prove the other The author, Morey Bernstein, placed a Colorado housewife un- i port reincarnation, the theory - earlier life. 2. They say that actual mental tp'nos" to"r to go tosuoled/ who lend themse.ves in time, The .Associated Press queried • five outstanding back authorities who have engaged in research in hypnosis They were unanimus and emphatic in denying that such experiments could shed new light on reincarnation. On these mechanics they were in agreement: When a subject under hypnosis is told to go back and relieve his past—scientists call it regression- he will comply to the best of his ability, drawing on all the resources at his command. These resources may include the memory of past experiences, Knowledge he has gained from other sources—and fabrication. "It is important to note tha there are two kinds of regres sion." said Dr. Louis R. Wolberg Large Write-In Yore Expected In New Hamphire CONCORD. N. H. observers will be watching for any large scale write-in movement on the Republican vice . presidential preference poll in New Hampshire's flrst-in-the-nation presidential primary tomorrow. Reports have circulated that many Republican voters, moved by increasing speculation about President Eisenhower's running mate, will take the trouble to indicate director of the post graduate center of psychiatry and associate professor of clinical psychiatry at New. York Medical Center. •One is true regression, which a good subject is able to relive parts of his natural existence which he can no longer consciously recall. The other, by far the most common, form is nothing more than hypnotic role playing." Experimenters, at Yale University School of Medicine took another tack: they projected into the "future" five subjects who previously had been taken back into the past; and received equally convincing performances in either direction. "The stories they gave were quite plausible in view of each subject's background," comment- ei' Dr. Richard Newman, profes. sor of clinical psychiatry. A medical student, for example, was told it is an afternoon in October, 1963. He immediately reported himself busy with an emergency operation, even describing the patient's abdominal cavity. "We believe that' each of our subjects, to please the hypnotist, I'antasied a future as actually here, and now," reported Drs. Robert Rubenstein and Jay Katz, both instructors in. clinical psychiatry at Yale. Actor Awarded His Sports Car SANTA MONICA, Calif. (*)—Actor Broderick Crawford has been awarded custody of a sleek, foreign- made sports car. But his estranged wife gets, to keep the family st»- tion wagon. Mrs. {Catherine Crawford asked for a restraining order to prevent the actor from reclaiming the $5,000 roadster. She said their two children, Kim, I, and Kelly, 4, particularly like riding in It. But Superior Judge Edward B. Brand observed, in settling this dispute: "I know the children might also enjoy going to the market on a horse or playing with a .48 caliber machine gun, but it won't be logical." Mrs. Crawford has a suit for separate maintenance pending. The actor, who tiled a cross complaint for divorce, said he loaned the car to his wife last December but needs it now for transportation. Judge Brand gave it to him and awarded her possession of the station wagon. Read Courier News Classified Ads their- endorsement of Vice President Nixon .or others by writing in their names. The preference polls section was added to the New Hampshire presidential ballot Jour years ago but no vice presidential aspirants entered then or this year. Eisenhower seems destined to win control of the 14-member OOP convention delegation. Economic Advlwr Pictures lk« As th« 'Grt of Conciliator' of Peace NEW YORK (#)—President Hs- the free world into a redoubtable enhower was pictured by MI aid* Saturday a* "The Great Conciliator" in efforts to strengthen unity at home and win luting peace for the world. Dr. Gabriel Hauge, economic adviser to the President, said in a speech prepared for a. luncheon meeting of the Women's National Republican Club: "It is one of the great »ood tor- tunes of the republic, that today a talented, humble, dedicated soldier- statesman guides our national destiny.", Hauge said it should be "a source of gratification and challenge to us as Republicans that Dwight O, Eisenhower chose our party as the instrument through which to serve our country," Hauge added that- Eisenhower "has proved himself The Great Conciliator in his work of strengthening the unity of our people and of welding together the peoples of force of Just and lasting peace." The President, Hauge said, has "brought to the waging of peace all the dedication, energy and intelligence with which he once waged war." Vtti In Stat* WASHINGTON W) — The Veterans Adminl»tr»tion s»ld Saturday 218,000 of the nation's 32,131,000 war veterans lived in Arkaiuu >i of last Deo, -1. 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