SECRET, DON'T TELL: THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HYPNOTISM

Acorn Hill Publishing (Self-Published), 1999. Corey Smigliani. Stated First Edition. Softcover. Quarto. Lightly thumbed corners, and a bit of printing "chad" to several of the pages on fore-edge. Tight, bright. 510 pp. 514 pp.

During the 1990s, Emery researched somnambulism, hypnosis, and mind control. Because of a personal history as a victim of hypnotism abuse, she wrote...Secret, Don't Tell: The Encyclopedia of Hypnotism, a work which criticizes hypnosis in general, and specifically its unethical uses, legal recourses (or lack thereof). By writing this, she hoped to help others who found themselves with the same distressful fate. ...

Part I of Secret, Don't Tell contains four major case histories of criminal hypnosis which have been researched either by psychiatrists or investigative journalists. Each of those case histories is a clear-cut, well-studied, detailed case of hypnotic abuse - deceitful, amnesic, chronic, and damaging. Scattered throughout the book, many other significant cases involving criminal mind control are also described.

The late author was also the author of The Encyclopedia of Country Living, which she began reproducing as a mimeographed
publication, distributing more than 400,000 copies worldwide. She was raised. Near Fine. Item #85081
ISBN: 0965993035

Price: $300.00

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