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OUR PARIS LETTER. (From our Special Correspondent.) HYPNOTISM THE VOYANTE OF THE RUE DE PARADIS \\l: THE ANGEL GABRIEL HYSTERIA AND SOMNAM- BULISM CHARCOT AND BERNHEIM THE DIFFERENT STAGES OF HYPNOTISM, RULES FOR THE ADMINIS- TRATION OF AN HYPNOTIC WAVE SWEEPS OVER PARIS SEROPATHY IN ALCOHOLISM. . May 1, 1896. The thirst for a knowledge of the " beyond," the influ- ence of the viagra sale mastercard mystery pervading not only death itself but what may come thereafter, is implanted in every hu- man breast. It is for this reason that spiritism, hypnotism, and somnambulism are so deeply interest- ing to the laity as well as to the medical profession. To the former, because they are awed and mystified ; to the latter, because viagra sale mastercard they are not only able to study meta- physics more profoundly, but also have in them viagra sale mastercard valu- able therapeutic measures with which to treat, often successfully, certain forms of nervous disease. The spiritualistic and hypnotic fever has been raging in Paris for several months past, and a certain Mile. Coue'don, living with her parents in a modest home in the Rue de Paradis, has contributed in no small way to throwing the great city into its present psychologi- cal state. This modest young girl, about nineteen years of age, with her black hair and eyes, claims to be in communication with the angel Gabriel during the catalepto-somnambulistic sleep into which she puts herself. Of course it is the angel Gabriel whom her dupes wish to consult, and if he had need of money before Mile. Coue'don appeared upon the scene, he certainly does not need it now, unless Mile. Coue'don keeps it all for herself, which is probable. This voy- ante, as she is called, has been so overrun with clients that she can no viagra sale mastercard longer be viagra buy turkey seen except by written ap- pointment, and numbers among her callers the highest and wealthiest in the land. 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