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About the book
From Brazil comes this first comprehensive guide about a new therapeutic method that may be widely and safely used. The research findings described in A Vital Fluid Called Ectoplasm show that ectoplasm is not just a mystery substance connected with materialization phenomena, but also part of nature, integral to our lives and crucial to our health. The presentation as well as treatment of topics are user friendly, as can be seen from this table of contents:
III.What is ectoplasm?
IV.Is ectoplasm a type of matter?
V.How is ectoplasm produced in the human being?
VI.Where is ectoplasm formed in the human being?
VII.Relation between ectoplasm and hysteria
a.Cases described by Freud
VIII.Medium Eusapia Palladino
IX.Generalities about the symptoms caused by ectoplasm and ways to avoid them
X.What are the symptoms caused by ectoplasm accumulation?
a. Symptoms involving the digestive system
b. Symptoms involving the respiratory system
c. Symptoms involving the auditory system
d. General symptoms
e. Psychological factors
f. Other possible symptoms
XI.Physical appearance of people with ectoplasm accumulation
XIII.Would ectoplasm be a type of matter already known to science?
XIV.Ectoplasm and nutrition
XV.How to trigger ectoplasm release
XVI.Consequences in people with ectoplasm accumulation
XVII.Other ways of releasing ectoplasm
XVIII.Results obtained with people after the release of excess ectoplasm
XIX.Five children cases involving ectoplasm
XX.The various ‘bodies’ of the human being and their relation to ectoplasm
XXI.The use of ectoplasm by the spirits
XXII.How to sense ectoplasm with the hands
XXIII.About visible ectoplasm released by materialization mediums
XXIV.A few final considerations
About the author
Matthieu Tubino is a Brazilian university professor and award-winning researcher. Besides actively collaborating with the Spiritist Movement for over 40 years, he is also Master in Chemistry and Doctor in Sciences by UNICAMP, with a postdoctoral degree from the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. Despite these academic and scientific credentials, his style is simple, direct and often personal while uncovering the secrets of ectoplasm and the laying on of hands (fluidotherapy), making for easy and pleasant reading.