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" Mariner has no reason at all to think so. There can be little doubt but that the priest, on such occasions, often summons into action the deepest feelings of devotion of which he is susceptible, and by a voluntary act disposes his mind, as much as possible,... "
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean ... - Side 104
af William Mariner - 1817
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Bind 3

1817
...feelings of devotion of which lie is susceptible, and by a voluntary act disposes his mind, as muchas possible, to be powerfully affected : till at length,...by involuntary effort, and the whole mind and body become subjected to the over-ruling emotion. But there is nothing new in all this : ancient 'times,...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications, Bind 13–14

Constable and co, ltd - 1827
...little doubt but that the priest, on such occasions, often summons into action the deepest feelings of devotion of which he is susceptible, and by a voluntary...much as possible, to be powerfully affected ; till at lenjt'i, what began by volition proceeds by involuntary effort, and the whole mind and body become...
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The Origin of Priesthood

Gunnar Landtman - 1905 - 217 sider
...little doubt but that the priest, on such occasions, often summons into action the deepest feelings of devotion of which he is susceptible, and by a voluntary...by involuntary effort, and the whole mind and body become subjected to the overruling emotion.* 5 We shall now turn to the question how priesthood has...
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Possession: Demoniacal and Other ; Among Primitive Races, in Antiquity, the ...

Traugott Konstantin Oesterreich - 1999 - 400 sider
...doubt, however, but that the priest, on such occasions, often summons into action the deepest feelings of devotion of which he is susceptible, and by a voluntary...body becomes subjected to the overruling emotion. 4 Mr. Mariner frequently associated with them, watched their general conduct, and enquired the opinion...
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Early Sociology of Religion

Turner B S Staff - 2004 - 368 sider
...can be little doubt . . . but that the priest . . . often summons into actions the deepest feelings of devotion of which he is susceptible, and by a voluntary act disposes his mind . . . to be powerfully affected : till at length what began by volition proceeds by involuntary effort,...
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