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" ... best he could say of it was, that he felt himself all over in a glow of heat and quite restless and uncomfortable, and did not feel his own personal identity, as it were, but seemed to have a mind different from his own natural mind, his thoughts... "
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean ... - Side 108
af William Mariner - 1817
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific ..., Bind 1

William Mariner - 1817
...his own * The souls of deceased nobles become gods of the second rank in Dolotoo. natural mind, bis thoughts wandering upon strange and unusual subjects,...He next asked him how he knew it was the spirit of ri oogoo Ahoo ? his answer was, " there's a fool ! how can I tell you haw I knew it ; I felt and knew...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications, Bind 13–14

Constable and co, ltd - 1827
...did not feel his own personal identity as it were, but seemed to have a mind different from his own natural mind, his thoughts wandering upon strange...Ahoo ? his answer was, " There's a fool ! how can I tell you how I knew it ; I felt and knew it was so by a kind of consciousness ; my mind told me that...
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The Nineteenth Century, Bind 19

1886
...did not feel his own personal identity, as it were, but seemed to have a mind different from his own natural mind, his thoughts wandering upon strange...Toogoo Ahoo ? His answer was,' There's a fool! How can I tell you how I knew it ? I felt and knew it was so by a kind of consciousness ; my mind told me that...
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Essays Upon Some Controverted Questions

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1892 - 625 sider
...did not feel his own personal identity, as it were, but seemed to have a mind different from his own natural mind, his thoughts wandering upon strange...Toogoo Ahoo ? His answer was, " There's a fool! How can I tell you hmv I knew it? I felt,and knew it was so by a kind of consciousness; my mind told me that...
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Collected Essays: Science and Hebrew tradition

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1894
...different from his own natural mind, his thoughts wandering upon strange and unusual subjects, though perfectly sensible of surrounding objects. He next...Toogoo Ahoo? His answer was, " There's a fool! How can I tell you how I knew it? I felt and knew it was so by a kind of consciousness ; my mind told me that...
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Collected Essays, Bind 4

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1900
...different from his own natural mind, his thoughts wandering upon strange and unusual subjects, though perfectly sensible of surrounding objects. He next asked him how he knew it was the spirit ot Toogoo Ahoo ? His answer was, " There's a fool I How can I tell you how I knew it ? I felt and knew...
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Possession: Demoniacal and Other ; Among Primitive Races, in Antiquity, the ...

Traugott Konstantin Oesterreich - 1999 - 400 sider
...not feel his own personal identity as it were, but felt as if he had a mind different from his own natural mind, his thoughts wandering upon strange...Toogoo Ahoo ? His answer was " There's a fool! How can I tell you how I knew it ? I felt and knew it was so by a kind of consciousness; my mind told me that...
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Early Sociology of Religion

Turner B S Staff - 2004 - 368 sider
...did not feel his own personal identity as it were, but seemed to have a mind different from his own natural mind, his thoughts wandering upon strange...although perfectly sensible of surrounding objects. When asked how he knew it was the spirit of Tukuaho, his answer was, "There's a fool ! how can I tell...
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The Nineteenth Century, Bind 19

1886
...did not feel hia owu personal identity, as it were, but seemed to have a mind different from his own natural mind, his thoughts wandering upon strange...Ahoo ? His answer was, ' There's a fool ! How can I tell you how I knew it ? I felt and knew it was so by a kind of consciousness ; my mind told me that...
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Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead

Frazer
...strange and unusual topics, though he remained perfectly sensible of surrounding objects. When Mariner asked him how he knew it was the spirit of Toogoo Ahoo who possessed him, the chief answered impatiently, " There's a fool I How can I tell you how I knew...
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