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He will probably devote more and more of his time and strength to going about the country lecturing, etc. He has got into touch with a family in Bradford where the little girl, Elsie, and her cousin, Frances, constantly go into woods and play with the fairies.
The father and mother are sceptical and have no sympathy with their nonsense, as they call it, but an aunt, whom Edward has interviewed, is quite sympathetic with the girls.
However, of all the objections, which he considered in Our African Winter (p.
119), « The one which merits most attention is that they are cleverly cut-out figures which have been held up by invisible threads.
I would warn the critic, however, not to be led away by the sophistry that because some professional trickster, apt at the game of deception, can produce a somewhat similar effect, therefore the originals were produced in the same way.
There are few realities which cannot be imitated, and the ancient argument that because conjurers on their own prepared plates or stages can produce certain results, therefore similar results obtained by untrained people under natural conditions are also false, is surely discounted by the intelligent public.
Frances "ticed' them, as they call it, and Elsie stood ready with the camera.I got into touch with her and found that she also had not seen the photographs, but she had a friend, Miss Gardner, who had actually done so.On May 13 Miss Scatcherd wrote to me saying that she was getting on the trail, and including an extract from a letter of Miss Gardner, which ran as follows.We see objects within the limits which make up our colour spectrum, with infinite vibrations, unused by us, on either side of them.If we could conceive a race of beings which were constructed in material which threw out shorter or longer vibrations, they would be invisible unless we could tune ourselves up or tone them down.
I am quoting actual documents in this early stage, for I think there are many who would like a complete inside view of all that led up to so remarkable an episode. Gardner, she says : "You know that Edward is a Theosophist, has been for years, and now he is mostly engaged with lecturing and other work for the Society — and although for years I have regarded him as bathed in error and almost past praying for, I now find a talk with him an inspiring privilege.