Egyptian Miracle 1939
The restoration of the lost speech of ancient Egypt by supernormal means. It was the author's privilege to record, publish and help translate the most interesting case of xenoglossy, or "speaking in tongues," in history. It is known to students of psychic research throughout the world as "The Rosemary Case." This case has provided the best evidence at the time that shows that individuality, identity and memory survive the death of the physical body and persist for thousands of years in the subconscious.
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JSTOR: Some Claims of Xenoglossy in the Ancient Languages
In This Egyptian Miracle, 147, Wood relates how he challenged Gunn, ..... Wood devotes a whole chapter of This Egyptian Miracle to 'Responsive Speech' (pp. ...