(Medium Mrs. Costel)
I will talk about the strange phenomenon that takes place in the meetings,
whatever their character. I mean the electricity of thought, which
spreads as if by magic through the brains of those less prepared to receive
it. That alone could confirm magnetism to the eyes of the most incredulous.
I am amazed by the coexistence of the phenomena and how they
reciprocally confirm each other. You will certainly say: Spiritism explains
them all, because it provides the reason for the facts up until now left to
the domain of superstition. It is necessary to believe in what Spiritism
teaches you since it transforms stones into diamonds, that is, it incessantly
elevates the souls dedicated to its understanding, giving them patience to
endure their sufferings on Earth, allowing them the glorious elevation in
heaven, drawing them closer to the Creator.
I return to the starting point from which I moved a little bit away.
The electricity that unites the spirit of people in an assembled meeting,
allowing them to simultaneously understand the same thing, that very
electricity shall one day be employed with such efficiency among people
as it is in the communications at a distance. I reveal to you this idea that I will develop one day because it is very prolific. Keep the serenity in your
works and count on the benevolence of the good spirits that assist you.
I will complete my thought that was unfinished in my previous communication.
I was speaking about the electricity of thought and I told you
that one day it would be used like its sister, the physical electricity is used.
In fact, when in a meeting, people release the fluids that transmit the
minimal impressions to them, with the speed of light. Why hasn’t such
a means been used, for example, to discover a criminal or to make the
masses understand the truths of religion or Spiritism? In the great criminal
or political trials the audience of the judicial dramas could detect the
magnetic current that progressively forces those very people more interested
in hiding their thoughts to reveal it or even accuse themselves, since
they no longer can withstand the electrical pressure that would irrespectively
produce the truth, not out of their consciousness, but of their hearts.
Apart from those strong emotions, the same phenomenon happens with
intellectual ideas, transmitted from the brain to brain. The means then
has already been found. It is necessary to apply it: to gather in the same
center, people of conviction, or educated people, and bring together the
contrast of ignorance or vice. Such experiments must be carried out with
awareness and are more importantly than debates about words.
Delphine de Girardin