8°. 12 issues (all published) in one volume, 384 pp. with black and white illustrations, 5 interleaved blue and white images, contemporary black cloth binding, debossed Ottoman title on the spine, old paper label on the lower part of the spine (old signature on the title page and old annotations in Ottoman language with a signature on the last page, sporadic old underlining and red lines in white margins, but otherwise inside in a good condition, binding dusty, slightly rubbed and with scuffed edges).
An exceedingly rare complete series of 12 Ottoman magazines on the supernatural powers, mostly on spirits, ghosts and telepathy, was issued in Istanbul in 1909 and 1910. The articles present contemporary western techniques for calling the spirits, give instructions on how to prepare various objects for the sessions and answer questions about the telepathy.
The superb photos, printed in blue, showcase the spirits appearing at the sessions, which strangely resemble men, wearing white sheets over their heads. Other images represent contemporary influential Ottoman and Western male and female spiritualists.
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