Survival in culture (continued)
Abstract: 

Occult Sciences--Magical powers attributed by higher to lower races--Magical processes based on Association of Ideas--Omens--Augury, &c.--Oneiromancy--Haruspication, Scapulimancy, Chiromancy, &c.--Cartomancy, &c.--Rhabdomancy, Dactyliomancy, Coscinomancy, &c.--Astrology--Intellectual conditions accounting for the persistence of Magic--Survival passes into Revival--Witchcraft, originating in savage culture, continues in barbaric civilization; its decline in early mediaeval Europe followed by revival; its practices and counter-practices belong to earlier culture--Spiritualism has its source in early stages of culture, in close connexion with witchcraft--Spirit-rapping and Spirit-writing--Rising in the air--Performances of tied mediums--Practical bearing of the study of Survival.

Author(s): 
Tylor, Edward B.
Item Type: 
Book Section
Publication Title: 
Primitive culture: Researches into the development of mythology, philosophy, religion, language, art, and custom, Vol 1 (7th ed.)
Pages: 
112-159
Library Catalog: 
APA PsycNET

Turabian/Chicago Citation

Edward B. Tylor. "Survival in culture (continued)." Primitive culture: Researches into the development of mythology, philosophy, religion, language, art, and custom, Vol 1 (7th ed.) 112-159.

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