“Witchcraft involves the use of supernormal powers such as clairvoyancy, invisibility, flying, and the ability to kill at a distance.”
“Williams and the news media didn't get it wrong, they got it right; last I checked the journalistic virtues of transparency and accuracy didn't include clairvoyancy.”
“As far as feats of clairvoyancy goes this was very much beginner level.”
“In his forty-page photocopied treatise, The Ascensional Science of Spiritualizing Fruitarian Dietetics, he suggests that fruits can be catalysts for clairvoyancy.”
“He was what the people of the time called a 'white rapper' and I believe he may have been touched by the Force (the people of that time called it clairvoyancy).”
“Inspired clairvoyancy, Peter - he hasn't even been interviewed yet.”
“PERLE: Well, I've given up clairvoyancy in this area.”
“The "Time Plays" were influenced by the mystic P.D. Ouspensky (Gurdjieff's disciple), as well as by the mathematician J.W. Dunne of the 1927 An Experiment with Time, which explores the clairvoyancy of dreams.”
“He insisted scornfully that we none of us knew Emma, that we underestimated both her emotional capacity and her resourcefulness, and, finally, in a burst of rash clairvoyancy he declared that she would give away both the St. Michael and herself, but in her own time and manner, and with some odd personal reservation that would content us all.”
“Her cleverness along this line sometimes amounted to clairvoyancy, but, in this instance, no one needed to be supernaturally gifted to recognize the earmarks, for no man could look so radiantly happy as Wallie unless he had inherited a million dollars -- or married the girl he wanted.”
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