Blavatsky Collected Writings Volume 4 Page 125


[The Theosophist, Vol. III, No. 9, June, 1882, p. 232]

[The medium is described as a young woman who was terrified by a demon (Piśacha) which constantly haunted her. She would sometimes rush into the house in terror, “whereupon there would immediately come rattling against the sides and roof of the building a storm of bricks, stones and pebbles.” No one was ever struck. “The strangest fact was that we could not see the stone until it was within a couple of feet or so of the ground,” says the narrator. To this H. P. B. remarks:]

A most interesting fact. We have here a practical testimony going to support the theory—long since put forth by us—that, in the transport of inert substances, the atoms are disintegrated, and suddenly reformed at the point of deposit.