Definition of Telergy

1. a physical force in telepathy [n TELERGIES]



Medical Definition of Telergy

1. Synonym: automatism. Origin: G. Tele, far off, + ergon, work (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Telergy

telepsychic
telepsychics
teleradiography
teleradiology
teleradium
teleradium therapy
teleran
telerans
telereality
telereceptor
telerecording
telerecordings
telerehabilitation
telergic
telergies
telergy (current term)
telerobot
telerobotic
telerobotics
telerobots
teleroentgenography
teleroentgentherapy
telerythin
teles
telesale
telesales
telesatellite
telesatellites
telescope
telescope sight

Literary usage of Telergy

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1. The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1921)
"JHH telergy (The Communion of Souls). By FRANK C. CONSTABLE, MA Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co., London. EP Dutton and Co.. New York 1918. Pp. 113. ..."

2. Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic William Henry Myers (1903)
"That law is the direct transmission of thought and emotion from mind to mind, and the telergy—to use here a word more active in its connotation than ..."

3. Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic William Henry Myers (1903)
"That law is the direct transmission of thought and emotion from mind to mind, and the telergy—to use here a word more active in its connotation than ..."

4. Psychology as a Natural Science Applied to the Solution of Occult Psychic by Charles Godlove Raue (1889)
"Myers speaks of this cause or agency as telergy, in Phantasms of the Living, Vol. II, p. 283, and we shall accept this term for " Fernwirkung," or action at ..."

5. Mind (1898)
"The exercise of the faculty of clairvoyance, by means of which we see at a distance; telepathy, or sensing at a distance; telergy, or action at a distance; ..."

6. The Nineteenth Century (1884)
"Unless some such relation can be demonstrated we cannot reasonably speak of a psychical telergy — an action of mind on mind at a distance — as correlated ..."

7. Studies in Humanism by Ferdinand Canning Scott Schiller (1907)
"... dream, memory, hypnotism, hysteria, genius, insanity (largely), automatisms, chromatic hearing, hallucinations, ghosts, telepathy and telergy, ..."

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