2 edition of Wizard from Vienna. found in the catalog.
Wizard from Vienna.
Originally published, London: Peter OwenLtd., 1975.
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After reading this book, Mesmer appears less a charlatan and manipulator and more a pioneering energy healer. Mesmer was born inand grew up near Lake Constance, which divides Switzerland from Swabia (now southwestern Germany).
At the age of 32, Mesmer received a combined MD and PhD from the Vienna School of by: Wizard's Castle (Howl's Moving Castle & Castle in the Air) Hardcover – January 1, by Diana Wynne Jones (Author) out of 5 stars 8 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Mesmer has always been one of those marginal, quackish figuresthe regalia for his seances included a wand and a purple silk cloakclaimed by both the scientists and the occultists. Buranelli is among those who see him as a figure of unique importance in the history of science: ""the Columbus of modern psychiatry,"" who like Freud stumbled onto the.
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