„Everything lives and perishes through magnetism; one thing affects another one, even at great distances, and its "congenitals" may be influenced to health and disease by the power of this sympathy, at any time, and notwithstanding the intervening space.“

—  Helena Blavatsky, libro Isis Unveiled

Origine: Isis Unveiled (1877), Volume I, Chapter VII

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