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The sound of her laugh was so funny that she laughed again at that; she kept on laughing, with shriller and shriller squeals.
Her father considered it. The cat perhaps. The cat and the Queen.
But no; that isn't funny. Each kissed her in turn, and the Baby Harriett stopped laughing suddenly. That's what Pussycat saw. When Nurse had gone she would lie still in her cot, waiting.
The door would open, the big pointed shadow would move over the ceiling, the lattice shadow of the fireguard would fade and go away, and Mamma would come in carrying the lighted candle.
Her face shone white between her long, hanging curls. Such is the great, the eternal question asked by all the philosophers, the thinkers, the seekers of all times and all creeds. Is death an end or a transformation?
Do there exists proofs, evidences of survival of the human being after the destruction of the living organism? Until today the subject has remained outside the field of scientific observation.
Is it possible to approach it by the principles of experimentation to which humanity owes all the progress that has been realized by science? Is the attempt logical? Are we not face to face with the mysteries of an invisible world that is different from that which lies before our senses and which cannot be penetrated by our methods of positive investigation? May we not essay, seek to find whether or not certain facts, if carefully and correctly observed, are susceptible of being scientifically analyzed and accepted as real by the severest criticism?
We want no more fine words, no more metaphysics. It is a question of our fate, our destiny, our personal future, our very existence.
It is not cold reason alone that demands an answer; it is not only the mind; it is our longings, our heart also. Those who have never lost by death some one deeply loved have never sounded the depths of despair, have never bruised themselves against the closed door of the tomb. We seek, and an impenetrable wall rises inexorably before the terror that confronts us.
I have received hundreds of earnest appeals that I should have liked to answer. Should I make these confidences known?
I have hesitated a long time. But there are so many of them, they reflect so faithfully the intense desire that exists to reach a solution, that it has now become a matter of general interest and my duty is clear.
These expressions of feeling are the natural introduction to this work, for it is they that have decided me to write it. Nevertheless, I must apologize for reproducing these pages without alteration; for if they reveal the very souls of their sensitive authors, they also express themselves about me in terms of praise that it might well seem immodest on my part to publish.
But this is only a personal detail, and consequently insignificant, especially as an astronomer, who realizes that he is an atom before the infinite and eternal universe, is inaccessible to and hermetically sealed against feelings of worldly vanity.