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" Hallucinations and imaginations innumerable; that he is gradually swelling, his body becoming larger and larger ; that some one calls him ; that he hears numberless bells ringing most sweetly ; imagines he hears music; shuts his eyes, and is lost for... "
Materia Medica and Special Therapeutics of the New Remedies. - Page 144
by Edwin M Hale, M.D. - 1897
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The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive ..., Volume 2

Timothy Field Allen - Homeopathy - 1875
...music of heaven,11. — In music, a single tone seemed like the most divine harmony,-". — Imagines he hears music ; shuts his eyes, and is lost for some time in the most delicious thoughts and dreams,1. — lIe funcies he hears numberless bells ringing most sweetly,1. — [100.] For fully two...
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The Encyclopedia of pure materia medica, Volume 2

1875
...music of heaven,". — In music, a single tone seemed like the most divine harmony,24. — Imagines he hears music ; shuts his eyes, and is lost for some time in the most delicious thoughts and dreams,1. — He fancies he heara numberless bells ringing moxt sweetly,1. — [100.] For fully two...
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Transactions of the ... Session of the American Institute of ..., Volume 30

American Institute of Homeopathy, American Institute of Homeopathy. Session - Homeopathy - 1877
...wake up, as it were, to those around him. Exaltation of spirits, with excessive loquacity. Imagines he hears music; shuts his eyes and is lost for some time in the most delicious thoughts and dreams ; he fancies he is a king or an important person. Great exaltation of mind, at times with enthusiastic...
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Headaches and Their Concomitant Symptoms: With a Complete and Concise ...

John C. King - Electronic books - 1879 - 297 pages
...accompanied 'by great oppression ; ameliorated in the open air. Fearful of becoming insane. Imagines he hears music; shuts his eyes and is lost for some time in the most delicious thoughts and dreams. Every few minutes loses himself, and then wakes up, as it were, to those around him. Very absent-minded....
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The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica, Volume 3

Constantine Hering - 1881 - 3975 pages
...larger ; that some one calls him ; that he hears numberless bells ringing most sweetly ; imagines he hears music; shuts his eyes, and is lost for some time in the most delicious thoughts and dreams. II Exaggeration of duration of time and extent of space; a few seconds seem ages; a few rods an immense...
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The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica, Volume 3

Constantine Hering - 1881 - 3975 pages
...larger; that some one calls him ; that he hears numberless bells ringing most sweetly ; imagines he hears music ; shuts his eyes, and is lost for some time in the most delicious thoughts and dreams. I 1 Exaggeration of duration of time and extent of space; a few seconds seem ages; a few rods an immense...
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Southern Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 13

1896
...thoughts crowding on his brain. He fancies he hears numberless bells ringing most sweetly. Imagines he hears music, shuts his eyes, and is lost for some...the air to a great height, when the strains of music becomes perfectly celestial; on regaining consciousness his head is bent forward, his neck is stiff,...
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Southern Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 14

1897
...so m. that he can not read understandingly: Coca. Music. — Imagines he hears m., shuts his eye":, and is lost for some time in the most delicious thoughts and dreams : Can. ind. Over-sensitiveness to external impressions; can not tolerate noise talking, music, strong...
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Characteristics of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica

Melford Eugene Douglass - Homeopathy - 1900 - 974 pages
...pump-log, through which a stream of hot water was playing. Imagines some one calls him. Imagines he hears music ; shuts his eyes, and is lost for some time in the most delicious thoughts and dreams. Fancies he hears numberless bells ringing most sweetly. Exaltation of spirits, with excessive loquacity....
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Practice of Medicine: Containing the Homeopathic Treatment of Diseases

Pierre Jousset - Homeopathy - 1901 - 1115 pages
...and larger; that someone calls him, that he hears numberless bells ringing most sweetly ; imagines he hears music ; shuts his eyes, and is lost for some time in the most delicious thoughts and dreams. Agaricus muscarius produces extremely remarkable aural hallucinations. The patient imagines that the...
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