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DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (1859-1930). Creator of Sherlock Holmes.
Autograph Letter Signed to General Enesy in Budapest, 2 pages small 4to, 15 Buckingham Palace Mansions, 8 March 1926. Thanking him for his letter and invitation, promising to consider a trip to Austria, and further expressing his views on the subject of spiritualism.
'... More and more I see that the phenomena are nothing - mere signals in order to call our attention to the messages, the first clear detailed account of what awaits us beyond the grave which has ever been made to the human race. When the certainty of this is realised it will give a common bond to all mankind, draw the various religions and nations closer together, and make the improvement of character and unselfishness the obvious aims of our existence. It will be the end of the dark ages. ...'

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