The zigzag rays emanating from the male hypnotist's eyes on this Depression-era pamphlet liken hypnotism to an electrical force that only the gifted could transmit. Women and "the fair" were particularly susceptible.

From Wonder shows: performing science, magic, and religion in America by Fred Nadis

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The zigzag rays emanating from the male hypnotist's eyes on this Depression-era pamphlet liken hypnotism to an electrical force that only the gifted could transmit. Women and "the fair" were particularly susceptible.
    1. The zigzag rays emanating from the male hypnotist's eyes on this Depression-era pamphlet liken hypnotism to an electrical force that only the gifted could transmit. Women and "the fair" were particularly susceptible.