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Does "coming and going" refer to "ectoplasmic forms"?

 
 
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Does "coming and going" refer to "ectoplasmic forms"?
One observation which Olcott made was that these ectoplasmic forms were quick to obey any mental order from a strong-minded sitter, coming and going as they were willed to do. Other observers in various séances have noted the same fact, and it may be taken as one of the fixed points in this baffling problem.
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