OTHER WORDS FROM psychometrypsy·cho·met·ric, psy·cho·met·ri·cal, adjectivepsy·chom·e·tri·cian [sahy-kom-i-trish-uhn], /saɪˌkɒm ɪˈtrɪʃ ən/, psy·chom·e·trist, noun
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Psychometry develops the occultist for still higher clairvoyant powers.
In Psychometry some object is used in order to bring the occulist "en rapport" with the person or thing associated with it.
The above incident is typical of this class of psychometry, and many persons have had at least flashes of this phase of the power.
In this phase of psychometry, all that is needed is a piece of the coal, mineral or metal which has come from the mine.
The following examples will give a good idea of the Denton experiments, which are typical of this class of psychometry.