Lutoslawski, Wincenty (1863–1954)
Polish occultist and mystic. He was born in 1863 in Warsaw
and studied chemistry and philosophy before developing his
own synthesis of psychic phenomena, sex, and mysticism. He
corresponded with psychologist William James and with psychical
researcher Charles Richet.
In 1902 he proposed the term ‘‘metapsychic’’ for studies in
psychic science, independently adopted by Richet for his own
investigations. Lutoslawski also founded a short-lived political
party named the Philaretes. He died on December 28, 1954, in
Krakow.
Sources
Lutoslawski, Wincenty. The Knowledge of Reality. N.p., 1930.
———. Pre-Existence and Reincarnation. N.p., 1928.
———. The World of Souls. N.p., 1924.

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