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novice_81

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In a 1934 BBC broadcast Dame Edith Lyttelton, a member of the politically and socially prominent Balfour family in England and the president of the British Society for Psychical Research, invited listeners to send in accounts of their own precognitive experiences. (Holographic Universe/Michael Talbot)

What does it mean when someone is a member of "the politically and socially prominent family"?
 
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