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TRANCETechnical Research in Acoustic Neural Consciousness Enhancement
TRANCETNF-Related Activation-Induced Cytokine
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My sister and I both saw her in the trance, little more than a month since," Mrs.
Yes, I see pockets," the man in the trance was saying.
He had a ball of string, and an instrument for making a hole in the wooden floor--I made a little play with that hole in the floor in my trance, by the way; with the lights left on below, it shone like a new shilling.
He observed that, to him, this trance looked more like a visitation of Satan than a proof of divine favour, and exhorted his friend to see that he hid no accursed thing within his soul.
A modern practitioner of mesmerism related how a client can be put in a state of hypnosis or trance without even talking to him/her.
President you are in a trance,' adding that the sooner the President got out of the trance, the better for the nation.
It has been well known throughout human history that trance is safe, effective, drug free and provides lasting benefits for those who have the benefit of experiencing it.
This year started off with a bang as Aly & Fila were voted number one DJ and number one producers at the 2016 Trance Podium Awards.
His sophisticated, deep and melodic progressive trance sound is loved by fans globally, his forward-thinking music being spun regularly by leading DJs such as Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Myon & Shane54, and Paul van Dyk.
N Trance made their name with the club floorfiller Set You Free and a cover of Stayin' Alive and will team up with Bongo for three of the panto dates.
Van Buuren is a master of progressive trance, a genre that emerged out of Germany in the mid-nineties, and owes the cinematic sound of his songs to synthesiser pioneers like ex-Tangerine Dream frontman Klaus Schulze and Jean Michael Jarre.
It has a special interest in how collective trance phenomena in this culture work on the Internet.