experiment, conducted 23rd June 1913, was attended by Herr von
Kaiser, Herr Sch., Princess R., and Prof. Schrenck-Notzing.
As was common
procedure in all of Prof. Schrenck-Notzing's experiments, the medium
put on her specially-made costume in the presence of Mrs Schott and
was examined by Dr. E. and Prof. Schrenck-Notzing. This costume was
made out of fine transparent material to rule out the possibility of
hidden packets, veils and material. Only her naked
body was under the costume. She was not allowed to wear shoes. An examination of the hair,
done up in a braid, and of the ears, mouth, etc, was also carried out
by Dr. E and Prof. Schrenck-Notzing as part of the regular procedure.
photograph below Stanislava is wearing a whole tricot, with wide full
bags for her hands, and a veil covering over her head. The fastening
of the head veil and the tricot were lead-sealed.
experiment an examination of the medium and cabinet was always
undertaken. This again further eliminated the possibility of fraud. In
the experiment below the veils and lead seals were left intact
after the experiment and during the process of materialisation - as they
were in all the experiments.
Schrenck-Notzing says on page 257 in his book Phenomena of
Materialisations, "It is interesting to note the difference
between the regular square thread structure of the white veil,
covering the hands, and the marking of the mediumistic product. A
piece of the black veil seems to be drawn back into the mouth by
Stanislava, so that the process of the penetration of the veil is not
clearly shown. For this reason the experiment was repeated under the
same conditions, with the head veil drawn more tightly, and the
suggestion was made not to draw it into the mouth. But the experiment,
in any case, is evidential, since the medium had no materials at her
disposal with which she could have brought about such a result,
outside her dress".
repeated experiments, carried out 1st July 1913, were once again
successful. The tighten veils on the mediums hands and head were
untouched. Prof. Schrenck-Notzing said "The conditions of
attachment in the experiment of the 1st July did not allow any further
possibility of a fraudulent production of these phenomena." (Phenomena
of Materialisation, pg.258)