Arthur Lovell (David Coethyr Williams)
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|Alias(es)||David Arthur Lovell Williams|
|Born||David Coethyr Williams|
29 November 1864 
Melinwaun, Talley, Carmarthenshire, Wales, U.K.
|Died||11 August 1933 (68) |
Chorleywood, Hertfordshire, England, U.K.
|Alma mater||Llandovery College; Glasgow University|
|Spouse(s)||Susan Buckeridge (m. 1888)|
David Coethyr Williams (November 29, 1864 - August 11, 1933), more commonly known by his pseudonym Arthur Lovell, was a Welsh Spiritualist and psychical researcher involved with Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism, the Vril-ya Club (based on Bulwer-Lytton's The Coming Race), and the Ars Vivendi League of Health, through which he promoted certain breath control exercises.
- Lovell, Arthur (1891), The Ideal of Man, London: Chapman and Hall
- Lovell, Arthur (1895), Ars Vivendi, or, the Secret of Acquiring Mental and Bodily Vigour, London: Nichols — compare 1906 ed.
- Lovell, Arthur (1897), Volo, or the Will: What It Is, How to Strength, and How To Use It, London: Nichols
- Lovell, Arthur (1899), Imagination and Its Wonders, London: Nichols, https://archive.org/details/imaginationitswo020266mbp
- Lovell, Arthur (1903), Concentration, London: Arthur Lovell — compare 2nd ed.
- Lovell, Arthur (1906), How to Think, London: Arthur Lovell
- Lovell, Arthur (1908), Deep Breathing, London: Arthur Lovell, https://archive.org/details/b28070938
- Lovell, Arthur (19 & 26 Mar. 1898), "WILL-FORCE. EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH INTO THE DIRECT INFLUENCE OF MENTAL WAVES UPON A MATERIAL OBJECT.", Light (London) 18 (897, 898): 139-140, 150-153 — regarding Edmond Savary d'Odiardi and his Register of Cerebral Force
- Lovell, Arthur (Oct. 1896), "Psychic Healing: What Is Its Secret?", Borderland 3 (4): 456-457, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044015691967&view=1up&seq=480
- "A CARMARTHENSHIRE MYSTIC", The Welshman (Carmarthen, Wales: J. L. Brigstocke): 8, 29 Nov. 1901, https://hdl.handle.net/10107/4357579
- "A MAN, HIS DOG, AND HIS WILL. PREPARATIONS FOR DEATH — PROPERTY TO NATION.", Bucks Examiner (Chesham, England): 3, 18 Aug. 1933, https://www.newspapers.com/clip/116677435/a-man-his-dog-and-his-will-re/, "There were very unusual circumstances connected with the death of Mr. David Arthur Lovell Williams, aged 70 years, described as an author and health adviser, of Marie Croft, Valley-road, Chorleywood. It was disclosed that deceased had expressed the wish that his body should be cremated in his clothes without undressing and that his dog should be painlessly killed and cremated with him. Deceased met his death by gashed his throat and placing his head in a gas oven. A bed was made up on the floor with newspapers and eiderdown, and the gas oven was banked up with papers. An inquiry into the circumstances of death was held at Rickmansworth on Monday by Mr. R. A. Godman."