Edmond Savary d'Odiardi

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Edmond Savary d'Odiardi
Edmond Savary d'Odiardi - Light (v18n897, p. 139) - c. 1898.jpg
Photo portrait, c. 1898
Born 18 November 1835(1835-11-18)
Torcy, Sedan, Ardennes, Kingdom of France
Died 3 February 1904 (68)
St. George Hanover Square, London, England, United Kingdom
Workplace(s) Notting Hill Gate Hospital (a.k.a. Electro-Pneumatic Hospital)

François Edmond Savary d'Odiardi (November 18, 1835 - February 3, 1904) was a French composer and medical electrician who devised a Thought Machine, sometimes referred to as a Register of Cerebral Forces, that he asserted measured and recorded otherwise unseen mental forces at a distance.

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  • d'Odiardi inherited an Italian ducal title of Napoleonic origin, becoming the Duc de Rovigo, sometimes thereafter being referred to as Edmond Savary d'Odiardi de Rovigo.