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|Affiliations||Norman Barclay National School of Sciences (mail-order program)|
Norman Barclay was an English psychologist, creator of the Norman Barclay System and author of The Power That Rules the World, a book that was the subject of an import ban by Australian and Canadian authorities.
- Barclay, Norman (1914), Revelations of a Mysterious Force, or the Power that Rules the World
- Barclay, Norman, The Norman Barclay System: A Complete Correspondence Course on Fascination, Personal Influence, Memory Training, Magnetism, Character Building, Hypnotic and Telepathic Powers, Mental and Magnetic Healing and the Development of the Inner Forces
- "NEW VERSION OF LOVE; London Psychologist Declares That Mental or Physical Attraction Is Only Effect of Hidden Magnetic Powers.", Los Angeles Herald (36): 5, 12 Dec. 1914, http://cdnc.ucr.edu/cgi-bin/cdnc?a=d&d=LAH19141184.108.40.206 [advertisement]
- In 1914, Barclay's advertisements gave an address of 1001 Walter House, Bedford Street, Strand, London, W. C., England; starting in 1915, his operations seem to have removed to Argyll House, Kensington High Street, London, W., England.
- "The postal authorities announce that a fraud order has been issued against Norman Barclay, Argyll House, Kensington High Strete, London, England.", Vernon News (Vernon, BC): 2, 30 Sep. 1915, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/776166998/, "This man has been forwarding to Canada literature of a fortune telling description. Letters are not to be forwarded to the above address, neither are money orders to be made payable to Norman Barclay."