From Kook Science
Telepathy (from the Greek: τηλε, tele ["distant"] + πάθη, pathe, patheia ["feeling, perception, passion, affliction, experience"]; literally, "distant perception") is a term for the transfer of thought (or information) by means of a direct link between two minds, independent of any other senses or known physical forces. It was coined by Frederic W. H. Myers, a founder of the Society for Psychical Research, in 1882.
- Grumbine, J.C.F. (1910), Telepathy, or the Science of Thought Transference, Boston: Order of the White Rose, https://archive.org/details/telepathy00grum