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 an unknown 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