Published December 8, 2005
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
Spiritualism, in religion, a movement based on the belief that departed souls can interact with the ualists sought to make contact with the dead, usually through the assistance of a medium, a person believed to have the ability to contact spirits directly. Some mediums worked while in a trancelike state, and some claimed to be the catalyst for various paranormal physical phenomena. FOREWORD. The term Spiritualism as used today refers to Modern Spiritualism, founded in America in , distinctive from Ancient Spiritualism, which is as old as intelligent man and the origin of every religion. In ancient times Spiritualism was commonly practiced by all cultures of the Earth and was considered essential in the affairs of daily life, matters of state and in religions observances. French spiritualism, better known as Spiritism; popular throughout France and Latin American foremost researcher and author is Allan Kardec.. Spiritualist beliefs are found from time to time in the early literature of the French "magnetists".As early as M. Tardy de Montravel wrote that in the trance the soul of the "somnambule" became freed from its body and was able to. HISTORY. Modern Spiritualism is recognized as having begun in , with the phenomena at Hydesville, however, the supernatural experiences of the Swedish Seer Emanuel Swedenborg in , actually ushered in a new spiritual era, but did not get the recognition that it warranted.
Today spiritualism thrives in more than churches in Britain. The tricks and techniques used by mediums have been exposed many times by people such as James Randi, Derren Brown and Jon Dennis. Modern Spiritualism dates from the s. It rapidly became fashionable with both men and women and across all social classes and acquired the name Spiritualism in the s. After becoming interested in spiritualism as early as , the Sherlock Holmes author went on to become one of the most influential public figures ever to support and promote Spiritualism.. 8 Ernest Oaten () Famed for being the first person to broadcast on the topic of Spiritualism via the BBC programme My Experience of Spiritualism in , Earnest went on to lead a parliamentary. One of the greatest religious movements of the 19 th century began in the bedroom of two young girls living in a farmhouse in Hydesville, New York. On a late March day in , Margaretta.
The Fox sisters were three sisters from New York who played an important role in the creation of Spiritualism: Leah (–), Margaretta (also called Maggie), (–) and Catherine (also called Kate) Fox (–). The two younger sisters used "rappings" to convince their older sister and others that they were communicating with spirits. Their older sister then took charge of. Origins – Ancient Spiritualism: The belief in, and practice of communication with, spirits has existed in all nations. Spiritual phenomenon has occurred throughout human history, with people being entranced, inspired and influenced by spirit intelligences. During moments of ecstasy, in dreams, reveries, drug induced states and deep meditations people have experienced spirit awareness. In. Philosophy of Spiritualism book £ The book may challenge some existing philosophical ideas and stances on the SNU Seven Principles. It may be that those who are sceptical of the claims of Spiritualism will come to understand why so many people follow its philosophy. Read more. Spiritism "is simultaneously a science of observation and a philosophical doctrine. As a practical science, it consists in the relations that can be established with spirits. As a philosophy, it entails all the moral consequences that result from such relations".It started in the 19th century by the French educator Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail, who, under the pen name Allan Kardec, wrote.