Modern Spiritualism: Its Facts and Fanaticisms, Its Consistencies and Contradictions 1855

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 440 pages
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1855. With an appendix. We find the world turned upside down by a new and strange class of manifestations called spiritual. Like most new thoughts of modern times, America gave it birth; but it has since spread all over the globe, and awakened new and novel inquiries wherever man understands the means of communicating to his fellows the discoveries he has made. When, how and by whom did it begin? How has it been conducted? What are its just claims to respect? To answer these questions is the object of this work.

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