The History of Spiritualism - Vol II, Volym 2
Read Books Ltd, 16 apr. 2013 - 354 sidor
This is the second volume of Doyle's The History of Spiritualism. In which he discusses the beginnings of the movement and its growth. As well as how he himself came to believe that talking to spirits of the deceased was possible. Doyle's history details an account of people claiming to have had spiritual experiences and includes their testimonies to support these. It also includes Doyle's own journey in to the world of spiritualism. When Doyle first came out with his interest and belief in spiritualism many of his fans were dismayed and found it hard to believe that he, the creator of the prided logician Sherlock Holmes could believe in something so unscientific.
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THE SOCIETY FOR PSYCHICAL RESEARCH
VOICE MEDIUMSHIP AND MOULDS
FRENCH GERMAN AND ITALIAN SPIRITUALISM
SOME GREAT MODERN MEDIUMS
THE RELIGIOUS ASPECT OF SPIRITUALISM
THE AFTERLIFE AS SEEN BY SPIRITUALISTS
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A. J. Davis Aksakof Alfred Russel Wallace Allan Kardec alleged appearance believe Bisson body Christian Church circle communication convinced cross correspondences D. D. Home Davenport Brothers Davenports death described ectoplasm Eglinton England Eusapia Palladino evidence evidential experience explained F. W. H. Myers face fact Fox sisters fraud Geley gifts hand Hayden heard Home’s human Hydesville intelligence investigation Kardec Katie King lady levitation light living Lombroso London Madame d’Esperance manifestations materialization séance mediumship Modern Spiritualism Morselli moulds Mumler obtained person Piper plate present Professor proof psychic phenomena psychic powers Psychical Research Psychical Science raps record reincarnation remarkable Richet says sceptic scientific script seemed seen Seybert Commission Sidgwick Sir Oliver Lodge sitters sitting Slade Society for Psychical speaking spirit photographs Spiritualists Stainton Moses things trance Vale Owen voice medium wellknown William witnesses writing