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Five Steps to Communicating with Spirit: Book 1: Open the Door to the Spirit World in 5 Easy Steps!
by Clare McNaul
Get ready for an inspiring, uplifting approach to communication with the Spirit World!Have you had extraordinary experiences in your lifetime that seem to point to an ability to communicate with the spirit world?Would you like to learn how to receive messages from your spirit guides?Has someone you hold dear and miss very much died and would you love to know that they are OK and still with you?Do you sense the presence of spirit around you but do not know how to make the most of that experience?Do you think you might be a medium?Are you unsure of what to do or where to go from here?In Five Steps to Communicating with Spirit: Book 1: Open the Door to the Spirit World in 5 Easy Steps! you will learn about:- The different types of experiences that indicate that you are able to communicate with spirit.- The difference between spirit guides and your loved ones in spirit - yes, there is a difference!- The importance of Intention and Meditation.- The TRUTH about Protection...
by Uriah Smith
In these challenging times, the line between good and evil has become increasingly blurred. Disguised as popular entertainment, evil masquerades as good. Meanwhile, seemingly ?harmless?..
The History of Spiritualism
by Arthur Conan Doyle
Arthur Conan Doyle's very well received story of Modern Spiritualism, acting as a spokesman for the cause. One of Doyle's last literary efforts, this work traces the history of spiritualism through the early 20th century, and includes profiles of such prominent spiritualists as Emmanuel Swedenborg, Edward Irving, D...
The Darkened Room: Women, Power, and Spiritualism in Late Victorian England
by Alex Owen
A highly original study that examines the central role played by women as mediums, healers, and believers during the golden age of spiritualism in the late Victorian era, The Darkened Room is more than a meditation on women mediums?it's an exploration of the era's gender relations.The hugely popular spiritualist movement, which maintained that women were uniquely qualified to commune with spirits of the dead, offered female mediums a new independence, authority, and potential to undermine conventional class and gender relations in the home and in society.Using previously unexamined sources and an innovative approach, Alex Owen invokes the Victorian world of darkened séance rooms, theatrical apparitions, and moving episodes of happiness lost and regained...
Spiritualism in Nineteenth-Century New Orleans: The Life and Times of Henry Louis Rey
by Melissa Daggett
Modern American Spiritualism blossomed in the 1850s and continued as a viable faith into the 1870s. Because of its diversity and openness to new cultures and religions, New Orleans provided fertile ground to nurture Spiritualism, and many séance circles flourished in the Creole Faubourgs of Tremé and Marigny as well as the American sector of the city...