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spir·it·ism
[spir-i-tiz-uhm]
NOUN
1.
the doctrine or practices of spiritualism.
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Spiritism is a spiritualistic philosophy codified in the 19th century by the French educator Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail, under the codename Allan Kardec; ...

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History and methods of Spiritism (here distinguished from Spiritualism) and the dangers inherent in its practice and beliefs.

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Spiritism is the belief in the existence of nonphysical beings, or spirits, that inhabit a spirit world. In the belief of spiritism people often try and contact the spirits, ...

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Spiritism became a popular movement and is now represented in 35 countries. Kardec also wrote The Spirits' Book in an attempt to show how Spiritism differs ...

www.explorespiritism.com

A comprehensive website all about Spiritism, as codified by Allan Kardec. Visit to learn what Spiritism is all about!

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Spiritism. Definition: Belief that a spirit part of humans survives death of the physical body and can communicate with the living, usually through a person who ...

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Can you communicate with the dead? Do the dead influence the living? What do spirit mediums claim? Learn what the Bible says about God's view of spiritism.

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Define spiritism: spiritualism. ... Learn More about spiritism. See words that rhyme with spiritism Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about spiritism ...