Spiritism is a spiritualistic doctrine 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.
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, ...
Spiritists believe that so far there have been three major revelations to
humankind. The first is the Old testament, the second is the new testament, and
the third is ...
Contains explanations of the moral maxims of Christ in accordance with Spiritism
and their application in various circumstances in life. by ALLAN KARDEC.
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Define spiritism: spiritualism. ... First Known Use of spiritism. 1856. Rhymes with
spiritism. absurdism, activism, Adventism, alarmism, albinism, alpinism, ...
The belief that the dead communicate with the living; spiritualism. spir′it·ist n.
spir′it·is′tic adj. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth
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for Americans curious about the philosophy.