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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; ...

www.newadvent.org/cathen/14221a.htm

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

carm.org/what-spiritism

Spiritism is the belief in the existence of non-physical beings, or spirits, that inhabit a spirit world.

www.gotquestions.org/Spiritism.html

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.jw.org/en/publications/books/bible-glossary/spiritism

The Greek word for “practice of spiritism” is phar·ma·kiʹa, which literally means “ druggery.” This term came to be connected with spiritism because in ancient ...

www.explorespiritism.com

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

www.themonastery.org/guide-to-divinity/spiritism

May 13, 1977 ... Established in France in the nineteenth century, Spiritism is often referred to as French Spiritualism. It has since spread through many countries ...

www.torontospiritistsociety.org/?q=Spiritism

"Spiritism is a science that deals with the nature, origin and destiny of Spirits, as well as their relationship with the corporeal world." "Spiritism realizes what Jesus  ...

www.philtar.ac.uk/encyclopedia/latam/kardec.html

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 ...