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Kardec"s Spiritism

A Home For Healing And Spiritual Evolution

by Emma Bragdon

  • 351 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Lightening Up Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spiritualism - General,
  • Body, Mind & Spirit,
  • Alternate Spirituality,
  • New Age

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8518226M
    ISBN 100962096059
    ISBN 109780962096051
    OCLC/WorldCa59007838

    The United States Spiritist Federation Bookstore (USSF Bookstore) is here to offer you a variety of Spiritist materials (Books and Magazines) for all ages. The USSF Bookstore is a department of the US Spiritist Federation, whose main purpose is to disseminate Spiritism and to promote the union of Spiritist organizations in the US. Our groups study the Spiritualist Philosophy of Spiritism, a.k.a. the Spiritist Teachings, a body of knowledge codified by the French educator Allan Kardec.. Each group holds free public study meetings every week, where the core works of Kardec are studied: The Spirits’ Book and The Gospel According to Spiritism.. Please visit the websites of our groups for more information .

    THE SPIRITS’ BOOK - by Allan Kardec _____ Ground zero of Spiritism. Questions and Answers approaching Philosophy, Science and Spirituality. "Its objective is to open minds, instruct and improve consciousness." _____ THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO SPIRITISM - by Allan Kardec . However, it's not the only book by Allan Kardec. Amongst many others, some of his most notable books are 'The Book on Mediums', 'The Gospel According to Spiritism' and 'The Genesis According to Spiritism'. He also began a magazine in called "Revue Spirite" which is still produced and edited today, and not only in French but also in English.

    The Book on Mediums, also known as The Mediums Book, was written by Allan Kardec and originally published in It is the widely respected follow up to The Spirits Book which was published in and is the second in a series of five books that Kardec wrote that are collectively known as the ‘Spiritist Codification’. Allan Kardec is the pseudonym of the French teacher and educator Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail (Lyon, October 3, –Paris, Ma ). He is known today as the systematizer of Spiritism for which he laid the foundation with the five books of the Spiritist Codification.


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Kardec"s Spiritism by Emma Bragdon Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Mediums’ Book – Allan Kardec A discussion of the means of communicating with the invisible world, the development of mediumship and the difficulties encountered in the practice of spiritism.

In this tome the experimental and investigative features of the doctrine are presented, explained and taught. The book is divided into three chapters. The first is composed of dialogues between Kardec and a critic, a skeptic and a priest, providing answers to those who do not understand the basic principles of Spiritism.

It also presents appropriate refutations to its 5/5(13). Kardec himself would go on to edit and publish four other books through this cooperation with the invisible world before passing in “The Mediums’ Book” (), “The Gospel According to Spiritism” (), “Heaven and Hell” (), and “The Genesis” ().

In the same manner, many others have continued to help generate. The book thus produced and published sold with great rapidity, making converts not in France only, but all over the Continent, and rendering the name of ALLAN KARDEC "a household word" with the readers who knew him only in connection with it; so that he was thenceforth called only by that name, excepting by his old personal friends, with whom bothFile Size: KB.

Allan Kardec wrote only five Spiritist books – but these five books Kardecs Spiritism book as the foundation to Spiritism, a progressive body of knowledge that has continued to grow to near 1, books since Kardec first published “The Spirits’ Book” in Because they served as the starting point to Spiritism, and because they were the result of a collaboration between hundreds of.

IDEAK – Spiritist Divulgation Institute Allan Kardec (CNPJ: /) Av. Sete de Setembro, • Sala • Centro • CEP • Curitiba, PR. The United States Spiritist Council, published the entire editions of Kardec’s magazine for the year and it makes fascinating reading. The title of the book is, Spiritist Review – Journal of Psychological Studies –published in The link to the book on Amazon is here.

It is for this reason that we have inscribed the words Spiritualist Philosophy on its title-page. Allan Kardec is the pen name of the French teacher and educator Hippolyte Leon Denizard known as the systematizer of Spiritism for which he laid the foundation with the five books of the Spiritist Codification.

Reviews of the The Spirits' Book. Ordinarily, it is not the type of story that would hold my interest, but the fact that it is based on a true story, later led me to seek, "The Spirits'Book," by Allan Kardec.

It amazes me that many contemporary spiritual teachings resonate with the messages offered by the spirits in their 's communications/5. The Kardec Spiritist Society of Houston is a non-profit organization and your contribution to our cause is greatly appreciated.

All donations go towards the society’s monthly expenses and charitable acts. Everyone involved in our activities work on a volunteer basis.

You can donate by clicking on the image below. Its Introduction explains the new ideas and how Kardec organized the questions and answers contained in the book. e-Book PDF (English) The Mediums’ Book – January A discussion of the means of communicating with the invisible world, the development of mediumship and the difficulties encountered in the practice of spiritism.

"The philosophy of Kardec's Spiritism was built on the laws of cause and effect, and reincarnation," Bragdon states, calling it "a path of practical Christian Spirituality." The appendix to the book gives a detailed account of how reincarnation was expunged from Christian dogma and doctrine, offering quite a bit more than the oft-cited Council /5(9).

‘The Spirits Book’ (), written by Allan Kardec, is widely regarded as the most important piece of writing in the ‘Spiritist’ canon.

It is the first in a series of five books that Kardec wrote that are collectively known as the ‘Spiritist Codification’/5(). Many out there believe people of Kardec’s ilk are film-flam artists making a bunch of money selling books, but the film isn’t interested in even suggesting that Spiritism.

Allan Kardec – The Spirits Book scott Janu Janu resources. Spiritism owes its birth and popularity largely to the work of Allan Kardec ( –). He was raised as a Roman Catholic, earned a Bachelor of Arts degrees in science and a doctorate in medicine, and was fluent in German, English, Italian, and Spanish in.

Allan Kardec (French:) is the pen name of the French educator, translator and author Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail (; 3 October – 31 March ).He is the author of the five books known as the Spiritist Codification, and is the founder of : Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail, 3 October.

Now you can order your favorite Spiritist books from the comfort of your home. Read more» The Allan Kardec Spiritist Society of MA (AKSSMA) is a non-profit organization that promotes the study, practice and dissemination of Spiritism as codified by Allan Kardec.

The United States Spiritist Federation has a collection of books for sale. All translated from authors like Allan Kardec and Léon Denis. ALLAN KARDEC'S "THE SPIRITS' BOOK" Background (as taken from the book backcover) Allan Kardec, the nom de plume of H.

Leon Denizard Rivail, was a French educator and philosopher born in Lyon in In Rivail first heard of the mysterious "rapping" phenomena that had taken America and Europe by storm. Obras fundamentais da ciência e da filosofia espíritas O KARDEC Play pertence ao Instituto de Divulgação Espírita Allan Kardec (IDEAK - ).

O IDEAK é uma Associação Espírita sem fins lucrativos criada com o objetivo de divulgar para o mundo o Espiritismo, segundo o pensamento e as obras de Allan Kardec. Como Associação sem /5(51). The Mediums' Book: Allan Kardec: n/a: The Gospel According to Spiritism: Allan Kardec: n/a: Heaven and Hell: Allan Kardec: n/a: Genesis: Allan Kardec: n/a: Other Works by Allan Kardec: Book Title: Author: Medium (if spirit author) What Is Spiritism?

Allan Kardec: n/a: Spiritism In Its Simplest Expression.Welcome to our program on cardiac radio. radio. Hello Dear Friends Welcome back to spirits and the media here on car radio today I brought for us to study uh text from the book of Green Light channeled by Francisco Judi Javier but written by the Spirit and so on Rael is the same spirit that has a written in the book and also solar and many other books channel by school can do .Spiritism was developed by Hippolyte Leon Dénizard Rivail, a French man that adopted the name of a Celt poet -Allan Kardec.

According to Allan Kardec, he elaborated his system based on a dialogue he had with "superior spirits". From this dialogue he wrote five books in which he presented his basic doctrines.