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  1. Allan Kardec is considered the father of Spiritism -- as compared to Spiritualism -- in France.
  2. Allan Kardec was influential in the spread of spiritualism in Afro-Brasilian religions. (Web site)
  3. In person, Allan Kardec was somewhat under middle height.


  1. It was the first and remains the most important spiritist book, because it touches in first hand all questions developed subsequently by Allan Kardec.


  1. Spiritist Codification (or The Spiritist Pentateuch) is the customary name given by spiritists to the set of books codified by Allan Kardec. (Web site)


  1. In Brazil, the extensive movement there has been directed by the writings of the Frenchman, Allan Kardec. (Web site)
  2. In Brazil, followers of Spiritualist writer Allan Kardec blend with the Africanized folk traditions of Candomblé and Umbanda. (Web site)


  1. In the 18th century, the french educator Allan Kardec brought a very similar conception of God during his work of codifying Spiritism. (Web site)


  1. The most extensive treatise on psychography is Allan Kardec 's Mediums' Book, one of the works comprised in the Spiritist Codification.


  1. M. Hippolyte Leon Denizard Rivail, who adopted the pseudonym "Allan Kardec," was born in Lyons in 1804, where his father was a barrister. (Web site)

Good Introduction

  1. Good introduction on Allan Kardec and his works by a non-denominational, Spiritualist Christian Church. (Web site)


  1. Outside France, the doctrine of Allan Kardec was denounced by many Spiritualists. (Web site)


  1. Kardecist spiritism, the branch of Spiritualism developed by Allan Kardec and found in mostly Latin countries, has always emphasised reincarnation.
  2. The first group follows the teachings of Allan Kardec, with a belief in reincarnation, and lays great emphasis on the necessity for charity and healing.

Fox Sisters

  1. While rarely mentioned, the Fox sisters are a likely influence on the work of Allan Kardec. (Web site)


  1. Mediumship was also described by Allan Kardec, who coined the term Spiritism, around 1860.


  1. The term is found among the extensive terminology originally devised by Allan Kardec in his books about Spiritism. (Web site)
  2. Spiritism derives most of its principles from works by the French educator Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail written under the pseudonym Allan Kardec.

Allan Kardec

  1. What is Spiritism A definition of Spiritism based on the works of Allan Kardec and its relationship to the religious movement of Modern Spiritualism.
  2. Spiritism, the branch of Spiritualism developed by Allan Kardec and found in mostly Latin countries, has always emphasised reincarnation.
  3. Spiritism is a religious and philosophic doctrine established in France in the mid 19th Century by Allan Kardec. (Web site)


  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Thought > Belief > Spiritism
  2. Belief > Spirituality > Occult > Spiritualism
  3. Spirituality > Occult > Spiritualism > Mediumship
  4. Nature > Life > Death > Reincarnation
  5. Spirituality > Occult > Spiritualism > Fox Sisters
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