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PERISPIRIT
ATTRACTING CRITICISMS
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DEVIL
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FIRST PART
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LIFE
TIME
CENTRAL ROLE
MEDIUMS
BRUCE WILLIS
PART
ACTUAL PRACTICE
CHRISTIANITY
RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE
SPIRIT WORLD
FOX SISTERS
CHRISTIAN FUNDAMENTALISTS
SPIRITUALIST MOVEMENT
MID 1800S
NECROMANCY
TERM
PRACTICES
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Spiritism"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Spiritism is a philosophical doctrine akin to Spiritualism, established in France in the mid 19th Century, which has become a sort of religious movement.
  2. Spiritism is a religious and philosophic doctrine established in France in the mid 19th Century by Allan Kardec. (Web site)
  3. Spiritism is a term which means any contact with spirits.
  4. Spiritism, the branch of Spiritualism developed by Allan Kardec and predominant in most Latin countries, has always emphasized reincarnation.
  5. Spiritism is a collection of principles and laws, based directly on the teachings of Jesus and on further revelation received from Enlightened Spirits. (Web site)

Men

  1. In France, other men of the scientific field, though unrelated with Spiritism, comes to similar conclusions. (Web site)

Article

  1. This article is about Spiritism. (Web site)

Popular

  1. Developed the C19th spiritualist philosophical doctrine of Spiritism, popular in Francophone and Latin nations. (Web site)

Communication

  1. Religions have known and designated this kind of Spiritism as the communication of the saints.

Introduction

  1. For a beginner, I would strongly recommend the Spirit's Book as an introduction to the Spiritism. (Web site)

Perispirit

  1. The perispirit is an original doctrine of Spiritism.

Attracting Criticisms

  1. Spiritism began attracting criticisms almost immediately once formulated.

Word Spiritism

  1. Mediumship was described in modern scientific terms by Allan Kardec, who coined the word spiritism, ca.

Spiritists Claim

  1. Spiritists claim that "Spiritism" should also be used to name the science studying the survival of the human soul and communication with it. (Web site)

Philosophical Doctrine

  1. Spiritism, according to Allan Kardec, is a philosophical doctrine with moral implications.

Kardecist Spiritism

  1. This article is about Kardecist spiritism.
  2. This process of merger continued with the introduction of Kardecist spiritism and includes spiritualists. (Web site)

Contrary

  1. Contrary to this, Spiritism states that all spirits will eventually attain full illumination. (Web site)

Reason

  1. How to reason against those who, for several types of reasons, will not believe Spiritism. (Web site)

Interest

  1. On the contrary, we find in Spiritism a noble and generous cause, which is the affection for our deceased ones, and the interest we have for their memories. (Web site)

Confusion

  1. This confusion is often resolved by refering to Spiritism as Kardecism or Kardecist Spiritism. (Web site)

Souls

  1. Spiritism investigates the survival of the souls after death and communications received from them.

Human Beings

  1. Spiritism touches on all areas of human knowledge, of all activities and the behavior of Human Beings. (Web site)

Devil

  1. Moreover, adding to His singularity, There is no devil in spiritism.

Works

  1. As consequence, many Spiritualist works are widely accepted in Spiritism, particularly the works of scientists Sir William Crookes, and Sir Oliver Lodge. (Web site)

First Part

  1. In its first part, there is an overall introduction to the beliefs of Spiritism. (Web site)

Affiliation

  1. Affiliation to spiritism is, then, regarded as an option for those who do not feel their religious needs fulfilled. (Web site)

Teachings

  1. Spiritists claim that the teachings of spiritism, which I remind you are teachings transmitted to men by spiritual entities, are Christian teachings. (Web site)

Adherents

  1. Spiritism and Spiritualism should not be confused, since the adherents of each section were opposed to the tenets of the other. (Web site)

Astrology

  1. There was an emphasis on the study of Spiritism, Magnetism, Magic and Astrology (in theory and practise) by means of "Scientific experiments".

Divination

  1. It is comprised of three basic categories -- divination, magic or sorcery, and spiritism. (Web site)

Principles

  1. Spiritism derives most of its principles from works by the French educator Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail written under the pseudonym Allan Kardec.
  2. Spiritism derives most of its principles from works by the French educator Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail written under the pseudonym Allan Kardec.
  3. The proceedings used to treat obsession are termed disobsession in Kardecist spiritism and involve mostly the principles mentioned above. (Web site)

Books

  1. Scientific skeptics also target Spiritism frequently in books, media appearances, and online forums, accusing it of being a pseudoscience.

Concept

  1. Because Spiritism always accepted the plurality of inhabited worlds, its concept of karma became considerably complex. (Web site)
  2. The word Spiritism was coined by Allan Kardec in The Spirits' Book in 1857 to distinguish it from the concept of Spiritualism.

Concepts

  1. In Brazil three soap operas have been produced entirely based on the concepts of Spiritism and one is currently being aired.
  2. As a philosophical system, Spiritism has many concepts that have been proposed by other philosophies and religions.

Life

  1. Spiritism brings all aspects of life together, like the pieces of a puzzle.

Time

  1. Followers of Spiritism believe not only in an afterlife but also that the soul will reincarnate after a period of time.

Central Role

  1. In Spiritism, karma known as "the law of cause and effect", plays a central role in determining how one's life needs to be. (Web site)

Mediums

  1. Brazilian Spiritism has been perpetuated by various authors and mediums.

Bruce Willis

  1. The Sixth Sense, starring Haley Joel Osment and Bruce Willis, is perhaps the better known film approaching the thematic of Spiritism.

Part

  1. This part appears to contain an accurate defense of Spiritism on empiric and logical grounds, to counter the opposition of atheists and others. (Web site)
  2. With each new generation, a part of the veil is melted away; Spiritism has come to dissipate it entirely.

Actual Practice

  1. Mediumship Within Spiritism The actual practice of Spiritism includes a few activities, whose forms vary widely from place to place. (Web site)
  2. Actual practice of Spiritism includes a few activities, whose form vary widely from place to place. (Web site)

Christianity

  1. A detailed look at Spiritualism, or Spiritism, and how it is in direct contrast to Christianity. (Web site)

Religious Experience

  1. The religious experience within spiritism is, therefore, largely informal.
  2. The religious experience within spiritism is, therefore, largely informal -- except for the "mediunic" meetings (séances). (Web site)

Spirit World

  1. We have our own chat rooms where you can learn about the Spirit world and Spiritism and Spiritualism.

Fox Sisters

  1. Allan Kardec first became interested in Spiritism when he knew about the Fox sisters, but his first contact with it was by the spinning tables. (Web site)
  2. Modern spiritism in the United States dates from the activities of the Fox sisters in 1848.

Christian Fundamentalists

  1. Christian Fundamentalists also reject spiritism following the Mosaic Law on the subject of the dead.
  2. Christian Fundamentalists also reject spiritism following the traditional translation of the Bible (King James Version).

Spiritualist Movement

  1. In opposition to some claims, Spiritism is part of the Spiritualist movement that emerged in the 1800s.

Mid 1800S

  1. Spiritism began as part of the Spiritualist movement that emerged in the mid 1800s. (Web site)

Necromancy

  1. Spiritism and rapping of tables are necromancy, but if all spiritists are not necessarily Cabalists, all Cabalists are practicing necromancy. (Web site)
  2. Berg's fascination with the occult led him to promote spiritism, consulting of mediums, astrology and necromancy.

Term

  1. Mediumship was also described by Allan Kardec, who coined the term Spiritism, around 1860. (Web site)
  2. Because of the misuse of the term Spiritism in the past to designate these cults, persists a confusion regarding the religion. (Web site)
  3. Spiritism: This term is not to be confused with Spiritualism.

Practices

  1. Spiritism incorporated and kept some practices inspired or directly taken from Mesmerism.
  2. Mediumship: According to the practices of Spiritism, mediumship is a sacred faculty and should be solemnly practiced.

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