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Spiritism And Common Sense

by C. M. De Heredia

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11865843M
    ISBN 101425485464
    ISBN 109781425485467

    Discover Book Depository's huge selection of C M Heredia books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Define spiritism. spiritism synonyms, spiritism pronunciation, spiritism translation, English dictionary definition of spiritism. spiritualism. spir′itist n. spir′itis′tic adj. n a less common word for spiritualism ˈspiritist n Spiritism - definition of spiritism by The Free Dictionary. The Book of .

    The Book on Mediums or Mediums and Evokers' Handbook ( Mediums' Book —Le Livre des Médiums, in French), is a book by Allan Kardec published in , second of the five Fundamental Works of Spiritism — the spiritualist philosophy Kardec had been publishing — being the tome in which the experimental and investigative features of the doctrine were presented, explained and taught. Together they constitute a whole science, a moral and philosophical doctrine called Spiritism. Spiritism is, therefore, the doctrine founded upon the existence, manifestations and teachings of the spirits. This doctrine is fully exposed in The Spirits’ Book with regard to its philosophical aspect.

      What Is Spiritism Let’s start by understanding why “Spiritism” instead of “Spiritualism”. In his first published book, The Spirits' Book, Kardec notes that: “New terms are necessary to clearly convey new ideas and to avoid the inevitable confusion that ensues from using the same term for expressing different ideas. The terms spiritual, spiritualist, and spiritualism. The Second Plenary Council o Baltimore (), while making due allowance for fraudulent practice in Spiritism, declares that some at least of the manifestations are to be ascribed to Satanic intervention, and warns the faithful against lending any support to Spiritism or eve, out of curiosity, attending seances (Decreta, nn. ).


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Finished. Spiritism and common sense. In "Spiritism and Common Sense", Heredia documents the séance room tricks of fraudulent mediums like the Davenport brothers, Fox sisters, Daniel Dunglas Home, Eva C etc.

Unlike other Catholic priests who denounced the whole field of Spiritualism for being the result of diabolic agencies or possession he accepts in many cases that the mediums Pages: Kardec’s logic and common sense are obvious in this book as he confounds Spiritism’s detractors while answering the questions of those who believe in and aspire to a 5/5(12).

Spiritism and common sense. New York, P.J. Kenedy & sons [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors /. Kardec’s logic and common sense are obvious in this book as he confounds Spiritism’s detractors while answering the questions of those who believe in and aspire to a superior life.

The book is divided into three chapters. Spiritism And Common Sense by C. De Heredia (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Format: Paperback.

His findings lead him to adopting the cause of "spiritism," leading to the publication of The Spirits' Book. This book, and Rivail/Kardec's dissemination of Spiritist ideas, puts him in direct conflict with the Catholic Church, and the Church and its followers begin to fight to repress Spiritism, the "table spinning" fad, and Kardec's books.3/5.

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$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction. See all. Spiritism is a religion, self-described as a spiritualistic philosophy, that started in the 19th century by the French educator Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail, who, under the pen name Allan Kardec, wrote books on "the nature, origin, and destiny of spirits, and their relation with the corporeal world".

Spiritists refer to Kardec as the codifier. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Heredia, Carlos María de, Spiritism and common sense. New York, P.J. Kenedy & Sons [] (DLC) Spiritism is the name properly given to the belief that the living can and do communicate with the spirits of the departed, and to the various practices by which such communication is attempted.

It should be carefully distinguished from Spiritualism, the philosophical doctrine which holds, in general, that there is a spiritual order of beings no less real than the material and, in particular. In a special sense, “The Spirits’ Book” contains the doctrine or theory of spiritism; in a general sense, it appertains to the spiritualist school, of which it presents one of the phases.

It is for this reason that we have inscribed the words Spiritualist Philosophy on its title. Spiritism. In everyday Spanish and Portuguese, the word espiritismo refers to a wide range of beliefs—including African, Native American, and Western—that have to do with spirits and mediums (people who claim they can communicate with spirits).

However, for people more versed in the distinctions among the various spirit-oriented religious and philosophical systems in Latin America. “some might be surprised to see us say that reincarnation is an exclusively modern idea.

Too many confusions and misconceptions have been going on for a century so that many people, even outside "neo-spiritualist" circles, are not seriously affected by them; this distortion has even reached such a point that official orientalists, for example, routinely interpret in a reincarnationist sense.

“To be born, to die, to be reborn yet again and to always progress – that is the natural law.” Since the publication of “The Spirits’ Book”, Spiritism has grown into a global movement bridging science, philosophy, and religion into a new way of looking at life and the world around us – both visible and invisible.

Its teachings continue to transform millions of lives throughout. 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 from spiritualism. The main idea of Spiritism is that immortal spirits travel from one body to another over several lifetimes in order to improve themselves morally and intellectually. Common Sense established the separate American identity through passionate argument, tipping sentiment for the American cause.

Paine was outlawed in Britain and escaped execution in France, due to the power of his pen challenging authority in the plain language of the people/5(). Definition of spiritism in the dictionary. Meaning of spiritism. What does spiritism mean. Information and translations of spiritism in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions.

The fundamental principle of Spiritism is the relation of the material world with spirits; and the adherents of the spiritist theory are spiritists. In a special sense, “THE SPIRITS’ BOOK” contains the doctrine of spiritism; in a general sense, it appertains to the spiritualist school, of which it presents one of the phases.

His book Spiritism and Common Sense () has been described as a "highly critical examination of paranormal phenomena." Heredia was a friend with the magicians Harry Houdini and John Mulholland. In his Magician Among the Spirits (), Houdini cited a fraudulent method that Heredia had used to produce a spirit photograph.

The United States Spiritist Federation have a great selection of free ebooks for download. Check them out!In a special sense, The Spirits’ Book contains the doctrine or theory of spiritism; in a general sense, it appertains to the spiritualist school, of which it presents one of the phases.

It is for this reason that we have inscribed the words Spiritualist Philosophy on its title-page.”(The Spirits’ Book, Introduction, I).In a special sense, "THE SPIRITS' BOOK" contains the doctrine or theory of spiritism; in a general sense, it appertains to the spiritualist school, of which it presents one of the phases.

It is for this reason that we have inscribed the words Spiritualist Philosophy on its title-page.