|Other titles||Modern spiritualism, Opening way|
|Statement||by Thomas B. Hall.|
|Contributions||Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BF1261 .H24|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||32018661|
MODERNSPIRITUALISM. 17 abletoseethemethodofresponse,theyhavedenied ualismsolvestheproblemby showing sare expressionof thesoul'tnessandsincerityarethe ,justasa parentorfriendhearingtheprayer,or—whatis equivalent—knowingthedeepdesireofachild,will. Modern spiritualism; or, The opening way. (Boston, A. Williams and Company, ), by T. B. Hall (page images at HathiTrust) Occult science in India and among the ancients; with an account of their mystic initiations and the history of spiritism, (London, Wm. Rider & son, ltd., ), by Louis Jacolliot and William L. Felt (page images at. THE PROGRESS OF SPIRITUALISM. during the fifty years of its modern history. It began in a way to excite the wonder and curiosity of the people, the very elements that would give wings to its progress through the land. Men suddenly found their thoughts careering through new channels. The beginning story of Spiritualism is a story with many twists and turns. There are many accounts and stories of the coming of Modern Spiritualism. I can only give a good summary of some of the accounts, for it is an exploration that each mind must adventure for .
Read Modern Spiritualism (Uriah Smith) for free • Full-text! Modern Spiritualism by Uriah Smith: Previous Part 1 2 3 Next Part. Home - Random Browse: A part of this host fell into sin, and thereby became evil, or fallen, angels. A reasonable statement of how this came about can be given, but no reason for the act itself. We move then into the 19th Century as 'Modern Spiritualism' made it's way from America to the United Kingdom and across Europe and around the World where the writings of Andrew Jackson Davis set the foundation. A J Davis claimed that spirit communication from Emmanuel Swedenborg (who died in ) contributed to his vast literary works. The Way of the Rose gives us an ancient, sustainable answer for how to root into peace and wisdom beyond dogma and traditions. I can’t recommend this book enough.”—HeatherAsh Amara, author of The Warrior Heart Practice “Ultimately, The Way of the Rose is /5(96). The object in reprinting this most interesting review is simply to show the progress made in moral, intellectual, and physical science. The reader will go back with us to a time—not very remote—when nothing was known of Phrenology and Psychology; when men and women were persecuted, and even put to death, through the baldest ignorance and the most pitiable .
A little over twenty years after the birth of Spiritualism, Aug. 25, , the Fifth National Convention of Spiritualists was held in Corinthian hall, Rochester, N.Y., at which a formal “Declaration of Principles” was set forth. It is this crude two-way communication which involved so many individuals, questioners and witnesses that would establish the foundation of Modern Spiritualism. This report gives a concise overview of what actually was recorded and took place, by those who were present and participated in the spirit communications. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ( – ) proclaimed his belief in the teachings and truth of Spiritualism. Just as Andrew Jackson Davis was called the ‘John the Baptist’ of Modern Spiritualism, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was called the ‘St. Paul’ of Spiritualism. He was a prolific writer on the subject and an avid proponent. A book so full of errors requires to be read with care" ("Outlines," pp. 13, 14). Refusal of the Bible could not be more explicit. Thus the way is cleared for Modern Spiritualism. Under the heading of "Biblical Spiritualism," if you please, May God preserve the writer and reader from ever opening the door to such diabolical wickedness.