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Taking up the challenge

The long-awaited autobiography of Eric Hatton, respected honorary president of the Spiritualists’ National Union (SNU), will be published on December 30. Entitled Taking up the Challenge, it chronicles more than six decades of experience at the heart of Spiritualism, beginning … Continue reading

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Season’s Greetings to all our Readers

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Paul, Magnus, Geoff and I have been overwhelmed by your reaction to our first issue. Your encouragement, both in comments on this site and in e-mails, means so much to us. Thanks also to those of you who have put … Continue reading

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All tied up

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Sue Farrow reports on an exceedingly clever communication from the late Tom Harrison. It’s not often that spirit messages come all tied up in neat little packages, but it seems that’s exactly what Tom Harrison managed to do just two-and-a-half … Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

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Sue Farrow reports on a naming ceremony with a difference. One of the UK’s most thriving Spiritualist churches has hosted a very unusual ceremony. Stourbridge National Spiritualist Church was the setting for a Divine Service on November 20, during which … Continue reading

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Award-winning US author at Yorkshire seminar

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Dr Annette Childs, winner of two top USA literary prizes with her first book, gave two presentations at this year’s Stewart Alexander and Friends Seminar held at the Cober Hill Conference Centre. Dr Childs, who has a PhD in psychology, … Continue reading

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Guide-ology

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As someone who claims to have a North American Indian spirit guide called Red Herring, you may think I don’t take guides very seriously. You’d be wrong. Of course, the first thing to be said is that they have the … Continue reading

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The spirit photography of Ada Deane – The Armistice Day Series

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Jim Warwood takes a look at some controversial spirit photographs. Though apparently having many psychic experiences as a child, it was not until Ada Emma Deane was fifty-eight years old that her career as a photographic medium began.  After becoming … Continue reading

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