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Start the debate!

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Welcome to the latest issue of Spirit of PN. It’s hard to believe that four months have gone by since we launched the successor to Psychic News. This edition is packed with thought-provoking features and news, beginning with the first … Continue reading

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For and Against: Reincarnation

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For and Against is a new series in which two well-known commentators with opposing views on a particular spiritual or philosophical topic debate the issue. To kick off this series, Roy Stemman and Leslie Price get stuck into the thorny … Continue reading

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So you want to run an open development group?

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By Jim Warwood. You want to help your Spiritualist church or centre develop, so you offer to run an open circle. You hope that people will find out more about their own potential whilst being exposed to the philosophy of … Continue reading

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Remembering our Heroes and Sheroes

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Back in the seventies, my wife and I were taking a service on March 24, when I asked the congregation: “What is the special event next Sunday?” “Palm Sunday,” they all murmured as one. “No,” I said, practically stamping my … Continue reading

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The King’s Speech reviewed

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Paul Brett reviews the much talked-about film The King’s Speech and makes a suggestion for a sequel. Around this time of year film critics continually buzz about who the contenders for the movie world’s most prestigious award will be. This … Continue reading

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Museum remembers Spiritualist MP

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Kay Hunter begins her news coverage with a story about a Yorkshire museum, a teddy bear and a man who changed British Spiritualism for ever. Inspired by the British Museum’s exhibition, History of the World in 100 Objects, Pontefract Museum in … Continue reading

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The Lyceum’s first African-American pioneer

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The author of the first novel published by an African-American woman in the United States was also a leader of the Spiritualist movement. Harriet E. Adams Wilson was born in  Milford, New Hampshire, in 1825, the daughter of Joshua Green, … Continue reading

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