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New year – new beginnings

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The wrapping paper’s recycled, the decorations are down, and amid resolutions to join the gym, cut down on the wine (or whatever our own particular indulgence might be!) or even just get a few more early nights, we set out … Continue reading

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Eric Hatton’s memoirs published

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The long-awaited memoirs of Spiritualism’s most respected ambassador have been published. Taking up the challenge was launched on December 30 at Stourbridge National Spiritualist Church, of which its author Eric Hatton has been president for five decades. Church members, Spiritualists … Continue reading

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An interview with medium Michael Bagan

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Medium Michael Bagan is becoming an increasingly popular figure on the platforms of churches and centres around the UK as word spreads of his ability to deliver exceptionally precise and accurate information from spirit communicators. Michael is unusual, though not … Continue reading

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Heartaches by the numbers

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The main problem with Spiritualism is that most church committees are unaware that there is a problem. That’s because – as our national leaders have told us – we are far too inward-looking. We don’t really know what is happening … Continue reading

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Dowsing and your intuitive potential

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Experienced dowser Jim Warwood is the leader of a Spiritualist mission in Adelaide, Australia. Here, he takes a look at the mysterious world of dowsing and explains why he believes it is a psychic skill. One psychic skill that has … Continue reading

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The 2012 prophecies and the Mayan calendar

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Lis Warwood takes an objective look at the much-publicised 2012 prophecies and concludes that there is little common ground between them and the philosophy of Spiritualism. Officially at least, Spiritualism places no credence in the 2012 doomsday prophecies or the … Continue reading

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The challenge of Madame Blavatsky

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December 2010 was a good month for Madame Blavatsky (1831-1891) who co-founded the Theosophical Society (TS) in New York in 1875. A website devoted to her influence, Blavatsky News, celebrated its first anniversary. And not one but two of the … Continue reading

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Harry Edwards Sanctuary launches new initiative for carers

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The debt we – and the National Health Service – owe to those who care for or support patients and the elderly at home is incalculable, but we must not take their dedication for granted. They too have a life, … Continue reading

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Tom Harrison as busy as ever

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We report on another timely communication from the late Tom Harrison. Tom Harrison, son of the great materialisation medium Minnie Harrison and lifelong Spiritualist, passed in October 2010 and has since been busy making contact with friends new and old … Continue reading

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Bacon conference at White Eagle Lodge

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The Esoteric Significance of Francis Bacon, a conference to celebrate the 450th anniversary of the birth of Elizabethan philosopher, statesman and essayist Sir Francis Bacon, will be held at the White Eagle Lodge, Kensington, London, on January 22. This is … Continue reading

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The King’s Spiritualist

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By Sue Farrow It’s the most talked-about film of the season, due for UK release on January 7. Its cast list is a who’s who of big-screen glitterati and its subject matter is a sure-fire winner. The King’s Speech stars … Continue reading

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Swedenborg Foundation launches book proposal contest

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Do you have an idea for a new book? If so, you could be in line to win a cash award. Publishers Weekly announces a new book proposal contest launched by the Swedenborg Foundation/General Church of the New Jerusalem, based … Continue reading

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Accrington Family’s Christmas

The five children of courageous Accrington mother Justine Hargreaves, who lost her battle with cancer in October, joined other members of the family at a candlelight Christmas service at Lancashire’s Great Harwood Spiritualist Church. Justine’s sister Jannine, aimed to create … Continue reading

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