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The vision thing

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“Where there is no vision, the people perish” – Proverb Back in 1964, former president Harold Vigurs was conducting a commission of inquiry into the Spiritualists’ National Union’s problems and opportunities, and exploring ways forward. In his report, he lamented … Continue reading

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Emma Hardinge CDs available

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In 1865, Emma Hardinge Britten gave a series of lectures entitled The Philosophy of Spiritualism. Her words were written down at the time, and a book was produced. Perry Rabbitts, who has transferred these lectures to seven CDs, along with … Continue reading

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For and Against: Physical Mediumship

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For and Against is a regular feature in which two well-known commentators with opposing views on a particular spiritual or philosophical topic debate the issue. In this, our second debate, Lew Sutton and Leslie Price tough it out on the … Continue reading

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Spirit House restoration

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A group of volunteers aims to create a new future for a former historic place of American Spiritualist pilgrimage. The Spirit House in Georgetown, Southern Madison County, was also known as the ‘Wedding Cake House’ because of its scalloped walls … 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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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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