Published in 1921 | 144 pages | PDF reader required
CHAPTER 1 - MODERN SPIRITUALISM AND ITS EXPONENTS
Modern Spiritualism—Three descriptions of spirits: those of the living; those of the dead; and pure spirits—Life in ghost-land—How ghosts communicate with earthly friends—The modern séance.
CHAPTER 2 - SPIRITUALISTIC BELIEFS AMONG EUROPEAN AND OTHER CIVILISED RACES
Superstitions concerning a world of spirits—Beliefs of the Scottish Highlanders—Of modern Greece—Emanuel Swedenborg—Miracles of to-day —Miracles and Nature—"Miracles" in the East—Devil possession and disease—Its modern revival.
CHAPTER 3 - SPIRITUALISTIC BELIEFS AMONG BARBARIC AND SAVAGERACES
Nature and supernatural—Their unity—Spiritism among the natives of Siberia, India, South Pacific, America, Madagascar Africa.
CHAPTER 5 - SPIRITUALISM AS A NEW RELIGION AND A NEW SCIENCE
Science and religion—Life an unsolved mystery—Spiritualism is atheistic—Its denunciation of the Bible—Christian Missions and Spiritualism—The new religion and its new clergy—Coincidence of fact with superstition—Spiritualism to-day a hideous and grotesque parody of savage superstitions—Modern media and fraudulent practices.
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