Spiritualism a Fact, Spiritualism a Fake 1925

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Kessinger Publishing, 1 de mar de 2003 - 292 páginas
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1925. This book is actually two books in one. Carrington pens Spiritualism A Fact, discussing whether or not we can communicate with the dead. He believes that anyone who has carefully and impartially studied the evidence in spiritualism's favor must feel that the spiritualistic hypothesis is a perfectly logical and justifiable one and is supported by a tremendous amount of evidence. On the other side of the argument, Walsh writes Spiritualism A Fake, which discusses whether or not we can communicate with the dead and how the origin of spiritualism is tainted with fraud and charlatanism. He contends that every medium has been detected in or has confessed trickery.

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