The Spirit Book: The Encyclopedia of Clairvoyance, Channelling, and Spirit Communication

Visible Ink, 2006 - 500 pagina's
Can the living communicate with the dead? Many believe that spirits are constantly about us and that it is possible, through a variety of means, to speak to them and to have them speak to us. Author Buckland looks at these methods of communication, their history, and the personalities involved throughout the past three hundred years of this eternal quest. Includes accounts of ghosts and hauntings, levitation and trances, astral projection, psychic surgery, selfpainting portraits, crystal gazing, predictions, and poltergeists. Mediums, clairvoyants, telepaths, and other well-known people connected to the field worldwide are profiled, as are notorious fakes and frauds. Spirit beliefs among the famous, including Abraham Lincoln, Mark Twain, and Mae West, are examined.--From publisher description.

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Gebruikersrecensie  - DougUnit12 - LibraryThing

There is nothing truly wrong with this book. It is, as advertised, essentially an encyclopedia of spirtualism-related "stuff", the "stuff" mostly being a long series of short biographies of players in ... Volledige review lezen

The spirit book: the encyclopedia of clairvoyance, channeling, and spirit communication

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The Spirit Book, the latest in Wicca Buckland's extensive occult oeuvre (Buckland's Book of Spirit Communications), cuts a wide swath through the history of spiritualism, its precursors, and widely ... Volledige review lezen

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