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The Relevance of Spiritualism in Society Today

Psychic and Spiritualist researcher will explore the state of Spiritualism now and about the need to believe.

Emma-Louise Rhodes' talk will examine the brief history of the Spiritualist movement and the growth of it as a mainstream faith in Britain. Phenomena inexorably linked with Spiritualism, such as materialisations, apports and the spirit trumpet will be discussed, along with the functions of the Spiritualist church. The industry behind the movement will also be examined, and the ‘need’ to believe in the unbelievable.


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Date and Time:

16 October 2007 at 7:30 pm


2 hours



The Penderels Oak
283 High Holborn
020 7242 5669

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The Skeptic Magazine
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