From Kook Science
Spiritualism (Latin: spiritus, "breath") is a general category for the study of manifestations of non-corporeal form that survive death of a living body, and more directly the beliefs and practices, religious or otherwise, of those persons who believe they may contact the spirit world. This may also include articles on Spiritism or Ghostology. We distinguish the study of spiritualism here from the study of parapsychology, which deals more in psychic events, though there will certainly be overlap between the two in places.
This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
Pages in category "Spiritualism"
The following 125 pages are in this category, out of 125 total.
- Edwin D. Babbitt
- Elwood Babbitt
- H. Baraduc
- Marie Le Baron
- Washington Irving Bishop
- H. P. Blavatsky
- Harry Boddington
- Borderland, a Quarterly Review and Index of Psychic Phenomena (magazine)
- Boston Society for Psychic Research
- C. C. Braddon
- J. Randall Brown
- Joseph Rodes Buchanan
- Thomas Cushman Buddington