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Well Known Spiritists

 

 

Arthur Conan DOYLE : "1859 - 1930"
English Doctor and writer (created the character Sherlock Holmes).
“Either the observers are liars or mad. Or their observations are true.
When I state without the shadow of a doubt that I saw, in the presence of witnesses both my mother and my nephew who were dead, then I must belong to one of these 2 categories. I leave it to those who know me and to my work to decide on this.”

 

 

Cesare LOMBROSO : "1835 - 1909"
Italian professor, criminologist and psychiatrist. 
“Spiritism is called a fake…..which dispenses people from thinking.
I am embarrassed to have fought against the possible reality of Spiritist phenomena”.

 

 

Thomas EDISON : "1847 - 1931"
American inventor with over 500 patents.
A Spiritist who tried to invent a machine to communicate with the afterlife.
“I have now reached a point where I feel obliged to strongly support the idea that life exists after death. I am even inclined to support spiritism and its principle that communication is possible between this world and that of the deceased”. 

 

Victor Hugo

Victor HUGO : "1802 - 1885".
French writer. Spiritist.
“Turning a blind eye to the spiritist phenomena is turning a blind eye to the truth”.
 

  • Born: 26 February 1802
  • Birthplace: Besancon, France
  • Died: 22 May 1885
  • Best Known As: The author of Les Misérables
  • Victor-Marie Hugo was one of France's most distinguished writers: a poet, dramatist and novelist of the romantic school of the 19th century. His most famous works in English are his two epic novels, The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1831) and Les Misérables (1862), both of which have been adapted many times for stage and screen. He was exiled in 1851 by Napoleon III, but returned to France in 1870 in triumph, and his final years marked by public veneration.

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     Sir William Crookes

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     <a href="Sir">http://encyclopedia.stateuniversity.com/pages/20746/Sir-William-Crookes.html">Sir William Crookes - Life, Legacy</a>

     

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