New Study Group on The Spirits' Book

Tuesdays, 7:40 PM - Begins March 26, 2024

Portrait of Allan Kardec published in the magazine L'Illustration in 1869.
"The Spirits' Book," first published
by Allan Kardec in the 1857.

The Spirits' Book, published for the first time in 1857 by Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail using the pen name Allan Kardec, is a foundational text of the Spiritist movement. It presents a comprehensive framework for understanding the interactions between the spiritual and material worlds, based on a series of questions posed to spirits by Kardec and their responses. The book delves into profound questions concerning the nature of spirits, the afterlife, the laws of the universe, morality, and the influence of spirituality on human life. Kardec's work is considered a cornerstone in Spiritist philosophy, offering insights into the moral and ethical implications of spirit communication and the progression of souls through various stages of existence. Through its structured Q&A format, "The Spirits' Book" aims to rationalize the spiritual experiences and phenomena, offering explanations that align with scientific reasoning of the time, and it has played a significant role in the spread of Spiritism across the globe.

On March 26, 2024, we are excited to announce the opening of a new study group dedicated to exploring "The Spirits' Book." This study group will convene every Tuesday, immediately following the Tuesday Healing public meeting, approximately at 7:40 PM. These sessions aim to delve deep into the teachings and insights of "The Spirits' Book," offering participants a comprehensive understanding of its principles. Meetings are scheduled to conclude around 9 PM, providing ample time for discussion, reflection, and communal learning. This initiative presents a unique opportunity for both newcomers and seasoned practitioners to engage with the foundational texts of Spiritism in a supportive and enlightening environment.

We are pleased to offer the "The Spirits' Book" study group to our community free of charge, though we warmly welcome loving donations to support the society's activities. Participants are required to have their own copy of the book, with a preference for the English translation or the original French version. The duration of the study group typically ranges from 7 to 10 months, depending on the pace of each group. For those in need of a copy, the book can be purchased online; we have suggested links available for your convenience.

The Spirits' Book at FEB Publisher
Amazon - The Spirits' Book, Kindle Edition

We're thrilled to extend a joyful invitation to everyone interested in exploring the enlightening teachings of The Spirits' Book! We can't wait for you to join us. To make sure we save your spot, please click the "Hold My Spot" button on this web page and send us a message to express your interest. This simple step not only secures your place in our vibrant community but also allows us to welcome you personally. Don't miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding and connect with like-minded individuals. Let's embark on this spiritual adventure together!