This book is the foundation of Moses' beliefs on spiritualism. The intention behind the writing of this book is to explain the purpose of spiritualism, the most likely pitfalls of spirit... More > communication, the different kinds of spiritualism, the differences with theosophy and the purpose of spiritualism as a belief system in modern society.< Less
"The following pages are concerned with what has been variously called Independent, Direct, or Spirit Writing. I have ventured to call it PSYCHOGRAPHY, a term intelligible in itself, moulded on... More > already existing words, and expressive of what clumsy periphrases have hitherto vaguely conveyed. My object has been to present within convenient space a record of facts bearing on one form only of Psychic Phenomena. To this end I have cut out from the quoted records all that bore upon other phenomena not now under consideration" WIlliam Stainton Moses, Psychography< Less
ome of he topics discussed in this masterpiece of spiritualist literature are: Divergent results of investigators The higher phenomena are not susceptible of demonstration by the scientific method... More > The gates being ajar, a motley crowd enters in We supply the material out of which this it composed No necessity to have recourse to the diabolic element Neglect of conditions proper for the investigation Agencies other than those of the departed Sub-human spirits—the liberated spirit of the Psychic THE INTELLIGENT OPERATOR AT THE OTHER END OF THE LINE. Scope of the inquiry The nature of the Intelligence What is the Intelligence? Difficulties in the way of accepting the story told by the Intelligent Operator Assumption of great names Absence of precise statement Contradictory and absurd messages
Conditions under which good evidence is obtained
Value of corroborative testimony< Less
In 1883 Spirit Teachings was written and directed through the mediumship of Rev.Stainton Moses. This manuscript, the first of two volumes, and transmitted entirely through automatic writing, is one... More > of the most important books in spiritualism today.
In this unique and authentic work, Imperator Servus Dei, William Stainton Moses'spirit guide, provides the religious, philosophical and ethical implications of the new philosophy of spiritualism.< Less