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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

(1859–1930)

Doyal was most noted for the fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes. As early as 1886, he became interested in Spiritualism. Doyle joined the British Society for Psychical Research in 1893 where the existence of telepathy was proved. As late as 1902, still was not convinced of survival of life after death.  Doyal published over 60 books, which a third were on Spiritualism.


Noted writing: History of Spiritualism. 

 

History of Spiritualism

 

Pioneers are an important part of our history. While the availability of some of the printed materials are rare, the information is important in understanding Spiritualism today. Spiritualism is a a religion based on the continuation of life and proving the phenomena that support the religion. Many pioneers paved the way for today's Spiritualists. 

Many of the writings are used today in the instruction for credentialed workers, including Ordained Spiritualist Ministers. To learn more about how you can become a credentialed Spiritualist worker (Commissioned Healer, Certified Medium, Licentiate Minister, National Spiritualist Teacher and/or Ordained Minister, go to http://www.morrispratt.org. Morris Pratt Institute has been a part of the NSAC's education for almost 100 years.