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Death And The Afterlife. ISBN-13: 978-1425372316.
Death and the Afterlife book. Andrew Jackson Davis. First published in 1865, Death and the Afterlife contains eight evening lectures given by Davis
Death and the Afterlife book. First published in 1865, Death and the Afterlife contains eight evening lectures given by Davis. He begins with the phenomenon of death and goes on to describe the conditions of life and society in the Summerland (also called the Spirit-land) and its seven planes.
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Andrew Jackson Davis (August 11, 1826 – January 13, 1910) was an American Spiritualist, born in Blooming Grove, New York. He had little education. In 1843 he heard lectures in Poughkeepsie on animal magnetism, the precursor of hypnotism, and came to perceive himself as having remarkable clairvoyant powers. He described himself as "the Poughkeepsie Seer".
Death and the after-life. by. Davis, Andrew Jackson, 1826-1910.
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Read in our apps: iOS. · Android. This reader is a condensed summation of some of the great themes taken from two of his books – ‘Answers to ever recurring questions’ and ‘The Harmonial Philosophy’. Andrew Jackson Davis : The Summerland Reader.
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Davis first tapped into clairvoyance after being "mesmerized" and his first book Principles of Nature was published when he was only 21 in 1847. DeSalvo presented Davis's views about death and the afterlife. It featured some of his scientific and medical predictions, which DeSalvo declared to be more accurate than seers such as Nostradamus and Edgar Cayce. Presaging the spiritualist movement, Davis predicted that contact with the spirit world would lead to a new era of communication. When people pass on, he described a spiritual cord (similar to an umbilical cord) which conducts their essence into another realm.
Andrew Jackson Davis. Andrew Jackson Davis, in 1847. Regarding Davis' book The Principles of Nature, Joseph McCabe has noted "There is no need to examine the book seriously Moreover, Davis was a palpable cheat. He maintained that up to that date he had read only one book in his life, and that book was a novel. We know from his admirers that this was not true, and any person can recognize in his pages a very crude and badly digested mess of early scientific literature.