The Spirits’ Book – Book 3 – Chapter 2 – The Law of Adoration – Questions 649-673

The Spirits’ Book was codified by Allan Kardec in the 1850’s. Spirits have suggested that I narrate this book. I will load each section onto my YouTube and BitChute Channels, and when I finish recording all 1019 questions, I will compile them into one audio book.

The one must read book in the series of book about Spiritism

The Spirits Book

Allan Kardec reveals the spirit realm to us. Subsequent Spiritist mediums have pulled back the curtain even further. High spirits tell us that we are on earth to learn and to improve ourselves. This isn’t done in one lifetime but over the course of multiple lives. We are essentially young immature spirits who are traveling through pre-planned trials and tribulations to replace our primitive emotions with advanced feelings – Love, Charity, Fraternity, and Honesty.

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If you don’t see the audio book on the top right-hand navigation bar, you can also go to the page where I will update and list all of my audio books – https://nwspiritism.com/spiritist-knowledge/spiritism-on-audio/

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