What is reincarnation and why must we be reborn?

Life and Destiny by Leon Denis in PDF

288px-Léon_denis_1870A member of our Spiritist Facebook group, Spiritism and the Spirit World Around Us, (please join!) pointed us to where there is one of Leon Denis’s books in PDF format.

First a little bit about Leon Denis, straight from Wikipedia:

Léon Denis (January 1, 1846 – March 12, 1927) was a notable spiritist philosopher,[1] and with Gabriel Delanne and Camille Flammarion, one of the principal exponents of spiritism after the death of Allan Kardec. He lectured throughout Europe at international conferences of spiritism and spiritualism, promoting the idea of survival of the soul after death and the implications of this for human relations. He is known as the apostle of French spiritism.

Also, if you read the book, Memoirs of a Suicide, by Yvonne A. Pereira,  you will read in the preface that the spirit of Leon Denis assisted her in organizing the book. The book was published in 1955 and Denis died in 1927. Hence, once more proving that if you are a Spiritist, after you die, you are put to work right away!

lifeandDestinyHere is the link to the PDF: denis-life-and-destiny



The Spiritist Case for Reincarnation

reincarnation10Many religions believe in reincarnation, but why does Spiritism believe in it? Spiritism considers the early Christians also professed knowledge about our souls reincarnating, but this belief dissipated over the centuries after Christ. Spiritism renews the teachings of Christ and supplements them with the revelations promised to us. Read More.

YouTube – Keeping the Same Gender over Multiple Lives

Keeping the Same Gender over Multiple Lives. As we travel through life after life, we are supposed to learn to respect and love the opposite sex. We begin to understand the passive and aggressive forms of each – male and female. Sometimes, either as a valuable experience or via a required trial brought upon us by past actions, we come back to the physical world in the gender that we are not accustomed to. Click here to watch my YouTube video.

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Is Punishment Eternal? – Not According to Spiritism

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

The Spirits Book

Many people raised in a religious setting have childhood memories of hears of being sent to Hell forever for some transgression. Spiritism teaches us that when spirits are sent to the Lower Zone or to Purgatory it is for a purpose, to allow time for the wrongful spirit to see the logical conclusion of his or her behavior and determine that their character must be altered. Spirits only reside in the lower regions for as long as they desire to not change.

Allan Kardec, asked the question about how long is a spirit sent to the Lower Zones or below in The Spirits Book:

1008. Does the duration of a spirit’s punishment always depend on his own will, and is it never imposed on him for a given time?

“Yes; punishment may be imposed on him for a fixed time, but God, who wills only the good of His creatures, always welcomes his repentance, and the desire to amend never remains sterile.”

1009. According to that, the penalties imposed on spirits are never eternal?

“Interrogate your common sense, your reason, and ask yourself whether an eternal condemnation for a few moments of error would not be the negation of the goodness of God? What, in fact, is the duration of a human life, even though prolonged to a hundred years, in comparison with eternity? ETERNITY! Do you rightly comprehend the word? sufferings, tortures, without end, without hope, for a few faults! Does not your judgment reject such an idea? That the ancients should have seen, in the Master of the Universe, a terrible, jealous, vindictive God, is conceivable, for, in their ignorance, they attributed to the Divinity the passions of men; but such is not the God of the Christians, who places love, charity, pity, the forgetfulness of offences, in the foremost rank of virtues, and who could not lack the qualities which He has made it the duty of His creatures to possess. Is it not a contradiction to attribute to Him infinite love and infinite vengeance? You say that God’s justice is infinite, transcending the limited understanding of mankind; but justice does not exclude kindness, and God would not be kind if He condemned the greater number of His creatures to horrible and unending punishment. Could He make it obligatory on His children to be just, if His own action towards them did not give them the most perfect standard of justice? And is it not the very sublimity of justice and of kindness to make the duration of punishment to depend on the efforts of the guilty one to amend, and to mete out the appropriate recompense, both for good and for evil, ‘to each, according to his works’?”

The spirit of Saint Augustine answered the question about the possibility of eternal damnation. He categorically refutes it as beneath the dignity of a loving God.

Now turn the question around and think what would be St. Augustine answer if we asked if a person who never did any great wrong, but was never overly kind or spiritual, and was still tied to material goods even as they passed from their physical life, would they be denied admission to heaven forever?

Saint Augustine would refute that supposition also, stating that God would judge a person on just one life. Such an act would again be contrary to a loving God. Hence, if one doesn’t believe in eternal punishment, then one BookCover-Reincarnationshould think the corollary is the need for reincarnation to be able to ascend one day to the levels of heaven.

Learn more about reincarnation and how the spirit world guides us and works with us to plan out our next life in my book The Case for Reincarnation – Your Path to Perfection.


Heredity and Reincarnation – How does our Parents affect our Physical Body?

We all start out with the base of the combined genes of our parents. But spirits tell us that there are other factors at work in the creation of our intended body that we shall use for our life here on earth.

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Love and Wisdom in Balance in the Spirit World

sexualattractionThe universe is driven by love, but for love to have purpose and direction wisdom is required. To attain wisdom, one must have experience, knowledge, compassion, and harmony within yourself.

The Reverend Owen’s mother, who communicated to him in his book, which is a collection of four of his books, Life Beyond the Veil, in The Lowlands of Heaven section, talks about the synergy of love and wisdom, and its importance in the spirit realm. She tells us:  Read More.

YouTube – The Early Christian Church – What did they Believe? Reincarnation!

The Early Christian Church – What did they Believe? Reincarnation! The Christians, who had not yet been organized into a rigid power structure, believed in communications with spirits and the continuation of life after death, and then life again, all for the purpose of making each one of us a perfect spirit. Click here to watch my YouTube video.

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Socrates – Preparing the Way for Christianity and Spiritism


Socratesv1More that 400 years before Christ, there was a man in the cradle of Western Civilization that was preaching the doctrine of Christ and Spiritism. It was Socrates in Athens.

Allan Kardec in the book, The Gospel According to Spiritism, lays out the philosophy of Socrates as recorded by Plato. The basic doctrine of Socrates is very similar to what Jesus preached and Spiritism codified. Which should not be surprising, since all had their headwaters in the same place; the spirit world. Read More.

Spiritual Contracts – How we are prepared for the next life

HappyDays-screenshotA message from the Spirit Honório dives deeper into what we go through before reincarnating and tells us to carefully examine ourselves for clues for what areas of our lives we need to improve. I found it to be almost directly speaking to me concerning my past failures. Read More.

What Happens When a Child Dies?

guardian-23Most Spiritist believe that when a child dies, the spirit returns to an adult form, so they may start over. In some of the books by Andre Luiz, there are mentions of places where spirits care for children. One would think this would be a rare occurrence, after all newly formed spirits are first reincarnated upon primitive worlds. There is an explanation to this mystery in the book <em>Between Heaven and Earth</em>, by Francisco C. Xavier, inspired by the spirit Andre Luiz. Andre Luiz is talking to his companions when they are visiting a center for spirit children and as usual, Andre is curious about such centers, he records the following conversation; Read More.

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