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A MUST HAVE BOOK! The Spirits' Book by Allan Kardec

Updated: Dec 21, 2019

🕰👨‍🏫👁👉🏻 A MUST HAVE BOOK! The Spirits' Book by Allan Kardec 👈🏻👁👨‍🏫💼 Audra Loibl, Psychic Medium and Intuitive Coach and Mentor,

A MUST HAVE BOOK! I have to tell you, I'm like a sponge when it comes to learning about the spirit world, quantum physics, and all that they entail. Reading people and spirits is just the surface of what I do, but it's what happens behind the scenes that gets me truly excited, and learning things that aren't so easily seen or known. I love digging deeper, because knowledge truly is power, and brings on a whole new understanding when it comes to the when, where, why and how of it all. It's this insatiable curiosity that leads me to question everything and ultimately being an Intuitive Coach, so that I can share what I've learned from my guides and research. I could literally talk about this stuff 24/7 if I could. I recently saw a show on Netflix named "Kardec". The description of the show said "In 19th-century France, professor Leon Rivall attends a séance and is moved to found spiritism, putting him in the authorities' sights." As you could imagine, this got my attention, so I hit the Play button and didn't move an inch until it ended an hour and a half later. It's a true story, which made the show even more exciting and inspiring. You can see the Official Trailer here: Allan Kardec is the pen name of the French educator, Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail (his real name). He's the author of five books known as the Spiritist Codification, and is the founder of Spiritism. He found out while researching mediumship that Allan Kardec was his name in a previous life, so he adopted that name as the author of his books to ensure that his research would stand on its own merit, and not on his academic credibility -and- to establish that the ideas and concepts contained in his books were the work of the spirits he was communicating with and not of himself. What a brilliant idea! He was originally a skeptic (like most people), having a scientific mind that always needed proof and explanations with everything. One day, he was introduced to two young girls that were Mediums, that auto-wrote information coming in from the spirit world with things that know one else knew. This caught his attention as it happened every time that he sat with them. He finally became a believer in the spirit world because he continually received information and guidance from spirits and higher beings that were proving to be true, and also learned that life isn't over when our physical bodies have perished; that our soul lives on as energy and in a living capacity well beyond what we can see. Trust me, that was a mind-blowing concept back in 1856. As his curiosity grew, he began his research by sitting down with several Mediums and asked a plethora of questions, digging deep into who and what God is, the general elements of the Universe, creation of all things, the vital principles (life and death, organic and inorganic beings, intelligence and instinct), the spirit world and existence of spirits, the incarnation of spirits/reincarnation, soul families, what spirits do in the upper planes, the emancipation of the soul, moral and divine laws, and so much more. His research lead him to write "Le Livre Des Esprits", in Paris back in 1857. The entire book is filled with Q&A that was channeled from the spirit world that lead to the foundation of mediumship, spirits, higher beings, etc. It's an amazing read! Since the book was originally published in French, there were several books that tried to translate his writings in English, but failed to the extent that the editions were misinterpreting his original message until now. I urge everyone to buy this book! But get the one that I have pictured below, because it's the most accurate translation there is on the market. A link to purchase the book on amazon is below. 👉🏻 THE SPIRITS' BOOK ISBN-13: 978-1950030002 ISBN-10: 1950030008 AMAZON: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 👉🏻 The 5 books that he wrote that comprise the Spiritist Codification are: The Spirits’ Book (1857) The Mediums’ Book (1861) The Gospel According to Spiritism (1864) Heaven and Hell (1865) Genesis – Miracles and Predictions According to Spiritism (1868). • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 💙🙏🏻💙 If you're interested in having Intuitive Mentoring to become a Spiritual Medium, please visit my website.

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