"To be born, to die, to be reborn yet again, and
constantly progress, that is the Law."


What Spiritism is:
• “Spiritism is a science which deals with the nature, origin and destiny of Spirits, as well as their relationship with the corporeal world." It is a philosophical doctrine with moral consequences and not a religion in the common sense of the word and its present negative connotation associated to it.

• It is the set of principles, as revealed by the Superior(Highly evolved) Spirits, contained in Allan Kardec’s works, which constitute the Spiritist Fundamentals: The Spirits’ Book, The Mediums’ Book, The Gospel Explained by Spiritism, Heaven and Hell, and The Genesis. Allan Kardec (Taken from Qu’est-ce que le Spiritisme? - Préambule) Translated from the original French

What it reveals
• It reveals more profound concepts with respect to God, the Universe, the Human Being, the Spirits and the Laws which govern life itself.
• Furthermore, it reveals who we are; where we have come from; where we are going to; what is the objective of our existence; and what 
are the present and past causes of pain and suffering.

What it encompasses
• Spiritism contributes to all areas of knowledge, human activities and behavior, offering new perspectives for humankind.
• Spiritism is studied, analyzed, and practiced in all the fundamental aspects of life, such as scientific, philosophycal, religious, ethical, 
moral, educational, and social.

Its main principles are:


* God is the supreme intelligence and primary cause of all things. God is eternal, immutable, unique, omnipotent, supremely just and good. 

* The Universe is a creation of God. It encompasses all beings, whether they be rational or irrational, animate or inanimate, material or immaterial. 

* Beyond the physical world, which is the habitation of incarnate Spirits (Mankind), there exists the spiritual world which is the habitation of discarnate Spirits. 

* All the Laws of Nature are divine laws because God is their author. These Laws cover both the laws of physics and the moral laws. 

* Man is an incarnate Spirit in a material body. The perispirit is a semi-material body which unites the Spirit to the material body. 

* Spirits are the intelligent Beings of creation. They constitute the World of the Spirits, which pre-exists and survives everything. 

* All Spirits are created simple and ignorant. They gradually evolve intellectually and morally, so passing from an inferior order to more elevated levels, till they finally reach perfection where they will enjoy constant happiness. 

* All Spirits preserve their individuality, before, during and after each incarnation. 

* Spirits reincarnate as many times as becomes necessary in order to achieve their own perfection. 

* The different corporeal existences of the Spirit are always progressive and never regressive. The rapidity of their progress, both intellectually and morally, depends upon the degree of effort made towards betterment. 

* Spirits pertain to various orders, according to the degree of perfection they have attained at any one time: Pure Spirits, who have attained maximum perfection; Good Spirits, whose desire towards goodness predominates; Imperfect Spirits, who are characterized by ignorance, by their desires towards evil and by their inferior passions. 

* The relationship of Spirits with Man is constant and has always existed. The Good Spirits do their best to lead us towards goodness and uphold us during our trials, helping us to support them with courage and resignation. Whereas the Imperfect Spirits try to incite us towards evil. 

* Jesus is the guide and model for all Humanity. The Doctrine which he taught and exemplified is the most pure expression of God's Laws. 

* The morality of Christ, contained in the Bible, is the indisputable itinerary towards progress for all mankind, and its practice is the solution for all human problems. 

* Man has free-will so as to act, but must respond for the consequences of his actions. 

* The future life reserves penalties or compensations compatible and in accordance with Man's behavior while incarnate, as to whether or not God's Laws were respected. 

* Prayer is an act of adoration towards God. It is contained within Natural Law, being the result of an innate sentiment of Man, just as the idea of the existence of a Creator is also innate in Man. 

* Prayer helps Man to become better. Those who pray with fervour and confidence find themselves to be stronger against the temptations of evil, and God sends them Good Spirits to assist them. This is help that is never denied to those who ask with true sincerity. 

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