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Lie of the Month
You only live once.
The idea of souls living numerous lifetimes in different physical bodies has never been popular with those who seek to control and subjugate the populace via threats of eternal damnation and other fearsome denouements. And so, both Christian and Islamic priests and politicians have long sought to repress belief in reincarnation and promote, instead, the
lie that each of us only lives once.
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Article of the Month
How Scientific Proof of Survival Would Affect Society
“Would capital punishment end if we learned that the criminal survives, or would it become a more humane punishment for criminals? The possibilities and the unintended consequences of these simple modifications to science that would directly affect society are both earth-shaking and mind-boggling.”
Case of the Month
Evidence by the Book
Case #11: The control of a famous medium tells a researcher that
his deceased father has devised a test to show that
the medium is not just reading minds. The son is directed
to go to his bookshelf and select the fifth book from
the left and look at the third line from the top of
page 17. The selection perfectly answers a question
that was discussed at the sessions.
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Worth Repeating This Month
“Some seem to feel that a happy, even frisky and romantic attitude toward life, and a savoring of its material pleasures, preclude seriousness, work, sensibility, a viable aesthetic. In our book this position is untenable. It belongs with such other evidences of semantic dysfunction as the unreasoning suspicion that medicine can't be good for you if it doesn't taste bad." —
Hugh M. Hefner
"Psychic communication would seem to point to the inter-connectedness of all facets of our experiences, which is the most important of all conclusions." — Bishop James Pike
This Month's Recommended Reading
|These items are recommended as sources of valuable information and insights. We believe them to be largely accurate and
useful. Thy do not, however, necessarily represent the offical position or worldview of Rational Spiritism.|
The Profits of Religion — Upton Sinclair
An expose of the abuses of American religious institutions circa
1918. Although some refrences will be unfamiliar to contempory
audiences, Sinclair's revelations and warnings are even more
pertinent today. A Pulitzer Prize winning author of nearly 100
books and booklets, Sinclair was a dedicated crusader who had major impacts on
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The Afterlife Experiments: Breakthrough Scientific Evidence of Life After Death
— Gary Schwartz
Risking his academic reputation, Dr. Gary E. Schwartz asked well-known mediums to become part of a series of experiments to prove, or disprove, the existence of an afterlife. This riveting narrative, with electrifying transcripts, documents stringently monitored experiments in which mediums attempted to contact dead friends and relatives of "sitters" who were masked from view and never spoke, depriving the mediums of any cues.
Here are the results that awed sitters and researchers alike.
The Light of Other Days
—Arthur C. Clarke
A unique and most inventive tale of what happens when a brilliant
industrialist harnesses the cutting edge of quantum physics to enable
people everywhere, at trivial cost, to see one another at all times:
around every corner, through every wall, into everyone's most private,
hidden, and even intimate moments. It amounts to the sudden and
complete abolition of human privacy— forever. Then, as society reels,
the same technology proves able to look backwards in time as well.
Nothing can prepare us for what this means. It is a fundamental change
in the terms of the human condition.