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The Enigma of Alice

There have been very few books in the history of literature that have sparked as much interest and controversy as Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Alice through the Looking Glass”.  Modern minds have looked for conspiracy theories and inappropriate behaviour in the books and in Lewis Carroll himself.  Let’s look into this and… Keep Reading

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New Discoveries about Emma Hardinge Britten (1823-1899)

Visitors to the Arthur Findlay College at Stansted Hall may find themselves in the Britten Museum or the Britten Library, and they may wonder who this was. Most Spiritualists can reply that Emma was a pioneer medium, who received from spirit the Seven Principles, which form the legal basis of the Spiritualists National Union. Paul… Keep Reading

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Give Peace a Chance -Haight-Ashbury and the Summer of Love

“Come on people now, Smile on your brother, Everybody get together, Try to love one another, Right now.”  The chorus to the song “Get Together” by the Youngbloods, released in 1967, exemplified the aspirations of the youth of that time, disillusioned by what they considered the ‘warmongering’ older generation.  The injustice of the Vietnam war caused many to rise up… Keep Reading

Lucifer and Madam Blavatsky

Madam Helena Blavatsky, one of the founders of the Theosophical Society, launched a new magazine for Theosophy members and she named it ‘Lucifer’. To her the name Lucifer meant; the light bringer. The first issue was in September 1887 and one of her leading articles was to explain why she had titled the magazine with… Keep Reading

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