1. Hello there Emma,
    Thank you for this distinction between Spiritualism and Spiritism. I could call myself a Spiritualist and a Spiritist, and I could call myself a Christian and a Taoist. In my opinion, these are all different names for the same thing. Each of us is a spirit in a physical body, and the spirit world influences every one of us for good or for ill. How we consciously acknowledge and interact with it is how we name it. As a practitioner, I have Spiritists and Spiritualists come to me for help and Christians, Moslems, Hindus, Jews, agnostics, and atheists. They all ask for the same thing, to be relieved of the dark forces that persecute them. It makes no difference what language or culture, or religion the client is from. The name I use for my work is simply ‘Spirit Release’. I am searching for a scientific institution willing to test the method, irrespective of the name I use for it, under controlled clinical conditions. I hosted as master of ceremonies the most recent Spiritist conference in the UK, and I am still unable to find such an institution. You can help me, my Dear Emma, by putting me in touch with such an institution, for which I will be eternally grateful.
    With much affection

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