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Spiritualism reached high interest during the mid-19th century, and continued for a number of decades, not only in America, but world-wide. Poets, philosophers, artists, politicians of the time, along with ordinary men and women, in surprising numbers, came to accept spirit communication as a comforting and fulfilling life experience. The early days of Spiritualism brought profound understanding of human destiny after death, and of the relationship between heaven and earth. Many historical figures considered themselves Spiritualist, including one of our greatest Presidents, Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln communicated with spirit on the Other Side through mediums and referred to spirit as "our friends from the upper country." It has often been said his writings and speeches were inspired by spirit, especially his Emancipation Proclamation. The veil between worlds continues to become thinner as communication with spirit increases. When spiritual understanding comes, life may take on new purpose. For many, the insight that love and consciousness survives the shedding of the physical body gives comfort and peace. What can be more beautiful and precious than that?
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About the Author
Linda Pendleton has written in a variety of genres: nonfiction, mystery novels, comic book scripting, and screenplays. As she often says, "My writing goes from flying angels to flying bullets!" Her life-long interest in metaphysics and the paranormal influences her writing. She coauthored nonfiction and fiction with her late husband, renowned author, Don Pendleton, including the popular nonfiction book, To Dance With Angels, and Whispers From the Soul.