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What is Spiritism?


Spiritism or Spiritist Doctrine is the name given by Allan Kardec to the Doctrine of the Spirits contained in the works of the Codification. Adherents of the Spiritist Doctrine are called Spiritists. Spiritism has its foundation in three equally important aspects:

Philosophy     Science     Religion

Spiritism studies the relationship and interaction between the world of spirits and the material world. It is a philosophical and scientific doctrine with moral (religious) effects without being an organized religion, for it has no services, no rituals, no temples, nor clergy. Spiritists consider Jesus to be a guide and role model and strive to follow His teachings as a basis for a more ethical way of life.

Spiritism recognizes the validity of and holds great respect for all doctrines, religions, and beliefs. Because of its universal character, it can be studied, analyzed, and practiced by anyone, anywhere. The Spiritist Doctrine has a strong educational appeal, and invites those interested to study and submit its teachings to the test of reason before accepting anything.

Bezerra de Menezes Spiritist Society is a fraternal group dedicated to the study, education and practice of The Spiritist Doctrine.